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About Us

Established in 2011, RAW Moves is a contemporary dance company which focuses on establishment, connection and direction of work with a spirit of inquiry.

RAW Moves is an official charity in Singapore with an Institution of Public Character (IPC) Status granted by the Ministry of Culture, Community & Youth (MCCY) since 2016. If you are a donor based in Singapore, any monetary donations you make to RAW Moves will be entitled to a 250% tax rebate. RAW Moves IPC Status is renewed with effect from 7 Oct 2022 to 6 Oct 2024.

Our mission of Redefining Movement encompasses:
Artmaking and research
Identity and narratives
Capability and sustainability
Dance in community
Growing audiences (Physical and digital)

Through the years we strived to refashion the thinking and understanding of dance and with your contributions, RAW Moves has reached
- Over 35,000 audiences through our performances

- More than 4,500 participants through our community outreach efforts e.g. workshops, master classes and talks

- At least 300 beneficiaries through our Pay-it-Forward Scheme

With your help, we can continue to make meaningful art that inspires. Help us continue what we've started.
Give today, make tomorrow better.

RAW Moves Ltd is a recipient of the National Arts Council's Major Company Scheme for the period from 1 April 2022 to 31 March 2025.

Our Programmes

A Little RAW
An inclusive young dancers' company based in Singapore, for children and youths aged 4 years and above. The company aims to make original dance with new perspectives, space and audiences, while celebrating the creative potential of people with different abilities.

Research & Development (R&D)
Promotes creative investigation in a curated practice, with an emphasis on unveiling creative processes and methodologies through archiving and performance.

Promulgates a curated mini-marathon that nurtures dialogue through enquiry and examination. Twelve continuous one-hour segments conducted by artists and non-practitioners, each investigating diverse subject matter.

RUN Another Way
Features a movement clinic that functions as an 'open concept' work in a non-conventional theatre setting. It serves to create opportunities for the public to engage, participate and interact in the dance-making.
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