Once upon a time, there was a boy named David. One day, he heard that a giant was bullying the people in his land. He knew this was not a nice thing to do, so he decided to do what was right. In the story, “David and Goliath”, Storyteller Dwayne shares how a brave little boy mustered the courage to stand up to a mean and terrifying giant! Enjoy this meaningful tale about conquering fears and facing your own giants.
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Start Sales Date
19 May 2020, 9am
Approximately 17 minutes
Gateway Arts believes that the arts enrich our lives, and that everyone should have opportunity to enjoy and engage in the arts.
To this end, we strive to make our programmes accessible, whether by keeping our programmes free for all, or by offering a discount to community partners and beneficiaries. Your support will help us to bring the arts to more audiences through our artistic and community programmes. Join us in enriching more lives with the beauty and power of the arts.
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Gateway Arts needs your help! We have started a temporary financial assistance fund called Gateway Arts Solidarity Fund. This one-off S$500 cash assistance is for Singapore Citizen and Singapore Permanent Resident freelancers in the local performing arts industry who have suffered job loss or loss of income due to cancelled and/or postponed projects arising from the COVID-19 outbreak, have worked with Gateway before, and are now facing great difficulty making ends meet during this challenging period.
Gateway Arts knows that every bit counts. We have received over S$50,000 in donations from LoveSingapore and other anonymous donors, which is sufficient to support 100 individuals. We hope to raise S$25,000 in public donations to supplement this amount and support more arts freelancers* in need. Any amount is welcome.
A S$500 donation from you can support one freelancer in need of financial assistance during these difficult times. Every dollar contributed will go a long way in helping the Singapore performing arts community get back on its feet. Please help us spread the word so that we can hit our target of S$25,000. Thank you very much for your generosity and support!
For more information and to support the Gateway Arts Solidarity Fund, visit gasf.gateway.sg
*According to the 2016 Arts & Cultural Employment Survey conducted by the National Arts Council, 47% of respondents were freelancers, indicating that freelancers form a significant proportion of our arts ecosystem.