Main Program: Preserving Culture



 
26 Oct 2017 10:15 - 11:30
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Taman Baca. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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Modern political, economic and social factors pose significant threat to Indigenous and traditional cultures. But keeping in touch with tradition isn’t only the work of elders and anthropologists. These young creatives reflect on the role that film, literature and photography can play in promoting awareness and preserving culture.

Moderenisasi politik, ekonomi dan faktor sosial menjadi sebuat ancaman pada keberadaan budaya dan tradisi lokal. Namun untuk menjaga tradisi dan budaya bukan hanya tanggungjawab para orang tua atau antropolog. Para kreator muda ini mampu membangkitkan kesadaran berbudaya dan pelestariannya melalui film, sastra, dan fotografi.

Featuring

Sanaz Fotouhi

Sanaz Fotouhi is Director of Asia Pacific Writers & Translators Conference, and a writer and filmmaker. Her book The Literature of the Iranian Diaspora: Meaning and Identity Since the Islamic …


Dicky Senda

From Mollo in the highlands of Timor, Dicky Senda is a novelist and food activist who has published a short story collection and a poetry collection. He founded the social …


David Palazón

David Palazón is an award-winning documentary photographer, filmmaker, designer and artist from Barcelona. Driven by a curious nature for exploration, his work is a continuous enquiry into the human condition. …


Tenzin Dickie

Tenzin Dickie is a writer and literary translator. She is editor of Old Demons, New Deities: Twenty One Short Stories from Tibet, the first English language anthology of Tibetan fiction …


Rob Henry

Rob Henry is a self-taught independent filmmaker and cultural activist. He is currently touring his feature documentary debut As Worlds Divide, about the Mentawai who live off the coast of …



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