The Youth Arts Camp (YAC), well into its fifth year now, attests to the strong intent of inculcating art as a learning tool and further developing a creative-critical approach towards problem-solving among the young.
The place-based learning programme, as part of the Cultural Heritage Education Programme (CHEP) organised by Arts-ED to provide innovative community-based arts and culture education in rural and urban communities, aims to introduce and promote understanding of tangible and intangible cultural heritage in a specific site, i.e. the local wet market to secondary school students through creative art workshops.
Facilitated by artists, the nine-day camp required young participants to ...
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