Down Syndrome Association (Singapore)
FOUNDED OUT OF LOVE
Down Syndrome Association (Singapore) or known as DSA, was borne out of love and devotion by a group of parents of children with Down syndrome. The Association was established in September 1996 and aims to support and educate families, professionals and the general public about the genetic condition.
PRIMARILY SELF-FUNDING, NON-PROFIT ORGANISATION
We work closely with health and educational professionals and other Voluntary Welfare Organisations in support of persons with Down syndrome. We are officially recognised by the National Council of Social Service (NCSS) and is registered as a charity organisation with the Commissioner Of Charities, Singapore.
Amanda Chin, Dawson Tan, Kenneth Tan, Lim Thye Ann, Toh Wei Kang
These budding artists often experiment with different mediums to create their masterpiece but they generally enjoy painting with acrylic the most. With guidance, they have completed many commissioned artworks.
June Lin Yi Zhen, 34
June experiments with different mediums like watercolours, acrylic and crayons but she enjoys acrylics the most. Her works have always been well received
Mark Lim, 25
Mark, bashful but friendly, enjoys experimenting with different mediums. More often than not, you can often spot him with a smile on his face. He dabbles in art with a bold and meticulous approach. His artworks are often brightly coloured, just like his personality.
Lin Chun Ru
Chun Ru has been painting independently as an artist for over five years. She enjoys working with acrylic and has several paintings to her credit. She is also open to different techniques such as using finger tips and q-tips to explore her creativity.
Andrew is a budding artist that is full of life and always cheers everyone around him up with his infectious laughter. He is always expressive in his art pieces, using vivid and bold colours to express his love for the arts.
Ai Chinn is a young lady who is fascinated with the vibrancy of colours. She remains versatile with the use of different materials and inspiration that sometimes give off a ‘wow’ effect in her artworks.
Koong Su Yao
Su Yao is shy by nature and particularly enjoys working on portraits. She has an easy going personality and dabbles in creative techniques such as sponges and fingerprints. Her works are marked by bright colours and bold strokes.