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Urban Colours Exhibition

On show from 5 June – 24 July 2022

Parallel Retrospection is an exhibition by 20 Artists-In-Training of ART:DIS. The 44 artworks on display, ranging from bold acrylic paintings to precise line drawings with marker pens and soft sceneries with pencils, demonstrate their improvement in conceptualization and artistry following a year of home-based lessons.

Despite the isolation and the uncertainty of the pandemic, our young artists found the silver lining in their memories or anticipation of the future. In recounting happier moments with loved ones or awaiting the lifting of safety measures to resume one’s favorite activities, they drew and painted with optimism in their hearts.

Against a pink backdrop, a central spotlight cast a ray of yellow light downwards. Gliding on top and across the banner are 6 parallel ribbons, each a different colour – red, black, blue, forest green, turquoise and purple. On each ribbon are key details of this exhibition – Parallel Retrospection happens from 5 June till 24 July at 5 Changi Business Park Central 1 #03-01 Changi City Point (Singapore 486038). To book a viewing, which is available Mon–Fri (10am–6pm), one can email

Temasek Trust-CDC Lifelong Learning Enabling Fund

Application period from 3 December 2021 – 31 December 2022

Persons with disabilities looking to acquire vocational training and independent living skills can now apply to this fund! Administered by SG Enable, applicants will receive $1,000 to defray course fees and/or learning support devices costs.

Foundation level students of ART:DIS’s Fine Arts, Clay, Percussion, Ukulele, Speech & Drama, Creative Dance and Piano programmes are eligible for this reimbursement. Other eligibility requirements are listed in this application form.

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