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Community Programme
The ArtLink Community Programme was launched in 2017 with the aim of bringing visual art workshops to children and youth from underprivileged communities in Singapore.
For each edition, Art Outreach works closely with an artist-facilitator to develop a series of meaningful art appreciation and art-making workshops that engage participants while exploring important values to build their self-awareness, empathy, and resilience. The sessions give participants the chance to delve into a variety of themes, experiment with different art mediums, and actively engage in group discussions to deepen their exploration of art. Previous workshops have covered topics such as printmaking, papermaking, and paper mache.
To date, we have collaborated with 16 social service agencies, including: Beyond Social Services, TOUCH Community Services, Lakeside Family Services, TRANS Family Services, Young Women’s Christian Association, Life Community Services, Children's Wishing Well, HOPE Centre, TASEK Jurong, Marymount Centre, Singapore Children’s Society, and Blessings in a Bag. We have also extended the workshop to seniors where possible.
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Our Beneficiaries
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ArtLink Community Programme
Open Call

Looking for Artist Facilitators for Nov/Dec 2023 and Jun 2024.

Applications close 10 July 2023.


To receive the guidelines and application form via email, please fill in the fields and click "Submit".

Thanks for submitting! Please check your email inbox or spam mailbox for our email.

Support ARTLink

We are able to offer these workshops for free thanks to the generosity of our donors. Help us bring the transformative power of visual arts to underprivileged children in Singapore. Your donation, no matter the amount, will provide them with access to creativity, self-expression, and personal growth. Join us in creating a brighter future through art. Donate today!


Art Outreach is an Institute of Public Character, and your donations are tax-deductible. Singapore taxpayers are eligible for a 250% tax exemption.


We also welcome volunteers to make a direct impact by helping to facilitate the workshops. If you are passionate about art and want to contribute your time and skills, please register your interest and we will get in touch with you.


Do note that most sessions are conducted on weekdays, during working hours.

How to Donate?
By Cheque

Please mail cheque to:

Art Outreach Singapore Ltd
5 Lock Road
#01-06, Gillman Barracks
Singapore 108933

For cheque donations, please include your full name, NRIC/FIN number, address, and contact number for your Tax Deduction Receipt (TDR).

Make a secure online tax deductible donation‏ through NVPC's portal,


UEN: 200304127K

For Singapore donations only.

Please email us your screenshot with your full name and NRIC for a 250% tax exemption for Singapore taxpayers.

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