Saturday, Aug. 29 10:00am – 9:00pm

Festival Highlights

Flour Fancies

Artworks & Workshops:
Arts For All
Art Jamming by Paintertainment Asia
Black & White photography by Leslie Neo
Inter-School Canvas Art
Nitro Sorbet by Chef Tim Ong
Paper Quilling by Just Love Crafts
Photography by Yoshiya Kondo
Prints & Folly Transformative Arts Programme (Si Ling Secondary School)
Underwater photography by Phua Boon Wah
Inter-School Modern Dance
Richie & The Tardy’s, Khairul Ridzuan & Malcolm Lim (Singapore Polytechnic)
Street dance performance by Legacy Dance
The Façade


‘Dreams’ is our theme for 2015. Dreams are like the refracted pieces in a kaleidoscope which can be turned into infinite possibilities.

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About the Festival

Yellowren Arts Festival is held at the scenic Lower Seletar Reservoir Park. Yellowren Productions partners artists from different fields to create, build and live the dreams of our lives and for our community. In 2015, our festival launches our first Yellowen Inter-school Modern Dance Competition.
To connect with the community, the arts festival expanded its fringe activities and started Arts Square in 2015, bringing arts into the heartlands at Yishun Nature Park.

Festival Cause

Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly.

Cape of Colours ( is a registered charity that strives to build the dreams of students in need to develop their full potential through education.  Cape of Colours offers financial aid, award scholarships, provide free tuition and forge partnerships with schools. Cape of Colours is the festival cause and beneficiary of Yellowren Productions. Visit their booth to learn what they do and how you can support their cause.

Guest of Honour

Mr Tay Teck Guan (BBM), was trained in Law at the National University of Singapore. He has served as the Assistant Secretary-General of the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) since 2014. Mr Tay is also the Member of Parliament for Nee Soon GRC.

Festival Director

Tan Suet Ferng started her career in education and urban planning. She obtained her MA degree in Urban Studies from Eastern University in Philadelphia specializing in community arts. She received training in designing and facilitating arts-based programme in trauma intervention. She has worked alongside local and international artists and therapists in creating art experiences for a diverse population including refugees, at risk youth and the elderly.

Creative Director

Jeremy Chia studied at Curtin University of Technology, Western Australia, where he earned a degree majoring in Multimedia Design and a postgraduate diploma in Marketing. Prior to his tertiary studies, Jeremy worked as a Project Coordinator in Pico Art International, handling the production and installation of cosmetic counters of international brand names such as Estee Lauder. In 2011, Jeremy obtained the Master of Fine Arts in Animation and Digital Arts from Tisch Asia – New York University School of the Arts. He is also one of the animators for the TV series “The Diary of Amos Lee” which aired on Mediacorp’s OKTO channel. Jeremy appreciates the opportunity to work with different artists and contributors to the arts. They represent diverse perspectives but share the common purpose of communicating and empowering.