Main Program | Back to Ubud

16 Oct 2021 16:15 - 17:30
/ IDR 299,000 (All Main Program Access)
Online via townscript.com | Live in Indus Restaurant . Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

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 time when Ubud is quiet and most businesses are closed, we reflect on what has happened and how do we rise to the challenge? What will post-covid Ubud look like?

This session is presented in Bahasa Indonesia

Bahkan sejak zaman pra-kolonial, kekayaan ekspresi Ubud telah menjadi oase kreativitas. Kehadirannya semakin mencerminkan keterbukaan dan keindahan kawasan ini. Di sisi lain, pandemi telah merusak berbagai aspek kehidupannya. Di saat Ubud sepi dan kosong, kami merenungkan apa yang terjadi dan bagaimana menghadapi tantangan.

Sesi ini dipersembahkan dalam Bahasa Indonesia


Happy Salma

Jero Happy Salma Wanasari is an Indonesian actress, model, and writer. Known as Happy Salma, she started her career as a model and presenter, then started acting in numerous television …

Gustra Adnyana

Gustra Adnyana is the Co-founder of a library and café, Littletalks Ubud, as well as an art collective for young Balinese artists and creators, YaPS Bali. He is very active …

Kadek Purnami

Kadek Purnami is a writer and event planner based in Bali. In 2012, she published a collection of short stories entitled Sebab Cinta and in 2020, she published the audiobook. …

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