3-STEP HUMANITARIAN MISSIONS
The 3-Step humanitarian missions are run in the span of one year and customised and structured around the existing framework of our local partner.
Clinical art therapy sessions are facilitated either for individuals or groups for a minimum of 8 weekly arts therapy sessions but is extendable upon recommendation of the arts therapist.
COMMUNITY & AWARENESS EVENTS
The Red Pencil promotes art as a way of self-care and mental wellness. Our presence at museums, schools, art fairs, and community service events are aimed at promoting arts and wellbeing, reaching out to the local community.
COLLABORATION WITH GLOBAL NGO's
The Red Pencil promotes arts as a way of self-care and mental wellness. Our presence at museums, schools, art fairs, and community service events are aimed at promoting arts and wellbeing, reaching out to the local community.
The Red Pencil residency model relies on close collaboration with NGOs, where arts therapy can be built into existing psychosocial support programmes. It is used in situations where beneficiaries require a more sustained level of care, with sessions held once or twice a week over 3 to 6 months.
Anyone can experience the power and benefits of art therapy in a 1.5 hour workshop.
MASTER’S IN ARTS THERAPY SCHOLARSHIPS
Every year, The Red Pencil provides scholarships for those who wish to obtain a Master's Degree in Art Therapy at Lasalle College of Arts in Singapore.
After they graduate, our scholars are expected to go on humanitarian missions or volunteer at local programmes and workshops.
All of the Red Pencil missions – collaborations with international organisations, 3-step humanitarian missions, residencies, clinical sessions and workshops – follow the same 7-step operating procedure. This framework ensures consistency in the way we collaborate with our partners and our impact measurement standards.
In its commitment to bring the best of arts therapy to everyone and to communicate openly, The Red Pencil will share feedback on supervision of the arts therapists, on challenges and lessons learnt, with its partners and donors through its reports and newsletters