The National Gallery Singapore engaged the CCD to conduct research studies on two of their community outreach programmes: Gallery Signs (for communities who are hearing impaired) and Dialect Tours (Cantonese and Hokkien). Dr. Felicia Low conducted 3 sessions of observations for each tour over August-Dec 2019.

Completed research reports were submitted to the National Gallery at the end of February 2020. The research papers were titled:

  • The Significance of the Chinese Dialect Tours (Children’s Biennale Edition) 2019 at the National Gallery Singapore: Based on the Person-centred Framework for Arts Practices with Communities
  • Report on the Significance of the Gallery Signs Tours by National Gallery Singapore based on the Person-centered Framework for Arts Practices With Communities.