Everyone has a story to tell
Some stories are punctuated with happiness and positivity, some with adventure and drama, and some with sadness and strife. One thing's for sure, getting to know people who are chronically ill is akin to embarking on a journey of personal discovery.
You realise how fortunate you are and what a small world we can choose to live in instead of being an open society; being accepting of people who are physically/ medically challenged, recognising them for their strengths instead of their weaknesses.
In this year’s Project Dreamcatchers, we aim to ‘widen the horizons’ of society through a recurring theme of ‘journey’. The project culminates in an art exhibition which we like to call “Take Me Places”. Visitors to the exhibition will be taken on a curated journey through the lives of the dreamcatchers. Each piece of work is an expression and a reflection of the artists themselves, depicting nuances in their daily struggles and triumphs in life.