6 & 7 SEPTEMBER 2018




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National Arts Council

The National Arts Council champions the arts in Singapore. By nurturing creative excellence and supporting broad audience engagement, our diverse and distinctive arts inspire our people, connect communities and profile Singapore internationally. We preserve our rich, cultural traditions as we cultivate accomplished artists and vibrant companies for the future. Our support for the arts is comprehensive – from grants and partnerships to industry facilitation and arts housing. The Council welcomes greater private and corporate giving to and through the arts so that together we can make the arts an integral part of everyone's lives.

For more information on the Council's mission and plans, visit www.nac.gov.sg.



ArtReach is an initiative of the National Arts Council to bring the arts to the social sector for wellness and social connectivity.

It supports artists and voluntary welfare organisations to collaborate on projects that harness the artsto achieve social outcomes, such as building resilience in at-risk youths, increasing engagementamong isolated elders in the community and developing self-expression in children fromdisadvantaged backgrounds.

ArtReach also forges partnerships, initiates conversations through learning and networking platforms and develops resources to help social service practitioners, healthcare workers and volunteers to kick-start and lead their own arts programmes.

For more information on ArtReach, please visit Arts for All.



Silver Arts 2018

Silver Arts advocates the meaningful possibilities seniors have in the arts.

Organised by the National Arts Council since 2012, Silver Arts is an annual festival dedicated to celebrating seniors and creative ageing. The festival presents collaborations between artists, arts organisations and community partners to foster the arts into the lifestyles of seniors. From performances to workshops, seniors can showcase their creative talents through co-created content or learn a new skill, enhancing their overall well-being. The festival offers opportunities for seniors to share their stories that shape our collective memories, and forge stronger inter-generational understanding.

Into its seventh edition, this year’s festival will take place over four weeks from 6 to 30 September island-wide. With an extensive line-up of arts programmes and activities, there will be something for everyone. Bring your parents, grandparents, family to enjoy and experience this year’s festival offerings!

For more information and Festival schedule, please visit silverarts.nac.gov.sg




Korea Arts & Culture Education Service

KACES, founded in 2005, is a public agency under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Korea. It was first established in accordance with the Support for Arts and Culture Education Act.

Through systematic and comprehensive support for arts and culture education, KACES aims to create an environment where all Koreans are able to receive arts and culture education in their daily lives. It also endeavors to open up opportunities for creative activities and a vibrant cultural life for the welfare of Korean citizens.