Our Process

The youth participants have embarked on a research process in 2018 to deepen their understanding of poverty in Singapore. Apart from devising sessions, their explorations include attending talks by our resource panel, a two-day drama camp, community and home visits, reading aplenty, journalling and much more. Read on to find out more!

Our First Encounter

Sat 24 February 2018

The youths met each other for the first time and together they explored three questions.

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Our Second Encounter

Fri 16 & Sat 17 March 2018

In this two-day drama camp, the youths delved deeply into the embodied experience of differences in identities, relating to power and access to resources.

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Community Walks & Interviews

May - June 2018

Guided by community and social workers, the youths explored the neighbourhoods of Ang Mo Kio and Whampoa and interviewed families and individuals living in rental flat homes.

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25 - 29 July 2018

Our pared-down festival offered a special series of devising and drama workshops that deep dived into the theme of poverty.

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Devising Process

Feb 2018 - May 2019

All the groups underwent a devising process to create original scripts. What was gathered during research, became creative stimuli.

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Doing: The Work Of Dreaming

By Teo You Yenn
July 2019

Dreaming is hard work. Unlike other tasks of learning young people are asked to do, the self is on the line. Uncomfortable questions arise...

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