Express your talents and take your place onstage with our groups that span across dance, music, theatre and film. Besides engaging with our passionate campus community, gain exposure in areas such as arts management, communications and technical production. Our students enjoy expansive programming, professional tutoring, workshops and classes, as well as opportunities for interdisciplinary dialogue and collaborations.Learn more
Organised by NUS Centre For the Arts (CFA) for NUS students who have an interest in dance but had little or no opportunity to learn, Dance Plus Programme is a training programme that offers structured, targeted and progressive dance training in four dance genres: Ballet, Contemporary Dance, Hip Hop and Jazz. A great opportunity to meet new people, to have fun and to improve strength and fitness, Dance Plus courses are taught by well-respected professional dancers. Classes are held in beautiful studios located at the Stephen Riady Centre, University Town.Learn more
The ExxonMobil Campus Concerts Crew works behind the scenes of our events in areas such as stage management, sound and lighting, artist liaising and marketing. Members learn the ins and outs of backstage work, with the underlying belief that no professional stage production is complete without excellent behind-the-scenes work.Learn more
We offer opportunities across our programming platforms and NUS Museum. Be a part of the action behind some of the biggest arts events on campus through roles including front-of-house, photography and videography, events management and marketing support. At the museum, our volunteers shape the experiences of our visitors by conducting guided tours or assisting in events and visits. Volunteers from different backgrounds are welcome.Get in touch
We offer internships that provide opportunities for students to gain practical work experience, build up professional skills, and receive exposure to various careers in the arts. We offer positions in curatorial work, museum outreach, marketing communications and arts management.Get in touch
Step into the world of arts writing! Our Arts Voices programme runs for one academic year and gives you access to professional mentors and performing arts events through which your own arts voice can be developed. Applications for 2016 have closed. For enquiries, drop us an email.
Be the first to know about opportunities, exhibitions, events and programmes, as well as gain access to exclusive programmes, priority booking and special discounts and receive the latest updates on what’s up at the Centre.Join us
If you have a great idea that is going to change the face of the arts, convince us. Whether you go solo or come as a group, we want to hear about it.Get in touch