Make a difference to drama education in Singapore
SDEA attained charity status in 2020 (UEN: T02SS0123G), and we are enroute to attaining our Institute of Public Character (IPC) status in 2021.
SDEA is a non-profit arts advocacy organisation run by a volunteer committee voted in by a membership of 150 educators and practitioners, and supported by a full-time secretariat.
In its advocacy work, SDEA engages with as many sectors as possible on how drama and applied drama can be used in educational, organisational and community settings.
If you believe in our mission and in the impact of drama and applied theatre, please consider supporting us to keep our work going.
Some of these efforts include but are not limited to:
- SDEA's Theatre Arts Conference which happens every 2 years, bringing an international community together
- Our Drama Pedagogy Certification Course Essentials of Teaching and Learning Approaches, advancing the practice and quality of education given by drama educators
- The Tina Sergeant Professional Development Initiative which supports the professional development of young drama educators and practitioners
- Any other advocacy work by our members in the form of interest groups, empowering them to do more
If you believe in our mission and the work we do, we would very much welcome your support.
Donate to us in the following ways:
Please make your cheque payable to: Singapore Drama Educators Association. All cheques must be in Singapore Dollars. Please indicate your Name and any specific project/initiative you are supporting (if any) at the back of the cheque.
Cash sponsorships can be made in person at our office.
90 Goodman Road,
Blk B #04-02 Goodman Arts Centre,
Office Hours: from Mondays to Fridays 10am to 6pm
If you require assistance, please email email@example.com or call +65 6345 6997
Your generous contribution and support will make a difference to the arts scene and inspire practitioners and educators working with young people in drama and theatre.
SDEA Causes to Support
Here are some causes to support, from supporting the professional development of drama educators to simply helping us keep our programmes running.