Main Program: Jagadhita



 
28 Oct 2018 15:45 - 17:00
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
Taman Baca. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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Like many Festivals past, this year’s theme is drawn from a Balinese Hindu philosophy. ‘Jagadhita’ is the individual pursuit of universal harmony and prosperity as one of life’s primary goals. Yet harmony in our personal lives still eludes many. Join these diverse creatives as they unfold the eternal quest for happiness.

Seperti festival-festival yang telah diselenggarakan sebelumnya, tema tahun ini diambil dari filosofi Hindu Bali. ‘Jagadhita’ adalah upaya individu untuk mencapai keselarasan dan kesejahteraan universal sebagai salah satu tujuan utama kehidupan. Namun, keharmonisan dalam kehidupan personal kita masih memiliki banyak aspek. Bergabunglah dengan beragam orang-orang kreatif ini saat mereka membuka pintu menuju kebahagiaan yang abadi.

Featuring

Rio Helmi

Rio Helmi has been photographing and writing about Asia for various media since 1978. For the last year Rio has been documenting and writing about Gunung Agung for his blog …


Jill Stark

Jill Stark is an award-winning journalist and author of the memoirs Happy Never After and High Sobriety, which was shortlisted in the Kibble Literary Awards and longlisted in the Walkley Book of the …


Dee Lestari

Dewi Lestari, popularly known by her pen name Dee Lestari, is one of the frontrunners of Indonesia’s modern book scene. Dee initiated her career in the music industry as a …


Richard Oh

Richard Oh is a novelist and film director. His fifth film, Love is a Bird, has a special screening at UWRF18. His previous films are Koper (The Lost Suitcase) (2006), …


Avianti Armand

Avianti Armand is an author, poet, curator, and architect. She led the Indonesian curatorial team at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice in 2014. She received the Khatulistiwa Literary …



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