Breaking barriers through the arts: Shantanjali Festival of Arts 2018

It started with a firm belief that art is too important not to share – because it has the ability to connect people in powerful ways.

The Shantanjali Festival of Arts (SFA) 2018 aimed to help artists in Singapore break out of their comfort zones and find strength in collaboration.

Held from October 27-28 at the Kallang Community Club, SFA was organised by the Temple of Fine Arts (TFA). 

From singers to dancers, spoken word artists to migrant workers who share their unheard stories from distant homes, SFA featured a wide range of performers, including artists of diverse abilities and special needs. 

Connected to India had a great time at the festival. Thrilled to share the excitement and the joy we witnessed. Do watch on and spread the happiness ahead. 

 

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Punam Sharrma
Punam Sharrma – Co-founder and Head of Content

Punam is an accomplished Broadcast Professional with over 21 years of hands-on experience in Broadcast Industry, anchoring news and sports-based programs targeted at Asian audiences. A Chevening Scholar at Cardiff University, she worked as an Editor, Anchor and Producer for organisations like ESPN, TV Today and India Today. Recognised as the first Indian female news anchor for international sports broadcaster at ESPN. Out of box thinker with innovative programming initiatives that led to winning of prestigious awards.

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