First time in Malaysia
Indonesian Rural Society In Transition exhibition has been extended to next Tuesday, so hurry on over to catch this interesting and colourful show.
The space is open daily from 11am to 7pm. Admission is free.
house of Matahati 6a, Jalan Cempaka 16 Taman Cempaka ampang, Selangor 03-9286 7004 http://homarttrans.blogspot.com/ FEB 9-22: HOM presents the latest contemporary paintings from Malaysian artist Ng Swee Keat and Indonesian artist Nugroho Heri Cahyono through an exhibition entitled Civilizations.
Opening hours are from 11am to 6pm, Monday to Friday, and 1pm to 6pm on Saturdays.
Soundscape presents Warpaint
bentley Music auditorium 4th Floor, Wisma bentley Music 3, Jalan PJu 7/2, Mutiara damansara Petaling Jaya, Selangor www.soundscape-records.com FEB 12: Hotly tipped Los Angeles-based indie psychpop group Warpaint finally makes its first concert stop in Malaysian at the Bentley Music Auditorium.
Pre-sale tickets at RM118 are available at Rock Corner outlets in the Klang Valley. Performing Arts Centre is screening international films on these dates at 8.30pm: Wolf Summer (Feb 10), The Cave Of The Yellow Dog (Feb 11), Like Stars On Earth (Feb 17) and Wish (Feb 18).
Admission is free. FEB 8 & 9: The Lock & Key party, happening for the eighth consecutive year has the theme Where Have All The Hippies Gone? Guests have to come dressed in their best hippie or 1960s outfits to find their “perfect match” to their lock and key.
Admission is free, and the party is from 9pm onwards.
Must-see: Los angeles psych pop outfit Warpaint, featuring guitarist Theresa Wayman (left) and bassist Jennny Lee Lindberg.
a scene from yasmin ahmad’s Gubra where Orked and family gather at the hospital after her father is admitted.