Main Program: Art for Impact



 
28 Oct 2018 10:15 - 11:30
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
Indus. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
4 DAY PASS 1 DAY PASS

A pantomime artist slash social activist, a theatre director assisting mothers to stage their own play, a visual artist helping people with schizophrenia, and an actor and illustrator remembering the May 1998 riots with the message: “We cannot heal what we will not face.” Calling all socially-conscious creators: this is art for impact’s sake.

Seorang seniman pantomim sekaligus pegiat sosial, seorang direktur teater yang telah membantu para ibu untuk mementaskan pertunjukkannya sendiri, seorang seniman visual yang membantu orang-orang dengan skizofrenia, dan seorang aktor sekaligus illustrator yang mengingat kerusuhan Mei 1998 dan berpesan: “Kita tidak bisa menyembuhkan hal-hal yang tidak kita hadapi”. Mengundang semua creator yang sadar sosial: ini adalah seni dari sebuah dampak besar.

Featuring

Uphie Abdurrahman

Uphie Abdurrahman is a seasoned cultural programmer at the US Embassy Jakarta. He translates and interprets professionally, writes folk songs with his guitar and scribbles surrealist short stories. As an …


Rani Pramesti

Rani Pramesti is a performance maker, intercultural producer and advocate for the arts. She revels in the interface between social justice and the arts. Throughout 2017-2018, Rani has been leading …


Budi Agung Kuswara

Contemporary Balinese artist Budi Agung Kuswara, aka Kabul, graduated from the Indonesian Institute of the Arts, Yogyakarta, and since then has exhibited his works extensively internationally. He is Co-founder of …


Cindy Saja

Cindy Saja is a freelance illustrator. She completed the BPKLN Scholarship for the Master of Design program at the Bandung Institute of Technology in 2014. Cindy’s works appear in books …


Kadek Sonia Piscayanti

Balinese writer Kadek Sonia Piscayanti has published several books, most recently her poetry collection Burning Hair (2017). A theatre director, she manages Mahima Community cultural group, and established independent publisher …


Wanggi Hoed

Wanggi Hoed is a pantomime artist and social activist born in Cirebon who is always chanting humanitarian, environmental, spiritual, and peace issues into his works. He represents Indonesia in the …



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