Photography: @javierchor

Everlasting Beauty Art Installation

If you’re in the mood to look for interesting pictures to take, then the latest crowd-puller at Kwai Chai Hong is a must-visit! Paying tribute to the classic Wan Shou Wu Jiang porcelain design, this art installation depicts how we can upcycle ‘waste’ into new and interesting works of art. Read all about it here and while you’re in the area, drop by the latest drinking and dining spots that have popped up in the area in the past few months such as G-String KL and SSS – Small Shifting Space.
Kwai Chai Hong, Lorong Panggung, 50000 Kuala Lumpur
Time: 9am to midnight
Fee: Free

Photography: @kloehotel

KLove Market

In the mood to walk about and shop for homemade treasures? Then the KLove Market is a place you should check out! Featuring more than 20 local artisans and homegrown fashion, beauty, accessory, lifestyle and home décor brands curated by Traders Market, this event takes place this Saturday and Sunday. Some of the things that you’d be able to see and buy here include accessories from Dia Guild, Farah Abu and Niah + Co, art pieces from With Saint, kimonos from Pitaya’s Collection, skincare from Handmade Heroes as well as souvenirs and ornaments from Bingka. In addition, you’ll also stand a chance to win stays at Kloé Hotel too! Click here to find out more.
Where: Level 2 (Courtyard and City rooms), Kloé Hotel, Level 2, 227 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
Time: 11am to 6pm
Fee: Free

Photography: Yang Mei Ling

Pause Visual Arts Exhibition

Located in the city centre and extended for another week due to popular demand, this is the last weekend for you to see what some of our local artists have came up with during the MCO. Dive into the minds of Nawwar Shukriah Ali, Sheila Samsuri and Tsa Meera through their eye-catching artworks and unique ensembles that depict their emotions, thoughts and experiences in the past year. More than that, the works of art also serve as an avenue for you to further think of what matters in life through the storylines. Not to mention, it’s a great place for you to make new friends and catch up with old ones while you enjoy a cuppa too! Click here to find out more.
Where: Tun Perak Co-Op, 62 Jalan Tun Perak, 50500 Kuala Lumpur
Time: 10am to 5pm
Fee: Free

Photography: Dusan Jovic @ Unsplash

Sip & Paint MY @ Hubba Mont Kiara: The Sailor Bunny

If you’re looking for a place to let your creativity run wild, then this art jamming session sounds like a brilliant idea! Fret not if you’re wondering where to park your kids in those few hours as this session welcomes both children (above the age of five) and adults. Let your hidden persona shine through the art pieces that you’re going to create and have fun getting to know new people through this session, where no painting skills are required. Instead, you’ll be guided by a professional through the session and get the necessary materials you need to create your masterpiece. PS Lunch and drinks are included in the fee! Click here to find out more.
Where: Hubba Mont Kiara, Level G, Seni Mont Kiara 2A, Changkat Duta Kiara, Taman Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur
Time: 1pm to 3pm
Fee: RM150

Photography: Kyle Head

Short + Sweet Malaysia 2020

Held every year, Short + Sweet is one of those events that we’ve always looked forward to attending. If you’re into live performances, then this is one event you can’t miss! Kicking off during the RMCO last year, it first had to be done via cloud theatre, and only one day before MCO 2.0 was announced last January was the team able to film the entire sequence – yikes! Finally, despite all odds, the team is able to showcase its work proudly – and for one night only. Featuring multiple short shows that are no longer than 10 minutes each, this event is your chance to vote for your favourite performance and help it win the Audience Choice Award. Click here to find out more about the show that’s taking place on Sunday!
Where: Pentas 2 KLPAC, Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, Sentul, 51100 Kuala Lumpur
Time: 8pm
Fee: RM34

Photography: Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown

‘Through Our Heart’ Art Exhibition – Embrace Autism

In line with World Autism Awareness Month, Alice Chang from Lai Lai Art Studio (the same lady behind the Everlasting Beauty Art Installation), Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur Chinatown, Oasis Place Malaysia, Masteron Group and members of Sri Eden, an NGO that serves the community with special needs, came together to put up an art installation that was created by local autistic kids. Curated and supervised by Alice, there are a total of eight enthralling mosaic masterpieces that aim to educate the public and allow them to dive into the creative world of individuals beyond the realm of normalcy. To show your support to them during these challenging times, you can purchase the art pieces of your choice that were created by Alice and the kids.
Where: Quan’s Kitchen, Level 8, Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown, No. 2 Jalan Balai Polis, 50000 Kuala Lumpur
Time: 10am to 6pm
Fee: Free

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