Most of the time, people get together only when a project is about to take place. In Seeding Lab, we do the reverse – explore from ‘nothing’, with nobody knowing where or what our union of ideas will lead to. And we invite all curious minds – anyone who has the desire to break away from routine and try something new – to join us on this journey of discovery.
Seeding Lab is a common space and time for curious minds to generate fresh ideas and forms; to express their innermost voices.
Basic experience in your field (drama, art, photography, music, etc) and a keen interest in self-exploration is preferred.
Monday to Friday
5 sessions: 14 – 18 March 2016
7.30pm to 10.30pm
Venue: To be informed after selection
(100% attendance is required as this is a progressive workshop.)
- You should wear comfortable clothing on all sessions as we’ll be moving around quite a bit.
- Participants are responsible for your own pacing of the physical movements during the workshop – listen to your body.
- Places are limited, with priority given to paid registrations. Registration will only be confirmed when payment is made in full.
To register, please fill in this form.
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In support of youth arts participation
Facilitated by Jalyn Han
Jalyn Han is a theatre practitioner and trainer with 30 years of experience in acting, directing, scriptwriting, and theatre education. Along her artistic journey, Jalyn relentlessly seeks new challenges to broaden her horizons, by participating in the production of film and music albums, and the training of artistes. She is dedicated to creating and nurturing a lifelong love for the performing arts in children, youth and seniors.
Jalyn has worked with the SAF Music & Drama Company, The Theatre Practice, The Necessary Stage, Theatreworks, Toy Factory, as well as mainstream and special needs schools. Her recent projects include Afar (Drama Box), Chinese Festival with the Singapore Chinese Orchestra, White Soliloquy (Toy Factory), Re:kindle Love (Ko-nen Creative), Remember to Say Goodbye (TCR Music). She has also been invited thrice to choreograph the opening dances at the National Day Parade.