Giveaway

Dear all,

Please bear in mind that the giveaway is only for this weekend’s Tech and Business ShareShops.

Thus entries that were submitted for Shareshops not between the 2nd and 3rd of June are not eligible for entry. Do kindly re-submit for consideration.

Thank you very much!

Love,
The CultureRun team

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Thank you!!!

We are one of the top 10 nominees for the
DiGi Google Most Inspiring Internet For Good Award!

Thank you so much for all your support and love for the CultureRun community! We are so chuffed about it that we want to do something wonderful to celebrate!

We will be giving away 3 pairs of tickets to any of our Do Something Different ShareShops this weekend to the first 3 people who email hello@culturerun.com with the subject title ‘Make A difference!’,  their name and what they would like to learn!

Once again thank you so much for getting us here!

Try first, think later

“We have a strategic plan, It’s called doing things” – Herb Kelleher

I’ve noticed that the primary difference between successful people and unsuccessful people is that successful people seem to fail more.

All people we call brilliant and visionaries today, went through an enormous amount of failure to get where they are.
Einstein was expelled from school and wrote countless of papers that no one referenced, Henry Ford went bankrupt 5 times before he founded Ford Motors, Walt Disney was told “he lacked imagination and had no good ideas” and Oprah was fired from her job as a television reporter because she was deemed to be “unfit for tv.”

There are some exceptions to the rule, but most ideas started out as a tiny conviction that most probably no one but the founder themselves believed in. It takes hard work, dedication and guts to pursue that idea and turn it into a reality. Don’t be afraid to try something out in fear of failure. Have a great idea?  Define the smallest step that you can think of to get your idea started, the risks that you are willing to take for it, and then go for it!

For support on how to take that step towards pursuing your idea, and how to develop and execute it,
This Saturday (June 2nd) serial entreupreuner Roslan Bakri will be holding a CultureRun ShareShop on How to move ideas to action

What’s on this weekend!

CultureRun’s Do Something Different Weekend’s second week is Arts, Film and Theatre!

Fancy being artsy, dramatic or crafty? We have a whole list of ShareShops here to suit whatever creative mood you may be in!

Do register soon! Registration closing dates for Saturday’s Shareshop is midnight!

Saturday, May 27th

Handmade Fabric Flowers by Leena Wong at CRIB KL
Learn how to make these gorgeous eco friendly fabric flowers to embellish clothing, as an accessory or as home decoration. Perfect as bridal bouquets!

Speed Sketching: Cafe Portraits by Suwen Low at Chatime Galleria, Puchong
Learn how to quickly sketch the people and moments around you .

 

Sunday, May 27th


Introduction to Acting by Michael Chen at TNT Kickboxing. 
Learn the differences between film acting and stage acting

Photoshop 101: Basic Editing by Individium founder Aaron Lam at Wiseed Meeting Center
Learn essential Photoshop Skills! – CultureRun will be providing sign language Interpreter for this ShareShops or deaf participants.

Shoot A Short Iphone Movie by filmmaker Kareem Koh at Chatime Galleria, Puchong
Learn how to shoot and edit a short film without fancy or expensive equipment!

So what are you waiting for? Jumpstart your weekends with CultureRun!

Capturing iconic film scenes with a painter’s brush

Just discovered Massimo Carnevale’s amazing work! He does stunning tribute paintings of iconic film scenes. His bold style and heavy brushstrokes re-creates and captures vibrant and poignant emotions inspired by moments in films.

Thought I’d play a fun game with it, so the first person to guess which film this painting is based on wins a ticket to Shoot an Iphone Movie with filmmaker Kareem Koh or Introduction to Acting with actor Michael Chen ☺

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