Sabah's Pangrok Sulap delivers woodcut prints with Covid-19 messages

  • Arts
  • Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020

The Pangrok Sulap collective members have been working from home individually during the movement control order, and sharing their woodcut works online. Photo: Pangrok Sulap

The Pangrok Sulap members are not going to let anything stand in their way of making art. If they can’t do it together, then they can very well do it individually.

The activist art collective from Sabah, originally based in Ranau (a two-hour drive from Kota Kinabalu), currently stands at eight artists who have made a name for themselves for their stunning woodcut works as well as their community-centric events including workshops, school art support and charity work.

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