At Loo Zi Han's With/Out, a screen grab of Paddy Chew preparing for his 1999 performance, Completely With/Out Character. Paddy was the first person living with AIDS to go public in Singapore. Zi Han's work, performed by Janice Koh was part video installation, part ritual reenactment, Part old, Part new. ... See MoreSee Less
ArtsEquator shared LASALLE's School of Creative Industries's event.
Happening this week at LASALLE: hosting Alena Murang, an artist, musician and passionate advocate for the traditional cultures of Borneo, named by Channel News Asia as one of ASEAN's Next Generation Leaders. She'll be presenting a solo performance featuring stories and myths from the fast-fading tribes of Sarawak and playing the sape (a traditional instrument) on 22 March, and on 23 March, speaking about her work using art to preserve and promote indigenous cultures of Borneo. ... See MoreSee Less
Alena Murang Talk and Performance
LASALLE College of the Arts
Join us for a performance and talk by Borneo Visual Artist and Musician Alena Murang over a period of two days (22 & 23 March 2017). Stories from the rainforests of Borneo: 22 March, 7:30pm - 8:30pm, F202 Alena Murang will be presenting stories, myths and analogies of fast-fading tribes - Kelabit, Kenyah and Penan - from Sarawak through projections of her own artworks, acapella songs and tunes played on the sape (a Borneo traditional instrument) on the first day. Preserving Cultural Traditions: 23 March, 7pm, F208 An avid supporter for traditional craft-making and arts education, Alena will be sharing her journey through her use of art to preserve and promote her Borneo, Kelabit culture and tradition on the second day. Do get your tickets at eventbrite as there are limited seats available! See you there 🙂