Posted on 23 February 2017 by dharter
The International School of Kuala Lumpur hosts the IASAS CC – Art, Dance, Drama, and Tech on March 2-4. Performances and artwork will be showcased throughout the three days.
Learn more about the event, including the schedule of events, workshops offerings, and gallery of the artwork at the ISKL hosted IASAS CC – Art, Dance, Drama, Tech website.
Posted on 23 February 2016 by sloanr
TAS will host the Cultural Convention Art, Dance, Drama & Tech events from 3-5 March. You will find the TAS CC Website here. To see the full schedule of events in PDF format click here.
Posted on 03 March 2015 by sloanr
IASAS Cultural Convention gathers at SAS for Art, Dance, Drama & Tech Thursday – Saturday, 5-7 March.
Schedules of workshops, links to art with narratives by the artist, event photos and video are all available on the SAS website linked here.
Some examples of the art on display is shown below. Click the image to get a larger view.
Link to site is available below:
Posted on 04 March 2014 by sloanr
The beautiful campus at JIS is the venue for the Art, Dance & Drama portion of IASAS Cultural Convention this year.
You can view the CC Art, Dance & Drama site and follow along at the link posted here. The site gives you the schedule, team members and video so you can enjoy the talent on display at this Cultural Convention event.
Posted on 25 February 2013 by sloanr
CC was hosted by ISM, JIS and SAS this year. The performances and activities began Thursday 28 February and concluded on Saturday 2 March. See the posts for each school’s special links to more information from the CC events they hosted. For example, here is something from ISM:
Check out the 2013 special Bamboo Telegraph issue of the Art, Dance and Drama CulCon IASAS held in Manila. Featuring blurbs on each of the school groups and photos from the event.
Posted on 20 February 2013 by sloanr
The Art, Dance and Drama performances from Manila began 28 February and ended on 2 March.
The website here: ISM CC Art, Dance & Drama has information of interest. Be sure to see the wrap-up from ISM here: