Gudang Noisy adalah sebuah Pusat Komuniti yang direalisasikan oleh beberapa rakan disebabkan kurangnya ruang bebas untuk anak muda menjalankan aktiviti-aktiviti alternatif di Malaysia. Malangnya Gudang Noisy sedang menghadapi masalah kewangan untuk mengekalkan ruang ini sebagai ruang komuniti dan gig. Pemilik bangunan ini menetapkan tempoh selama sebulan untuk membayar sewa tunggakan sebanyak RM3000. Terdapat beberapa masalah dari segi pembayaran sebelum Pusat Komuniti Gudang Noisy mula beraktiviti. Hal ini menjadikan situasi Gudang Noisy yang baru sahaja aktif terbantut.
Antara aktiviti yang telah dijalankan di ruang ini adalah festival (Femme Fest, Girl Fest, Zine Fest), vegan cafe, pembuatan soya, perpustakaan mini yang mengandungi pelbagai buku dan zine, penjualan dan pembuatan tshirt, penjualan risalah dan music alternatif, ruang untuk perjumpaan dan perbincangan, workshop tattoo tapping, Really Really Free Market (pasar percuma), movie screening percuma secara bulanan, gig dan sebagainya. Pada masa hadapan, terdapat banyak aktiviti yang telah dirancang seperti Food Not Bombs, ko-operasi basikal, infoshop (Pustaka Semesta) dan lain-lain.
Oleh itu, kami sangat mengalu-alukan bantuan dan sokongan dari anda untuk menderma sebanyak RM20 (atau lebih). Kami menjemput anda untuk turut serta menjalankan aktiviti di ruang ini dan menghulurkan bantuan untuk menyelamatkan ruang ini agar segala bentuk aktiviti alternatif dapat diteruskan di masa akan datang.
Setiap sumbangan boleh disalurkan ke akaun bank Ahmad Ariffudin bin Ab Rahman (MAYBANK 114086009975) atau hubungi 0127968504 / email@example.com.
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Translated by our friends in FNBKL’s blog
Gudang Noisy is a community center established by a group of friends upon realizing that there is a lack of space for young people to organize alternative activities in Malaysia. Unfortunately, Gudang Noisy is currently facing some financial problems to sustain the space as a community center and a place to throw gigs. The owner of the building has given us a month to settle all the outstanding rent which is now stands at RM 3,000. We have been facing a lot problem in terms of paying rent since we started operating here. This is a huge hindrance for Gudang Noisy as it has been actively organizing things of recent.
We have organized a number of events here at the space, including radical festivals (Femme Fest, Zine Fest), vegan cafe, DIY soy milk, silk screening, tattoo workshop (tapping), really really free market, monthly free screening, gigs, amongst many other things. Besides that, we also have a mini library here which has a range of books and zines, a space to conduct meetings and discussion, as well as other things. We have also planned a slew of activities for the future including Food not Bombs, a bicycle co-op, and an infoshop (Pustaka Semesta).
We would really appreciate it if you would be able to donate at least RM 20 (or more) to help us out in this time of need. And we would also like to invite you to participate in any future events to save Gudang Noisy so that there is a space for people to continue organizing alternative events.
All donations can be channeled to Ahmad Ariffudin bin Ab Rahman (MAYBANK 114086009975) or please contact us at 0127968504 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
For updates please check out our Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/pages/Ampang-Selangor/gudang-noisy/130490626985354
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Just a short report on the RRFM that happened recently. It went on great! Friends got together and help setting up and clean the space the night before. They donated clothes, kitchen utensils, toys, curtains, shoes etc. Banners were hung in front of the space to let people know of the event. Curious passer-by went in to check out the stuff given away. People who came were informed by the flyers which was distributed around the area. At which one of the folk who got to know of the event via a flyer that was voluntarily translated to Mandarin by supporting folk from the Chinese community in the vicinity. Our neighbors came and took clothes for their Hari Raya celebration attire and gave away some of their own old clothes as well! People from the nearby shops came to greet and get to know the people at the space. A few children and teenagers had a session of jamming some music after they pick their stuff. Most who came were from the lower class including the immigrant workers. They love the RRFM idea and glad that Gudang organised it.
Thanks for those who came and make the event happened! See you again at the next RRFM (maybe this Oct).
We welcome new ideas and skills to make RRFM more fun.