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GRAPHIC GOES GREEN 2011

“Graphic Goes Green” is the first ever eco-design campaign co-organised by CUTOUT Magazine and The Weld. Artistic minds will address their concern about environmental issues by using creative expressions in various art forms such as artwork displays, art installations and workshops. All these happening at the Concourse of The Weld Shopping Centre!

10 – 19 March 2011
Art Exhibition by Artists & Students from Saito College

19 March 2011
- Art & Craft BazaarCreative Fashion Show
- Sharing Session & Workshops with Invited Artist & Guest
- Eco-Bag Design Competition Results & Prize Giving

Log on to www.facebook.com/cutoutmag for more information on the events!

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Nadhrah Maidin said…
i c u there k!
Little Syam said…
yeaaaaaaaayyy,,c u there :)

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