Jeffrey Lim of the Bicycle Map Project.

As part of Five Arts Centre‘s 30 year anniversary celebrations, “TenTenTEN”, they are hosting an event about Cultural Mapping at their base in TTDI on Saturday 5 April. The event, held in association with #BetterCities, will bring together artists, activists, planners and policymakers.

As well as a mapping exhibition open to the public from 1.30pm, there will also be two panel discussions, moderated by Tricia Yeoh of the IDEAS thinktank and Janet Pillai, author of Cultural Mapping and established Five Arts member.

At 2pm, there will be talk on cycling in KL featuring cycling activist Jeffrey Lim, MBPJ town planning director Pn. Sharipah Marhaini and YB Elizabeth Wong. This will be followed by a panel on Chowrasta market’s regeneration featuring Chen Yoke Pin (cultural worker, facilitator & mapper) and Eleen Foo (architect from Arkitek LLA).

Admission is free.

Find out more here.