MUSIC & ART
THERAPY / INCLUSIVE CLASSES
DRUM PRODIGY SINGAPORE
is a centre by Shisha Productions Pte Ltd, a social enterprise to provide arts education and wellness programmes for all abilities.
Special needs and mainstream music programmes. Group and Individual sessions. Drum Circle Workshops. Junk Percussion Workshops. Holiday programmes. In school programmes. Private sessions
Faith Music Centre
A member of the The Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise, raiSE, Faith Music Centre was set up in mid-2008 to provide keyboard, piano, guitar (acoustic/ lead/ bass), vocal, drum and ukulele courses. Our learners include children, adults and senior citizens. In addition to the able-bodied, our learners also include persons with disabilities (PWDs) as a part of our social mission.
Our objectives are to impart musical abilities to these learners, and lead them to perform solo, in bands or ensembles and share the joy of music with residents in old age and children homes in Singapore and overseas. We also partner with various organizations as a part of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to bring song and fun activities to the residents of these homes.
Prospect Music Therapy also focuses on providing support to community musicians in Singapore working with people with special needs and eldercare, and individuals interested in pursuing music therapy as a career through workshops throughout the year.
BLU ENERGY MUSIC
Blu Energy Music's social mission is to raise awareness for students with learning difficulties and give all aspiring students a chance to showcase their abilities on stage. It also provides subsidised music courses to disabled from lower income families.
Blu Energy Music provides music courses such as piano and violin and organises a charity concert once every year where 100% of the profits will be ploughed back to charitable organisations.
Bernard @ Arterspace
Very Special Arts Singapore is a local charity organisation dedicated to providing opportunities for people with disabilities to be involved in the arts. For the past 24 years, VSA Singapore has been running successful art programmes, workshops, competitions and art exhibitions for the special needs community, creating awareness among members of the public of their immense talent and resilience.
Dove Doodle Pte Ltd is a Singapore-based social enterprise set up in April 2013. It aims to build an inclusive society through promoting visual arts in the community and celebrating diversities among individuals with artistic inclinations and abilities. We believe everyone is abled differently. Let’s focus on ability.
Dove Doodle celebrates diversities among individuals with artistic inclinations and abilities, particularly artists with a disability and young emerging artists. It aims to build a prosocial community that practices inclusiveness and embraces social integration through a capability perspective.
Seedztudio hosts creative art classes that introduces mix media to the students. The students will then explore different types of clays and paints to create various art forms. Teaching them to use their observation skills, problem solving skills and creative skills to work together.
The teacher Elizabeth is inclusive, caring and welcomes differently abled children to come and just have a good time there.
The school has developed into a full performing arts centre and now offers creative programmes for babies and toddlers, drama, performance acting, musical theatre, dance, music and art and craft for children of all ages and adults too!
Inclusive drama classes
-Can accommodate some children with special needs.
-Teacher Roshni who teaches creative drama is very supportive and tries ways to connect.
-Trial lessons are available.
Huma specializes in art therapy with children and adolescents.
"I found my calling through art therapy in which I am conducting
doctoral research in children with autism and sensory integration
Introducing group art therapy sessions for parents and caregivers of children with differences
JAY JAY JOLLY
Through our variety of arts and crafts programmes, services and our operational practices, we aim to do our part in building a more inclusive society while encouraging creativity, interaction, bonding, character building, better motor skills and self-confidence. Since 2011, we have been dedicated to educate and engage all ages through fun and colourful activities with our customizable and specially designed JayJayJolly art and craft programmes.