In recognition of the artistic promise of Young Artist Award recipients, the Young Artist Award Grant supports recipients of the award in continuing their artistic pursuits and development. The grant can be used for arts projects or studies that have a positive impact on the recipient’s artistic development, or to the local arts scene.


Young Artist Award recipients are invited to share their proposal for this Grant, which they may apply for within two years of receiving the Young Artist Award. 





The Master Artist Series (MAS) allows both educators and students to learn from prolific artists who are masters and pioneers of their artistic practice.


MAS Students 

Formerly known as the Cultural Medallion Speaker Series in Schools, the MAS (Students) scheme has reached more than 1000 schools since 2012 through an array of talks and workshops. Recent workshops include speakers such as Haresh Sharma, Amanda Heng, and Riduan Zalani, and have taken place both in person and via digital platform.



MAS Teachers


The MAS (Teachers) allows Visual Art, Music, Drama and Dance teachers to benefit from talks, masterclasses or workshops conducted by Cultural Medallion (CM) and Young Artist Award (YAA) recipients. The scheme is a collaboration with the Ministry of Education’s Singapore Teachers Academy for the aRts (MOE-STAR) and Arts Education Branch (MOE-AEB) to support the capability development of teachers.


If you have any queries on the Master Artist Series, please contact