Noise Interchange: A Youth Arts Symposium


Organised by the National Arts Council, Noise Interchange is a meeting point for arts managers, educators, programmers and organisations working with youth in the arts to come together to discuss pertinent issues within the Singapore youth arts landscape.

Learn and be inspired by esteemed speakers including Tricia Walton (Carclew), Felix Ng (Anonymous), Pat Law (GOODSTUPH), Takuya Takei (teamLab) and Kok Heng Leun (Drama Box) as they share ideas on developing audiences, building and sustaining online communities, making a small budget count, and more.

Friday, 24 March 2017

National Library Building (Symposium), Hood Bar (After party)

9am - 430pm (Symposium), 5pm - 730pm (After party)

$30 (Early Bird tickets available till 13 Mar)
$40 (Standard tickets sales start from 14 Mar)
*All tickets include breakfast, lunch and entry to after party.


(We meet at The Pod at National Library Building to start the day,)

9am - 930am: Breakfast and Registration
930am - 10am: Opening Remarks by Kenneth Kwok, Director, Arts & Youth, National Arts Council
10am - 1015am: Theatre Performance by students from the Diploma in Applied Drama and Psychology, Singapore Polytechnic and led by Oniatta Effendi
1015am - 1130am: Keynote speech - Programming for Youth by Tricia Walton, Executive Director, Carclew (AU)
1130am - 1pm: Lunch

(Proceed to Imagination and Possibility Rooms at National Library Building in the afternoon,)

1pm - 120pm:
(1A - Project Management)
Doing More With Less by Felix Ng, Creative Director, Anonymous
(1B - Audience Development)
Developing Future Audiences by Hyder Albar, Founder, Invasion

130pm - 150pm
(2A - Audience Engagement)
Attracting (and Keeping) An Audience Who Grew Up With YouTube and Instagram by Pat Law, Founder, GOODSTUPH
(2B - Meet The Artists)
Street Art by Zero, Artist, RSCLS
Designing an Experience by Takuya Takei, Asia Regional Director, teamLab (JP)

2pm - 220pm
(3A - Soft Skills)
Pitching a Project by Jonathan Chang, Director, Lien Centre for Social Innovation, SMU
Building a Community by Kenny Leck, Co-Founder, BooksActually
(3B - Arts Outreach)
Lest We Forget by Kok Heng Leun, Artistic Director, Drama Box
Bridging Cultural Differences by Alysha Hermann, Creative Producer, Carclew (AU)

(And return to The Pod at National Library Building to round up the symposium,)

230pm - 3pm
: Tea
3pm - 330pm: The World I Wish For by Grace Clapham, Co-Founder, The Change School
330pm - 4pm: Panel Q&A with all Short Talk speakers
4pm - 415pm: Dance Performance by P71:SMA
415pm - 430pm: Closing Remarks

(And gather at Hood Bar after to network, relax, and party!)

5pm - 730pm: After Party with a performance by JAWN

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