Choreographer: Darlane Litaay
Saturday, November 23, 2013, 08:00 PM
Duration: 50 minutes
Art exhibition Pelicin
Artists: Brian Suryajaya Gautama, Cut and Rescue, Faisal R. Yeroushalaim, Ika Vantiani, Moch. Hasrul, Natasha Gabriella Tontey, Putri Ayu Lestari, Sulaiman Said
Opening: November 19, 2013, 07:00 PM
Exhibition: November 20-30, 2013
Open to the public
Indonesia as Seen from the East
Speakers: Francisia Saveria Sika Ery Seda, Glenn Fredly, Jacky Manuputty
Wednesday, November 13, 2013, 07:00 PM
Gandini Juggling (UK)
Director: Sean Gandini & Kati Ylä-Hokkala
(For audience aged 08 and up)
Sunday, October 27, 2013, 04:00 PM
Through a series of vignettes, Smashed evokes nostalgia for a world of black and white photographs, post war romance and tense relationships. The performers dance, act and junggle with a flirtatious and comedic attitude loved by all ages. Inspired by the work of German choreographer Pina Bausch, the show will make you laugh so hard.
Social Circus Workshop
Once again, tales can be learned and told through circus performances. Foreign circus artists will be on hand to conduct this circus workshop—juggling skills using bottles, balls, and plates; introduction to acrobatics; etc—to help enliven the tales of Pancatantra.
This dance-theater performance is a new interpretation on The Restaurant of Many Orders, a novel by Kenji Miyazawa. It asked the question “what is human” and “how are we supposed to make a connection with nature”.
Entang Wiharso Exhibition
Entang Wiharso will create an installation made up of fences, walls, fort or "something" that refers to those forms. If the fort-fences of our daily lives serve to strengthen the sense of ownership by private individuals, families groups or race, nation, then the virtual world (internet, social media) has taken down these "fences".
Ubud Writers and Readers Festival and Komunitas Salihara Present Workshops and Readings Women of Letters
Workshops and Readings
A letter is an important facility for thought. Kartini’s ideas, so familiar to us today, are conveyed through letters. The digital era has transformed the way we write letters. Are we now more adept at short expressions in social media?
Workshop and reading
Ubud Writers and Readers Festival and Komunitas Salihara present
Workshop and reading Women of Letters
Thursday, October 03, 2013, 03:30-06:00 PM (workshop), 07:00 PM (Reading)
Free of Charge | Registration: email@example.com
Public Lecture Series
The din of literature should also be the din of literary criticism. Competition amongst criticisms is often sharp enough to pierce the surface as an ideological war. We know from history that the study around literature does not stop at literary criticism. Instead