Why are residential spaces important to community development? How do different spaces contribute to that end? Where and what are the possibilities for arts practices in residential spaces?
This panel brings together diverse organisations to examine different approaches to the use of residential spaces in community-based projects. How can artistic practice intersect with approaches of housing, health and culture? What inspirations do residential spaces offer?
Melissa Sim (Senior Community Relations Manager, Community Relations Group) will share the intentions and outcomes behind the Housing & Development Board Lively Spaces Programme, while Edwina Tang (Deputy Director, Engagement & Participation) will talk about the National Arts Council’s approach and experiences with Arts In Your Neighbourhood. From the health paradigm, Evon Chua (Senior Manager, Population Health & Community Transformation) will provide deeper insights on Yishun Health’s use of community development and creative approaches in their Wellness Kampongs. Joining them will also be Hasyimah Harith (Company Manager, P7:1SMA) who will share the company’s understanding and approach to residential spaces as well as how it is integral to their practice as an independent dance company.
The sharing will be followed by a Q&A session and discussion with all participants.
More information about the panellists can be found at http://tghs21.eventbrite.sg
Image courtesy of P7:1SMA Ltd.
Kindly register by 10 Mar, 2359.
The session is free but limited to 50 pax. Please register early, and before the event to avoid disappointment. Kindly note that registering for a ticket is taken as an indication of interest and not a confirmation of your participation. We will be in touch to confirm your attendance.
Do note that if there is more than one participant from the same organisation, we may limit the number of participants per organisation to allow for more diversity in the room.
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