This article focuses on the Singapore’s government using the film and arts both as an economic as well as a community outreach tool. It argues that the evolution of the state arts policy is a function of the economic policy. Its “Creative City” approach is both economically-driven as well as arts-centered. At the same time, policy makers have introduced many strategies to build a vibrant film and arts sector to make the arts more accessible to the community. Cinemas and arts institutions also are seeking ways to increase the public’s access and exposure to their activities.
"Film, Arts and Culture as Community Outreach Tools: Perspectives from Singapore,"
Culture, Society and Praxis: Vol. 7
, Article 12.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.csumb.edu/csp/vol7/iss2/12