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Reprising a successful activity from the 2018 Festival, The Jakarta Post’s Maggie Tiojakin will lead this relaxed and reflective writing exercise called ‘Dear You.’ The aim is to deliver a …Read more
Felix K. Nesi’s heartfelt documentary Sailum: Song Of The Rustling Leaves is a tribute to Indonesia’s indigenous agrarian culture, intricately woven with centuries-old religious devotion. Amid the backdrop of the …Read more
Mark Heyward’s memoir, Glass Islands, is described as “a heartfelt love-song to the place he has made his home, and to his own Indonesian family.” The book narrates Heyward’s life …Read more
Join us for a musical journey bridging past and present through storytelling. We showcase songwriters as agents of social change. Patrick Burgess, a former musician turned human rights advocate, infuses …Read more
Join us as we delve into the world of Jung Jung Te-Jung, a name derived from the sounds of drums in a fresh Balinese dance composition. Witness the evolution from …Read more
This book is about the collaboration and lessons learned from two organizations: Torajamelo, a sustainable lifestyle social enterprise that aims to address the issue of outward migration from rural communities …Read more