Special Event | Thinking Big at bridges

26 Oct 2019 18:30 - 21:30
IDR 1,000,000
bridges. Jl. Raya Campuhan, Ubud (Google Maps)

UWRF brings together thinkers from around the world and we’ve gathered three of the Festival’s biggest for a one-night-only celebration. Join religious scholar Reza Aslan, risk-taking journalist Sanam Maher, and professional globetrotter Tony Wheeler at bridges, one of Ubud’s most in-demand dining rooms, for dinner and a banquet of big ideas.

Includes welcome drink and three-course dinner.

Featuring

Reza Aslan

Reza Aslan is an internationally-renowned writer, commentator, professor, producer and scholar of religions. His books, including the #1 New York Times bestseller, Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth, No god but God: …


Sanam Maher

Sanam Maher is a journalist based in Karachi, Pakistan. For more than a decade, she has covered stories on Pakistan’s art and culture, business, politics, religious minorities and women. A Woman …


Tony Wheeler

An Asia ‘hippie trail’ trek led to the creation of Lonely Planet and The New York Times describing Tony as “the trailblazing patron saint of the world’s backpackers and adventure travelers”. Since Lonely Planet there’s been …


Gill Westaway

Gill Westaway lives on the island of Lombok, Indonesia, and runs a small guesthouse. In her former incarnation working for the British Council, she collaborated closely with writers and artists …



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