International Branch for impact or NGO
Previously, Social Creatives goes overseas once a year to develop our creativity, artistic flavour and gain insights with ideas to new possibilities. We believe that the world is our osyter and that the grass is greener on the other side. Our advancement plan has initiated our international efforts and local initiatives further while through strategic planning, our impact plan is found below
2008: World Community Art Day (United Kingdom, Edinburgh)-
2011: National Mural Symposium (Canada, Toronto)+-
2011: UNDP Peace Boat (Millenia Walk Singapore but with activities for 22 port of calls)
2011: International Volunteers Day
2013: S.S. Cebu (Philippines, Cebu)*
2013: Kolor Kathmandu.Mural VolunTOURism"
2014: S.S. Bratislava*
2014: Painting Berlin (Germany,Berlin)+
2015: Painting London and South East Asia Festival (United Kingdom, London)+
2015: Fudan University and Longhusan (China, Shanghai and Jiang Xi)+-
2015: 3D City- Largest anamorphic art- Resorts World. Guinness Book of Records (Channel News Asia)+
2016: Global Mural Conference (USA, NY)+-
2016/7: Arts4Peace (Africa, Ethiopia and African Union)+-
The above series of involvements were motivated by cultural diplomacy*, artwork presentation or exhibition+ and learning-. For example, Social Creatives was invited to create artworks and speak at a conference called Arts4Peace in Ethiopia by African Artists Peace Initiative. Social Creatives’ Founder also attended a dialogue session at the African Union inline with the 26th African Summit. Through learning involved-then after, Social Creatives created a proposal to create artworks in ASEAN countries, but it was rejected by the National Arts Council Singapore.
"Social Creatives sent an Artist team of 10 people to create a total of 10 public artworks. The artworks created were a mixture of artistic expressions, collaboration with local Nepali artists as well as community engagement murals. To maximize outreach and “volunTOURism”, a Delegates Team joined the programme. For more information on this project, please click here.
The collection of involvements has created plans for being an NGO or having a branch overseas inline with creating artworks of scale similar to Philadelphia Mural Arts Program but about the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals in developing countries and to create employment of non-artists to budding artists through a career curriculum.
Video of the Arts4 Peace Initiative in Ethiopia
Video of our mural in Longhusan, China.