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Christmas Party 2019

Together with SADeaf, the Social Group of the Deaf (SGD) is inviting our Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing friends to join our Christmas Party!

Please register with Elizabeth at SADeaf. Cash payment will be collected upon registration. For enquiries, please contact Elizabeth (Elizabeth@sadeaf.org.sg or 97917566).

Gardenia Factory Tour

Gardenia is bringing the Deaf and hard-of-hearing community on a tour to educate participants about the goodness of Gardenia bread and its unqiue method of bread-making. View the actual production process from an elevated walkway, and catch a whiff of the heavenly aroma of Gardenia’s freshly baked bread! Participants will also be treated to yummy Gardenia bread and buns for refreshment.

Event : Gardenia Bread Factory Tour
Date : 11 November 2019 (Monday)
Time : 1.30pm to 4pm
Meeting point : SADeaf car park (two way transport is provided)
Fee : $5

Please register with Elizabeth at elizabeth@sadeaf.org.sg or 9791 7566 if you wish to join the tour.

Focus Group Discussion with MSF

SADeaf will be hosting a focus group discussion in collaboration with The Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) to better understand the aspirations and challenges of the Deaf and hard-of-hearing community. Minister of State Mr Sam Tan and Ms Denise Phua would be present at the session.

Date: 8 Nov 2019, Friday
Time: 10.30am – 1pm
Venue: SADeaf Hall
Address: 227 Mountbatten Rd, Singapore 397998

For sign up and more information about the session, please go to: http://bit.ly/2NtGYB0. Please note that there are limited spaces available for this session. We will send you a confirmation email after sign-ups have closed.

You may contact kelvin@sadeaf.org.sg for enquires.

Hello, How Do You Move

“Hello, How Do You Move?” is a site-specific dance performance created by Ammar, a deaf choreographer, dancer and film maker and Rachel Nip, a hearing dance, choreographer and theatre practitioner. As part of Substation’s A Public Square, this project explores how people of varying abilities can communicate and express ourselves through movement and the senses. The project engages the audience to experience the public space in and around Substation’s SAD Bar with improvised dance movement that responds to the design, history, uses and people associated with it. “Hello, How Do You Move?” was first developed for Practice Tuckshop Incubation Programme in 2019.

The performance will be followed by a post-performance talk with the choreographers and performers where the audience will be able to ask questions, share reactions and responses. All post talk sessions will have Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) interpretation.

Hello, How Do You Move

“Hello, How Do You Move?” is a site-specific dance performance created by Ammar, a deaf choreographer, dancer and film maker and Rachel Nip, a hearing dance, choreographer and theatre practitioner. As part of Substation’s A Public Square, this project explores how people of varying abilities can communicate and express ourselves through movement and the senses. The project engages the audience to experience the public space in and around Substation’s SAD Bar with improvised dance movement that responds to the design, history, uses and people associated with it. “Hello, How Do You Move?” was first developed for Practice Tuckshop Incubation Programme in 2019.

The performance will be followed by a post-performance talk with the choreographers and performers where the audience will be able to ask questions, share reactions and responses. All post talk sessions will have Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) interpretation.

Hello, How Do You Move?

Hello, How Do You Move?” is a site-specific dance project created by Ammar, a deaf choreographer, dancer and film-maker and Rachel Nip, a hearing dancer, choreographer and theatre practitioner. This project explores how people of varying abilities can communicate and express ourselves through movement and the senses. The project engages the audience to experience movement in different spaces that are usually not considered traditional performance spaces. The improvised movements respond to the space’s design, history, uses and people associated with it.

Performances will be on 9 and 16 November (Saturday) at Practice Tuckshop at 58 Waterloo. Showtimes are 4:30pm and 7:30pm on both days. Tickets are $15. Enjoy 10% discount with promo code EARLYBIRD until 25 October.
Event information: https://peatix.com/event/1331958

Ammar and Rachel will also restage this project on 7 December (Saturday) at Substation’s SAD Bar at 45 Armenian St. Showtimes are at 5pm and 7:30pm. All performances will have a post-performance talk with the choreographers and performers where the audience will be able to ask questions, share reactions and responses. All post talk sessions will have Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) interpretation. Tickets are free but pre-registration required.
Event information: https://peatix.com/event/1321576

“Hello, How Do You Move?” was first developed for Practice Tuckshop Incubation Programme in 2019. The re-staging at SAD Bar is supported by Substation as part of Substation’s A Public Square.

Hello, How Do You Move?

Hello, How Do You Move?” is a site-specific dance project created by Ammar, a deaf choreographer, dancer and film-maker and Rachel Nip, a hearing dancer, choreographer and theatre practitioner. This project explores how people of varying abilities can communicate and express ourselves through movement and the senses. The project engages the audience to experience movement in different spaces that are usually not considered traditional performance spaces. The improvised movements respond to the space’s design, history, uses and people associated with it.

Performances will be on 9 and 16 November (Saturday) at Practice Tuckshop at 58 Waterloo. Showtimes are 4:30pm and 7:30pm on both days. Tickets are $15. Enjoy 10% discount with promo code EARLYBIRD until 25 October.
Event information: https://peatix.com/event/1331958

Ammar and Rachel will also restage this project on 7 December (Saturday) at Substation’s SAD Bar at 45 Armenian St. Showtimes are at 5pm and 7:30pm. All performances will have a post-performance talk with the choreographers and performers where the audience will be able to ask questions, share reactions and responses. All post talk sessions will have Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) interpretation. Tickets are free but pre-registration required.
Event information: https://peatix.com/event/1321576

“Hello, How Do You Move?” was first developed for Practice Tuckshop Incubation Programme in 2019. The re-staging at SAD Bar is supported by Substation as part of Substation’s A Public Square.

Hello, How Do You Move?

Hello, How Do You Move?” is a site-specific dance project created by Ammar, a deaf choreographer, dancer and film-maker and Rachel Nip, a hearing dancer, choreographer and theatre practitioner. This project explores how people of varying abilities can communicate and express ourselves through movement and the senses. The project engages the audience to experience movement in different spaces that are usually not considered traditional performance spaces. The improvised movements respond to the space’s design, history, uses and people associated with it.

Performances will be on 9 and 16 November (Saturday) at Practice Tuckshop at 58 Waterloo. Showtimes are 4:30pm and 7:30pm on both days. Tickets are $15. Enjoy 10% discount with promo code EARLYBIRD until 25 October.
Event information: https://peatix.com/event/1331958

Ammar and Rachel will also restage this project on 7 December (Saturday) at Substation’s SAD Bar at 45 Armenian St. Showtimes are at 5pm and 7:30pm. All performances will have a post-performance talk with the choreographers and performers where the audience will be able to ask questions, share reactions and responses. All post talk sessions will have Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) interpretation. Tickets are free but pre-registration required.
Event information: https://peatix.com/event/1321576

“Hello, How Do You Move?” was first developed for Practice Tuckshop Incubation Programme in 2019. The re-staging at SAD Bar is supported by Substation as part of Substation’s A Public Square.

Hello, How Do You Move?

Hello, How Do You Move?” is a site-specific dance project created by Ammar, a deaf choreographer, dancer and film-maker and Rachel Nip, a hearing dancer, choreographer and theatre practitioner. This project explores how people of varying abilities can communicate and express ourselves through movement and the senses. The project engages the audience to experience movement in different spaces that are usually not considered traditional performance spaces. The improvised movements respond to the space’s design, history, uses and people associated with it.

Performances will be on 9 and 16 November (Saturday) at Practice Tuckshop at 58 Waterloo. Showtimes are 4:30pm and 7:30pm on both days. Tickets are $15. Enjoy 10% discount with promo code EARLYBIRD until 25 October.
Event information: https://peatix.com/event/1331958

Ammar and Rachel will also restage this project on 7 December (Saturday) at Substation’s SAD Bar at 45 Armenian St. Showtimes are at 5pm and 7:30pm. All performances will have a post-performance talk with the choreographers and performers where the audience will be able to ask questions, share reactions and responses. All post talk sessions will have Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) interpretation. Tickets are free but pre-registration required.
Event information: https://peatix.com/event/1321576

“Hello, How Do You Move?” was first developed for Practice Tuckshop Incubation Programme in 2019. The re-staging at SAD Bar is supported by Substation as part of Substation’s A Public Square.

Community Garden Event 2019

Join NParks this November at the Community Garden Festival 2019 as we learn about Singapore’s gardening journey through the years! Two-way transport from SADeaf will be provided.

Date: 1 Nov 2019, Friday
Time: 10.30am – 1.30pm
Venue: Jurong Lake Gardens (2-way transport from SADeaf will be provided)