TER has been a familiar face in the annual Purple Parade movement. The Purple Parade is a movement that supports the inclusion & celebrates the abilities of persons with special needs and aims to build a more inclusive society. It includes a host of events including a parade contingent, carnival and a concert!
DBS PayLah! in collaboration with SCAPE, organised a bazaar featuring over 80 pop-up stores and performances. This event accepts only QR code payments - the first of its kind in Singapore! TER was part of this landmark event held in 2017.
Singapore’s biggest watersports festival, the DBS Marina Regatta, took place in the waters of Marina Bay against the backdrop of Singaopre’s new financial centre. In 2013, as part of its corporate social responsibility efforts, DBS offered close to 30 social enterprises a platform to share their causes and promote their products and services. TER was among those invited to be part of the Regatta’s Social Enterprise Carnival.
We have collaborated with Ngee Ann Polytechnic on various occasions! In 2017, we worked with student volunteers from the Outdoor Adventure Club to provide a rock-climbing day out with our artists and had the students help set up and project manage (over a 3-month period) our art exhibition Everyday Secrets held at Capitol Piazza.
TER collaborated with the NP Arts Fiesta 2013 to feature TER artist Kenny Tan's works. They were showcased in an art exhibition and displayed as installation art on the Admin Field, where his animals were transformed into mascots. TER also sold handicrafts made by our TER artists.
We have participated and collaborated with many organisations such as DBS to provide their staff a collaborative painting experience with our artists, PA's Kindness Week where we exhibited and sold our merchandise at their landmark event in Bedok, Goodman Arts Centre "Tanjong Goodman" Open House, Save Our Street Dogs (pictured here!) where we donated part of our proceeds back to them and the Medical Faculty at National University of Singapore where we participated in their exhibition to help contribute to the understanding of Autism.