1 FESTIVAL FOR FOODIES
The Curve’s annual food fest campaign, Food Park: Where Food Lovers Meet, is back at its centre court from Sept 27 to 30. Visitors will be able to enjoy a feast for the senses, comprising multi-coloured striped booths, a brilliant red arch and flag pennants set amid colourful light bulbs, alongside photo-worthy, giant-sized, three-dimensional food displays. Foodies will be spoilt for choice with 20 booths serving a
variety of dishes, such as nasi kerabu, mee rebus, halal dimsum as well as Korean and Japanese cuisines. For details, call 03-7710-6868 or
2 PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION
A photography exhibition by Eric Peris titled ‘Divinity Within’ is ongoing at Sutra Gallery, 12, Persiaran Titiwangsa 3, Kuala Lumpur until Oct 7. The exhibition celebrates the 125th anniversary of the birth of his father, O. Don Peris, and features a study of images depicting inner divinity. Exhibition opens from 9am to 5pm on weekdays and by appointment on weekends. For details, call 03 4021 1092, or visit
3 ABSTRACT ART SHOWCASE
A duo abstract art exhibition titled ‘In Between‘ by Tey Beng Tze and Tan Chee Hon is currently on at Raw Art Space, 8, Level 4, Jalan Panggong, Kuala Lumpur, until Sept 29. Together, they will showcase long-term ongoing abstract art paintings featuring experimental new techniques, such as using vivid yet arbitrary colours, reconstructing shapes and rejecting realistic three-dimensional perspective to paint
on different sizes art material with mixed media colour. Gallery opening hours are from noon to 7pm (Tuesday to Sunday). For details, email email@example.com.
4 CHARITY BAZAAR BY CHILDREN
Baby Playhouse will be organising a ‘Kiddo Charity Bazaar’ at Dewan Orang Ramai, Persiaran Setia Prima, Setia Alam, on Sept 23, from 10.30am to 12.30pm. There will be 36 stalls managed by children aged between two and six years old, with the support of their parents. Funds raised will be donated to World Vision Malaysia. There will be games, DIY goods and free medical consultation stalls as well as those selling food and beverages. A clown show is also in the line-up. For details, visit www.facebook.com/babyplayhouse.my.
5 SARONG FLASH MOB
Keretapi Sarong, a public flash mob that promotes the use of public transport and the preservation of cultural wear, is back tomorrow in conjunction of the 55th Malaysia Day. It is organised by Locco, short for Local Companion, a non-govermental organisation that showcases and celebrates Malaysian local cultures to empower them. Keretapi Sarong 2018 will launch from Subang, IOI Puchong Jaya and Gombak LRT stations (KJ line), Ampang LRT station (Ampang line) and Bandar Utama MRT station (SBK line). Each mob will depart from its station and head towards a secret location that will be announced later.
6 EVENING OF MUSIC
Christian Palencia, an international recording artist, actor and songwriter from Sabah, will be performing at Alexis Bistro Ampang, Great Eastern Mall, 303, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur today from 10pm onwards. Table bookings are for diners only and the dress code does not permit shorts and slippers. Charges are RM10++ per person. For details, call 03 4260-2288 or visit www.alexis.com.my.
7 STONE AND BONSAI EXHIBITION
There will be a stone and bonsai exhibition at Atelier11 Loo Foh Sang Art Eleven, 10-1 Jalan Medan Taming 3B, Pusat Perniagaan Taming Jaya 1, Seri Kembangan until tomorrow, from 10am to 5pm. For details, email firstname.lastname@example.org
8 FREEDOM FILM FESTIVAL
FreedomFilmFest, Malaysia’s leading international human rights documentary film festival, is back and will showcase a diverse line-up of bold and brave new films released this year at PJ Live Arts in Petaling Jaya, from Sept 29 to Oct 6. There are more than 40 new and award-winning films showcasing extraordinary talent from the very best of local, regional and international filmmakers. To get passes,
9 SCIENCE FESTIVAL
The Petrosains Science Festival with the theme ‘Journey into the Future’ is being held at Petrosains, The Discovery Centre as well as the Concourse, Suria KLCC and Esplanade, KLCC Park, until tomorrow. There are fun and educational activities such as stage performances, interactive exhibitions, forums, talks, science shows, booth activities as well as celebrity appearances. For details, call 03-2331 8181.
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