Singapore Memory Project & iRememberSG Fund

The Singapore Memory Project (SMP) is a whole-of-nation movement that aims to capture and document precious moments and personal memories related to Singapore; recollections not merely from individual Singaporeans, but also organisations, associations, companies and groups. So Happy: 50 Years of Singapore Rock is funded by SMP’s irememberSG Fund, which aims to foster deeper emotional ties and cultivate a stronger sense of belonging to Singapore through ground-up initiatives. The irememberSG Fund encourages and empowers its recipients to develop content and initiatives that will collect, interpret, contextualise and showcase Singapore memories leading up to SG50.

ITE College Central

ITE College Central, the College of Creativity and Innovation, offers niche courses in Aerospace & Marine Technology, Business, Community & Event Services, Creative Design & Interactive Media, and Engineering Design & Manufacturing Technology. ITE College Central believes firmly in the investment in up-to-date training facilities and equipment and is constantly seeking out industry collaborations that bring unique and authentic learning experiences for students.
Located in Ang Mo Kio, ITE College Central is ITE's third and final regional campus.

NTU Libraries

NTU Libraries (7 libraries and an outpost) provides anextensive collection of information resources, services and facilities to our students and staff for their learning, research and personal development.

Resource Highlights

  • More than 1.4 million books (850,000 print and 630,000 electronic)
  • Over 40,000 multimedia items
  • Over 70,000 journals/periodicals (95% electronic)
  • 229 specialized databases
  • Staff publications, student theses, exam papers, etc.
  • Library specific research engines to help find all of the above.

Service Highlights

Our core services revolve around helping students and staff access and use all types of information for their learning, research, and personal growth. Key services include:

  • Specialized subject librarians support the needs of students from each academic discipline
  • Instructional services help students to access, evaluate  and use information wisely and ethically
  • Anywhere, anytime online access to e-resources,  tutorials, recommendations, “ask-a-librarian” services, etc
  • Events, exhibitions and a strong social media presence to build community spirit, and promote a  lifelong passion for
    learning and knowledge.

The NTU Arts Appreciation Series as part of the Dorothy Cheung Memorial Fund seeks to

  1. Raise the profile of the Arts discourse as important  aspects of general social, cultural and educational  development at the University;
  2. Intensify the level of critical and creative stimulation and  engagement in the arts through performances by locally  and internationally recognised practitioners in the  diverse musical genres,
  3. Encourage experimentation and exploration of the  practice of the Arts beyond their own areas of speciality  or disciplines and for students to be able to articulate them in academic work as well as performances.
  4. Enhance students’ understanding of the Arts by giving  them, through direct engagement with locally and  internationally renowned scholars and practicioners,  first-hand experience of discursive strategies and  methodological concepts in and through the Arts
  5. Improve community perception of the arts as vital to all round development of individuals as active  participants of, in and through
    the Arts.

This Series aims therefore to inculcate an attending to and participating in and reflecting on the Arts, through these events, as a life-long endeavour.


Antalis is Europe’s leading distributor of paper, packaging solutions and visual communication products for professionals. In Singapore, Antalis is a leading paper merchant, with a comprehensive range of more than 500, which supports commercial printing companies, creative agencies, packaging firms and other businesses.

Antalis is proud to be the official paper provider for So Happy: 50 Years of Singapore Rock.

The Substation

Founded in 1990, The Substation is Singapore's first independent contemporary arts centre. Since its inception, The Substation has supported local and overseas artists by promoting research, experimentation and innovation in the arts, and aims to bring different artistic perspectives together in critical dialogue. We present and co-present a wide range of artists and programmes, from traditionally trained dancers to local rock bands; established visual artists to young poets; publications to short film festivals; experimental theatre to seminal conferences on Singapore arts and culture.

Over the years, The Substation has worked with some of Singapore’s most critically acclaimed artists, writers and intellectuals, and continue to work closely with young and emerging artists, supporting them and nurturing their growth through their core programmes and other means.

Thunder Rock school

Thunder Rock School is formed by a nexus of Singapore’s finest music educators. Hailing from local music acts such as Charlie Lim, Inch Chua, Caracal, Gentle Bones, Esther Lowless, DEON, Monster Cat, 53A, The Good Life Project and many others; Thunder Rockers have worked for and alongside the world’s top music acts. Aimed at inspiring the next generation of musicians to pursue their love of music, Thunder Rock School provides the best environment for students of any age to fulfil their musical dreams.

Thunder Rock School is happy to lend their expertise in stage mangement and sound engineering to the opening concerts.