Jelajah Kampus at Taylor's University will be organized at Taylor's University - Lakeside Campus on 20th October 2016 (Thursday).
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Our local homegrown talent will be bringing the beats to Jelajah Kampus, with the likes of Son Of A Policeman (SOAP) bustling their indie rojak sounds, while Johny Comes Lately’s ska punk sounds are sure to entertain with their known energentic performance. YouTube sensation Talitha Tanwill mesmerise you with her fine tunes, and completing the line-up of music performances are alternative indie band Beatburns and pop punk outfit An Honest Mistake.
Express your creativity with brushes and learn special lettering techniques at the brush lettering workshop. Roll up your sleeves for some carpentary fun at the wood work workshop where you’ll get a chance to build your own side table. Fancy making yourself a leather card holder? Then head on to the leather making workshop. And finally, customise your very own Jelajah Kampus x Taylor's University T-shirt at the JK Silk Screen workshop.
Browse the gallery and get up close and personal with Nazrin Latipi Artworks’s acrylic paintings entitled ‘Penglipulara’ and Julius Raja Manickam aka Kangblabla.'s wooden art collection. Be inspired with Galeri Titikmerahin their art journey and you can partake in Jelajah Warna, a project that involves all the Jelajah Kampus universities contributing to a giant doodle art poster.
MEET & CERITA
Fashion designer Michael M Herrera, who has a celebrity following that includes The Black Eyed Peas, Carly Rae-Jepsen and Britney Spears, will share valuable fashion tips and secrets to success of his internatioinal fashion business.
Entry and participation is FREE
Jelajah Kampus is an initiative by Rakan Muda to engage the youth in every aspect: entrepreneurship, environment, community, entertainment, innovation, arts & culture and digital. Throughout the year, Jelajah Kampus will host a variety of workshops, exhibitions and talks – all led by inspiring youths – at universities around the country.