Climate change to heritage: George Town Fest ignites art exhibit explosion


'Between 01' is an art installation by visual and performing artist Lay Heong which uses recycled material and discusses the environment and the world, all while advocating the culture of upcycling. Photo: George Town Festival

After a limited hybrid presentation in June due to pandemic restrictions, the George Town Festival (GTF) wraps up its 12th edition this year with two arts programmes comprising Nine Days Eight Exhibitions and Nine Days Eight Shows from Nov 20-28 and Dec 4-12, respectively.

Nine Days Eight Exhibitions brings art into everyday lives with exhibitions and showcases at cafes, shopping malls and other selected venues. These were some of the art exhibitions that were postponed earlier this year because of MCO 3.0.

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