Nail Aesthetician. Graphic Designer. Crystal bracelet curator. The many talented lives of Annabel Lee. But that’s not all. She says it would be more exciting if a full time job comes along.Read More
In our next season, Bold is looking for youths who are budding seekers and creators. Curious individuals who share our beliefs and are keen to commit to adding on to our BOLD culture. But before that, do us a favour and read on Jowelyn’s personal reflections to know what you are in for.Read More
A constant exploration to make visible the work of our youths as they journey through changes in their life. In this piece, listen into their pursuits and spot something in common between the two of them.Read More
An eloquent recount by Sindy, a participant of the recently concluded Sew Simple workshop- this workshop imparts more than just the skills of sewing. It is an attitude of trying, she says.Read More
What happens when we bring together different groups of youths who are seemingly in their own definition of liminal spaces? What we once associated such a space to be with, perhaps can now take on a different meaning.Read More
Much has been captured about the Tanjong Pagar railway track and its’ green corridor but what’s lesser known is the Jurong railway track, that we suspect had a huge role to play back in the days when Jurong was lined with factories after factories. Surely, there must be economic rationale for its existenceRead More
If I had to summarise an outcome of our role in the recent Makan with Seniors prototype of what the future of intergenerational engagement could be, this question would be it- What are you not seeing because you are seeing what you are seeing?Read More
Watching the duo - Jerry and Dorothy conceptualise and organise the recent Love Pazaar was quite a ‘treat’ to many of us. This piece articulates the origin of where the idea of love was first ‘caught’ and their views of how the outcome of love should be in the constant defining and practicing of of itRead More
When Cody walked through, we could sense his desire to free one’s attachment from the stimulants of food that the ‘outside world’ provides and to value cooking as a back-to-basic and yet cherished process.Read More
Vincent, a participant of our recent life-hack class on Bodyfulness, through a conversation with Yoek the coordinator, explores the intersections between space and learning, shared curiosities and community and most significantly, the question of who really holds the power over our learning?
I decided to write a song to see if this was something I really wanted to do as a job — which was how ‘Dreamfools’ came about.Read More
The universe has a you-shaped spot which awaits you and your work, and we believe in finding that place of ease that is you.Read More
Curious to find out what your job archetypes might be? You could be a Wizard wielding magic spells, a Companion dispensing comradely advice, or a Creator of bijou and beautiful things.Read More
In this sneak peek conversation between Life Hack coordinator- Yoek Ling and Campus Partner- Kathy Gabriel, we uncover why narratives while useful can be a distraction from the real work and realization of who we are .Read More
They say, don’t be afraid to try new things and most importantly, have fun! This is what it looks like when we free up what ‘should-be’ and show up in the moment- never not trying.Read More
Sew Simple was developed to transfer a skill set to somebody, as a time of respite or skill learning, so that they no longer need to feel helpless watching their loved ones struggle with something as basic and necessary, such as dressing.