Unveiling Sarawak through arts, culture, and heritage.
This fashion extravaganza features designers who have made a name in local and international high fashion runways with their unique fusion of urban, contemporary, and ethnic motifs. To watch the full video, click here.
Designers/Brands: Dato’ Tom Abang Saufi, Edric Ong, Neng Kho Razali, Ong Shunmugam, Ramsay Ong, Tanoti, Tun Jugah Foundation, Market Finds.
These accomplished homegrown artists converge their musical talents for one night only with both modern and traditional instruments.
Musicians: Alena Murang, At Adau, Dayang Nurfaizah, Mathew Ngau, Nading Rhapsody, Noh Salleh, Pete Kallang, Tony Eusoff.
The lush rainforest and its remarkable inhabitants are the focus of these vivid images through the lens of talented photographers.
Photographers: Ch’ien Lee, Jimmy Nelson, K.F. Wong.
A mélange of handmade products and handicrafts reflecting the soul of the rainforest. There will be something for everyone!
Using a variety of mediums, these individuals seek to create a unique world inspired by the beauteous nature of the rainforest and its diverse population.
Artist & Exhibition title: Berawan 1955, Textile Tales of Pua Kumbu, OH! Rainforest, Spencer Byles, Alena Murang, Kendy Mitot, Raphael Scott Ahbeng.
Det Diet Ensemble and the Borneo Bamboo Band come together to create beautiful music rarely heard beyond the confines of remote villages.
Performance group: Det Diet Ensemble, Borneo Bamboo Band
Art curator Anke Degenhard talks about Nelson’s photo treasury and how it helps preserve the lifestyles of vanishing tribes the world over.
A number of animal and plant species in Sarawak were discovered and identified because of Alfred Wallace’s inquisitive and tenacious spirit. This talk by Prof. Dr Andrew Alek Tuen, explores his life and legacy.
Numerous Bornean amphibians, birds, and mammals were named after Charles Hose. Dr Antonio Guerreiro will share about the life of the beloved colonial administrator, ethnologist and zoologist.
Discover the healing properties of flora found in the rainforest known to be effective among the indigenous communities. This talk will be conducted by Datin Dona Drury Wee.
The rainforest is the perfect backdrop for various film genres, including adventure, horror and romance. Behold the intoxicating effect the rainforest has on its inhabitants and visitors.