Art collective teamLab creates an immersive art experience in Osaka
teamLab Botanical Garden Osaka is a botanical garden by day, and an art space by night, created by art collective teamLab, known for their record-breaking museum teamLab Borderless. Unveiled over the summer at Nagai Botanical Garden in Osaka, teamLab Botanical Garden is their latest open-air museum that begins to glow as the sun sets.
MultiChoice and Televisa Networks launch a new pop-up channel tlnovelas now available on DStv
Programming of tlnovelas includes great stories such as “Teresa”, “My Heart is Yours” (Mi Corazón es Tuyo), “Passion and Power” (Pasión y Poder) and “Fooled into Love” (Amores con Trampa), not forgetting the flagship show “Love Spell” (Sortilegio) which will premiere on the day of launch.
Insightful research and presentation of solutions to leadership crises
“The Premium Leader: Leadership Attributes and Strategies for Today's Volatile World” by Dayo Olomu, offers premium leader solutions through seven key attributes. Studies on leadership are dynamic, hence new advances must establish such strands that will progress enduring panacea to nascent issues of relevance to critical leadership advancement.
TICK TOCK, TICK TOCK public art exhibition to run until January 2023
Presented by First Initiative Foundation (FIF) and supported by the Hong Kong Tourism Board, "TICK TOCK, TICK TOCK" is on view until 1 January 2023. The public art exhibition is located next to the Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower. The exhibition features renowned American artist WhIsBe's largest art piece, a giant red sculpture standing over eight metres high.
Celebrating African stories told by Africans – MultiChoice Uganda
This promise to showcase the best of African storytelling is perfectly captured in the “10 000 Stories” promo which was launched as part of the recent Multichoice Media Showcase.
Who Let The Doc Out?! #011: Sixteen Rounds is a rare triumph for the...
With 16 Rounds, the second installment in an anthology of short films produced in collaboration with screenwriter and director Usama Mukwaya, Loukman manages to deliver intrigue, suspense, well-paced plot, and striking cinematography, all things the Ugandan film industry has been starved of for several years.
Sai Kung Hoi Arts Festival blends nature and art on Sai Kung Hoi
The Sai Kung Hoi Arts Festival (the Arts Festival) is a three-year arts project organised by Tourism Commission, supported by Hong Kong Geopark and curated by One Bite Design Studio. The first year of the Arts Festival is held from 16 Nov. 2022 to 15 January 2023. To leverage the successful integration of arts with the island under the first edition the Yim Tin Tsai Arts Festival, the Arts Festival will extend to the vast Sai Kung Hoi, with Yim Tin Tsai as the centre and reaching out to Sharp Island, Kau Sai Chau and High Island. Through the Arts Festival, themed as “Joy Again, Isle”, visitors would meet and experience the healing power of arts through visits to the isles; and enjoy the fun of art tour through island hopping.
MultiChoice Talent Factory launches the In Focus Masterclass Series
The first set of conversations includes Kenyan producer Appie Matere, South African editor and director Vuyani Sondlo, Nigerian director, writer and producer Akin Omotoso, South African documentary filmmaker Michael Cross and cinematographer Kabelo "KB" Thathe.
Film makers learn lesson of self awareness from Alec Baldwin tragedy
The recent film set tragedy on Alec Baldwin’s “Rust” saw cinematographer Halyna Hutchins shot and killed showing the benefit of self-awareness to Australian filmmakers. Young West Australian Filmmaker, Actor, and Author Sita Bennett, who is co-Director and co-Founder of ‘Lightdance Productions’ together with brother Frank Bennett, said the horror event taught them lessons about the industry they didn't grasp in film school.
Serendipity Arts launches a world of arts and culture centre THE BRIJ
Serendipity Arts announced its vision to bring the arts to life through a cutting-edge arts and culture centre, that will connects the world to the arts, and its transformational power. THE BRIJ will dedicate space and resources to create art that is transformational and meaningful. Serendipity Arts also hopes to spark conversations around the arts across the South Asian region worldwide, assimilating regional flavours, traditions, and cultures, while also building a sustainable artistic ecosystem. The upcoming institution is named after and pays homage to late Mr. Brijmohan Lall Munjal, Indian industrialist and visionary, Mr. Sunil Kant Munjal’s father.