Making a list, checking it twice for the bumper KLWKND in the capital


'The Dalang's Tale', a film by Irwan Junaidy, will be shown at the 'Art Of Film – Shorts' event at REXKL on Nov 27-28. It portrays domestic violence using shadow puppetry and cutouts, and aspires to encourage women to tell their stories. Photo: Handout

A venue physically transformed into a hive of bamboo fixtures, installations and sculptures. An NFT and digital art takeover at a local museum. Tales of legendary Malay princesses retold through contemporary opera in a historical theatre hall.

The list of highlights continues with pop-up markets (from plants to traditional craft) and indie film screenings right to mind-bending installations and dance/music performances.

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