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The aim of this study is to examine how Singaporean artists construct, negotiate and perform their personal and artistic identities in relation to and in context of the dominant narratives about national identity generated by the State as well as the wider socioeconomic and political context
At once a historic point of confluence between immigrant, diasporic and autochtonous communities and a globalized interconnected hub, contemporary Singapore presents a rich and unique musical scene which hasn’t often been studied. More akin to a constellation of distinct yet interconnected
The Artists-In-School-Scheme (AISS) for Pre-Schools which is a “ collaboration between NAC and the Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA) to enable pre-schoolers to gain access to quality and sustained arts programmes specifically designed by arts practitioners” (National Arts

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