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Published: Saturday January 12, 2013 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Monday April 22, 2013 MYT 5:34:53 PM

Saturday Events

Works of emerging artists

Five young emerging Malaysian contemporary artists — Ali Bebit, Azli Wahid, Ashriq Suddin, Haafiz Shahimi and Jamil Zakaria — have each a piece of artwork on display at the Core Design Gallery. Titled “Zaman Batu Contemporary”, it exhibits the thinking process of the artists over a nine-month period. The exhibition in on until Jan 31. Opening hours are from 9am to 10pm. For details, call 03-5612 1168 or visit www.coredesigngallery.com.

CHARITY BAZAAR

Check out the charity bazaar organised by Pranic Healing Centre tomorrow to help raise funds for free pranic healing sessions for the underprivileged. There will be, among other activities, chakra and aura screening, physical and psychological healing sessions, lucky draws and also sale of books and other items. It will take place between 10am and 4pm at SS7/26, Kelana Jaya. For details, call 012-9742028/03-7887 1028 or visit pranichealingmalaysia.org.

FREE MEDICAL CHECK-UP

If you are living in Bandar Kinrara area, why not drop by for a free medical check-up organised by Klinik Damai Utama and Rukun Tetangga Damai Utama today at the clinic, 10, Jalan Damai Utama 2, Taman Damai Utama, Puchong from 9.30am to 4pm. Tests include free breast examination, glucose-BMI-BP check, skin and weight management consultation. There will also be a blood and organ donation drive. For details, call 03-80752339.

CITY LANDSCAPES

Take a look at the works of Chin Kong Yee one of Malaysia’s leading contemporary artists at his 6th solo exhibition titled “Infinite Canvas”, which illustrates various city landscapes depicting the essence of life in Kuala Lumpur. The body of work within this exhibition consists of five pieces of two panels each, which can be placed interchangeably to allow for 12 possible arrangements. The exhibition is on until Jan 31 at Wei-Ling Gallery. It is open 10am to 9pm daily. For details, call 03-2260 1106/ 03-2282 8323 or email weiling.shaz@gmail.com

FUN @ PPJ SQUARE

Witness the launch of “Fun @ PPJ Square” today, starting at 8.30pm, the fortnightly programme by Putrajaya Corporation, in line with the government’s initiative to make Putrajaya more lively on weekends. A line-up of activities have been planned for the whole family, including performances by Ella, Najwa Latif and Ito Blues Gang. Children will be delighted to see Upin and Ipin making an appearance. They can also enjoy the inflatable playground. There will also be lucky draws and quizzes. Over 10,000 people are expected to turn up at Dataran Putrajaya, Precinct 3. For details, call 03-88877416.

MASK EXHIBITION

Take the opportunity to see some of finest collection of ceremonial masks from all over the world. The unique exhibition, “The Mask of the World”, awaits visitors at the National Museum from 9am to 6pm daily. Exhibition ends on March 20. For details, call 03-2267 1048/ 1049 (Hawa/Ruhafizah) or visit www.jmm.gov.my or www.facebook.com/muzium negara.

Engineer’s artworks

Catch the solo art exhibition by Malaysian artist Zaharuddin Sarbini titled “Indah 2” at City Art Gallery in The Ampwalk, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur. The aeronautical engineer by training has 35 paintings of local fruits and kingfishers made in various mediums, including acrylic, oil and watercolour, on display. Exhibition ends on Jan 15. The gallery is open daily from 11am to 6pm. For details, call 03-2775 3933, email cityartgallerymalaysia@gmail.com or visit www.cityartgallerymalaysia.com,

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