Four international artists have come together to explore the photographic medium – old and new. The artists in this show pushed boundaries of the medium towards an individual objective and expression. Check out the new technologies they have incorporated for this show. Exhibition runs until March 12 at the Vallette Gallery in 22 Jalan Bruas, Damansara Heights, Kuala Lumpur. Gallery is open from Monday to Saturday, from 9am to 6pm. For details, email at email@example.com, or call 019-301 2569.
Today is the last chance to catch a glimpse of more than 50 artworks from the 50 shortlisted sixth edition of Young and New exhibition by Hom Art Trans, at its gallery in 6A Jalan Cempaka 16, Taman Cempaka, Ampang. This exhibition offers opportunities for artists to establish themselves in the local art scene. For details, call 011-2700 0963 (Danial Fuad).
KL’s only bimonthly poetry open mic, ‘If Walls Could Talk’ returns with its 15th instalment, featuring poet Zedeck Siew and singer-songwriter Gregory Ramanado, plus 10 open-mic poetry performers. The show is from 8pm to 11pm on Feb 19 at Gaslight Cafe & Music, 15-2, Jalan Medan Setia 1, Plaza Damansara, Bukit Damansara, Kuala Lumpur (located above Neroteca). Admission is RM10. For details, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03-2011-4047
Usher in the Year of the Monkey at DPULZE Shopping Centre. The God of Prosperity will make an appearance to give away blessings of good health and wealth, at 6pm today. For details, call 03-8800 9803 or visit our website at www.dpulze.com.
Get in the mood of Chinese New Year by watching the Oriental Chamber of Orchestra that is set to perform at Mid Valley Megamall at 3pm today. The 12 Seasons drum troupe is scheduled to give their awe-inspiring performance at the same time tomorrow. There will also be lion dance performances at noon and 7pm today, as well as noon tomorrow. For details, visit http://www.midvalley.com.my.
Last-minute shopping at Atria Shopping Gallery is not a bad idea, as a line-up of activities have been planned this weekend in conjunction with the Chinese New Year. On both days, the God of Prosperity will be making an appearance at 1pm and there will be a children’s handicraft workshop between noon and 8pm.There will be kids acrobatic and lion dance performance at 1pm, as well as Tarot card reading between 1pm and 5pm. Tomorrow, an acrobatic and lion dance performance is scheduled at 1pm. Besides all the entertainment, shoppers can participate in premium redemptions and lucky draws. For details, visit www.atria.com.my or www.facebook.com/atriadj.
The National Diabetes Institute (NADI) holds a free talk on diabetes every Saturday except public holidays, from 2pm to 3.30pm at its Diabetes Resource Centre in Bandar Botanic, Klang. Seats are limited and registration is required. For details and registration, call D’Centers at 03-33194100/4200/ 4300 or email to email@example.com.
The Toyota Dream Car Art Contest is on from now until Feb 12. The contest is open to all children aged four to 15 years. Participants will be divided into three age groups: under eight years, eight to 11 years, and 12 to 15 years. All submissions will be judged based on the main criteria – originality and creativity. The work of the national winners will automatically be submitted to the next stage – the world contest. For details, visit www.toyota.com.my