Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Rumah Anak Teater Adakan Bengkel Kreatif

Amnesty International Malaysia (AIM) is having a one day creative activism workshop for young Malaysians. The workshop will look into the concept of creative activism of different forms with an emphasis on creativity and expression to raise awareness about human rights, instigate change or support other forms of activism.

Whether you’re trying to start the next Prank, Comic relief, help stop Global Warming or improve your local community, being creative has never been easier! Come and Join our Workshop.

“Creativity was and is our main ally” Mujeres Creando, Bolivian street artist and activist


Program tentative

Date : 11rd April 2010

Location : Kuala Lumpur & Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall

Time : 8.00 a.m. – 8.00 p.m.


8.30 a.m. Registration & Breakfast

9.00 a.m. Ice breaker

9.15 a.m Introduction to Human Rights and History of Human Rights by Amnesty Int M'sia
10.15 a.m. Screening of “Al Fatehah Memali”
Al-Fatehah Memali portrays the journey of singer-songwriters, Black and Meor, trying to comprehend a massacre that happened in 1985 in Kg. Memali, Kedah. Their journey brings them to the village where they meet survivors and witnesses of the tragedy to uncover a forgotten story of injustice for most of Malaysia.

Group Activity and Open Discussion “Memali a Human Rights Trajedi ” by activist Rahmat Haron

12.00 p.m. Sharing by Hishamuddin Rais : Aktivisma Anak Muda Yang Berdasarkan Prinsip & kreativiti.

1.00 p.m. Lunch break

2.00 p.m. Group activity - “Creative Activism”

· Creative writing by activist Rahmat Haron

· Theatre and performance by Nam Ron

· Visual Art by Poodien Free Spirit

4.00 p.m Open discussion on Creative Activism

4.30 p.m Tea Break

5.00 p.m. Screening of film Art, Activism and Rock and Roll by Taring Padi.
“Art Activism and Rock ‘n’ Roll” is a documentary about Art Activism that documented the artists’ community
“Lembaga Budaya Karakyatan Taring Padi”. Known as Taring Padi, the artist collective live, work and garden
in a deserted university. The community design images, posters, banners, comic books and t-shirts and
display them in public places and at demonstrations. Their idea being to make art as accessible as possible
to bring about the changes they want.

6.00 p.m. Sharing and Performances by Creative Workshop participants

7.00 p.m. Winding up – The Challenges and Next Step

7.30 p.m. End

*** All Sessions Will Be Conducted in Bahasa Malaysia***

Places are limited so respond early for a place. Contact 03 79552680 or email with your basic contact details and area of interest for the Creative Activism Group Activity.Thank You.


Anonymous said...

thanx for the exposure!

Unknown said...

do we have to pay? and is it open for evryone?

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