Diyanah is a graduate of the Bachelor of Arts Management (Honours) programme at LASALLE College of the Arts. During her time in LASALLE, she was part of the team that organized LASALLE’s weekly Lunchtime concerts. She has been actively involved in various festivals such as Poetry Festival Singapore and the Singapore International Festival of Music. For Bhumi Collective, she has worked on projects like Charlie and Every Brilliant Thing and has also worked on the SIngapore run of Ramesh Meyappan's Off Kilter.
Iffah is a recent LASALLE College of the Arts undergraduate majoring in Arts Management (with Honours). She finds joy in doing all things theatre since the age of 17 and has been working towards a goal of giving back to the industry after the completion of her studies through different platforms, working with companies like Teater Kami and Teater Ekamatra. She is currently a freelancer, still doing all things theatre, from the Front of House to Production Management.
Zunnur is currently with the Shechter II Company. She started her dance training at a young age in Malay Dance with Sri Warisan Som Said Performing Arts Ltd (Singapore). She was part of the pioneer batch at School of the Arts (Singapore). She then danced with T.H.E.(The Human Expression) Second Dance Company (Singapore). Recently, she graduated from the prestigious London Contemporary Dance School (UK) with the support of the National Arts Council Scholarship (Singapore) and Leverhulme Trust (UK). In the UK, she was involved in several projects with Hofesh Shechter Company, Punchdrunk, RUBBERBANDance Group (Canada), Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Just Us Dance Theatre and Richard Alston Dance Company to name a few.
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Lesha is a creative producer from Singapore. She recently graduated from Yale-NUS with a degree in Arts and Humanities. She has managed and produced several plays at Yale-NUS - Master Race (2018), Overtime (2018), Catholic Kindergarten (2017), Little Shop Of Horrors (2015) and Hamlet (2015). She has also produced three short films - Hello Old Friend (2016), The Road (2017) and Macam (2018). She has worked in production with companies like Pangdemonium and Wild Rice - Pillowman (2017), Singapore Theatre Festival Supervision (2018). She was also a Production Assistant at Creative Inspirits working on both film and theatre productions.
Deanna is a dance graduate from School of the Arts, Singapore, class of 2016. She is currently a second year student pursuing BA(Hons) Arts Management at Goldsmiths, University of London. During her time at SOTA, she performed in classical ballet (2012, 2013) as well as contemporary works (2015, 2016), such as works by Silvia Yong, T.H.E Second Company associate director. In 2017, Deanna was selected as National Arts Council's Got To Move’s pioneering group of ambassadors, sharing her dance story.
Vic is a pioneer graduate of Singapore's School of the Arts and recently graduated with the Principal's Award for All-Round Excellence from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She has trained and performed internationally, including Australia, China, France, Iceland, Singapore, UK and USA, and draws inspiration from both Eastern and Western forms. In collaboration with Bhumi Collective, she earned a 5-star review and won the ESAF Best Performing Artist award in 2017 for her solo piece 'Charlie'.
Vic is committed towards increasing positive representation and visibility for BAMEs. She aims to create and direct multidisciplinary work that challenges stereotypes and shares unheard narratives. More about her work and experience can be found on victoriachen.co.uk
Syafiqah is a Singaporean composer-musician and an arts educator. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Music (with Honours) and her Masters of Music from Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music (YSTCM), at the National University of Singapore in 2013 and 2016 respectively. A recipient of the “Goh Chok Tong Youth Promise Award” by MENDAKI in 2010, Syafiqah is the first and so far the only Malay-Muslim Singaporean student of the conservatory. She won 2nd prize for her composition “Dance of the Merlions” at the 31st Asian Composers’ League Festival and worked with the T’ang Quartet, the Singapore Wind Symphony, Singapore Sounds Orchestra and the Orchestra of Music Makers. Syafiqah is also the Music Director of Gendang Akustika. Some of her credits include: Ikan Girl (Singapore International Festival of Music 2016), Lord of the Rings in Concert: Fellowship of the Ring (Metropolitan Festival Orchestra), Take a Bet on T’ang (T’ang Quartet).