For the first time this year, Got to Move will also be engaging 14 ambassadors to share their own experiences with dance and having made it a key part of their life, promoting how it can be beneficial to mind, body and general well-being. At the media preview we were introduced to three of the ambassadors that will be participating in Got to Move: Serene Tan, art director of the Sheng Hong Arts Institute and trained in Chinese Dance since her youth, Seema Harikumar, an Indian dancer with Apsaras Arts, and ex-SOTA dance student Deanna Binte Dzulkifli, who delved into choreography and production management while recovering from a final fusion surgery that left her unable to dance for a few months.
The Got to Move ambassadors will also be key in spreading word about the Got to Move inaugural social media challenge. Titled the “Happy Dance Challenge”, the friendly competition will encourage members of the public to upload a short video of their own unique happy dance on social media platforms using the hashtag #GotToMoveSG, and even stand to win attractive prizes. Check out their informative How To video in the link below:
Got to Move 2017 takes place from 13th – 29th October at various venues across Singapore. For a full list of free events and registration, check out NAC’s website here
Got to Move 2017 will culminate in a mega half day festival on 29th October around the Civic District. For full details and a map of the events that will be happening on the day itself, check out the website here