As a warm-up activity for the first anniversary of the KOHLER Experience Center (KEC) in Singapore, our team organized a charity art jamming on 28 July 2018 at the Goodman Arts Centre. In collaboration with Very Special Arts (VSA) Singapore, a fun-filled day took architects and designers out of their usual environment and into a different area of the creative space. The over 20 participants from well-known architecture and design firms in Singapore grouped up to create eight pieces of art inspired by the theme ‘Connectivity’. The 156-square meter big Goodman Arts Centre was brimming with laughter, crackling with creative vibes, and seeing how talented people apply their visions to the canvas. During the sessions, two VSA artists were also present and assisted the jammers. Some of the participants brought their own tools and materials to add individuality to the paintings that are now available for sale. The raised funds and proceeds for the arts will go towards weekly visual art programs organized by VSA Singapore. VSA is an affiliate of the National Council of Social Service in Singapore (NCSS) and The International Organization on Arts and Disability in the United States. The organization provides opportunities for people with disabilities and challenges through art programs, workshops, competitions, exhibitions and more. Through these visual art programs funded through the art pieces and Kohler Company, members with special needs of VSA Singapore receive education to bring out their talents, build resilience, and to learn to integrate into society. VSA Singapore furthermore creates an environment for them to become financially independent through the creation of art and the arts themselves. In this program, participants will learn basics skills such as drawing, color composition, and different mediums. For many years, Kohler has had shown great commitment to the arts and many of our programs such as Arts/Industry and Bold. Art. support the creative industry and further talents. This new initiative with the Charity Art Jamming in Singapore adds to the long list of activities to support design, craftsmanship. The funds of the ‘architects and designers art pieces’ sale will cover the visual art program facility, fee for the trainer, equipment, and teaching materials. During the first anniversary party of the KEC Singapore, the art pieces are displayed to guests and associates.