Company Reg. No. 201023894D | ┬«Rush-Me-Not Art Studio Pte. Ltd. 2005 - 2013


When: September 1-7, 2018 from 10am-10pm


Where: Film Gallery @ The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Lane, Singapore 179429


Glimpse into the world of hope and dreams for children living in poverty painted through the eyes of children in Singapore. Bring your family and friends and enjoy an evening of art exhibition inspired by stories of one hope for one humanity, each painting will touch your heart in a different way.


Each painting tells a story, understands a crisis, and hopes for a better world tomorrow. Being our 4th fundraising effort, we like to thank parents for your supportive partnership in empowering our children with social awareness through the arts. 


So far, our kids have helped raised more than $60,000 from their paintings and the proceeds will go to World Vision Projects that will aid refugee children in Middle East, victims of child trafficking and child brides in Asia, and climate change victims in Africa to rebuild their lives. World Vision have impacted the lives of over 200 million vulnerable children by tacking the root causes of poverty. We believe every little help along the way really does add-up!


How you can contribute.

If any of our painting have spoken to you  or if you just like to express how much you appreciate our work, please reach out to us and let us know through facebook or email! If you are interested to purchase a painting at this exhibition, kindly drop us an email or you may reach Jealina at 9851 7888 to share your thoughts. Currently we still have 11 paintings unspoken for.


Thank you for your support that we may continue to impact social change through our kids creativity, we feel tremendously blessed!


Update: You can now view and purchase the paintings here.


Experience the empowerment of hope through the powerful portrayals of art by the young students of Rush Me Not Art Studio. Visit Vision Fest 2018, share these stories to empower your children so they too can be change-makers of a better tomorrow. Always so enriching to appreciate art through the eyes of a child and to support a good cause with us too!


learning art in a therapeutic way