Organised by ART:DIS
Curated by John Tung
Featuring works by Aaron Yap, Alexavier Ang, Amelia Tan, Ariel Koh, Avlynn Ng, Beatrice Goh, Chong Yao Qing, Christian Tan, Ek Jin Siau, Ezra Chan, Floyd Thien, Hugh Lee, Joshua Lee, Joshua Tang, Joycelin Toh, Kenneth Lee, Jared Lee, Mitchell Soh, Nicholas Tan, Noah Tan, Serene Sng, Simeon Tan, Sunshine, Rajendran Thilak Laxman, Trevor Lee and Zack Ling

9 to 18 Jun 2023
Venue: Objectifs Chapel Gallery
Free admission

Opening: Thu 8 Jun, 6.30pm – 9pm

Public programmes: Limited slots available, click here to register
Curator Tour – Sat 10 Jun, 2.30pm or Sat 17 Jun, 1pm (Free admission, registration required)
Touch Tour – Sun, 18 Jun, 2pm (Free admission, registration required)
Panel Talk (Visual Arts) – Sat 10 Jun, 3.30pm (Free admission, registration required)
Panel Talk (Ceramics) – Sat 17 Jun 2pm (Free admission, registration required)
Cartoon Drawing Workshop – Sat 10 Jun, 1pm ($5 per ticket)
Water Marbling Workshop – Sun 11 Jun, 3pm ($5 per ticket)
Air Dry Clay Workshop – Sat 17 Jun, 3.30pm ($5 per ticket)
Jumping Clay Workshop – Sun 18 Jun, 3pm ($5 per ticket)

How can we encourage more to look at the world with fresh eyes, unencumbered by the norms and standards of society? Perhaps start at A Piece Of Home, a group exhibition featuring 26 young persons with disabilities (PwDs). Organised by ART:DIS and curated by award-winning exhibition-maker John Tung, the comprehensive showcase of over 60 artworks across paintings, prints & ceramics invites viewers to suspend notions of what is commonplace and to embrace difference instead.

“Home is a complex concept that shapes our identity and sense of belonging, and for these artists, this concept can be especially nuanced and layered. Working outside of traditional art institutions and conventions, their experiences and personal interests have shaped the artworks on display. At A Piece of Home, I encourage viewers to consider the ways in which art transcends limitations as this exhibition offers a rare moment of authenticity that is seldom encountered in the art world today,” said John in his curatorial statement.

This exhibition is a highlight of ART:DIS’s 30th anniversary celebration and a cumulation of a year of artist-in-training programme in the Fine Arts and Ceramics faculty. Held at Objectifs, an arts space nestled amongst many art institutions, we hope to raise the visibility of artists with disabilities, expose them to professional art spaces and invite others into their world where art is a sanctuary. Let their creations ignite your imagination and remind you of the power of finding solace in familiar spaces.

Accompanying the exhibition are also public programmes facilitated by artists with disabilities. Share in their joy of creating art and expressing yourself through a variety of mediums. Spaces are limited, click here to find out more and register.


ART:DIS exists to serve and create opportunities for persons with disabilities in the arts. By adopting the definition used within Singapore’s Enabling Masterplan, this means we are committed to enabling, empowering and engaging persons whose prospects of securing, retaining and advancing in education and employment are substantially reduced as a result of physical, sensory and/or intellectual disabilities.

As one of the few social service agencies (SSAs) in Singapore that accepts students or artists with physical, sensory and/or intellectual disabilities, this means we have differentiated approaches to learning, training and collaborating which are adapted to suit the students’ and artists’ accessibility needs.