School of Creative

Michelle Alison Fonseca

Michelle Alison Fonseca

BA(Hons) Arts Management
2018 — 2021

Passionate in community outreach and the arts, Michelle is invested in meaningful engagement with underserved sectors of society through the arts. In appreciation of the exposure and experience that she has gained from a young age through various arts opportunities, Michelle aspires to contribute to society through areas of arts management such as events management, programming and artist liaison.

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Thesis abstract

Understanding arts policies that enhance arts accessibility in Singapore

This paper aims to understand how government policies implemented by the state enhances arts accessibility for persons with disabilities in Singapore. An analysis of policies will be presented to provide an overview of how the government policies in Singapore have changed over time, in relation to the extent of efforts made in improving accessibility to the arts for persons with disabilities. This paper presents recommendations for future arts policies to reduce the negative impact faced by persons with disabilities due to the inaccessibility of the arts for the disabled community in Singapore.

Work experience

Flair Artz International
Intern, Arts Programming

2019 – 2020
Art Walk Little India (LASALLE College of The Arts & Singapore Tourism Board)
Operations Manager

Very Special Arts Singapore Ltd.
Intern, Visual Arts