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Got To Move 2016: 7– 23 October

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Got to Move, Singapore’s nationwide movement to celebrate our dance scene and to get people “moving” is back for its second year running!

Organised by the National Arts Council, this year’s Got to Move will be held from 7 to 23 October, once again putting the spotlight on Singapore’s vibrant and diverse dance community. GTM 2016 will offer a wide selection of dance-related activities at various locations across Singapore. There will be almost 150 dance programmes and activities including showcases, workshops, talks, games and exhibitions, offered free for the public.
unnamed (1)Participants attending GTM programmes will stand a chance to win tickets to dance performance and classes, shopping vouchers and other attractive prizes as part of a Rewards card*, which is something new to look out for at this year’s GTM.

There’s a “MOVE” for everyone to experience and revel in, so come join us at Got to Move 2016 and spread the joy and love of dance!

For more information on GTM 2016, like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/gottomovesg or follow us on Instagram @GotToMoveSG. #gottomovesg to join in the conversation.

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About National Arts Council

The National Arts Council champions the arts in Singapore. By nurturing creative excellence and supporting broad audience engagement, we want to develop a distinctive global city for the arts. With a nod to tradition and an eye to the future, we cultivate accomplished artists and vibrant companies. Our support for the arts is comprehensive – from grants and partnerships to industry facilitation and arts housing. The Council welcomes greater private and corporate giving to and through the arts so that together we can make the arts an integral part of everyone’s lives. For more information on the Council’s mission and plans, please visit www.nac.gov.sg.

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