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Title: Bringing Arts into the Neighbourhoods: Choosing the Right Space and Strategy
Authors: Trivic Zdravko 
Mascarenhas, Nina 
Duong, Quyen 
Tan, Beng Kiang 
Padawangi, Rita 
Issue Date: May-2019
Publisher: Singapore: National Arts Council
Citation: Trivic Zdravko, Mascarenhas, Nina, Duong, Quyen, Tan, Beng Kiang, Padawangi, Rita (2019-05). Bringing Arts into the Neighbourhoods: Choosing the Right Space and Strategy. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This guide is designed to support the growth and establishment of arts where people live, work, and play. It aims to help sustain the efforts to increase diverse touch-points for communities to encounter the arts, strengthen capability among stakeholders to develop a sense of community in neighbourhoods through the arts, and enhance a sense of place between residents and shared spaces through a diversity of arts and cultural experiences. The content presented in this guide represents the synthesis of a study conducted at selected Arts and Culture Nodes. The Arts and Culture Nodes initiative, launched by the National Arts Council in 2012, establishes an island-wide network of arts touch-points within neighbourhoods to provide all Singaporeans with greater access to quality arts, bring vibrancy and stronger identity to public spaces, and increase opportunities for community participation and bonding through the arts. Such touch-points go beyond formal arts venues (typically found in the city centre) and involve partnerships with various institutions such as libraries, government agencies, civic centres, community and recreational clubs and corporate organisations that play a key role in their respective neighbourhood. Link to publication:
ISBN: 9789811413568
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