Registration - Life and soul: historic places of worship in Telok Ayer - SHS Bicentennial Walking Workshop #2 (27th Oct 2019)
SHS Bicentennial Walking Workshop #2:
LIFE AND SOUL: HISTORIC PLACES OF WORSHIP IN TELOK AYER

Date and time: 27 October 2019 (Sunday) | 9 am to 12 pm
Maximum capacity: 30
Subsided rate per person: $20 (SHS members) | $30 (Public)

To commemorate the Singapore Bicentennial, Singapore Heritage Society (SHS) is conducting a four-part walking workshop series developed based on SHS’s two-year research project on 21 historic places of worship in Telok Ayer, Tanjong Pagar and Tanjong Malang.

This walking workshop in Telok Ayer focuses on how these six places of worship have tried to create vibrancy and stay relevant in modern Singapore.

The walking trail component will cover :
● Former Fuk Tak Chi Temple (c. 1824)
● Ying Fo Fui Kun (1822)
● Former Nagore Dargah (c. 1828)
● Former Keng Teck Whay Temple / Yu Huang Gong (c. 1831)
● Masjid Al Abrar (1827)
● Thian Hock Keng (1840)

Participants will be guided by SHS researchers, Lynn Wong and Fauzy Ismail, to understand how custodians of these sites view their history, their needs, as well as the challenges for sustaining their communities.

This will be followed by a discussion workshop facilitated by Dr Chua Ai Lin, Executive Director of SHS, introducing concepts relevant to the theme and group discussion by the participants.

Workshop price includes:
• Guided tour
• Facilitated workshop
• Meet with local residents/stakeholders
• Walking workshop handout
• Rental of wireless audio headset
• Refreshments
• Choice of 1 complimentary SHS book from the list at this link: https://bit.ly/2meGSDi


HOW TO APPLY
● To apply to be considered for the event, please complete and submit this Google form by 18 October 2019, 11:59 pm: https://tinyurl.com/SHS27Oct
● Each applicant must fill up this form individually.
● Participants for this workshop must agree to all 5 guidelines laid out the form below.
● Successful applicants will be notified by 20 October 2019.
● The workshop fee must be paid in full by 22 October 2019, otherwise the slot will be released to applicants on the waitlist.


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ABOUT WALKING TRAIL LEADERS

Lynn Wong Yuqing and Fauzy Ismail were the project researchers for SHS's 2 year study of 21 historic places of worship in Telok Ayer, Tanjong Pagar and Tanjong Malang.

Lynn is an independent researcher and film maker who is on a race against time to document and revive disappearing foods, festivals and heritage in Singapore.

Fauzy is architecturally trained. He teaches and conducts research on conservation and Singapore’s architecture & urban heritage.

ABOUT WORKSHOP FACILITATOR

Dr Chua Ai Lin is the Executive Director of the Singapore Heritage Society, having previously served as its president. Holding a PhD in History from the University of Cambridge, she was an Assistant Professor in the Department of History at the National University of Singapore (2008-2014), and currently sits on advisory panels at the National Library Board, National Heritage Board and Urban Redevelopment Authority.

OUR SUPPORTERS

This project is supported by the National Integration Council, National Heritage Board, Our SG Fund, Urban Redevelopment Authority and Singapore Bicentennial Committee.
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