Heritage in Your Hands

Would you like to play a part in shaping Singapore’s longest-running Heritage Festival? This year, you get a chance to do so!

Join us to find out what kind of festival goer you are and discover new possible ways to explore the lesser-known yet timeless stories of Singapore! At the same time, learn more about how students from the SMU Arts and Culture Management Programme responded to a call to develop proposals on how to feature overlooked local narratives in meaningful yet delightful formats, and vote for your favourite proposal.

Be inspired, get to know the motivations and tastes of youths today, and shape what heritage means in Singapore.

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About the Arts and Culture Management Programme at Singapore Management University (SMU)

This microsite is based on the final projects produced by students from “ACM214 Arts, Culture Industries and Everyday Life”, one of the experiential learning courses offered by the Arts and Culture Management (ACM) Programme based in the School of Social Sciences at Singapore Management University. The programme provides an interdisciplinary blend of conceptual and skills-based learning to equip students with the foundational knowledge, critical awareness, managerial aptitude and strategic reflexivity for entry into the arts and creative industries. The hallmark strength of the ACM programme is its focus and close linkages to the Singapore arts and cultural practice and policy communities, and the practices and challenges of arts and cultural management in contemporary Southeast Asian societies.  

 Enjoyed this programme? Let us know what you think here and receive a $5 Grab Food voucher*.
*limited to the first 500 complete responses

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