Citi Partners Young Budding Artists to Create Calendar with Moving Visuals, Dance and Music Performances

Animated visuals, music and dance performances will feature in Citi Commercial Bank (CCB)’s 2020 calendar.

Created in partnership with The Business Times Budding Artists Fund and &Larry, a branding consultancy and design studio, CCB’s calendar is digitally enhanced to showcase the works of more than 40 young budding artists.

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Citi’s 2020 calendar showcases youthful creativity

Sheraton Towers x The Business Times Budding Artists Fund

A special collaboration between Sheraton Towers Singapore and young artists will unravel an augmented reality journey of “Coming Together” within an exquisite box for every purchase of mooncake this Mid-Autumn. 

Against a backdrop of gentle falling petals, children play and families meet under a brightly lit moon in this Tech + Art mini artscape. Illustrated and animated by young talents from The Little Arts Academy – an arts training centre supported by BT BAF-  see their works come alive in this delightful celebration of Mid-Autumn.

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Certis Community Give-Back Programme

Leading advanced integrated security services provider Certis is partnering with The Business Times Budding Artists Fund (BT BAF) to launch a series of activities to empower the children and youth from disadvantaged backgrounds through the arts. Called Community Give-Back, the programme will enable the children and youth who have received from the BT BAF to use their talents to give back to the community.

To kick-off the launch at The Little Arts Academy North Campus I, more than 20 staff and management volunteers from presenting donor Certis and children and youth from BT BAF engaged with 20 children from Club Rainbow in a workshop to create an augmented reality artwork using clay models and stop-motion videography.

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Certis partners BT Budding Artists Fund

Cha-Ching, a community financial literacy programme by Prudential


Forty children from The Business Times Budding Artists Fund (BT BAF) put up a special performance at the Prudential Marina Bay Carnival on Wednesday. The performers, managed by The RICE Company, presented a 30-minute set that combined elements of percussion, song, dance and theatre. The RICE Company provides training in the arts to children from financially-disadvantaged backgrounds.

The show was inspired by and built around Cha-Ching – a financial literacy programme
developed by Prudence Foundation, which is designed to help children aged between 7 and 12 learn the fundamental money management concepts of earn, save, spend and donate.

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