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The 39 teenagers had many reasons for sacrificing four days of their precious school holidays to attend the Kota Baru BRATs workshop. For some, it was to make friends and to experience new things, while others participated in order to get first-hand experience of journalism.
It was a new and interesting cultural experience for some of the 43 participants of I>The Star/IBRATs (Bright, Roving, Annoying Teens) who were here for a workshop.
Mohd Hairi Yaakub is a skilled young painter with a sustained interest in the human body. Much of his work is primarily figurative and his latest series, showing currently at Badan Warisan Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur, continues his exploration of the figure.
It was 6.30am and the sky was still dark. Although sleepy, the Junior Brats who had gathered to leave for Pulau Langkawi were enthusiastic and excited.
Ever stepped into an art gallery and felt intimidated? Well, one that has just opened aims to be less elitist, even as it supports and inspires the artist. YELENA GLUZMAN checks it out.
Step aside all those who think art is only for the elite. The man-in-the-street is about to have his day (and say) at the first-ever arts market.
At last month#8217;s International Shadow Play Conference held at Universiti Malaya, VERONICA SHUNMUGAM quizzed youngsters about taking up where the elders leave off.
Students stayed away in droves and audience numbers were sad. It#8217;s a pity the International Shadow Play Conference was so poorly attended because several intriguing hot button issues were discussed.