Main Program | Moving Pictures



 
27 Oct 2019 11:45 - 12:45
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
Indus. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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The way we consume stories is rapidly changing, and the popularity of graphic novels, memoirs and other types of visual storytelling for adult audiences proves images can capture enthralling narratives. Join these skilled sketchers from around the world as they discuss the joys and challenges of transforming words into poignant pictures.

Cara kita mengonsumsi cerita-cerita telah banyak berubah, dan popularitas dari novel-novel grafik, memoar, dan tipe lain dari media berkisah visual bagi audiens dewasa membuktikan bahwa gambar dapat menangkap naratif yang menakjubkan. Begabunglah dengan para pembuat sketsta yang terlatih dari seluruh dunia saat mereka mendiskusikan kegembiraan dan tantangan dari mengubah kata-kata menjadi gambar yang bermakna.

Featuring

Samuel Indratma

Samuel Indratma is a community visual artist and one of the Founders of the prominent Yogyakarta public art collective, Apotik Komik. He also co-founded the Jogjakarta Mural Forum in 2005. His …


Darryl Whetter

Dr Darryl Whetter is the author of four books of fiction and two poetry collections. His most recent book is the climate crisis novel Our Sands, forthcoming from Penguin Random …


Citra Marina

Engineer by training, brand manager by trade, and storyteller at heart, Citra Marina creates art as a reminder that not everything in this world must make sense. Her debut You’re Not As Alone As You Think is a collection of …


Mira Jacob

Mira Jacob is the author and illustrator of Good Talk: A Memoir in Conversations. Her critically acclaimed novel The Sleepwalker’s Guide to Dancing was a Barnes & Noble Discover New Writers pick, shortlisted …


Peter van Dongen

Peter van Dongen, born in 1966 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, is a Dutch comic artist and illustrator. His acclaimed graphic novel Rampokan is set in the time of the revolution in Indonesia, and …



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