Current Programmes below, watch out for updates.
Featuring Ghaffar Pourazar, Liu Yong Sean, Lim Pei Ern, choreographer Jitti Chompee and other locally cast dancers , the show is performed to live music by Orang-Orang Drum Theatre on a site specific bamboo/wooden stage within The Old Court House designed and constructed by architect and curator Wendy Teo.
A festival-in-a-festival curated by David Metcalf and Emmanuela Shinta of indigenous film screenings, workshops for young filmmakers, dialogues with prominent indigenous filmmakers and networking sessions running throughout RFF2019.
A 5-day showcase on the art of tattoos from the region. Come and get yourself inked!
In this photographic exhibition, Ch’ien Lee aims to inspire a deeper understanding of these magical places, their incredible diversity, and how their continued existence is vital for the health of the entire planet.
A book launch and exhibition about Borneo Laboratory, a laboratory for contemporary art and culture of Borneo.
A dining club and exhibition featuring tastes collated from Bornean nature.
A collection of natural scents from plants of Borneo and their stories.
A festival-commissioned project showcasing the best of Sarawak landscape and scenery via aerial photography.
Fifty loose-hanging, hundred-year old cotton strips with striking acrylic colours, using stenciled cut-outs made of jungle motifs. This is the awe-inspiring exhibition.
The first museum exhibition to focus on the history of Kuching as a ‘community of communities’, this exhibition will lead visitors on a journey through the historical and social development of a very special community, here in the capital of Sarawak.
Come play with Bongo and Congo, the "not to be missed" monkey puppet duo all the way from Australia!
A series of art workshops organized by Fun Art Club for adults and children. Click in for more info and register!
PechaKucha SPARK inspires to bring creative, passionate young people (Age 20 and below) together to network, meet and show their work in public.
Cendana's ACE Bootcamp provides space, resources, time and expertise that hopes to support artists and cultural workers ambitions and expand their ideas into tangible projects or projects onto wider platforms.
Come and enjoy the stirring, groundbreaking musical cross-country collaboration between Adrian Jo Milang and musicians from Australia.
Restaging of the widely-acclaimed original musical theater by St Joseph's Private School.
An evening of tingling tales.
Curious about how Kek Lapis , a layered baked product originating from the Dutch, is now a cultural and heritage icon for Sarawak as well as many old Dutch territories in Indonesia?