Hello Parties @ Telok Blangah
13 April 2019
We held two Hello Parties at Blk 7 Telok Blangah to get to know the residents. Since the beginning of 2019, for a few months, Artistic Director Kok Heng Leun, with Spatial Designer Wendy Chua and her NAFA students have been walking the ground and collecting feedbacks on how to make the void deck space brighter and livelier. At the two Hello Parties, we presented some ideas and got the residents to vote their preference, over snacks and chit-chat.
19 September - 7 October 2018 @ Chong Pang
We wrap up our time in Chong Pang with CLOSER, a two-part programme that consists of Participatory Performance LAST DANCE and a public art installation.
PARTICIPATORY PERFORMANCE LAST DANCE
19 – 22 September 2018
@ Basketball court next to Blk 109 Yishun Ring Rd
PUBLIC ART INSTALLATION
19 September – 6 October 2018
@ Various locations between Blk 108 to Blk 115, Yishun Ring Rd
Participatory Performance Last Dance
12 - 15 September 2018 @ Telok Blangah
In this participatory performance, audiences get closer to understanding the legacies they want to leave behind, for their loved one and for themselves through dance, shared stories and open conversations.
Forum Theatre Exit
14 – 17 March 2018 @ Chong Pang
21 – 24 March 2018 @ Telok Blangah
EXIT is an interactive performance about two families facing difficult conversations, audience members were invited to replace the characters, to try to change the outcome of the play.
Puppetry Performance The Wind Came Home
18 – 21 Oct 2017 @ Chong Pang
25 – 29 Oct, 1 – 5 Nov 2017 @ Telok Blangah
We kicked off the latest edition of Both Sides, Now with Puppetry Performance The Wind Came Home at Chong Pang and Telok Blangah.
Getting To Know Chong Pang
5th & 12th August 2017
We made our first visit to Chong Pang last weekend to introduce ourselves to the residents.
This is one of two neighbourhoods we will be getting to know over the next few years.
Hello Parties @ Chong Pang
19th & 22th August 2017
We held two Hello Parties to get to know the residents of Chong Pang better, and introduced them to the artists leading the workshops that will explore end-of-life issues with them through the arts.