Gangsapura Joins GMBB: A New Chapter for Arts and Community Development

Published on 27/04/2024

Let's welcome Gangsapura to the GMBB community! With the support of ThinkCity, Gangsapura has finally found its home at GMBB. Gangsapura plays a crucial role in elaborating ThinkCity's mission to attract more visitors to downtown KL through the power of arts. Their new studio aims to organise more workshops and classes, enriching the local arts scene.

Izan Satrina, Senior Director - Partnerships & Creative Sector of ThinkCity, congratulates Gangsapura on finding a new home and thanks them for their continued support in contributing to KL's vibrant arts scene. Izan Satrina also reveals that ThinkCity will announce a new grant opportunity in early May, covering six sectors aimed at revitalizing the city. The grant aims to support and extend opportunities to a wider range of sectors, ensuring that everyone has access to new opportunities.

Today's event marks a significant milestone in the collaboration between grant agencies and the arts industry, demonstrating how they are working together to develop a stronger, more vibrant community through music and arts. This is just the beginning of transforming the city and building a stronger community. We wish Gangsapura all the best in their future endeavors and look forward to seeing their mission achieve even greater success.

Visit Gangsapura's website for more information on workshops, classes, and the latest activities.

GM-8-13A, GMBB,
No. 2, Jalan Robertson,
50150 Kuala Lumpur.

Contact number:
+6 014 709 8125

Mon: Closed
Tue - Sun: 10am to 8pm


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