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Sep
23
2:00 PM14:00

Spoken Word Programme

  • Aliwal Arts Centre, Multi-Purpose Studio (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We are happy to present the Spoken Word Programme this year, a new edition to our range of Performing Arts Interest-Based Programmes.


Spoken Word is a poetry-based performance art that involves two components: 

1.      Writing - Participants will be exposed to a variety of poetry styles and templates, and craft pieces that reflect their personal thoughts and feelings

2.      Speaking - Participants will learn theatre and reading techniques to present their poems expressively, and with confidence

 

Registration currently open - For beneficiaries aged 10-16, max of 15 pax.

5 sessions total starting 16 Sep.

 

For class dates, examples, and to sign-up for beneficiaries, click this link: https://bit.ly/2LYjkPb

 

Selected participants will have the opportunity to read their pieces to a public audience at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov, or have their poems displayed/adapted into merchandise. 

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Sep
24
6:00 PM18:00

Digital Music Programme

Devised specifically for Club Rainbow by Thunder Rock School, this programme introduces participants to digital music applications through iPads - allowing users to play complex music with just a tap of a button. Targeted to beneficiaries who face physical restrictions towards learning traditional music instruments, the pilot Digital Music Programme employs the technology of iPads to enable these children to play a vast range of musical instruments with just simple finger movements.

Selected participants will eventually learn how to play musical parts that complement what the Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands are learning, and perform together as a unique, inclusive group at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's Opening Concert.


The programme consists of 3 parts:
1. Class learning sessions
2. Group rehearsals with Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands (Selected participants)
3. Final public performance at Dreamseeds Arts Fest opening (Selected participants)

 

For a maximum of 5 beneficiaries only.  Last slot still available.

Beneficiaries are to attend all sessions with at least 1 caregiver, who will then be able to guide them with home practice.

 

5 sessions total starting 24 Sep.

 

Depending on progress, selected participants will have the opportunity to perform together with participants of the Music Mentorship Programme at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov. 

iPads will be loaned to participants who do not own one. All necessary application purchase charges will be covered by CRS. If you require specific info on the loan contract, please contact Felicia @ 6377 1789. 

For class dates and to sign-up for beneficiaries, please visit this link: https://bit.ly/2OJWM2a 

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Sep
25
5:00 PM17:00

The Tapestry Installation with Fictive Fingers

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), CRS is collaborating with local design duo Fictive Fingers, who specialises in silkscreen printing and homemade crafts. In this 4-day workshop, beneficiaries are invited to design their own silkscreen prints on individual pieces of fabric to be put together into a 4m by 4m tapestry of patchwork. This programme will lead up to a large-scale feature installation at DSAF 2018.

Artist collaborations this year will adopt a more inclusive structure that directly involves beneficiaries in the installation creation process – allowing greater interaction and conversations between engaged artists and participating beneficiaries. Participants will be coached towards creating works that reflect the resulting installations’ aesthetics and concept, learn more about production considerations artists face for large-scale projects and have the opportunity to develop listening, critical thinking, writing skills, and visual communication skills.


THE TAPESTRY INSTALLATION BY FICTIVE FINGERS

WORKSHOP DATES:

17 September (Monday): 5 - 7 pm

18 September (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

25 September (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

9 October (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

Note: This is a progressive programme that leads to a final collaborative installation piece at DSAF 2018 - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all 4 sessions.

 

WORKSHOP VENUE:

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre, Level 1 Multi-Purpose Studio 1A and 1B

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 

 

AGE GROUP: 5 and above

NO. OF PARTICIPANTS: Maximum 40

Sign Up here: https://goo.gl/forms/Lm1vvXf3GxRHkdUp2

 

Only one caregiver per beneficiary is allowed to join.

 

For more information, please contact Annabel @ 6377 1789.

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Sep
27
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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Sep
30
2:00 PM14:00

Spoken Word Programme

  • Aliwal Arts Centre, Multi-Purpose Studio (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We are happy to present the Spoken Word Programme this year, a new edition to our range of Performing Arts Interest-Based Programmes.


Spoken Word is a poetry-based performance art that involves two components: 

1.      Writing - Participants will be exposed to a variety of poetry styles and templates, and craft pieces that reflect their personal thoughts and feelings

2.      Speaking - Participants will learn theatre and reading techniques to present their poems expressively, and with confidence

 

Registration currently open - For beneficiaries aged 10-16, max of 15 pax.

5 sessions total starting 16 Sep.

 

For class dates, examples, and to sign-up for beneficiaries, click this link: https://bit.ly/2LYjkPb

 

Selected participants will have the opportunity to read their pieces to a public audience at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov, or have their poems displayed/adapted into merchandise. 

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Oct
1
6:00 PM18:00

Digital Music Programme

Devised specifically for Club Rainbow by Thunder Rock School, this programme introduces participants to digital music applications through iPads - allowing users to play complex music with just a tap of a button. Targeted to beneficiaries who face physical restrictions towards learning traditional music instruments, the pilot Digital Music Programme employs the technology of iPads to enable these children to play a vast range of musical instruments with just simple finger movements.

Selected participants will eventually learn how to play musical parts that complement what the Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands are learning, and perform together as a unique, inclusive group at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's Opening Concert.


The programme consists of 3 parts:
1. Class learning sessions
2. Group rehearsals with Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands (Selected participants)
3. Final public performance at Dreamseeds Arts Fest opening (Selected participants)

 

For a maximum of 5 beneficiaries only.  Last slot still available.

Beneficiaries are to attend all sessions with at least 1 caregiver, who will then be able to guide them with home practice.

 

5 sessions total starting 24 Sep.

 

Depending on progress, selected participants will have the opportunity to perform together with participants of the Music Mentorship Programme at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov. 

iPads will be loaned to participants who do not own one. All necessary application purchase charges will be covered by CRS. If you require specific info on the loan contract, please contact Felicia @ 6377 1789. 

For class dates and to sign-up for beneficiaries, please visit this link: https://bit.ly/2OJWM2a 

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Oct
4
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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Oct
7
2:00 PM14:00

Spoken Word Programme

  • Aliwal Arts Centre, Multi-Purpose Studio (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We are happy to present the Spoken Word Programme this year, a new edition to our range of Performing Arts Interest-Based Programmes.


Spoken Word is a poetry-based performance art that involves two components: 

1.      Writing - Participants will be exposed to a variety of poetry styles and templates, and craft pieces that reflect their personal thoughts and feelings

2.      Speaking - Participants will learn theatre and reading techniques to present their poems expressively, and with confidence

 

Registration currently open - For beneficiaries aged 10-16, max of 15 pax.

5 sessions total starting 16 Sep.

 

For class dates, examples, and to sign-up for beneficiaries, click this link: https://bit.ly/2LYjkPb

 

Selected participants will have the opportunity to read their pieces to a public audience at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov, or have their poems displayed/adapted into merchandise. 

View Event →
Oct
8
6:00 PM18:00

Digital Music Programme

Devised specifically for Club Rainbow by Thunder Rock School, this programme introduces participants to digital music applications through iPads - allowing users to play complex music with just a tap of a button. Targeted to beneficiaries who face physical restrictions towards learning traditional music instruments, the pilot Digital Music Programme employs the technology of iPads to enable these children to play a vast range of musical instruments with just simple finger movements.

Selected participants will eventually learn how to play musical parts that complement what the Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands are learning, and perform together as a unique, inclusive group at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's Opening Concert.


The programme consists of 3 parts:
1. Class learning sessions
2. Group rehearsals with Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands (Selected participants)
3. Final public performance at Dreamseeds Arts Fest opening (Selected participants)

 

For a maximum of 5 beneficiaries only.  Last slot still available.

Beneficiaries are to attend all sessions with at least 1 caregiver, who will then be able to guide them with home practice.

 

5 sessions total starting 24 Sep.

 

Depending on progress, selected participants will have the opportunity to perform together with participants of the Music Mentorship Programme at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov. 

iPads will be loaned to participants who do not own one. All necessary application purchase charges will be covered by CRS. If you require specific info on the loan contract, please contact Felicia @ 6377 1789. 

For class dates and to sign-up for beneficiaries, please visit this link: https://bit.ly/2OJWM2a 

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Oct
9
5:00 PM17:00

The Tapestry Installation with Fictive Fingers

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), CRS is collaborating with local design duo Fictive Fingers, who specialises in silkscreen printing and homemade crafts. In this 4-day workshop, beneficiaries are invited to design their own silkscreen prints on individual pieces of fabric to be put together into a 4m by 4m tapestry of patchwork. This programme will lead up to a large-scale feature installation at DSAF 2018.

Artist collaborations this year will adopt a more inclusive structure that directly involves beneficiaries in the installation creation process – allowing greater interaction and conversations between engaged artists and participating beneficiaries. Participants will be coached towards creating works that reflect the resulting installations’ aesthetics and concept, learn more about production considerations artists face for large-scale projects and have the opportunity to develop listening, critical thinking, writing skills, and visual communication skills.


THE TAPESTRY INSTALLATION BY FICTIVE FINGERS

WORKSHOP DATES:

17 September (Monday): 5 - 7 pm

18 September (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

25 September (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

9 October (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

Note: This is a progressive programme that leads to a final collaborative installation piece at DSAF 2018 - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all 4 sessions.

 

WORKSHOP VENUE:

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre, Level 1 Multi-Purpose Studio 1A and 1B

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 

 

AGE GROUP: 5 and above

NO. OF PARTICIPANTS: Maximum 40

Sign Up here: https://goo.gl/forms/Lm1vvXf3GxRHkdUp2

 

Only one caregiver per beneficiary is allowed to join.

 

For more information, please contact Annabel @ 6377 1789.

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Oct
11
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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Oct
15
6:00 PM18:00

Digital Music Programme

Devised specifically for Club Rainbow by Thunder Rock School, this programme introduces participants to digital music applications through iPads - allowing users to play complex music with just a tap of a button. Targeted to beneficiaries who face physical restrictions towards learning traditional music instruments, the pilot Digital Music Programme employs the technology of iPads to enable these children to play a vast range of musical instruments with just simple finger movements.

Selected participants will eventually learn how to play musical parts that complement what the Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands are learning, and perform together as a unique, inclusive group at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's Opening Concert.


The programme consists of 3 parts:
1. Class learning sessions
2. Group rehearsals with Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands (Selected participants)
3. Final public performance at Dreamseeds Arts Fest opening (Selected participants)

 

For a maximum of 5 beneficiaries only.  Last slot still available.

Beneficiaries are to attend all sessions with at least 1 caregiver, who will then be able to guide them with home practice.

 

5 sessions total starting 24 Sep.

 

Depending on progress, selected participants will have the opportunity to perform together with participants of the Music Mentorship Programme at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov. 

iPads will be loaned to participants who do not own one. All necessary application purchase charges will be covered by CRS. If you require specific info on the loan contract, please contact Felicia @ 6377 1789. 

For class dates and to sign-up for beneficiaries, please visit this link: https://bit.ly/2OJWM2a 

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Oct
18
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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Oct
22
6:00 PM18:00

Digital Music Programme

Devised specifically for Club Rainbow by Thunder Rock School, this programme introduces participants to digital music applications through iPads - allowing users to play complex music with just a tap of a button. Targeted to beneficiaries who face physical restrictions towards learning traditional music instruments, the pilot Digital Music Programme employs the technology of iPads to enable these children to play a vast range of musical instruments with just simple finger movements.

Selected participants will eventually learn how to play musical parts that complement what the Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands are learning, and perform together as a unique, inclusive group at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's Opening Concert.


The programme consists of 3 parts:
1. Class learning sessions
2. Group rehearsals with Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands (Selected participants)
3. Final public performance at Dreamseeds Arts Fest opening (Selected participants)

 

For a maximum of 5 beneficiaries only.  Last slot still available.

Beneficiaries are to attend all sessions with at least 1 caregiver, who will then be able to guide them with home practice.

 

5 sessions total starting 24 Sep.

 

Depending on progress, selected participants will have the opportunity to perform together with participants of the Music Mentorship Programme at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov. 

iPads will be loaned to participants who do not own one. All necessary application purchase charges will be covered by CRS. If you require specific info on the loan contract, please contact Felicia @ 6377 1789. 

For class dates and to sign-up for beneficiaries, please visit this link: https://bit.ly/2OJWM2a 

View Event →
Nov
11
2:00 PM14:00

Spoken Word Programme

  • Aliwal Arts Centre, Multi-Purpose Studio (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We are happy to present the Spoken Word Programme this year, a new edition to our range of Performing Arts Interest-Based Programmes.


Spoken Word is a poetry-based performance art that involves two components: 

1.      Writing - Participants will be exposed to a variety of poetry styles and templates, and craft pieces that reflect their personal thoughts and feelings

2.      Speaking - Participants will learn theatre and reading techniques to present their poems expressively, and with confidence

 

Registration currently open - For beneficiaries aged 10-16, max of 15 pax.

5 sessions total starting 16 Sep.

 

For class dates, examples, and to sign-up for beneficiaries, click this link: https://bit.ly/2LYjkPb

 

Selected participants will have the opportunity to read their pieces to a public audience at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov, or have their poems displayed/adapted into merchandise. 

View Event →

Sep
20
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

View Event →
Sep
18
5:00 PM17:00

The Tapestry Installation with Fictive Fingers

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), CRS is collaborating with local design duo Fictive Fingers, who specialises in silkscreen printing and homemade crafts. In this 4-day workshop, beneficiaries are invited to design their own silkscreen prints on individual pieces of fabric to be put together into a 4m by 4m tapestry of patchwork. This programme will lead up to a large-scale feature installation at DSAF 2018.

Artist collaborations this year will adopt a more inclusive structure that directly involves beneficiaries in the installation creation process – allowing greater interaction and conversations between engaged artists and participating beneficiaries. Participants will be coached towards creating works that reflect the resulting installations’ aesthetics and concept, learn more about production considerations artists face for large-scale projects and have the opportunity to develop listening, critical thinking, writing skills, and visual communication skills.


THE TAPESTRY INSTALLATION BY FICTIVE FINGERS

WORKSHOP DATES:

17 September (Monday): 5 - 7 pm

18 September (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

25 September (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

9 October (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

Note: This is a progressive programme that leads to a final collaborative installation piece at DSAF 2018 - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all 4 sessions.

 

WORKSHOP VENUE:

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre, Level 1 Multi-Purpose Studio 1A and 1B

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 

 

AGE GROUP: 5 and above

NO. OF PARTICIPANTS: Maximum 40

Sign Up here: https://goo.gl/forms/Lm1vvXf3GxRHkdUp2

 

Only one caregiver per beneficiary is allowed to join.

 

For more information, please contact Annabel @ 6377 1789.

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Sep
17
5:00 PM17:00

The Tapestry Installation with Fictive Fingers

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), CRS is collaborating with local design duo Fictive Fingers, who specialises in silkscreen printing and homemade crafts. In this 4-day workshop, beneficiaries are invited to design their own silkscreen prints on individual pieces of fabric to be put together into a 4m by 4m tapestry of patchwork. This programme will lead up to a large-scale feature installation at DSAF 2018.

Artist collaborations this year will adopt a more inclusive structure that directly involves beneficiaries in the installation creation process – allowing greater interaction and conversations between engaged artists and participating beneficiaries. Participants will be coached towards creating works that reflect the resulting installations’ aesthetics and concept, learn more about production considerations artists face for large-scale projects and have the opportunity to develop listening, critical thinking, writing skills, and visual communication skills.


THE TAPESTRY INSTALLATION BY FICTIVE FINGERS

WORKSHOP DATES:

17 September (Monday): 5 - 7 pm

18 September (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

25 September (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

9 October (Tuesday): 5 - 7pm

Note: This is a progressive programme that leads to a final collaborative installation piece at DSAF 2018 - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all 4 sessions.

 

WORKSHOP VENUE:

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre, Level 1 Multi-Purpose Studio 1A and 1B

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 

 

AGE GROUP: 5 and above

NO. OF PARTICIPANTS: Maximum 40

Sign Up here: https://goo.gl/forms/Lm1vvXf3GxRHkdUp2

 

Only one caregiver per beneficiary is allowed to join.

 

For more information, please contact Annabel @ 6377 1789.

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Sep
16
2:00 PM14:00

Spoken Word Programme

  • Aliwal Arts Centre, Mutli-Purpose Studio (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We are happy to present the Spoken Word Programme this year, a new edition to our range of Performing Arts Interest-Based Programmes.


Spoken Word is a poetry-based performance art that involves two components: 

1.      Writing - Participants will be exposed to a variety of poetry styles and templates, and craft pieces that reflect their personal thoughts and feelings

2.      Speaking - Participants will learn theatre and reading techniques to present their poems expressively, and with confidence

 

Registration currently open - For beneficiaries aged 10-16, max of 15 pax.

5 sessions total starting 16 Sep.

 

For class dates, examples, and to sign-up for beneficiaries, click this link: https://bit.ly/2LYjkPb

 

Selected participants will have the opportunity to read their pieces to a public audience at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov, or have their poems displayed/adapted into merchandise. 

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Sep
13
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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Sep
6
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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Sep
3
2:00 PM14:00

Collaborative Storytelling Illustration Programme and Illustration by Darel Seow

Be part of a collaborative large-scale feature installation at Dreamseeds Arts Festival 2018 with local illustrator Darel Seow. Beneficiaries are invited to join Darel for a 4-day workshop programme to create their own unique marine creature inspired by their identities, interests and challenges, and then craft a short picture book and develop a narrative for their characters.

Artist collaborations this year will adopt a more inclusive structure that directly involves beneficiaries in the installation creation process – allowing greater interaction and conversations between engaged artists and participating beneficiaries. Participants will be coached towards creating works that reflect the resulting installations’ aesthetics and concept, learn more about production considerations artists face for large-scale projects, and have the opportunity to develop listening, critical thinking, writing skills, and visual communication skills.


WORKSHOP DATES:
15 August (Wednesday): 5 - 7pm
24 August (Friday): 5 - 7pm
2 September (Sunday): 2 - 4pm
3 September (Monday): 2 - 4pm

*This is a progressive programme that leads to a final collaborative installation piece at DSAF 2018 - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all 4 sessions.*

 

WORKSHOP VENUE:

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre, Level 1 Music Studio

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 

 

AGE GROUP: 

10 to 15 years old

NO. OF PARTICIPANTS: 

20 pax max

 

Sign Up opens 30 July, 5pm: https://goo.gl/forms/p4efKoW34v5B8WXH2

(Please note that the registration form is titled Marine Characters Collaborative Installation)

Only one caregiver per beneficiary is allowed to join.

 

For more information, please kindly contact Annabel at 6377 1789

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Aug
31
6:00 PM18:00

Ukulele Programme

Learn how to play the Ukulele and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

For children aged 10 and above, this programme will introduce participants to playing techniques, chords, and strumming rhythm. As part of the programme, all participants will get to showcase what they've learnt at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov.

This is a progressive class that leads to a final public performance - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all sessions.

Fridays, 6PM-7PM

8 classes total:

31 Aug

7, 14, 21, 28 Sep

5, 12, 19 Oct

Performance date:

Sat, 17 Nov 2018

To sign up for benes: https://bit.ly/2HGlxHS 

For enquiries, please contact Felicia at 6377 1789.          

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Aug
31
4:30 PM16:30

Singing Programme

Learn how to sing in a group and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

For children aged 6-15, this programme will introduce participants to singing techniques, pitch, rhythm, breath, and voice projection. As part of the programme, all participants will get to showcase what they've learnt at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov.

This is a progressive class that leads to a final public performance - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all sessions.


Fridays, 4.30PM-5.30PM

8 classes total:

31 Aug

7, 14, 21, 28 Sep

5, 12, 19 Oct

 

Performance date:

Sat, 17 Nov 2018

 

To sign up for beneficiaries: https://bit.ly/2sP31Z9 

For more information, please kindly contact Felicia at 6377 1789.

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Aug
30
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

 

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Aug
29
5:00 PM17:00

Cajon Advanced Programme

  • BEAT'ABOX Group;*SCAPE, #03-07;2 Orchard Link, S237978 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

ONLY FOR BENEFICIARIES WHO HAVE GONE THROUGH CAJON BEGINNERS PROGRAMME.

Take your Cajon-playing to the next level - learn new techniques, more complicated beat patterns, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival!

This is a progressive class that leads to a final public performance - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all sessions.

Total 11 classes on Wednesdays, 5PM-6PM

Participants of this programme can qualify for Club Rainbow's Talent Development Fund under Cajon.

More info here: https://goo.gl/forms/if3vle7Lgsv1A8ze2  

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Aug
29
4:00 PM16:00

Cajon Beginners Programme

  • BEAT'ABOX Group;*SCAPE, #03-07;2 Orchard Link, S237978 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Learn to play the Cajon and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival!

A type of hand drum, the Cajon is not only easy to learn, but also full of energy.

For children 8 and above, this programme will introduce participants foundational techniques, beat patterns, and rhythm. All participants will get to showcase what they've learnt at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov.

This is a progressive class that leads to a final public performance - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all sessions.

Total 11 classes, Wednesdays 4PM-5PM.

 For more info and to sign up for benes: https://bit.ly/2ysRWlQ 

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Aug
25
1:30 PM13:30

Pet Illustrations with Paintinks By Melt

NOTE: This programme is only open to beneficiaries with moderate to high-functioning ASD. Priority will be given to these beneficiaries.

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), Melissa Tan of Paintinks By Melt will be conducting a small session teaching beneficiaries basic shape doodles to create animals and pets. Melissa is an illustrator and full-time behavourial therapist for children for autism, and have conducted art programmes for underprivileged children as well. Selected artworks will be displayed at the DSAF 2018 exhibition, and outstanding artworks will be turned into merchandise for sale at the Arts Market.


Date: 25 August 2018, Saturday

Time: 1.30pm to 3.00pm

Duration: 1.5 hours

Age group: 7 to 15 years old

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre Level 1, Multipurpose Studios 1B

No. of Participants: maximum 8 pax

Only one caregiver per beneficiary is allowed to join.

Online registration via this link - https://goo.gl/forms/O92Vpq3PcrY6g6an1

 

For more information, please contact Annabel at 6377 1789.

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Aug
24
5:00 PM17:00

Collaborative Storytelling Illustration Programme and Illustration by Darel Seow

Be part of a collaborative large-scale feature installation at Dreamseeds Arts Festival 2018 with local illustrator Darel Seow. Beneficiaries are invited to join Darel for a 4-day workshop programme to create their own unique marine creature inspired by their identities, interests and challenges, and then craft a short picture book and develop a narrative for their characters.

Artist collaborations this year will adopt a more inclusive structure that directly involves beneficiaries in the installation creation process – allowing greater interaction and conversations between engaged artists and participating beneficiaries. Participants will be coached towards creating works that reflect the resulting installations’ aesthetics and concept, learn more about production considerations artists face for large-scale projects, and have the opportunity to develop listening, critical thinking, writing skills, and visual communication skills.


WORKSHOP DATES:
15 August (Wednesday): 5 - 7pm
24 August (Friday): 5 - 7pm
2 September (Sunday): 2 - 4pm
3 September (Monday): 2 - 4pm

*This is a progressive programme that leads to a final collaborative installation piece at DSAF 2018 - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all 4 sessions.*

 

WORKSHOP VENUE:

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre, Level 1 Music Studio

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 

 

AGE GROUP: 

10 to 15 years old

NO. OF PARTICIPANTS: 

20 pax max

 

Sign Up opens 30 July, 5pm: https://goo.gl/forms/p4efKoW34v5B8WXH2

(Please note that the registration form is titled Marine Characters Collaborative Installation)

Only one caregiver per beneficiary is allowed to join.

 

For more information, please kindly contact Annabel at 6377 1789

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Aug
23
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

 

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Aug
16
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

 

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Aug
15
5:00 PM17:00

Collaborative Storytelling Illustration Programme and Illustration by Darel Seow

  • Aliwal Arts Centre, Level 1 Music Studio (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Be part of a collaborative large-scale feature installation at Dreamseeds Arts Festival 2018 with local illustrator Darel Seow. Beneficiaries are invited to join Darel for a 4-day workshop programme to create their own unique marine creature inspired by their identities, interests and challenges, and then craft a short picture book and develop a narrative for their characters.

Artist collaborations this year will adopt a more inclusive structure that directly involves beneficiaries in the installation creation process – allowing greater interaction and conversations between engaged artists and participating beneficiaries. Participants will be coached towards creating works that reflect the resulting installations’ aesthetics and concept, learn more about production considerations artists face for large-scale projects and have the opportunity to develop listening, critical thinking, writing skills, and visual communication skills.


WORKSHOP DATES:
15 August (Wednesday): 5 - 7pm
24 August (Friday): 5 - 7pm
2 September (Sunday): 2 - 4pm
3 September (Monday): 2 - 4pm

*This is a progressive programme that leads to a final collaborative installation piece at DSAF 2018 - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all 4 sessions.*

 

WORKSHOP VENUE:

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre, Level 1 Music Studio

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 

 

AGE GROUP: 

10 to 15 years old

NO. OF PARTICIPANTS: 

20 pax max

 

Sign Up opens 30 July, 5pm: https://goo.gl/forms/p4efKoW34v5B8WXH2

(Please note that the registration form is titled Marine Characters Collaborative Installation)

Only one caregiver per beneficiary is allowed to join.

 

For more information, please kindly contact Annabel at 6377 1789

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Aug
11
1:30 PM13:30

Digital Drawing Workshop (7 to 12 Yrs Old)

NOTE: This programme is especially suitable for beneficiaries with mobility issues, RGN, neuro cases and motor skills difficulties. Priority will be given to these beneficiaries.

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), Make The Change will be conducting a Digital Drawing Workshop which uses digital arts to promote experiential learning. Participating beneficiaries will learn how to use the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, providing them easy usage of technology to create art. They will also pick up basic design principles such as visual expressions of ideas, composition and framing, and use digital canvas tools and hardware to freehand draw designs

Selected artworks will be featured at the DSAF 2018 exhibition. Outstanding pieces will be turned into merchandise for sale at DSAF 2018 Arts Market.


Details

Date: 11 August, Saturday

Time: 1.30pm to 4.30pm

Duration: 3 hours

Age group: 7 to 12 years old

Open to CRS beneficiaries only.

Max 15 pax per session only.

Sign-up for beneficiaries with mobility issues, RGN, neuro cases and motor skills difficulties - https://goo.gl/forms/DsNqyEcWvHlAP9MQ2

 

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Aug
10
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

 

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Aug
2
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Children)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JGiC7j

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

 

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Aug
2
5:00 PM17:00

Hip Hop Dance Programme (Teens)

Learn how to bounce and groove to your favourite songs, and eventually perform to a public audience at Club Rainbow’s annual arts festival! 

 This programme will introduce participants to the foundations of Hip Hop Dance, simple choreography, and stage presentation skills. All participants will get to showcase their moves at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert in Nov, through a joint performance with teens from our Hip Hop Dance (Teens) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 7 - 12.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

For more info and to sign-up for benes: https://bit.ly/2JCtAKQ

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

 

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Jul
28
9:45 AM09:45

Stamp Carving with ParadeMade at National Gallery (13 to 20 Years Old)

  • Keppel Centre for Art Education, National Gallery Singapore (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), we are collaborating with ParadeMade to conduct a Stamp Carving workshop for 13 to 20 years old. Beneficiaries will design and carve stamps featuring the things they love such as food, household objects, places etc. Each participant will get the chance to make 1 to 2 stamps. Selected stamps will be displayed at Dreamseeds Arts Fest 2018's exhibition. Beneficiaries will also be going on a 20-min guided tour at National Gallery before the start of the workshop. Please note that as there will be usage of sharp tools during this workshop, guidance from caregivers is strongly recommended.

Stamp Carving for 13 to 20 years old

Date: 28 July 2018, Saturday

Time: 9.45am to 1pm

Location: National Gallery Singapore

*20-min guided gallery tour to commence before start of workshop. Light snacks for beneficiaries will be provided before workshop.

Open to CRS beneficiaries only. 15 pax per session.

Sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/omqIfhvpNEXgZpsw1

 

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Jul
22
2:00 PM14:00

Brushlettering Workshop for 8 to 12 years old

  • Aliwal Arts Centre Level 1, Multipurpose Studios 1B (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), CRS collaborates with Leah Design to provide a brushlettering workshop for beneficiaries aged 8 to 12 years old. Beneficiaries will learn the simple techniques of brushlettering, which includes penmanship and different writing styles. Leah Design will be guiding beneficiaries to pen down inspirational quotes that they like, and helping them to discover the possibilities of using their enriched penmanship skills to create decorative artworks. Selected artworks will be showcased at Dreamseeds Arts Fest 2018's exhibition. Standout artworks will be produced into merchandise for the DSAF 2018 Arts Market.

 Brushlettering

Date: 22 July, Sunday

Time: 2pm to 4.30pm

Duration: 2.5 hours

Age group: 8 to 12 years old

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre Level 1, Multipurpose Studios 1B

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918

No. of participants: max 15

 

Open to CRS beneficiaries only. Max 15 pax per session

Sign up open 22/06, 3pm: https://goo.gl/forms/T0ETfuK6HNzFP4Do2

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Jul
21
9:45 AM09:45

Stamp Carving with ParadeMade at National Gallery (4 to 12 Years Old)

  • Centre for Art Education, National Gallery Singapore (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), we are collaborating with ParadeMade to conduct a Stamp Carving workshop for 4 to 12 years old. Beneficiaries will design and carve stamps featuring the things they love such as food, household objects, places etc. Each participant will get the chance to make 1 to 2 stamps. Selected stamps will be displayed at Dreamseeds Arts Fest 2018's exhibition. Beneficiaries will also be going on a 20-min guided tour at National Gallery before the start of the workshop. Please note that as there will be usage of sharp tools during this workshop, guidance from caregivers is strongly recommended.

                                                                                                                                      

Stamp Carving for 4 to 12 years old

Date: 21 July 2018, Saturday

Time: 9.45am to 1pm

Location: National Gallery Singapore

*20-min guided gallery tour to commence before start of workshop. Light snacks for beneficiaries will be provided before workshop.

Open to CRS beneficiaries only. 15 pax per session.

Sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/P4wBXDMVc7IemRG72

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Jul
14
10:00 AM10:00

Acrylic Pour

  • Artefakts Studio, Goodman Arts Centre (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), discover acrylic pouring techniques to create abstract masterpieces with Artefakts Studio. Beneficiaries will engage in a fun and creative session of picking up basic acrylic paint pouring skills and let their creativity run wild! Selected prints will be displayed at Dreamseeds Arts Festival 2018 exhibition. Outstanding prints will be turned into merchandise for sale at DSAF Arts Market 2018.

Acrylic Pour (for ages 7 to 14)

Date: 14 July 2018, Saturday

Time: 10am to 11.30am

Location: Artefakts Studio, Goodman Arts Centre

Address: 90 Goodman Road, Block O, #02-64 Singapore 43905

Open to CRS beneficiaries only. 20 pax per session.

Sign up opens 11 June, 12pm: https://goo.gl/forms/qSqzPbhRh4v870dq2

For more information, please contact Annabel at 6377 1789.

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Jul
7
10:00 AM10:00

Linocut Printing

  • Artefakts Studio, Goodman Arts Centre (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), beneficiaries get to explore the wonders of linocut – a printmaking technique – with Artefakts Studio. Chisel designs in linoleum sheets and create prints of your choice! Selected prints will be displayed at Dreamseeds Arts Festival 2018 exhibition. Outstanding prints will be turned into merchandise for sale at DSAF Arts Market 2018. Please note that as there will be usage of sharp tools during this workshop, guidance from caregivers is strongly recommended.

Linocut Printing (for ages 15 to 20)

Date: 7 July 2018, Saturday

Time: 10am to 12.30pm

Location: Artefakts Studio, Goodman Arts Centre

Address: 90 Goodman Road, Block O, #02-64 Singapore 43905

Open to CRS beneficiaries only. 20 pax per session.

Sign up opens 11 June, 12pm: https://goo.gl/forms/0kCL97QObuO6kvrB2

For more information, please contact Annabel at 6377 1789.

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Jun
20
1:00 PM13:00

One-Line Portrait Drawing with Artify Studio

  • Aliwal Arts Centre Multi Purpose Studios 1-A & 1-B (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), we are collaborating with Artify Studio to conduct two painting programmes – Umbrella Painting and One-Line Portrait Drawing – during the June Holidays. Beneficiaries will get to paint on umbrellas or create drawings using one continuous line. This IBP is a lead-up to Dreamseeds Arts Fest 2018 (DSAF). Selected artworks will be showcased at DSAF 2018’s exhibition.

One-Line Portrait Drawing

Age group: 10 – 13 years old, 30 paxs maximum

Duration: 2.5 hours

Date & Time: 20th June 2018, 1pm to 3.30pm

Venue: Aliwal Arts Centre Multi-Purpose Studios 1-A and 1-B

*Open to Club Rainbow youths / 30 paxs per session.

Sign up details to be provided at a later date.

For more information, please contact Annabel at 6377 1789

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Jun
14
10:00 AM10:00

Umbrella Painting with Artify Studio

  • Aliwal Arts Centre Multi Purpose Studios 1-A & 1-B (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), we are collaborating with Artify Studio to conduct two painting programmes – Umbrella Painting and One-Line Portrait Drawing – during the June Holidays. Beneficiaries will get to paint on umbrellas or create drawings using one continuous line. This IBP is a lead-up to Dreamseeds Arts Fest 2018 (DSAF). Selected artworks will be showcased at DSAF 2018’s exhibition.

Umbrella Painting

Age group: 5 – 9 years old, 30 paxs maximum

Duration: 2 hours

Date & Time: 14th June 2018, 10am to  12pm

Venue: Aliwal Arts Centre Multi-Purpose Studios 1-A and 1-B

 

*Open to Club Rainbow youths / 30 paxs per session.

Sign up details to be provided at a later date.

For more information, please contact Annabel at 6377 1789

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Jun
11
1:30 PM13:30

Introductory Watercolour Workshop with LEACH

  • Aliwal Arts Centre Multi Purpose Studio 1-A (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), we are collaborating with LEACH to conduct an introductory watercolour workshop. Beneficiaries will learn about watercolour supplies, water control, types of paper, watercolour techniques and eventually paint a small landscape. Standout beneficiaries will get an opportunity to proceed to the Basic Watercolour Workshop to continue pursuing their interest in-depth.

All beneficiaries will get to bring home the quality supplies for their own practice. This IBP is a lead-up to Dreamseeds Arts Fest 2018 (DSAF). Selected artworks will be part of DSAF 2018 Exhibition. Standout artworks will be produced into merchandise for the Arts Market.

Introductory Watercolour Workshop

Date: 11 June 2018, Monday

Time: 1.30pm to 4.30pm

Duration: 3 hours

Pax: Maximum 15  

Age group: 10 years old and up

Venue: Aliwal Arts Centre Multi-Purpose Studio 1-A

Registration is now available at: https://goo.gl/forms/MUhzdFuJcrThpPu73

For more information, please contact Annabel at 6377 1789

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Jun
10
5:00 PM17:00

Beneficiary Performance at WFPICCS 2018

  • Suntec Convention Centre, Hall 404ax, Level 4 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We are happy to share that our beneficiaries have been invited to perform at the opening ceremony of the 9th Congress of the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive & Critical Care Societies, to an audience of 1,200 international and local delegates.

Performing beneficiaries include participants of our 2017 Cajon & Hip Hop Dance Programme - they will be attending two refresher classes in preparation for this.

A total of 13 beneficiaries will be performing.

Date: Sun, 10 Jun 2018
Time: 5PM-7PM (Inclusive of rehearsal & performance)
Venue: Suntec Convention Centre, Hall404AX, 4th Floor

*Dinner bento sets are provided for all performers, attending family members, volunteers, and instructors.

For enquiries, please contact Felicia at 6377 1789.

 

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