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Dreamseeds Arts Fest 2019
Nov
23
to Nov 30

Dreamseeds Arts Fest 2019

Themed “Generation C”, this year’s Dreamseeds Arts Fest showcase promises a multi-sensory experience, harnessing technology to push the boundaries of learning and creativity! Stay connected and follow us here at  Facebook and Instagram as we share exciting programme details, artist showcases and exclusive behind-the-scenes!

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Nov
22
2:00 PM14:00

BLOCK PRINTING

Discover  your  creativity  and  learn  a  new  skill  with  our  range  of  open  workshops at DSAF 2018!  All  workshops  are  free  and  open-to-public  on  a  first-come-first-serve  basis.  Pre-registration  is  required  through  the  respective  workshop  links  to  confirm  your  slot. Priority  will  be  given  to  beneficiaries  when  necessary.


BLOCK PRINTING by Artefakts

Design your very own block stamps and create interesting motifs on Japanese 'washi' paper! This workshop introduces hand-printing techniques, pattern compositions,  ink consistencies, and colour themes.

DETAILS:

Date: 22th November 2018, Thursday

Time: 2pm - 4pm

Duration: 2 hours

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre, Level 1 Music Studio

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 (Nearest MRT: Nicoll Highway, Exit A)

Suitable for: 8 years old and above

No. of Pax: 25

 

Sign Up here: bit.ly/dsaf18bp

 

Social Workers, kindly recommend suitable beneficiaries and their caregivers.

For queries, please contact Annabel @ 6377 1789.

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Nov
21
1:00 PM13:00

MUSIC STORYTELLING

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

Discover  your  creativity  and  learn  a  new  skill  with  our  range  of  open  workshops at DSAF 2018!  All  workshops  are  free  and  open-to-public  on  a  first-come-first-serve  basis.  Pre-registration  is  required  through  the  respective  workshop  links  to  confirm  your  slot. Priority  will  be  given  to  beneficiaries  when  necessary.


MUSIC STORYTELLING by Drama Arts

Combining  storytelling  with  elements  of  music,  this  dynamic  workshop  promises  fun  for  both  caregivers  and  children  alike!  Listen  and  delve  into  an  exciting  story  about  animals,  and  sing  along  with  a  live  musician  as  the  story  progresses.

 

DETAILS:

Date: 21 November 2018, Wednesday

Time: 1pm - 1.30pm

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre, Level 1 Music Studio

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 (Nearest MRT: Nicoll Highway, Exit A)

Suitable for: 6 years old and above

No. of Pax: 20

 

Sign Up here: bit.ly/dsaf18ms

 

 

Social Workers, kindly recommend suitable beneficiaries and their caregivers.

For queries, please contact Annabel @ 6377 1789.

 

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Nov
20
2:00 PM14:00

PAPER MARBLING

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

Discover  your  creativity  and  learn  a  new  skill  with  our  range  of  open  workshops at DSAF 2018!  All  workshops  are  free  and  open-to-public  on  a  first-come-first-serve  basis.  Pre-registration  is  required  through  the  respective  workshop  links  to  confirm  your  slot. Priority  will  be  given  to  beneficiaries  when  necessary.


PAPER MARBLING by Artefakts

Create  fascinating  patterns  through  the  unique  art  of  Paper  Marbling!  Manipulating  paint  with  brushes,  combs,  and  other  interesting  tools,  this  workshop  will  guide  you  towards  creating  your  very  own  piece  of  abstract  art.

 

DETAILS:

Date: 20th November 2018, Tuesday

Time: 2pm - 4pm

Duration: 2 hours

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre, Level 1 Music Studio

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 (Nearest MRT: Nicoll Highway, Exit A)

Suitable for: 10 years old and above

No. of Pax: 25

Sign Up here: bit.ly/dsaf18pm

Social Workers, kindly recommend suitable beneficiaries and their caregivers.

For queries, please contact Annabel @ 6377 1789

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Nov
19
3:00 PM15:00

TUG

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

Discover your creativity and learn a new skill with our range of open workshops at DSAF 2018! All workshops are free and open-to-public on a first-come-first-serve basis. Pre-registration is required through the respective workshop links to confirm your slot. Priority will be given to beneficiaries when necessary.


TUG by Stan

TUG  is  a  performative  play session  that  teaches  young  ones  about  human  interconnectivity.  Using  strings  and  a  whole  lot  of  creativity,  the  experiential  workshop  builds  relationships  within  the  group  and  portrays  how  an  individual’s  actions  can affect  others.

 

DETAILS:

Date: 19 November 2018, Monday

Time: 3pm - 3.30pm

Duration: 30 mins

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre, Level 1 Music Studio

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 (Nearest MRT: Nicoll Highway, Exit A)

Suitable for: 12 months to 30 months old (strictly one parent to one child only)

No. of Pax: 10

 

Sign Up here: bit.ly/dsaf18tug

Social Workers, kindly recommend suitable beneficiaries and their caregivers.

For queries, please contact Annabel @ 6377 1789

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Nov
19
1:00 PM13:00

BABY BEAT

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

Discover your creativity and learn a new skill with our range of open workshops at DSAF 2018! All workshops are free and open-to-public on a first-come-first-serve basis. Pre-registration is required through the respective workshop links to confirm your slot. Priority will be given to beneficiaries when necessary.


BABY BEAT by My Piano Room

Part  performance  and  part  exploration  session,  this  workshop  introduces  music  to  the  youngest  of  audiences!  Featuring  musicians  on  the  North  Indian  flute  and  keyboard,  children  can  play  on  percussion  instruments  along  to  classical  music  favourites!

 

DETAILS:

Date: 19th Nov 2018 (Monday)

Time:

1pm - 1.30pm (slot 1)

2pm - 2.30pm (slot 2)

Duration: 30 mins

Location: Aliwal Arts Centre, Level 1 Music Studio

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 (Nearest MRT: Nicoll Highway, Exit A)

Suitable for: 18 months and younger

No. of Pax: 10

 

Sign Up here: bit.ly/dsaf18bb

Social Workers, kindly recommend suitable beneficiaries and their caregivers.

For queries, please contact Annabel @ 6377 1789.

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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. 

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Oct
27
2:00 PM14:00

Collaborative Doodling Mural Programme & Installation with Band of Doodlers

Please note that this programme will be the final Visual Arts artist-collaborative IBP leading up to DSAF.


As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), CRS is collaborating with local artists Band of Doodlers for a Collaborative Doodling Mural Programme and Installation. Beneficiaries will participate in a 2-day workshop to learn basic character doodling and illustrate on individual customised shapes, which will be pasted on a large wall in DSAF 2018 exhibition. This programme is suitable for beneficiaries who wish to engage with a simpler art form to produce unique doodles on their individual panels. Participating beneficiaries will be able to bring home their individual panels after the end of 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.


WORKSHOP DATES:

20 October (Saturday): 2 – 4pm

27 October (Saturday): 2 – 4pm

Note: This is a progressive programme that leads to a final collaborative installation piece at DSAF 2018 - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all 2 sessions.

 

WORKSHOP VENUE:

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

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 

 

AGE GROUP:

8 to 16 years old

 

NO. OF PARTICIPANTS:

Maximum 25

 

Sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/ZkuIFqKYDI219BGh1

  

Social Workers, kindly recommend suitable beneficiaries.

For queries, please do contact Annabel @ 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 

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Oct
20
2:00 PM14:00

Collaborative Doodling Mural Programme & Installation with Band of Doodlers

Please note that this programme will be the final Visual Arts artist-collaborative IBP leading up to DSAF.


As part of Club Rainbow’s Interest-Based Programme (IBP), CRS is collaborating with local artists Band of Doodlers for a Collaborative Doodling Mural Programme and Installation. Beneficiaries will participate in a 2-day workshop to learn basic character doodling and illustrate on individual customised shapes, which will be pasted on a large wall in DSAF 2018 exhibition. This programme is suitable for beneficiaries who wish to engage with a simpler art form to produce unique doodles on their individual panels. Participating beneficiaries will be able to bring home their individual panels after the end of 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.


WORKSHOP DATES:

20 October (Saturday): 2 – 4pm

27 October (Saturday): 2 – 4pm

Note: This is a progressive programme that leads to a final collaborative installation piece at DSAF 2018 - participants are strongly encouraged to attend all 2 sessions.

 

WORKSHOP VENUE:

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

Address: 28 Aliwal St, Singapore 199918 

 

AGE GROUP:

8 to 16 years old

 

NO. OF PARTICIPANTS:

Maximum 25

Sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/ZkuIFqKYDI219BGh1

Social Workers, kindly recommend suitable beneficiaries.

For queries, please do contact Annabel @ 6377 1789.

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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
18
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 kids from our Hip Hop Dance (Children) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 13 and above.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

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

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
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

View Event →
Oct
11
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 kids from our Hip Hop Dance (Children) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 13 and above.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

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

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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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
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
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
4
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 kids from our Hip Hop Dance (Children) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 13 and above.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

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

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

View Event →
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
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 

View Event →
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. 

View Event →
Sep
27
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 kids from our Hip Hop Dance (Children) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 13 and above.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

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

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

View Event →
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

View Event →
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.

View Event →
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 

View Event →
Sep
23
2:00 PM14:00

Spoken Word Programme

  • Aliwal Arts Centre, Multi-Purpose Studio (map)
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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
20
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 kids from our Hip Hop Dance (Children) Programme.


Only for beneficiaries aged 13 and above.
Open to 15 pax max.

12 classes total, and 3 combined rehearsals.

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

For enquiries, contact Felicia at 6377 1789

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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

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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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