Sabah Art Gallery welcomes virtual visitors, plots future with a wider reach

  • Arts
  • Wednesday, 10 Nov 2021

A screen shot of an oil painting by Salleh Sidek seen in Sabah Art Gallery’s Sabah Maju Jaya virtual exhibition. Photo: Sabah Art Gallery

After being closed for several months this year, Sabah Art Gallery in Kota Kinabalu has recently started to welcome the public back to its space again, with the interstate travel boom expected to boost its year-end visitor numbers.

There are two on-site exhibitions running concurrently at the art institution, which is the pulse of Sabah's art scene.

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