1. Kyoto Fair 2017 at Koncent Malaysia@SunwayMas Commercial Centre, 11am – 7pm, 14 – 27 March
Expect to see an array of unique designs and products that reflect the essence of Kyoto ranging from iron teapots to lacquerware to matcha flavoured items.
Admission is free. For more info, visit the event page.
2. Art for Grabs: Fifty Shades of Green at The School@Jaya One, 12pm – 8pm, 25 – 26 March
Malaysia is celebrating Earth Hour from 8.30pm till 9.30pm on 25 March 2017 where everyone is encouraged to turn off their lights and make noise for climate change action. But throughout that weekend Art for Grabs and Jaya One have several programmes to support the cause ranging from 90 art and activism booths to panel talks by fellow Malaysians dedicated to saving the environment.
For more info and the full list of activities, visit the event page.
3. Girls’ Day Out at The Co., Bangsar, 10am – 4pm, 25 March
In conjunction with the recent International Women’s Day, Mestrae and The Co. Kuala Lumpur have enlisted several local businesses by female founders to put together a “Girls’ Day Out”. There’ll be fun activities such as fitness workshops, personal development consultations, free makeovers, urban gardening, and a mini bazaar featuring clothes, cosmetics, food and more!
For more info, visit the website.
4. Parametric Leather Bag Workshop at Isetan The Japan Store KL, 12pm – 6pm, 25 or 25 March
The workshop is essentially a two-in-one where you’ll learn how to make a leather bag and bring a new bag (your one of a kind masterpiece) home. The intermediate workshop will teach you how to develop your own parametric pattern on your laptop and then an expert will guide you step by step in putting your bag together (stitching and adding the finishing touches).
The workshop fee is RM400. For more info or to register, visit the website.
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