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National Geographic Society Fellow Chris Rainier exhibits Tattoos, a photography collection focusing on world tribal tattoos, showcasing how human skin can become “a map of culture and myth, a sacred geography of the soul”.
An installation of large, surreal woven fruits, created by several indigenous female weaving communities working with the leading luminaries of Sarawak design.
The best of Sarawakian artisanal products: wood and bamboo designs and crafts, antiques, exotic plants, books, fashion, food, and more.
Introducing Sarawak as the intact and untouched space for a clear mind. Join a small group of festivalgoers and enjoy a three-day bodily and spiritual retreat amidst the lush forest brought to you by Under Armour.
The striking public installation of a giant bamboo musical instrument, with Wendy Teo collaborating with Indonesian experimental music band Karinding Attack to create a site specific music sphere.
A spectacle, a trip, a celestial passage – plunging back to the roots of nature. Rainforest Fringe Festival presents the preview of Sarawak: An Indigenous Journey.
Dennis Lau presents Borneo People: A Photographic Journey, a rare exhibition of Sarawak’s native people, photographed by a man granted an unusual insight into the indigenous communities.
Forgotten Beauty is an exhibition of stunning, intricate portraits of Sarawakian tribal elders. The paintings draw attention to specific, unique adornments symbolic to the elders’ tribes, including tattoos, stretched earlobes, and styles of dress.
Celebrating the “orang asal” with an atmospheric evening of performances, featuring the exhilarating Electric Fields alongside Sarawak’s own (and RFF2017 favourites) At Adau and Pete Kallang.
The 10-day Rainforest Fringe Festival (RFF) 2018 scheduled to kick-off on July 6 is expected to attract more than 18,000 tourists to enjoy the culture, contemporary and traditional event that represents Sarawak's exciting, complex and many-layered identity.READ MORE
Menteri Pelancongan, Kesenian, Kebudayaan, Belia dan Sukan Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah berkata acara tersebut yang akan kali kedua diadakan tahun ini akan menampilkan persembahan artis muzik, penari, penyanyi, jurugambar, pereka tempatan dan juga peserta antarabangsa.READ MORE
Menteri Pelancongan, Kesenian, Kebudayaan, Belia dan Sukan Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah berkata kali ini RFF akan mempersembahkan pelbagai acara kebudayaan, moden dan tradisi yang terikat dengan identiti Sarawak.READ MORE
Festival director Joe Sidek chats about the return of Sarawak Fringe Festival for the second year and what this means for Sarawak, its people and the regionREAD MORE
Sarawak on the island of Borneo is a treasure trove of tribal culture. This is being celebrated at the upcoming festival, that will include arts and craft, music and dancing, photography and multimedia performances.