Malaysian performing arts group builds an art farm in rural Pahang

  • Arts
  • Friday, 10 Sep 2021

An artist rendering of the Orang Orang Art Farm, an ideal spot for creatives to unwind and create art. Photo: Orang Orang Drum Theatre

For performing arts group Orang Orang Drum Theatre (OODT), building its very own art base, surrounded by a lush natural landscape, has always been a dream since its inception in 2013.

Having participated in many community-based arts festivals abroad over the years, OODT’s assistant artistic director Zyee Leow shares that the idea was to have a site away from the concrete jungle.

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