Research Funding Schemes

Research Project Funding

The Research Project Funding (RPF) scheme provides financial assistance up to a maximum of S$20,000 to support research projects and activities. It encourages and promotes the undertaking and realisation of small or medium-scale research projects as well as research-related activities that lead to a publishable outcome, and potentially to further in-depth investigations in the research topic

Past-Approved RPF Projects include:

Michael Budmani & Michael Earley (F/PA): Call Q – Development of Cutting-Edge Software For Stage Management Training

Sunitha Janamohanan (F/FAMCI): A 3-city Comparison of Models of Arts Management: An Engaged Scholarship Approach

Emylia Safian (F/FAMCI): Making Sense of Skin

Steve Dixon (P/O): Virtually No Exit: Towards new models of interactive VR theatre

Jeffrey Say (F/FAMCI): A reader in Singapore modern art

Ginette Chittick (F/DE) & Hazel Lim-Schlegel (F/FAMCI): The Aesthetics of Care - Mapping intersections of art, design and craft through the art of weaving

Caterina Riva (ICAS): Curating and the digital: shifts in exhibitions, art making and audiences

Adrian Huang (F/DE): The Making of a Dress: Evolution of craft in the 21st Century

Felipe Cervera (F/PA): Digital Collaborations in Teaching and Research

Venka Purushothaman (P/O): A Study of Cultural Networks and Artist Collectives in Asia

Gilles Massot (F/FAMCI): Jules Itier and Girault de Prangey: the coming of photography to Africa and the first visual recording (aka “duplicording”) of the pyramids of Cheops

Qing Sheng Ang (F/FAMCI): Deterritorialising Animation Practice through Intermedial Transpositions

Fanny Bratahalim (F/FAMCI): At the Crossroads: Investigating the Construction Process of My Chinese-Indonesian Diasporic Identity

Darryl Whetter (F/FAMCI): Turquoise Water, White Liberal Guilt: Poems at Travel’s End

Mitha Budhyarto , Vikas Bhatt Kailankaje (F/DE): Hidden Histories: Design Education in Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia (1945 -1980s)

Ruobing Wang (F/FAMCI): The Details of The Everyday in The Art of Contemporary Chinese Artists