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Nurul Faeezah Bte Paijan

Nurul Faeezah Bte Paijan

BA(Hons) Arts Management
2017 — 2020

Nurul Faeezah's interest in the arts drove her to pursue her studies and a career in this field. She strongly believes in the importance of the arts as a platform for public discourse and salient issues. She intends to pursue projects that benefit the society and marginalised communities.


Research interests: programme and volunteer management, customer service and partnerships.
Past projects include Teater Ekamatra's Projek Suitcase, Drama Box's Both Sides, Now, ArtsWok Collaborative's M1 Peer Pleasure Youth Theatre Festival.

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Thesis abstract

Investigating the sustainability of community engaged art in Singapore

The focus and role of community engaged arts in Singapore have evolved over the years, with different policies in place to create more emphasis on community engagement in the arts. Despite increased efforts to bring the arts to local public spaces, there remains a lack of emphasis on social aspects of community engaged art projects and limited engagement with communities to identify their needs. The dissertation addresses how various community engaged individuals and organisations sustain themselves and maintain artistic intent while working within potentially conflicting government frameworks and agendas.

Work experience

Jul – Sep 2019
The Bicentennial Experience

Jun – Aug 2019
ArtsWok Collaborative

Apr – Aug 2016
National Gallery Singapore