Celebrating 10 Years of
Developing Community Creatively
Harnessing the power of the arts to create dialogue,
invite social participation and build bridges across difference
Celebrating 10 Years of Developing Community Creatively
Harnessing the power of the arts to create dialogue, invite social participation and build bridges across difference
Both Sides, Now
A multi-disciplinary arts engagement project co-presented with Drama Box, Lien Foundation and Ang Chin Moh Foundation in various communities since 2013 to create awareness and opportunities to have end-of-life conversations and planning.
The Greenhouse Lab
An action-learning programme for practitioners across disciplines and sectors interested in arts-based community development.
Learn more about the work of practitioners and organisations who work with the community, often using creative processes. Each case study has been crafted with a commitment to sharing the community recipes of our field, detailing the who, what, when, where, why, and how of seminal projects.
ArtsWok is recruiting!
We are strengthening our marketing and communication efforts with a new position. Do you know anyone who could become our new Content Creator? Or better yet, do you see yourself in such a role? Spread the word – and apply!
Wok With Us
Find out more about our work
In our work, we journey with partners across sectors and different communities. Through various arts-based programmes, we collectively imagine, create and innovate the changes we want to experience in society.
Discover the field of arts-based community development
Our arts and cultural approach sits within the larger field of community development. Learn more about arts-based community development through resources on our work and the wider ecosystem.
With the greater push for arts practitioners to develop artistic projects in community spaces, it is essential to examine the skills and capabilities required of those engaging in the field today.
Read our latest Community Inspirations article, where guest contributor Regina De Rozario reflects on the notion of cultural competence and how it might be fostered through arts-based community work!