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An Impression of Malaysian Art

January 4, 2012 during 7:45 pm

It is common for many Malaysians to feel that appreciating art usually relates to people who are from a aloft income group. And who can censure them for meditative so, for there is a pellet of law in their myth as profitable art pieces can be utterly costly. There are many other ways of appreciating Malaysian art that does not need a chairman to partial with a estimable volume of money.

A portrayal by Khalil Ibrahim entitled ‘Cherating 2004’

Seeing a success of their initial complement of a Public Art Programmes final year, Henry Butcher Art Auctioneers is behind again with their second complement of a Public Art Programme. Entitled ‘An Impression of Malaysian Art – Defining Events and Artist Groups‘, this programme will plead a issues and questions per Malaysian Art including topics like how and when did Malaysian Art came about, what was a purpose of a artist in addressing a issues of nationalism, modernity and temperament of Malaysia and how did a activities of artist groups impact a growth of Malaysian Art. This speak will be moderated by Pn. Zanita Anuar, a Director of Museum Innovation, Museums Department of Malaysia and will underline Mr. Ooi Kok Chuen, an Art Journalist with some-more than 3 decades of knowledge in a art margin and a author of some-more than 50 art books and catalogues as a speaker.

The Public Art Programmes is an educational beginning by Henry Butcher Art Auctioneers and is directed during formulating recognition and preparation among a open on a theme of art, with concentration on Malaysian Art. This module will be hold on 7th Jan 2012 from 11.00 am compartment 1.00 pm during White Box, MAP. Though acknowledgment is free, those who are meddlesome are speedy to register by Thursday, 5th Jan 2012 as seats are limited. For some-more information, greatfully hit Sylvie Low (017 433 3298 / [email protected]) or Chris Tay (016 298 0852 / [email protected]).

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Kebaya Tales : Stories from The Nyonya

October 12, 2011 during 12:00 pm

The Baba-Nyonya village refers to a organisation of people who are descendants of late 15th and 16th century Chinese immigrants who came to a islands of Nusantara during a Colonial era. These are people who have digested to a Malay Peninsula’s enlightenment and have adopted a Malay denunciation as a initial or second denunciation over a years. Their enlightenment is a abounding and colourful one, as seen by their oral language, their sauce and their cuisine.

Kebaya

The Kebaya is a favourite outfit for Nyonyas and is customarily ragged during central ceremonies

For those who are preoccupied and would like to know some-more about a Peranakans, do make a date with a National Textile Museum in Kuala Lumpur this entrance 15th Oct 2011 as a museum will be organising a speak on a Babas and Nyonyas. The guest orator this time is nothing other than Lee Su Kim, a owner member and a initial lady President of a Peranakan Baba Nyonya Association of Kuala Lumpur Selangor. She is also a author of 9 books, including dual bestsellers; Malaysian Flavours: Insights Into Things Malaysian and Manglish: Malaysian English during a Wackiest. Su Kim will be pity her practice of essay about a Baba and Nyonya communities of Malacca, Penang and Singapore. Some of a stories that she will be pity are stories that have been upheld down from her Nyonya mother, grandmother and bibiks (aunts).

The speak will be hold during Level 1, Gallery Saindera during a National Textile Museum and will start during 3.00 pm. There is an acknowledgment assign of RM 20 for students, museum volunteers as good as members of Persatuan Peranakan Baba Nyonya Kuala Lumpur Selangor (PPBNKLS). For non-members who are meddlesome in participating, there is an acknowledgment assign of RM 25. The assign includes a tea reception. Participants are compulsory to register by replying to this email residence – [email protected] or [email protected] Alternatively, one can also hit Syahrul or Nor Asmah during 03 2694 3457.

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The Selfish Crocodile

October 5, 2011 during 12:00 pm

It is time once again to accommodate some of a timberland friends from a renouned children’s book by author Faustin Charles and Michael Terry. Come and see a characters from a story come to life in this pleasant theatre instrumentation by UK’s Blunderbus Theatre Company.

The story is about a greedy crocodile refuses to let any of a other animals to wash or splash from a river. One day, all a animals in a jungle hear a terrible sound, as if someone was in a lot of pain. Upon investigation, a animals found out that it was a crocodile who done a sound. None of a animals wanted to go nearby a crocodile to help, solely for one small mouse. This small rodent went into a large crocodile’s mouth to see what was causing a pain and finds that it is a damaged tooth. After a rodent came out with a tooth, a crocodile was no longer in pain. He thanked a rodent for a assistance and in spin let all a animals come to wash and splash from a river.

The Selfish Crocodile

The Selfish Crocodile

This story will see a talents of Jeanette Susan Longworth, Simon James Sanchez and Sophie Roch and a horde of papier-mache puppets. The story teaches certain messages like honesty, care and many of all, a significance of friendship. It also reminds a children that sometimes, a smallest acts of affability are a ones that mostly have a biggest impact. Though a story is created for children between a ages of 4 – 7, it will not come as a warn if a adults find it entirely interesting too! The uncover is scheduled to perform from 4th compartment 22nd Oct 2011 during PJ Live Arts. Show times are as follows:

Tuesdays to Fridays during 10.00 am
Saturdays during 11.00 am, 2.00 pm and 5.00 pm
Sundays during 2.00 pm and 5.00 pm

Tickets are labelled during RM 48/ RM 58/ RM 68 and RM 78. There is a RM 3 bonus for all tickets purchased online. Please record on to www.tix.my to squeeze tickets online or call 012 2690375 for some-more details.

Photo (c) The Blunderbus Theatre Company

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