20-26 October 2017
ION Art Gallery, ION Orchard
People, Places & Pieces is another art exhibition organised by Very Special Arts Singapore to showcase artworks by artists with disabilities. This art exhibition will showcase artworks by 40 artists. The works are available for sale, supporting their career and livelihood.
17-23 July 2017
Changi City Point Basement 1 Atrium
Welcome to Paradise is an annual art exhibition organised by Very Special Arts Singapore to showcase artworks by artists with disabilities. Exhibiting about 100 artworks by more than 35 artists over 7 days, the event is known as the largest platform for people with disabilities to achieve financial independence through art-making. With the theme set as “Welcome to Paradise” to acknowledge our sixth year under Changi City Point’s roof, the artworks complement the flora and fauna features found in the mall.
18 – 23 January 2017
Visual Arts Centre
With an ambition to build a culture of inclusion for artists with disabilities in the art world, Dialogue was a curated art exhibition organised by Very Special Arts Singapore to eliminate the misconception that artists with disabilities are not able to produce “fine” art. This exhibition gathered more than 20 art pieces by Gregory Burns and Chng Seok Tin who shares their concerns about the society and their struggles as artists with disabilities in Singapore.
19 – 23 October 2016
Raffles City Level 3 Atrium
Joy is commonly regarded as a feeling of great pleasure and happiness and “RE:” simply means “in the matter of” (in Latin) or “in regards to” in today’s context. Hence, by adding “RE:” before “Joy”, we invited you to join us at our annual art exhibition to see what Joy truly means to our artists. Showcasing more than 100 pieces of artworks created by artists with disabilities, this art event provided an avenue for our beneficiaries to obtain financial independence through the sales of their artworks. Handicrafts and other merchandise were also on sale.
22 – 28 August 2016
Changi City Point
Featuring more than 100 pieces of paintings, An Ecstatic Vision was an art exhibition organised by VSA to showcase artworks by artists with special needs.