One of the activities Myuran Sukamaran undertakes as part of his reformation is screen printing.
We purchased numerous tee shirts from Myuran.
On our last day at Kerobokan, we asked Myuran if he’d be keen to design us a tee-shirt for us to sell.
He very kindly agreed to this, and personally hand printed 100 tee shirts. With four colours in the tee shirts, that’s 400 screen prints.
All proceeds of the tee shirt sales will be given to The Warden of Kerobokan prison to help fund more supplies for the screen printing studio.
Here is the tee shirt.
Note the rear panel copy:
Designed and produced in Kerobokan Prison, Bali, Indonesia. Born 17.04.2005
The date being the day he was captured which is quite a profound statement in itself
If you want to purchase a tee-shirt, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tee shirts are $25 plus any donation you wish to give, plus post and packaging
You can also pick them up in person from the foyer at The Bondi Pavilion Theatre bar before or after any show during the season.
You can watch a video of Producer Nick Bolton, in Bali, showing some of the tee shirts we bought
The cast and crew were all impressed with the reformation activities going on inside Kerobokan prison, especially the Art Studio and the Tee Shirt Screen Printing activities.
All proceeds of the Auction will be given to The Warden of Kerobokan prison to help fund more art supplies for the studio
We got the canvas painting professionally frames by Cyrils Framing in Cammeray North Sydney
If you want to make a silent bid for the painting, email email@example.com
You can watch a video of Producer Nick Bolton insed Kerobokan Prison describing the Art Studio