Program Tags: Mulat Sarira


Live Music & Art | UWRF21 Closing Night

The final night of the Festival is a glorious evening with Festival friends, from the old to the new. Come and meet the great team behind UWRF21, then join us …

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Main Program | Cities for the People

Passionate about sustainable development, urban spaces and the well-being of his community, Ridwan Kamil is one of Indonesia’s most visionary Governors. With a background in architecture, he believes that cities …

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Book Launch | UWRF21 Anthology Book: Mulat Sarira

Each year, UWRF calls out to budding writers across the archipelago: send us your stories! The most outstanding emerging Indonesian voices, selected from hundreds of submissions, are published in the …

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Main Program | Back to Ubud

Since the pre-colonial era, Ubud has been an oasis of rich artistic expression and creativity. The Covid-19 pandemic continues to bring changes to various aspects of local life. At a …

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Main Program | Mulat Sarira: Self Reflection

Mulat Sarira is a Balinese philosophy that invites us to reflect on various aspects of ourselves and broader humanity, such as our relationship with the environment, society and the spiritual. …

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Main Program | Our Final Warning

In Our Final Warning, Mark Lynas explores the course we have set for Earth over the next century and beyond. He delivers a vital account of the likely consequences of …

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Main Program | Ethical Tourism Post Pandemic

As one of the most fearless defenders of Balinese culture and people, designer Niluh Djelantik is on a mission to build better tourism in the island post-pandemic. She has been …

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Main Program | New Spaces

The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the creative behaviour of artists, including writers and readers. Digital-based writing media are increasingly emerging, as is the presence of literacy appreciation activities in cyberspace. …

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Main Program | Beyond the Barriers

In the midst of accelerating the flow of information, there are still barriers that hinder our understanding of humanity. In the patriarchal socio-cultural system, women are one of the groups …

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Festival Club | There’s No Time to Waste

How complicated is the waste problem in Bali? Non-governmental movements that care about waste management on the island continue to grow to help make more people implement waste management independently. …

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