Live Music & Arts: Pecha Kucha



 
26 Oct 2017 19:30 - 21:00
/ IDR 100,000
Betelnut. Jl. Raya Ubud (Google Maps)

Global performance phenomenon Pecha Kucha – now in more than 900 cities – sees Festival artists present 20 images for 20 seconds each. With dozens of daring ideas set to boil over it’s always a raucous and racy capacity crowd, so be sure to nab your spot early.

Tickets available at the door.

Fenomena kinerja global Pecha Kucha, seat ini ada di lebih dari 900 kota dengan melihat para seniman Festival menyajikan 20 gambar dengan setiap gambar berlangsung selama 20 detik. Dengan puluhan gagasan berani yang didengarnya, selalu ada kerumunan orang yang kasar, maka pastikan untuk segera menangkap titik awal Anda.

Tiket tersedia di pintu masuk.

Featuring

Rizqi R. Mosmarth

Rizqi R. Mosmarth, known by the name ECKY, is the Founder FIGHT, a comic magazine established in 2015. He is the writer, editor, illustrator and publisher of Masyarakat Komik Indonesia. …


Nila Tanzil

Nila Tanzil is the Founder and CEO of Travel Sparks and Taman Bacaan Pelangi (Rainbow Reading Gardens), a non-profit organization building children’s libraries in some of eastern Indonesia’s most remote …


Marc Nair

Poet and photographer Marc Nair was the recipient of the Singapore National Arts Council (NAC) 2016 Young Artist Award. He has published seven volumes of poetry and performed spoken word …


Paula Constant

Paula Constant has walked 12,000km through England, France, Spain, Portugal, Morocco, Mauritania, Mali and Niger. From 2005-2007, she walked over 7,000km through the Sahara with her own camels, until she …


Rachel Ang

Rachel Ang is a comics artist from Melbourne. She studied Painting at the Victorian College of the Arts and Architecture at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University. Her work …


Trinity

Trinity is Indonesia’s leading travel writer with 13 national bestselling books, including The Naked Traveler series which was adapted into the feature film Trinity: The Nekad Traveler. Her blog naked-traveler.com …



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