Man at His Best

The Weekend Guide: 1 - 3 March

Put your work aside, this weekend's filled with fun festivals and activities!

BY JUERN NG | Feb 28, 2019 | Culture

1. Foodgasmfest 2019Foodgasm Fest

Be sure to clear your schedule this weekend because the annual food festival, Foodgasmfest is here! With over 100 sorts of food, local arts and crafts, and plenty of performances lined up, there’s no doubt you will have loads of fun at the festival. Warning: No one will be leaving without a full stomach. Just saying.

Venue: Central Park, Tropicana Metropark, Subang Jaya
Date: 2 & 3 March
Time: 2pm – 10pm
Admission: Free

For more details, click here.

2. To Which My Brother Laughed
The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (klpac)

Witness the theatrical play of “To Which My Brother Laughed;” inspired by Hélène Cixous’ article “The Laugh of the Medusa” which responds to the caning incident of two women for homosexuality in Terengganu last year. The play conveys a bold message, as quoted by one of the casts, “I want Malaysia to be a safe place for everyone regardless of gender, caste, creed, colour or religion.”

Venue: Pentas 2, Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (klpac)
Date: 28 Feb – 3 March
Time: 8.30pm (28 Feb – 2 March) / 3pm (2 – 3 March)
Admission: RM60 / RM50 (TAS Card Members, Students, Senior Citizens & Disabled)

Book your tickets here.

3. ARTitude Curated Bazaar at Publika
Artitude

Let the young new creatives in Malaysia shine this weekend as they exhibit their most recent products and creations at the ARTitude Curated Bazaar. These young artists are taking over the creative industry, don’t miss checking them out now!

Venue: The Boulevard, Publika
Date: 1 – 3 March
Time: 10am – 10pm
Admission: Free

For more information, click here.

4. Drawing and Wall Installation Exhibition: Konfabulasi
Lostgens

The name of the exhibition “Konfabulasi” is a reference to the neuropsychologic condition of confabulation. Featuring 70 new drawings and a wall installation, German artist, Astrid Köppe’s artworks of ambiguous objects leaves it up to the viewers to decipher their own understanding of the art.

Venue: Lostgens' Contemporary Arts space
Date: 23 Feb – 10 March (daily except Mondays)
Time: 1pm – 7pm
Admission: Free

Learn more here.

5. Arts & Crafts Night Market - Celebrating Women
Cubopark

With International Women’s Day just a week away, Cubopark will be hosting a mini night festival to pay homage to the many strong and empowered women around the world. Support and celebrate with the great women in your life at the Arts & Crafts Night Market this weekend. We can guarantee that you’ll have just as much fun!

Venue: Cubopark, Georgetown
Date: 2 & 3 March
Time: 7pm – 11pm
Admission: Free

Find out more here.


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