By Lwin Mar Htun 1 November 2019
Music Connects by Turning Table Myanmar
Turning Table Myanmar will host a creative event for all art lovers called “Music Connects” and this is their second edition. At the event, there will be a music talk program with guest musicians and they will also have small performances by local bands The Reasonabilists, The Peacists, The Apple-Jack and Darko C . If you are a person who loves art and freedom of expression, this is an event you shouldn’t miss.
Nov. 1 / 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. / Turning Table Myanmar, No. 78 Thu Mingalar 3 Street, in the compound of Thu Mingalar Housing Complex, Yangon
Flavours of Turkey at Café Sule
Sule Shangri-La Yangon is celebrating the rich diversity of Turkish food and culture at Café Sule, featuring culinary creations from guest chefs Engin Oytun and Erhan Ustun from Shangri-La Bosphorus, Istanbul. They named the event “Flavours of Turkey” and it will run only during dinner, at 38 USD [57,800 kyats] per person. Turkish cuisine is today considered one the main cuisines of the world and this is a chance to taste Turkish cuisine without traveling. For table reservations, guests can send an email to: [email protected].
Oct. 31 to Nov. 5 / Dinner / Café Sule at Sule Shangri-La
Yangon Farmers Market #75
The 75th edition of the weekly Yangon Farmers Market is coming together to bring you the best and freshest food including bread, veggies, eggs, plants, honey, coffee, tea, juice, salad, fruit, spices and much more. Karaweik Garden will charge 300 kyats entrance fee per person and guests need to bring re-usable bags for shopping because this event is plastic free.
Nov. 2 / 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. / Karaweik Garden, Kantawgyi Park
The Makers Market #8
After the rainy season, The Makers Market is back with its 8th edition. This monthly event will bring together the finest in local handmade arts and crafts, food vendors, activities and music. Guests can shop, hang out with friends, eat, drink and catch the sunset by Kantawgyi Lake. You can find many locally made products here. As above, the garden charges a 300-kyat entrance fee per person.
Nov. 3 / 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. / Karaweik Garden, Kantawgyi Park
Myanm/Art Film Screening
MYANM/ART Gallery will screen the contemporary art documentary “Marina Abramovic – The Artist Is Present”. This documentary details the life of performance artist Marina Abramovic, following her journey and attempts to challenge the mind and its relationship to feeling. Entry is free.
Nov. 7 / 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. / Myanm/Art, Urban Asia Centre