An audience member navigates in a maze of colourful ropes with touch, listening carefully to the audio track (Photo Credit: Samuel Woo)
Festival Programmes (Sundays, 23 & 30 Jan 2022)
As part of our Move For?ward (Unseen: Inside Out) art installation at the Light to Night Festival 2022, we're hosting a series of talks and programmes for you to engage with our creative team and co-creators!

Eventbrite Registration required.

We are committed to make this event accessible to as many people as possible. If you require a specific accessibility arrangement, please inform us via Google Form at least 10 days before the event. We will work with you to facilitate your requests.
Some accessibility arrangements that we can provide on request include but are not limited to:
- Singapore Sign Language interpretation
- Wheelchair access seating
- Assistance dog friendly seating
Artist Talk: The Making of Move For?ward poster with speaker profile images
23 January, 2 - 3PM
National Gallery Singapore, Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium, B1
Speakers: Claire Teo, Kira Lim, Samuel Woo and Clarence Chung
Moderater: Alecia Neo
Features the creative team behind Move For?ward (Unseen: Inside Out), who will share their artistic processes behind the artwork.
Panel Discussion: Desiring Connections poster featuring speaker profile pictures
30 January, 2 - 3PM
National Gallery Singapore, Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium, B1

Speakers: Claire Teo, Wan Wai Yee, Firdaus Jaafar, Oh Boon Keng
Moderator: Andrew Ng
A discussion of common assumptions about the impact of disability on intimate and professional relationships. Speakers share their insights on stigma and forming authentic connections with persons with disability. 
This is a collaboration between Unseen Art Initiatives and the publishing house Pagesetters Services.
23 and 30 January
National Gallery Singapore, Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium Foyer (Art Installation)

3.30 - 5PM (UPDATED)
5.30 - 7PM (NEW)
8 - 9.30PM (UPDATED)
15 pax per session, 1.5 hours

An intimate session with our co-creators (Firdhaus Jaafar, Desmond Toh and Cheyenne Phua) with artists Claire Teo and Kira Lim, where they share key aspects of the installation and engage in dialogue with you.

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