Dancing in Place is a partnership between non-profit dance organisation, MyDance Alliance and art festival, Urbanscapes that will feature performances by various dance groups like Balletbase and ASWARA over three weekends (future shows on 11th, 17th & 18th November) at the River of Life bridge area, in Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur.
Photography is one of the most recent visual art forms in human history. It is the bridge between traditional visual arts – consisting of paintings, sculptures and anything of its ilk – to the vast world of film-making. All of them are often used to tell human stories – people who’ve achieved greatness, recapturing momentous events and the zeitgeists of history. Farhan Akmal and his friend Shahrul created Documenting Kuala to carry on this tradition of stories – focusing on those without a voice of their own, marginalised by the greater society.
Yes, the election season is upon us but that does not stop the theatre world from producing entertaining shows for Malaysians!
In an effort to spice up our metropolitan skies with style, Art in The City brings to the people an outdoor art display initiative to create a deeper appreciation and awareness on our Malaysian arts and cultural landscape!
Starting from the 22nd of January to the 9th of March 2018, AITC is opening up submissions for your artwork to be showcased on skyscrapers across Kuala Lumpur!