Main Program: Serious About Young Minds



 
27 Oct 2018 13:00 - 14:15
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
Indus. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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Ranging from a profound examination of childhood to contemporary works that engage the intellect of children and teenagers, these writers and artists are serious about young minds. Connect with your inner child for a deep dive into wildness, wonder, compassion, and creativity.

Dari permainan masa kecil hingga karya-karya konteporer yang rumit bagi anak-anak dan remaja, para penulis dan seniman ini benar-benar serius dengan para pemikir muda. Ajak sisi kanak-kanak Anda untuk menyelami keliaran, keajaiban, kasih sayang, dan kreativitas.

Featuring

Norman Ince

Norman Ince has taught English for over 25 years in Indonesia, most recently at Jakarta Intercultural School. Over this time he has cultivated a strong interest in Indonesian literature and …


Innosanto Nagara

Innosanto Nagara is a children’s author, activist, and graphic designer. He is the author of the bestselling alphabet book A is for Activist as well as Counting on Community, My …


Julia Lawrinson

Julia Lawrinson is an Australian writer who has written more than a dozen books for children and young adults, many of them award-winning. Her latest novel for young adults is …


Jay Griffiths

Jay Griffiths is an award-winning writer influenced by Indigenous cultures. She has written on the politics of time (Pip Pip); the importance of wildness (Wild); the natural world in childhood …



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