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Open Arts Classes, a free virtual learning series under Art In The City (AITC) 2021, is offering 20 arts classes spanning diverse genres, including music history, theatre, craft, indie music and visual art. Photo: Filepic

Want to get to know the basics of traditional Kenyah dance or traditional East Coast woodcarving? What about the history and inner workings of Mak Yong? Ever wondered how many spray cans you need for a street art piece?

The Open Arts Classes (OAC), a free virtual learning series under Art In The City (AITC) 2021, is offering a rare chance to experience a “class session” with the movers and shakers in the arts and culture scene.

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