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Wed Sep 26 2018, 10:00am
Thu Sep 27 2018, 10:00am
Fri Sep 28 2018, 10:00am
Sat Sep 29 2018, 10:00am
Sun Sep 30 2018, 10:00am

Where: Raffles City Shopping Centre, Level 3 Atrium, 252 North Bridge Road, City Hall, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: mailsecretsidewalk

Guest of Honour President Halimah Yacob will be speaking at the 11th YR CAE, an annual exhibition introduced in 2007 as a meaningful platform for inmates to express their hopes, dreams and aspirations through contemporary artworks. YR CAE aims to enable inmates to showcase their artistic talents to the larger community, and to build closer ties among inmates, ex-offenders and the community. This year’s exhibition, themed “Transitions: Crossroads & Choices”, will feature 78 artworks in various mediums by inmates.

This year also marks the 15th anniversary of the Yellow Ribbon Project, highlighting the cause’s long-standing dedication in driving acceptance for ex-offenders and encouraging Singaporeans to recognise the importance of community support. We invite you to join us at the YR CAE. The exhibition is open to the public and admission is free.

See life through the eyes of inmates on artwork displays in different media, such as mixed media art, and show your support for the Yellow Ribbon Project by adopting the art pieces on display. Proceeds from the adoption will go towards the Yellow Ribbon Fund, which supports a variety of rehabilitation and reintegration programmes and services for inmates, ex-offenders, and their families.

Special Feature
Themed “The Invisible Victims of Incarceration”, a special exhibit highlighting illustrations of the hopes and aspirations of the children of ex-offenders will be up for display at the YR CAE. This exhibit showcases the efforts of the CapitaLand – YRF Children Support Programme, which seeks to support and nurture the development of some 100 children of ex-offenders aged 3–12 years old over a two-year period.

For more details, visit the Yellow Ribbon Project Facebook Page.