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Kaleidoscope is a platform initiated by Sigma to support the development of new works by independent artist/ arts groups. It is an ecosystem of support for new works as we bring together a community of performance art makers of various disciplines, mentors, producers, directors and most importantly, the audience. Choreographers and performers are able to get constructive feedback that aids in the development of the work through engaging in discourse with the audience in a safe and honest manner after each session. Promising works are identified and connected with opportunities to be presented to wider audiences.

What do applicants get?

  1. Up to 40 hours of dedicated studio time* (rehearsal and presentation venue will be at Sigma Collective Space - 14 x 8.4m studio)

  2. Artist Stipend (amount to be confirmed upon announcement of result)

  3. Marketing and publicity support 

  4. Technical support for the presentation at Sigma Collective Space

  5. Mentorship support by industry practitioners

  6. Archival photos and videos of rehearsal and performance.

*Slots available include weekdays before 6pm & after 10pm, most Fridays, selected Sunday afternoons and evenings, as well as selected weekday evenings till nights. Rehearsal space is subject to availability. If you require other time slots, please specify in the application form.

Who can apply?

Anyone residing within Singapore during the incubation and presentation period.

Application process

Email us at sigmacospace@gmail.com to enquire or with your proposal.

Proposal guidelines

Note: The work you will be working on must be a new work that has not been presented at any other platform before. The presentation format can be in any form as long as it is within our means.

  1. Include a write up about your proposal idea

  2. Include a bio of yourself and all collaborators (if any, including the performers. Collaborators across art disciplines are encouraged.)

  3. Include any research that you may have done on your idea (research can come in any form)

  4. Include links to videos of your work-in-progress (if any), videos of your past completed works, and/ or videos of your practice

  5. Compile all in a PDF document within 100mb

Click here for programme of past Kaleidoscope, edition V [27 May, 2023].

Click here for upcoming programme of Kaleidoscope, edition VI [08 June, 2024].

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