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Dreamseeds Arts Fest
An initiative by Club Rainbow (Singapore), the second edition of Dreamseeds Arts Fest themed ‘Finding Futurenova’ will be held from 18 to 25 November at SCAPE.
In line with its commitment to supporting and empowering its beneficiaries who have chronic illnesses, Club Rainbow (Singapore) first unveiled Dreamseeds Arts Fest in 2016 as an inclusive arts platform that offers beneficiaries the opportunity to realise their creative potential and connect with a greater audience through the practice of art.
Dreamseeds Arts Fest 2017 is a showcase featuring beneficiaries who have undergone a curated year-long immersion programme comprising discovery and training workshops, as well as dedicated mentorship with professionals ranging from musicians to artists.
Key events at Dreamseeds Arts Fest:
18 Nov (Launch event): 3 – 9pm
19 – 25 Nov: 12pm – 8pm
An insight into the beneficiaries’ offbeat, curious, and often heartfelt interpretations of their very own ‘Futurenova’, the visual arts exhibition presents a collection of beneficiary artworks in various mediums.
18 Nov (Launch event): 4-7pm
24 & 25 Nov: 4 – 8pm
Help support the beneficiaries’ artistic pursuits by purchasing a meaningful keepsake at this arts market where a range of merchandise featuring artworks by beneficiaries in the form of tote bags, postcards, postcards, and mugs are available. All profits from sales will go directly to the represented beneficiary.
PERFORMING ARTS CONCERT
18 Nov (Launch event): 7 – 8.30pm
Soak up the vibes at this high-energy concert that brings beneficiaries and their industry mentors together in joint band performances.
18 Nov (Launch event): 4 – 7pm
20, 22, 24 Nov: 4 – 6pm
The public can explore their creativity together with Club Rainbow (Singapore)’s beneficiaries and take part in complimentary craft-based workshops and experiential talks. Workshops include silkscreen printing, leather craft-making, upcycling, tie-dye and more.
25 Nov: 5-6.30pm
A befitting closing event curated in partnership with Objectifs, the film screening presents a collection of five local short films that delve into the themes of imagination, perseverance, self-acceptance, and the ever-changing landscape of our world. The film screening is free and open to public, on a first-come-first-serve basis, with priority given to beneficiaries when necessary.