Main Program | Dreams from the Golden Island


 
 
30 Oct 2022 11:30 - 12:30
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Mimpi-mimpi dari Pulau Emas, Dreams from the Golden Island, is a poetic narrative by Elizabeth Inandiak and other writers and artists about the great sages of China, India, and Tibet who converged on Muara Jambi, Sumatera, now inhabited by a village of clairvoyant Muslims. Once the crossroads of the Buddhist Sea Route, Indonesia’s oldest Buddhist temple can be found here.

Mimpi-mimpi dari Pulau Emas, Dreams from the Golden Island, adalah narasi puitis oleh Elizabeth Inandiak bersama penulis dan seniman lainnya mengenai orang-orang bijak dari Cina, India, dan Tibet yang berkumpul di Muara Jambi, Sumatera, yang kini menjadi desa Muslim. Setelah persimpangan Rute Laut Buddha, candi Buddha tertua di Indonesia dapat ditemukan di sini.

Featuring

Mukthar Hadi

Mukhtar Hadi is a teacher who joined the local community, Rumah Menapo, with the general program of campaigns for preserving the cultural heritage of the Muara Jambi temple and cultural …


Roy Mardianto

Roy Mardianto is a community organizer, storyteller, and conceptor of cultural arts activities. He has been the director of the Padmasana Foundation since 2011; and has 15 years of experience …


Nia Dinata

Nia Dinata is an Indonesian director. Her career started by making music videos and advertisements. In 2000, Nia founded an independent film company called Kalyana Shira Film. She directed the …


Pebrianto Putra

Pebrianto Putra is a member of a local community called the Rumah Manapo group with a general campaign program for the preservation of the cultural heritage of Muara Jambi Temple …


Elizabeth D. Inandiak

Elizabeth D. Inandiak is a French writer engaged with several village communities hit by natural or human disasters in Indonesia, where she has lived since 1990. Her new book Dreams from …



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