Got to Move 2017

Got to Move, an initiative by the National Arts Council (NAC), is the first nationwide dance movement that celebrates the diversity of dance in Singapore. With two pop-up events throughout the year in addition to an anchor festival held annually in October, Got to Move aims to ignite Singaporeans’ interest in dance and to deepen their appreciation of the art form. It is a national platform to bring together Singapore’s dance scene – professionals and enthusiasts – and to showcase their talents and works to a broad audience.
Click on the GTM SPOTLIGHT tab to learn more, find our full event listing on the Events Calendar tab and follow us at @GotToMoveSG on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube to get the latest updates.


Anchor Festival (October 2017)

GTM SPOTLIGHT organised as part of GTM, an initiative by the National Arts Council (NAC), is a one-day carnival to allow the public to experience dance in new and unconventional ways. Audiences can expect to start their mornings with an exclusively-commissioned performance at the National Gallery Singapore’s City Hall Steps followed by an opportunity to take part in the one-of-a-kind GTM Dance-Walk. The public can also try their hand at various dance taster classes at the Taster Zone, meet with the local dance community at the Dance Info Fair, and enjoy a great line-up of dance performances and interactive activities that will help them discover how easy it is to enjoy dance in their everyday lives. 

 

GTM ISLANDWIDE organised as part of GTM, an initiative by the National Arts Council (NAC), provides opportunities for the dance community to share their passion through a variety of interactive and engaging activities including dance classes, competitions, flea markets and performances. With over 200 activities, these programmes provide broad-based dance participation across Singapore during the festival period.

 

 


Pop-up Event (March 2018)

The March 2018 Pop-up event will be targeted at families and organised in conjunction with Arts in Your Neighbourhood.

 

More details will be announced at a later date.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Pop-up Event (June 2018)

The June 2018 Pop-up event will be targeted at students.

 

More details will be announced at a later date.