Postponement Notice in light of the novel coronavirus
In light of the situation regarding the novel coronavirus and the raising of the risk assessment in Singapore to DORSCON Orange, the SDEA Committee has decided to postpone our upcoming event, Connections 2020: Inspiring Engagement – Swiping Right on the Arts originally on Saturday, 15th February until further notice for the safety of our participants.
We would like to thank you for your support for SDEA and for Connections 2020, and we sincerely hope that you will stay safe in this period and be able to join us in the future when a new date is set.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at +65 6345 6997.
What do we desire from the Arts? What is effective engagement? How do we measure the quality/effectiveness of the Arts?
On Saturday, 15th February, swipe right on the arts and join us at Connections 2020 as we take a cheeky approach to the topic of Arts Engagement.
This first part of Connections 2020 will be a ‘Speed Dating‘ session. In a safe and facilitated space, invited participants will be grouped and get the chance to interact with practitioners, educators, parents, policy makers and students to tackle the big question: “What does Arts Engagement mean to us?”
Time: 1pm – 2.30pm,
Date:Saturday, 15th February 2020
Venue: Artground, Goodman Arts Centre
Attendance to this session is by invitation only. If you wish to partake in the discussion, do attend our panel discussion by registering here.
|1pm – 2.30pm||‘Speed Dating’ Segment (By invite only)*||Artground, Goodman Arts Centre|
|2.30pm – 3.30pm||Tea Break||Atrium, Block O, Goodman Arts Centre|
|3.30pm – 5pm||Panel Discussion||Multi-Purpose Room|
*The Speed Dating segment of Connections 2020 is by invitation only.
Connections is SDEA’s non-partisan platform for connecting stakeholders in the education sector through open dialogues on current challenges, issues and developments with the aim to inspire change. Through this platform, we have initiated and facilitated dialogues with/between various stakeholders such as NAC, MOE (CPDD, ECDA and AEB (formerly CCAB)), NIE (VPA), WDA, teaching artists, educators and various professional theatre companies.