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    News / Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay: Contemporary Performing Arts Research Residency (Singapore)

    Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay invites artists, curators, programmers, writers, researchers and practitioners across all disciplines in the performing arts to apply for its inaugural Contemporary Performing Arts Research Residency, taking place in Singapore between April and June 2022. The residency offers two types of support: Artist-in-Residence and Researcher-in-Residence. Artists-in-Residence can apply for a residency period of one to three months, while Researchers-in-Residence can apply for a residency period of two to four weeks.

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    News / Singapore Art Museum: Artist Residency, Community & Education Residency, and Curatorial & Research Residency (Singapore)

    SAM Residencies, a programme of Singapore Art Museum, is now accepting applications for three residencies – the Artist Residency, the Community & Education Residency, and the Curatorial & Research Residency. Selected residents will be hosted in Singapore between July 2021 and March 2023, for a period of between one and six months.

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  • News / Singapore Art Week > Call for Projects for 2021

    The ninth edition of Singapore Art Week will be held 22-30 January 2021. This nine-day celebration of the visual arts will take place across Singapore, from arts and cultural institutions and private galleries, to art precincts, independent art spaces and public spaces. Artists, collectives, institutions, organisations and other art intermediaries are invited to propose projects for the Art Week. Proposals that involve collaborations with foreigners are eligible, as long as the lead applicant (who plays a lead role in the production) and at least half the artistic team/cast is Singaporean or a permanent resident. Deadline: 8 June 2020.

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  • News / Lee Kong Chian Research Fellowship

    The National Library of Singapore invites applications for the Lee Kong Chian Research Fellowship programme, a six-month residential fellowship to research valuable historical materials, dating from the 16th century, on Singapore and Southeast Asia in the collections of the Lee Kong Chian Reference Library and the National Archives of Singapore. Two areas of invited research are the development of the arts in Singapore and Singapore contemporary literature from the 1950s. Deadline: 15 May 2020.

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  • News / Singapore International Foundation > Arts for Good Fellowship 2020

    The Singapore International Foundation’s (SIF) Arts for Good (A4G) Fellowship is an annual programme that brings together cross-sector professionals such as artists, arts administrators, creatives and programmers from the education and social sectors for a programme of experiential workshops, learning journeys and networking sessions. The theme of this year's fellowship will be Creative Empowerment for Children and Youth. Activities will be spread across an exchange programme in Singapore (15-18 September 2020), a planning phase (September 2020 – January 2021), and a final exchange in Chennai, India (1-5 February 2021). The call is open to applicants of any age and nationality. Deadline: 26 April 2020.

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  • News / Travel Grants for Arts & Disability Forum 2020

    The Arts & Disability Forum (ADF) 2020 is a professional forum that will be held in Singapore on 19 & 20 March 2020. The organisers are looking to support 10 participants from Asian countries with travel grants to attend the event. Applicants should have prior experience working with the disabled community using the arts, demonstrating a strong interest in arts-based projects aimed at creating social impact. Deadline: 2 February 2020.

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    Library / Linking the Arts to Environment and Sustainable Development Issues: ASEF Case Studies

    The Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) has published 'Linking the Arts to Environment and Sustainable Development Issues' (April 2012), a report that gathers case studies form nine Asian countries (India, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Mongolia, Singapore).

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