The Art Faculty (TAF) is a social enterprise that retails art pieces and merchandise created by talented individuals on the autism spectrum.
These gifted artists not only earn royalties from the sale of their artworks and merchandise but also learn about the value and dignity of work and the financial independence it can bring.
TAF also collaborates with art practitioners, brand retailers, organisations and other social enterprises on product development and marketing to showcase talent.
Artists on Royalty Scheme
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Collaborated with two new consignment partners at Jewel Gift Shop and Gallery & Co at National Gallery Singapore.
Pop-ups at large scale public events such as SkillsFuture Masters and Makers (Ngee Ann City), DBS Regatta (Marina Bay), Singapore Airshow 2020, and Christmas at Takashimaya 2020.
Public art exhibitions at Pan Pacific Hotel (October 2019 – January 2020) and Far East Plaza (February – March 2020)
Prof Brawn Ltd is a Food and Beverage (F&B) social enterprise by Autism Resource Centre (Singapore). The “Professor Brawn” brand and ‘know how’ was gifted to the charity in mid 2018.
The café’s mission is to provide affordable good food by an inclusive quality workforce comprising people of different abilities, ages and socio-economic backgrounds.
Prof Brawn operates 3 outlets: Raffles Institution, Pathlight School Campus 1 and Enabling Village.
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Professor Brawn Café was officially opened at Pathlight School Campus 1 on 26 July 2019 as a training worksite for Pathlight students that provides opportunities for work exposure and skills training in an authentic environment.
Professor Brawn Bistro was officially opened at the Enabling Village on 21 January 2020. This outlet hires individuals on the autism spectrum as well as hearing-impaired individuals and those with intellectual disabilities.
ProfBrawn collaborated with Gong Cha Singapore on a community project by setting up a Gong Cha outlet at Professor Brawn Bistro at Enabling Village.