Festival Club: Retired, Rewired



 
25 Oct 2018 17:00 - 18:00
/ / Free
Bar Luna. Jl. Raya Ubud (Google Maps)

Long-time Bali resident Cat Wheeler describes herself and her friends as ‘the ones who got away’, exchanging briefcases and cityscapes for gamelan sounds and rice field vistas. She shares her journey to ‘exuberant elderhood’ in Retired, Rewired: Living Without Adult Supervision in Bali – come along for the ride.

Seorang yang sudah cukup lama menetap di Bali, Cat Wheeler menggambarkan dirinya dan teman-temannya sebagai ‘orang-orang yang melarikan diri’, menukar koper dan pemandangan kota untuk suara gamelan dan pemandangan sawah. Ia berbagi perjalanannya sebagai ‘orangtua yang bersemangat’ di Retired, Rewired: Living Without Adult Supervision in Bali – datanglah untuk menikmati perjalanan ini.

Featuring

Geoffrey Williams

Geoffrey Williams graduated from Australia’s National Institute of Dramatic Arts in 1975. He was Cultural Manager for the City of Sydney during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, spent four years …


Cat Wheeler

Cat has been living in and writing about Bali since 2000. Her books and articles chronicle with gentle wit the daily life and cultural perplexities that come with living in …



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