Charity Art Show Features Pop Band Rudimental's Struggles

Last update: 25/10/2017

By Mukhriz Mat Husin

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 25 (Bernama) -- Warner Music Malaysia has staged a charity art show portraying the various struggles of electronic pop band Rudimental has gone through to overcome adversity.

To kick off the event at Publika Shopping Gallery, 10 talented fine artists created their very own visual rendition of "Sun Comes Up", the band's new track featuring James Arthur.

The 10 artists are Nazrin Shah, Quek Arlene, Tan Zu Wen, G. Naga Prasanthi - Isha, Yatie Joy, Pooja Verma, Siti Rahmayanti, Mohd. Redzwan Hisham, Nadia Sanford and Fayfay Xiao Ting.

"The titular track proves to be an apt metaphor when it comes to spreading a banner of positivity, which is why in collaboration with mapkl, this event Sun Comes Up has come about," said Warner Music Malaysia in a statement.

The 10 finished art pieces are currently up for auction and the art work are being displayed at Publika´s Black Bridge, Level G3 above the information counter.

BID FOR THE PAINTINGS

Generous donors can bid for the paintings physically via the bid forms situated with the paintings or on online through this website: http://bit.ly/SunComesUpBid. All proceeds will be donated to SUKA Society - http://www.sukasociety.org/

As a non-governmental organisation, SUKA Society aims to protect and to preserve the best interests of children.

It is currently focusing on a project, which provides training, support, and resources for the indigenous communities to self-start their own pre-school education classes.

At the event, while the artists worked at creating beautiful visuals, local musicians entertained the audience with music and their very own cover of Rudimental´s Sun Comes Up and various other songs to spread the message of positivity.

For the young, colouring activities were held all revolving around the theme of positivity and the message of“ Sun Comes Up and the kids were able to take home their artwork.

-- BERNAMA