About Campaign

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LittleCr3atures is an initiative dedicated to the creation of a space for children in the early years to play and learn through sounds, sonic objects and ideas. With the firm belief that children derive meaningful experiences, construct interpersonal relationships, and manifest their creativity through play, LittleCr3atures produces performances and workshops that involve the young and the young at heart in immersive manners.

To date, LittleCr3atures has presented free-form music jam sessions for children such as "Bitesize Lil Creatures" - a musical exploration of dynamics, tempo and articulation for babies 36 months and under; and "Music Jamboree" - a sing and jam-a-long session for the entire family. Currently, the team is working on a performance for infants 18 months and under-focused on sonic awareness, exploration and experimentation with infants as co-performers in creating sounds.

LittleCr3atures is created by Natalie Alexandra Tse, a PhD scholar at the National Institute of Education Singapore. She hopes to research further into the creative processes of improvisation and play in early childhood music education, while promoting her spirit of exploration and experimentation through the Arts. She believes that the Arts has the ability to develop children's awareness of the diversity of cultures in the world, thereby developing understanding, respect and empathy for others.

LittleCr3atures is curated under the not-for-profit arts company, SAtheCollective Ltd.

About the Charity

We are SAtheCollective, a non-profit, interdisciplinary and multicultural performing arts company. A highly collaborative organisation, our approach is to seek out like-minded artists to redefine the boundaries of creativity through interdisciplinary and trans-cultural practices. We hope to imbue the lives of people with a refreshing sense of aesthetic through our community of practice.

SAtheCollective Ltd is a recipient of the National Arts Council's Seed Grant for the period from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2019 and a recipient of the National Arts Council's Major Company Grant for the period 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2022.

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