PESTA PLAYLET is an artist-run non-profit common ground for performance-based initiative through community building, research, workshop, discourse and publications. Consist of playwriting and directing workshops, forums involving artists ranging from theatre-maker and performance-maker to short filmmaker and short story writer, playlet reading showcase, a testing ground for local new works, lecture-performance, projection of past documented theatre works and found object exhibition.
Venue: KongsiKL, Old Klang Road, Kuala Lumpur
All activities are open to public and free, except for workshops. / Semua aktiviti terbuka buat umum dan percuma, kecuali bagi sesi workshop. Jemput datang!
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ENSEMBEL TEATER KAOS NOL
An open collective established by Ridhwan Saidi for theatre-making or art and theatre related activism by organising book reading and discussion, art and theatre related activity based in Kuala Lumpur.
MOKA MOCHA INK (mokamochaink.com)
Moka Mocha Ink founded and run by Ridhwan Saidi and Nurul Aizam. An independent publishing house focusing on contemporary Malay fiction and drama. Aside from publishing, we are also prolifically venturing in theatre and performance-making with Teater Modular and Teater Normcore series.
ARTS NETWORK ASIA (artsnetworkasia.org)
This project is supported by the ANA – Arts Network Asia (www.artsnetworkasia.org), an enabling grant body, set up by a group of independent artists, cultural workers and arts activists from Asia, that encourages collaboration, initiated and sited in Asia and carried out by Asian artists.
KongsiKL is an old industrial warehouse at Jalan Klang Lama, with a built-up of more than 10,000 sqf. The warehouse was entrusted to KakiKongsi by EXSIM Group, to develop social experimentations centred around the ideology of sharing – ‘Kongsi’. ‘Kongsi’ also means an assembly of people coming together for a purpose, a collaboration. Our vision is to become an experimental ground that foster collaborations across disciplines where artists, performers, students and public have freedom to create and showcase their works.