EVENTS
Hari Malaysia & Art Show 2019

2 - 16 Sep 2019
10 AM - 10 PM
The Gallery, The Square, White Box
Free Admission
In conjunction with National Day 2019 Celebration, Publika will be collaborating with Arkib Negara Malaysia, Segaris Art Center, Fergana Art and Artemis Art for Hari Malaysia & Publika Art Show 2019 from 2 - 16 September.

Programme:-
Hari Malaysia Exhibition
2 - 16 September
The Gallery, Publika
(Opening Ceremony on 4 September at 11am)

The significance of 16 September commemorates the establishment of the Malaysian federation in 1963 with the joining of Malaya, North Borneo, Sarawak and Singapore to form Malaysia.

In collaboration with Arkib Negara Malaysia, the exhibition's highlight will be the showcase of National Artefacts; 1951 Nash Rambler; the car used by Tunku Abdul Rahman to declare the independence of the Federation of Tanah Melayu on 31 August 1957 and subsequently paraded around the city.

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Mobile Phone Photography Contest
2 - 16 September
The Gallery, Publika
(Opening Ceremony on 4 September at 11am)

Whip out your mobile phones, start snapping away and submit your entries! The winning submissions for “Sama-Sama: Publika’s Hari Malaysia Mobile Photography Competition 2019” should best capture the indomitable resilience, spirit and unity of “The People of Malaysia”.

One of the main intentions of this competition is demonstrate the extensive participation of, "The people of Malaysia" - citizens and non-citizens alike - who have contributed, in their own ways, towards nation building.

While we admire those in the centre-stage of national development, there are others who are on the fringes, but their contributions are no less important.

The national fabric is a wholesome ideation: everyone pitches in, their weights maybe different but their national spirits shine just as equitably, imbued by the optimism of progress and well-being, going forward.

It is envisaged that the indomitable resilience of, "The People of Malaysia" will be much evident in the submissions by the participants.

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Publika Art Show
2 -16 September
11am - 8pm
White Box, MAP@Publika
(Opening Ceremony on 4 September at 11am)

Participating galleries Fergana Art, Segaris Art Center & Artemis Art

One of the main intention of this exhibition is to demonstrate the extensive participation of "The People of Malaysia" - citizens and non-citizens alike - who have contributed, in their own ways, towards nation building.

While we admire those in the centre-stage of national development, there are others who are on the fringes but their contributions are no less important. It is envisaged that the indomitable resilience of, "The People of Malaysia"  -  "the Semangat" - will be much evident in the submissions by the participants.

Participating Artists

Atikah Khairul Anuar
Dhia Afiq
Donald Abraham
Fakri Zulkifli
Fuji Anggara
Hafizuddin Mat Yasmin
Haz Yusup
Haziq Syawal
Isa Ishak
Marissa Ng
Maziki Mohammad
Mije Yusof
Mirul Roslan
Muadz Abd Rahim
Muhammad Nur Syafiq
Putra Nazri
Safuan Nasiar
Sarah Radzi
Syami Jamaluddin
Syukur Rani
Adeline Alyssa Tan
Aimi Atikah
BlankMalaysia  (Adam Roberts)
Caryn Koh
Harold Reagan Eswar
Kimberley Boudville
Nazmi Ismail
Rekha Menon
Manje (Mariyam Shany)
Vivi Kartina Hazolene
Yasmeen Cheong Pooi Sum
Alina Abdullah
Firdaus Ismail
Fitriah Roslan
Haslin Ismail
Hidayat Arshad
Kahirul Azmir Shoib
Nizar Sulaiman
Suddin Lappo
Syafiq Mohd Nor
Tan Nan See
Afif Abdul Halim
Hasnoor Hussain
Irwan Majid
Najjua Zulkefli
Nazir Sufari
Seth Akmal

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Piknik-Piknik Malaysia
14 - 16 September
11am - 10pm
The Square, Publika

14 September
7.30pm Dikir Barat by Kumpulan Sri Bakti
8.00pm Mangunatip Dance by DPL Dancers
8.30pm Chinese Dance by DPL Dancers
9.00pm Indian Dance by Tiungmas Dancers

15 September
7.30pm Nirmala Dance by DPL Dancers
8.00pm Gamelan by Kumpulan Sri Bakti
8.30pm Wayang Kulit by Kumpulan Sri Bakti
9.00pm Sape Performance by Joe Sape

16 September
6.00pm Sape Performance by Joe Sape
6.30pm Indian Dance by Tiungmas Dancers
7.00pm Mangunatip Dance  by DPL Dancers
7.30pm Chinese Dance  by DPL Dancers

Come and piknik & santai with us to discover our Malaysian diverse food, people and culture. There will be bazaar and various cultural performances including ethnic dance from Sabah and Sarawak by group of talented artists and supported by Jabatan Kesenian & Kebudayaan Negara (JKKN).

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Vintage Cars Exhibition
2 - 16 September
The Gallery

In collaboration with the Malaysia and Singapore Vintage Car Register (MSVCR) that was founded in Malacca in 1955 to bring together vintage car enthusiasts and in particular to encourage the use, restoration and preservation of vintage cars and motor cycles, with the emphasis on use.

The Register organises a series of attractive activities, such as circuit racing at Pasir Gudang and Sepang race tracks in Malaysia, rallies in Malaysian rubber estates and palm oil plantations, highly polished Concours d'Elegance and events in aid of charities. In addition, regular social events take place at various venues in Malaysia and Singapore. In recent years the Register has been selected to provide our members’ cars for the supporting events in both the Malaysia F1 Grand Prix and the Singapore F1 Grand Prix, including the Drivers’ Parades.

Although we are a relatively small club, with around 400 members spread across the world, we are very active and enthusiastic, with a website www.msvcr.com, a monthly newsletter and a high quality quarterly magazine that has won the admiration and praise of historic motoring clubs around the world. We maintain contact with similar clubs in Asia and in Europe, North America and Australasia, extending a warm welcome to their members at our events or when merely passing through. Some of our members have campaigned their cars in international events such as the Mille Miglia in Italy and the Beijing to Paris Rally. It is important to add, however, that we have the widest spectrum of membership from all walks of life. There is nothing elitist about the MSVCR. Some members use their historic cars or motor cycles as everyday transport while some others do not even own an old vehicle. The common characteristic is that they are all enthusiasts.