Read more about how our work over the years has been received in the press and media.

AHA Magazine, 3 April 2024

Embracing End-Of-Life Conversations through Arts and Active Ageing

Plural Art Mag, 14 March 2024

Tiding Over Conversations About Death: Salty Xi Jie Ng’s Approach to Socially Engaged Art

Straits Times, 6 March 2024

Meet a 77-year-old cosmic philosopher from Yishun in community art show on end-of-life matters

Bakchormeeboy, 28 October 2022

Review: Both Sides, Now – Lepaskan Sesalan by Drama Box and ArtsWok Collaborative

The Straits Times, 22 September 2022

Art in odd places and the artists who are breaking urban boundaries

Rice Media, 11 December 2021

Live Well, Leave Well: On Death and Dying in the Malay Muslim Community

ST Life! Arts Picks, 28 October 2021

Arts Picks: A Shakespeare parody; artists’ open studios; variety show on death

TODAY, 16 October 2021

Arts group to engage Malay community in talking about death via upcoming stage production

Bakchormeeboy, 11 October 2021

Preview: Both Sides, Now – Kata-Kata Kita Variety Show by Drama Box and ArtsWok Collaborative

Our Grandfather Story, 17 September, 2020

Do People With Disabilities Feel Like One of Us? | Can Ask Meh?

Asia One, 3 September, 2020

This teacher goes the extra mile to put on shows for kids with special needs

City of Good, 11 August, 2020

Making A Play For People With Special Needs

Rice Media, 7 August, 2020

How Can Theatre Evolve Amidst A Pandemic? Ask These Persons With Disabilities

Esplanade Offstage, 4 August, 2020

What If: Disability As Opportunity

The Straits Times, 4 August, 2020

What If theatre show: Respecting performers’ disabilities without covering them up

Bakchormeeboy, 28 July, 2020

Peer Pleasure 2020: An Interview with Ngiam Su-Lin, Executive Director of ArtsWok Collaborative

Bakchormeeboy, 12 August 2019

M1 Peer Pleasure 2019: The Class Room (Review)

Bakchormeeboy, 8 August 2019

M1 Peer Pleasure 2019: The Block Party (Review)

Centre 42, 3 August 2019

“Every Vote Counts Towards A Better Life”

Millennials of SG, 31 July 2019

Discussing Death – If Life Is A Journey, Why Are We Scared To Talk About The Destination?

Bakchormeeboy, 30 July 2019

M1 Peer Pleasure 2019: Double Bill – The Ground/Wonderland (Review)

The Straits Times, 24 July 2019

Poverty through eyes of youth

A List Singapore, 23 July 2019

What my teenage teachers taught me on life and drama

The Straits Times, 23 July 2019

Youth theatre festival takes hard look at poverty in Singapore

Today, 14 July 2019

Poverty looks like this: Drama students hope plays will dispel misconceptions

The Straits Times, 13 July 2019

Kick-starting talk on death and dying early

The Straits Times, 3 July 2019

Sharing about the art of living well and leaving well

The Hospice Link, June 2019

Bringing end-of-life matters closer to the community

A List Singapore, 19 June 2019

The power of “now”: live well to leave well

Social Space Magazine, 24 May 2019

From Liveable To Lovable City: The Role Of The Arts In Placemaking Singapore

Social Space Magazine, 4 December 2018

Cooking Up The Kampung Spirit: Ngiam Su-Lin

ArtsEquator, 29 October 2018

“Closer” at Both Sides, Now: What Do We Choose to Remember?

The Straits Times, 9 October 2018

Arts take on science of big data

Centre 42, 21 September 2018

Balancing conversation and showmanship

Bakchormeeboy, 20 March 2018

Both Sides, Now: Exit by Drama Box and ArtsWok Collaborative

The Straits Times, 2 November 2017

Art, drama make discussions on death come alive

The Straits Times, 21 October 2017

Puppets add light touch to heavy topics

Today, 8 August 2017

Tapping theatre’s ‘magic’ to discuss racial issues

The Straits Times Life! 4 July 2017

Down Syndrome students stage play about refugees at youth theatre festival

The Straits Times, 30 May 2017

‘Die-logue’, education needed on dying well

Singapore International Foundation, 1 March 2017

Without Culture, There is No Future for Cities

The Peak, 4 November 2016

The Peak Power List 2016: Ko Siew Huey

The Straits Time Life!, 12 July 2016

The Young Take Centre Stage At Theatre Festivals

Today, 5 July 2016

In Singapore’s Theatre, More Power To The Youth

Arts For All—Communities Matter, March 2016

ArtsWok—Building Bridges and Enabling Collaborations

The Straits Times Life!, 27 August 2015

Dancing – And Trying Not To Kick The Violinists

The Straits Time Life!, 28 July 2015

Youth Theatre Showcase Set To Become Annual Fest

Today, 25 July 2015

Inaugural Peer Pleasure Youth Fest Kicks Off Next Week

Challenge, November 2014

Bonding To The Beat – Active Ageing Through Dance

Singapore Magazine, October–December 2014

Art With Heart

Today, 21 November 2013

Dealing With Death Through Art Project

Today, 19 November 2013

Art Exhibition Aims to Spur Reflection on Death

The Straits Times, 11 July 2013

Old Age Home Residents Perform Ballet

The Straits Times, 9 July 2013

Arts For All

IPS Commons, 12 November 2012

IPS Prism Breaks New Ground