Navigating Memory Lane

Conversations  |  SWF Playground  |  English  |  1 hr

13 Nov Sat, 6pm - 7pm
Festival Pass  - $16 (Early Bird) | $20 (Regular)
location The Arts House - Chamber
        SISTIC Live
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For your health and safety, please observe the following when visiting The Arts House:

  1. Please keep your mask on at all times.
  2. Please activate your Trace Together token or app for entry. We are no longer allowed to accept the SafeEntry app.
  3. Please practice social distancing, with individuals seated or standing at least one-metre apart from one another.
  4. Please do not enter the venue if you are feeling unwell.
  5. Extensive and regular cleaning regimes of high touch points will be performed before and after a performance. Do kindly use the hand sanitisers available around the venue.

As the COVID-19 situation in Singapore evolves, these measures will be updated in accordance to the latest advisories issued by the Singapore Government. For the latest advisories, please refer here.

Additional Safe Management Measures might also be implemented on a case-by-case basis to ensure the safety of your well-being. Please check the respective programmes' listings for vaccination requirements.

Please refer to this link for more information on the venue's Safe Management Measures.

About

Living in an ageing society, health issues that impact the elderly is a subject that more families need to grapple with. How can we broach such complex issues with our children in a sensitive and engaging way? Authors Melanie Lee and Daryl Kho discuss how they use exciting fantasy elements like mythical creatures and superpowers to explore the topic of dementia in stories for middle-grade readers.

This session is recommended for parents and children and includes a live Q&A towards the end of the session.

Please refer to this link for more information on the venue's SMMs.

Moderator

Amira is a graphic designer who believes in the power of colour and fun, and uses design as a tool to bridge communication and to foster relationships. Her love for participatory design bloomed after she completed her thesis on encouraging social interaction between people with young-onset Alzheimer’s. In 2018, she graduated with a BFA in Visual Communication from the School of Art, Design and Media (NTU) and is currently a Senior Associate (Design) at Participate in Design (P!D).

 
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