Yayasan Sime Darby Arts Festival sticks true to its ground-up, inclusive mission

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  • Sunday, 22 Jul 2018

Mathew Ngau Jau, a sape master from Sarawak, will be on a Tuyang Initiative tour – holding a workshop and performance.

As one of Malaysia’s biggest community-engaged festivals, the Yayasan Sime Darby Arts Festival (YSDAF) in Kuala Lumpur has exposed the masses to a broad array of theatre, music, dance, art and cultural performances.

The upcoming third edition of the festival is set to take on a more heartfelt approach. It will see various arts-driven outfits collaborating with community-based groups and grassroots causes.

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