A collaborative platform that seeks to create globally-recognized cultural artists by providing a platform that facilitates the process of discovery, development and exposure of talents through the implementation of five (5) Chapters of TENUN:-
➢ Chapter 1: The Happenings – Awareness & Exposure
➢ Chapter 2: Cultural Heritage Centre – Preservation
➢ Chapter 3: Masterclass – Development
➢ Chapter 4: The Artisan Summit – Incubation Program (Discover & Validation)
➢ Chapter 5: Bespoke – Socio-economic Development
Yes and no. Yes, events and festivals are one of the key action plans taken to build awareness and exposure through The Happenings, Chapter 1.
No, because it offers much more than just events and festivals. It has Masterclass programs (i.e. art classes for kids, woodworks classes for adults, talks on photography), showcases (i.e. art exhibition, film screenings, fashion presentations) and incubation and accelerator programs (mentoring, coaching and nurturing the growth and development of homegrown artists and local talents).
(a) Fund Us – We appreciate any form of financial support and in-kind contribution to assist us in our community development program through various collaborative events, festivals and activities.
(b) Propose an Event – Tell us what you want to create. As a community-driven hub, we are a team of creative professionals working towards the same goal and envision building a supportive foundation to ensure the economic sustainability for the community.
(c) Partnerships & Collaborations – We love it when artists and organisations come together on creative ideas and projects that benefit community as a whole. Share with us your ideas for arts, cultural heritage – business collaborations, and will make sure it is a success.
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We connect people worldwide with opportunities and build mutually beneficial relationships locally and globally. Our key areas are inclusive of art and creative industries such as Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Culinary, Craftsmaking, Tattoo Arts and Accessories. We are able to connect you to global networks of expertise in each of these areas.
Yes, definitely. We are open to your creative ideas to showcase talents and skills of our homegrown artists.
The diverse context we work in across all of our global regions require specific, country-by-country responses. Our teams on the ground provide deep local insight helping to deliver programmes that are culturally relevant and mutually beneficial.
We offer variety and endless opportunities for community from different identities, backgrounds and cultures. We work closely with both Government and key industry players and commission scheme is being reviewed and decided by higher management. We practice equality of our community regardless of backgrounds, identities, beliefs and cultures.
We aim to plan our programme as far in advance as possible to allow us to be creative and proactive in our programmatic and events responses – we are currently working on a strategic plan in the next 12 months.
This initiative contributes to security and stability by creating alternative pathways, and through building understanding, tolerance and cooperation. It also creates opportunities for local talents and artists by ensuring the reflection of a diverse society in our community.
At the moment, we are not a funder. However, we provide a range of support and opportunities to the local talents and artists through different channels and platforms.
Our main target audience includes government agencies, private sectors, key industry players, Non-Profit Organizations, associations, chamber of commerce and local community.
Yes, we do as our aim is to ensure that the creative industries are economically sustainable.
There is no specific location or venue for that purpose as we need to take into the consideration of suitability and on top of that, we are also working closely with different venue providers.
Every initiative has its impact measurement framework, where we measure the quantitative and qualitative indicators. But we are also aware that impact measurement connected to soft skills such as critical thinking, creative doing and lifelong-learning approach, is a complex science and is a potential area of improvement for most of the players in this field. These intangible parameters still lack clear measurement tools, therefore part of our efforts will be aimed at researching them in collaboration with our partners.
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