River workshop lets creative juices flow freely


A jubilant family posing for a photo at the end of the Arts@RiverThree Community Theatre-Making workshop.

EXPANDING the role of arts and culture in tackling biodiversity loss and reaching a wider community are very much needed, especially when using non-traditional methods during challenging times.

Instead of just the arts practitioners doing their bit, what if a more inclusive community works together to produce art to educate and create awareness for greater good?

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