First time in Malaysia

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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.

Civ­i­liza­tions

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.

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