AFCC 2021 Programme Lineup

THE FULL FESTIVAL PROGRAMME IS UP!

An exciting line-up of programmes await you with more than 100 local and international speakers you can meet in the comfort of your home.

AFCC 2021 Programmes

Anugerah Persuratan 2020/2021 Congratulatory Banner

Meet the Winners of Anugerah Persuratan!

Visit the Anugerah Persuratan page and learn more about the five outstanding winners who have shaped Malay literature and culture in Singapore.

FIND OUT ABOUT THE WINNERS HERE

SBC Academy 2021 Q2

SBC Academy: April - June Workshops

Sign up for our new workshops to develop your skills in picture book illustration, storytelling and podcasting!

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SBC Read-Along Books

Discover your favourite Singapore children's picture book in a whole new format! 

Enjoy these SBC Read-Along Books in Chinese, Malay and Tamil, as narrated by our friends from The Storytelling Centre. Supported by the National Arts Council.

WATCH THE VIDEOS HERE 

SBC CAMPUS YEAR END PROGS

SBC Campus: New Online Workshops Now Available!

Calling out to all teachers! Book SBC Campus’ new series of workshops to spice up the new year!

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Catch up on AFCC’s digital book launches!

Catch up on AFCC's digital book launches ! 

If you missed attending the AFCC virtual book launches, view them now on SBC's YouTube page. 

 

View the sessions here

SLP Winners’ Slider

Meet your SLP 2020 Winners Here!

Watch the live ceremony here!

FIND OUT ABOUT THE WINNERS HERE

SBC Newsletter

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Read all about it in our newsletter for your fortnightly dose of our upcoming programmes and happenings in Singapore’s literary scene!

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[Calendar]Upcoming Events
Translation & Adaptation - Exploring Possibilities
Programmes by SBC
Jun 2 (Wed), 7:30pm – 9:00pm

Translation & Adaptation - Exploring Possibilities

Facilitated by Zelda Tatiana Ng of GroundZ-0 原。空間  a Singapore-based, multilingual, intercultural and interdisciplinary space that aims to explore and produce thought-provoking works, this programme serves as a platform to experiment with the translation and adaptation of print to stage. Submit a proposal of your plans to either translate or adapt the poem "Quiet" by Eleanor Wong and get a chance to present it to audiences in Singapore and the region. Find out more here.

Introduction to Storytelling I
Programmes by SBC Academy
Jun 19 (Sat), 9:30am – 5:45pm

Introduction to Storytelling I

Get a comprehensive understanding of stories and storytelling with professional storyteller Sheila Wee. These two-module workshops will provide hands-on training in a warm and supportive group environment and equip participants with the tools and confidence to tell their stories.

The Podcasting Way
Programmes by SBC Academy
Jun 24 (Thu), 4:00pm – 6:00pm

The Podcasting Way

Ever wanted to make a podcast? No idea where to start? Nat Amoore, children’s author and podcast host, will take you through the basics of creating your podcast content. This workshop will cover planning, scripting, interviewing, recording and editing – all from the comfort of your home office chair! 

Introduction to Storytelling II
Programmes by SBC Academy
Jun 26 (Sat), 9:30am – 5:45pm

Introduction to Storytelling II

This is the second module of a two-module introduction to storytelling course. Gain a deeper understanding of the storytelling process and create stories that reflect your own storytelling voice and style.

Triumphant: Developing a Short Memoir about Overcoming the Odds
Programmes by SBC Academy
Jul 10 – 31 , 9:30am – 12:30pm

Triumphant: Developing a Short Memoir about Overcoming the Odds

Are you inspired to write a short memoir but are uncertain about how to write down your reflections in a cohesive and engaging manner? Join experienced writer-editor Verena Tay in this short course and complete that short memoir under her guidance.

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