The Sarawak Arts Council (Majlis Seni Sarawak or MSS) will be actively holding workshops on traditional dance choreography of the different ethnic groups in Sarawak.
Courses on traditional music, vocals and dance, as well as training for aspiring art tutors and teachers, will also be organised.
MSS’s vision is to build a community that is appreciative of the arts through MSS’s positive, productive, creative and evaluative efforts, and they begin these efforts after February 17.
MSS recently held its Open Day on February 11 to 17 at the old Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) Complex, with stalls selling tradition arts and crafts as well as food.
There were dance and music performances throughout the event, with children’s competitions and an open counter to register for future workshops.
For more information on their programmes, please contact Easter Melebeh: +60126090477.