Special Event: Long Table Dinner: Edible Indonesia

26 Oct 2018 18:30 - 21:00
650,000 | 800,000 with wine pairing
Lumbung Restaurant at Desa Visesa . Jl. Suweta, Ubud (Google Maps)

Indonesia inspires many of UWRF’s writers, and its cuisine is celebrated by the chefs at Lumbung Restaurant at Desa Visesa. We’re bringing them together for a long table dinner where you’ll discover dishes imbued with time-honored traditions, and writers who’ll share their experiences from across these islands of imagination.

Includes welcome drink, three-course dinner. Wine pairing optional.

Featuring

Vasuki Shastry

Vasuki Shastry was a business and economics journalist in India, Singapore, and Indonesia before joining the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 1998. He was bureau chief of The Business Times …


Will Buckingham

Will Buckingham is a philosopher, anthropologist and writer across multiple genres. He is interested in the places where stories intersect and philosophies cross-pollinate, those points of cultural encounter where new …


Jewel Topsfield

Jewel Topsfield was the Indonesia correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age from 2015 to 2018. She has won multiple awards, including a Walkley for international journalism and …


Febriana Firdaus

Febriana Firdaus is an independent investigative journalist. She covers a variety of issues, and for the past two years focused on Papua and assisting the curation of Suara Papua‘s newsletter. …


Ross Tapsell

Ross Tapsell is a senior lecturer and researcher at the Australian National University’s College of Asia and the Pacific, specializing in media and culture in Southeast Asia. He is the …


Avara Yaron

Avara Yaron is an entrepreneur and an artist. A periodic shapeshifter, Avara has earned a film degree, a spiritual counseling license, and has explored life as a painter, filmmaker, jewelry …


Clarissa Goenawan

Clarissa Goenawan is an Indonesian-born Singaporean writer. Her debut novel, Rainbirds, was the winner of the prestigious Bath Novel Award for unpublished and self-published novelists. Her short stories have received …


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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