Got to Move

Got to Move (GTM), an initiative by the National Arts Council (NAC), is the nationwide dance movement that celebrates the diversity of dance in Singapore. With 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 professionals and enthusiasts and to showcase their talents and works to a diverse audience.


Anchor Festival (October 2019)

GTM 2018 October

Got to Move (GTM), an initiative by the National Arts Council (NAC), is a nationwide dance movement that celebrates the diversity of dance in Singapore. Got to Move aims to ignite Singaporeans’ interest in dance and to deepen their appreciation of the art form. This national platform brings together Singapore’s dance professionals and enthusiasts to showcase their talents and works to a diverse audience.

 

The fifth edition of the GTM anchor festival runs from 4-27 October 2019. The month long festival has something for everyone including the GTM Dance-Walk, interactive performances, family-friendly dance activities and programmes that bring the joy of dance to everyone.


Pop-up Event (March 2019)

GTM March 2019

 

Got to Move Pop-Up

 

Got to Move, Singapore's nationwide dance movement, is back in March for the first pop-up event of 2019! Groove with your family to one of our exciting programmes this March at Our Tampines Hub. Watch a story coe to life through dance as O School transforms your ordinary visit to Tampines Regional Library into an immersive and interactive story-telling experience on 16 and 17 March. Join us again on 24 March for a fun and casual dance encounter with the professional dancers from Arts Fission and community performers from the neighbourhood and be prepared to be swept off your feet as they show us how dance is a great way to bring young and old together! 

 

More details here: 16 & 17 March Programme;  24 March Programme