What is Coffee Cupping? OK, let's skip this first because I am going to give it a good coverage and it's gonna to take some time to put all the words together. Will be posting my first proper cupping session (although I did attended coffee appreciation session at other cafe before) later tonite as the Part II of this blog post.
For 2 days (13/12 & 14/12/2014 - TOMORROW LAST DAY!), The Art Factory is held from 10AM until 6PM. I saw about 20 vendors at the bazaar who offer, but not limited to, creative handcrafts such as rings, earrings and decorations; I also saw hand-sewed leather pouches and bags, cuddles and gifts (X'mas is just around the corner!), books, cute-looking hand-drawn cartoons on jeans/cloths and fine art prints.
There are 3 Sabahan's directed films - namely Karaoke, Kolam and Di Ambang at the upper floor. No ticket is required (sorry, no popcorn too). Too bad I missed Karaoke and only managed to catch Kolam (Pool) - a short film / documentary by Chong Chan Fui who carefully tell the attemps of community-rebuild in Aceh, Indonesia, who survived from the deadliest tsunami in 2004.
|Coffee Cupping Session|
|Hair Growth Tonic?|
Actually its for your beard LOL
By Lois Tan
|Postcard for sales|
|Handmade and hand-painted Leather Pouch by Glorious Won from Korea|
|Always crowded Borneo Natural Beads - handmade jewelries by Yoshi|
|Japanese Sandals? So cute-looking~|
|Hand made jewelries by Bikin|
|Legacy Clothing and Mondo Borneo|
|Cute cuddles by Hooked|
|Art Prints by Elena|
|The Art Factory 2014|
For tomorrow's schedule, please refer here:
Event: The Art Factory 2014
Venue: Centre for Arts and Design
Date: 13/12 & 14/12/2014
Time: 10AM - 6PM
Address: No. 1 & 3, Block 6 MDR, Jalan Pelabuhan, Tanjung Lipat, 88000 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
See you there!
NOTE: Pictures taken from CAD Sabah Facebook page