The Festival Club is an event running each day of the UWRF22 program. The Festival Club will feature various young speakers and inspiring figures, discussing a range of diverse topics from literature, social issues, the environment, and art.
The Festival Club events venue is in Rumah Buku, Taman Baca @Festival Hub from 27 – 30 October.
Join a lively Indolitclub discussion of two stories from the UWRF 2022 Anthology. The stories were written by Eko Darmoko and Sasti Gotama from their unique cultural, historical, social, and …Read more
View the Gurat Institute & Art Project, a Bali art collective that is actively exploring the Island’s art. Learn about Prasi paintings on lontar and the works of I Gusti …Read more
The book Menolak Ayah explores Batak culture by using magical words and presenting contradictions between traditional Batak culture and Jakarta society in the early 1960s. Join author Ashadi Siregar in …Read more
Meet the book editors who work endlessly to curate and publish high-quality work. Find out the best tips and tricks from budding writers in the publishing world and learn the …Read more
What are the characteristics of publishing nationally and internationally? Find out how to present your writing to the public and join the discussion on the intricacies of copyright. Novice writers …Read more
Written amid many challenges, Love Munir records Suciwati’s life path as the wife of Munir Said Thalib, a courageous Indonesian activist who was killed for defending human rights and civil …Read more
The world’s largest federation of national, regional, and specialist publishers’ associations, The International Publishers Association (IPA), will have the 33rd International Publishers Congress in Jakarta on 10-12 November 2022. Join …Read more
A history into the Afghan cameleers and their influence of the infrastructure of Australia’s history and their relationship with Australia’s first nation people. A panel discussion with the film maker …Read more
Bali brings together various groups of people and ethnicities, who all have a bond of love for this island. With so many changes happening, how is cultural preservation grown without …Read more
Jean Couteau invites you to a discussion with the author of Bali, 50 Years of Changes: A Conversation with Jean Couteau, Eric Buvelot, about how otherness and nationalism have evolved …Read more