In June 2015 we had the adventure of our lives with over 4,000 people at the Superhero Me Festival. Over two weeks, we celebrated Kindness, Resilience, Gratitude, Patience and Respect as superpowers, pledged to be more than a tuition nation and carry the Superhero Me spirit in our hearts.
This 100% ground-up festival, a social advocacy movement for childhood in Singapore, was led by Logue and In Merry Motion and supported by the Lien Foundation drawing from the success of Superhero Me 2014. We reached out to over 100 volunteers, 10 VWOs and schools as well as more than 20 friends of the Festival who supported us in their own ways including National Library Board, Our Better World, STABILO, MT masking tape Singapore and Lamitak.
Logue’s role included creative conceptualisation, managing the production of the festival, co-leading up to 10 community art workshops for the public as well as producing a range of video, photo, design and written work.
Each participant also got to star in their very own Superhero Me film, where he/she entered a craft wonderworld and learnt how to make Singapore a better place. Over 1,900 films were generated in two weeks.
For more information, please visit the Festival website.
A 2016 edition of the Festival is in the works.