In archaeology, rock art or cave paintings are man-made markings drawn on natural stone.
Unbeknownst to many, there are at least six interesting historical rock art sites found in Sarawak. Each holds a piece of
Self-taught artist Mary Anne Vaz was born in Penang, but she has called Sarawak home since she married her Kelabit husband.
She uses various mediums in her art including batik, acrylic, water colour and
Advertising has been around since people created the written word. In this 21st century, we are constantly bombarded with advertisements, whether it's in newspapers, websites, social media, billboards or signage.
Today's advertisements usually sell
Friends of Sarawak Museum (FoSM) is organising a free talk on how we should think about history.
Themed ‘How we should think about History: Agency, Morale and Purpose in the Batu Lintang Internment Camp’,
Located in the northwest Borneo island, the Malaysian state of Sarawak is the largest state in the country.
It is nicknamed ‘Bumi Kenyalang’ or 'Land of the Hornbills' as these birds are culturally significant