As part of Singapore Art Week 2024, the Singapore Art Museum and Centre 42 are commissioning and producing a collection of original audio plays written in response to the geographical area of Tanjong Pagar/Pasir Panjang where the museum currently resides.
This is an invitation for two writers to respond through audio drama to this fascinating area, guided by the curatorial prompt “True/South”. Selected writers will need to be available for an intensive script development phase in November 2023, and
An Introduction to the Dramaturg’s Work is a 4-session foundational course that will provide an introduction and grounding for performing arts practitioners who are curious about or want an insight into the dramaturg’s work.
Conducted fully online by Dr Robin Loon, this course aims to equip participants with an understanding of and familiarisation with:
the brief history and evolution of the dramaturg
the nature and scope of the dramaturg’s work
different kinds of dramaturgs
The New Scripts Garage is a regular offer of dramaturgical support for new scripts, convened every other month, with low barriers to entry. On a regular basis, we open our inboxes for script submissions from playwrights seeking dramaturgical support for their work.
For the November 2023 cycle, we are collaborating with Teater Ekamatra to offer a Malay-language edition, that will accept up to eight scripts through an Open Call.
Please note that this is not a presentational platform. This short-for
Start: November 2023
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My colleagues and I at the National Arts Council warmly welcome you fo the 10th Singapore Festival of Arts. We are proud to see its growth from a small Festival back in 1977, to a major international arts event.
The Festival aims to entertain the Singapore audience and visitors alike with outstanding performances by Singaporean and international artists. 27 foreign groups and 10 Singaporean groups will stage a total of 115 performances for the core programme. The outrea