Once in a rare while, a project comes along which has the potential for influence far beyond its domain or country; one that holds out the promise to be the catalyst for deep change in many disparate fields and communities.
It attracts a luminary master faculty who consider their time at ITI a deep source of inspiration to their practice, and talented students from all over the world looking to take their craft to the next level. Post graduation, ITI graduates continue to work in theatre, film and creative industries, making an impact in their respective communities. They also collaborate across geographical borders and have formed a theatre collective, Traditions & Editions Theatre Circus.
ITI has also seeded other groundbreaking initiatives. We are a founding member of Emily Hill, an independent arts collective which went on to develop Six Degrees – a network of independent artists and organisations working in the arts and creative industries.
ITI is a registered charity and an approved Institution of Public Character* under Singapore’s laws governing the charity sector. Over 60% of our income comes from fundraising.
* IPC status is granted to only select charities by the Commissioner of Charities (Singapore). These charities fulfill higher standards of accountability and transparency, and are the only charitable entities in Singapore who are able to issue tax-exemption receipts for donations.
Hear from our Donors
Möbius Fund Lead Donor, Leonardo Drago, on why give to the arts.
Andy is an acclaimed actor who was lauded for his role in Tang Shu-wing’s Titus Andronicus (2012) that played in the Globe Theatre for the World Shakespeare Festival. He is currently Artistic Director & Chief Researcher of Acting Research Centre in Hong Kong and a freelance actor, director and acting teacher of “Psychophysical Acting Training”.