Main Program | Local Culture in Literature


 
 
30 Oct 2022 16:30 - 17:30
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
Indus Restaurant. Taman Baca @Festival Hub (Google Maps)
4 DAY PASS 1 DAY PASS

Local traditions are important to carry critical pieces of culture as well as form a foundation for our families and society. Join the panel to talk about how they present local traditions and cultural heritage through storytelling in an original and imaginative way and how these practices create belonging in our lives. 

Tradisi lokal memiliki peran penting dalam membentuk budaya dan juga sebagai sebuah pondasi untuk keluarga dan masyarakat. Ikuti sesi panel untuk membahas bagaimana para pembicara ini menyuguhkan tradisi lokal dan warisan budaya melalui dongeng yang orisinal dan penuh imajinasi dan bagimana praktik ini menciptakan rasa memiliki pada diri kita.

Featuring

Ricky A Manik

Ricky A. Manik was born in Jambi and works as a researcher at the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN). His work has been published in an anthology of poetry …


Andi Makkaraja

Andi Makkaraja works as a teacher and freelance writer. Some of his children’s stories have received awards from the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture. His short stories have been …


Sebastian Partogi

Sebastian Partogi is a journalist, copywriter, translator, and interpreter based in Bali. He translated Djenar Maesa Ayu’s novel Nayla into English. He has translated short stories, poetry, essays, and stage …


Wayan Agus Wiratama

Wayan Agus Wiratama is an actor and writer. He is active in Teater Kalangan, an interdisciplinary performance collective, and the Denpasar Literary Study Circle, which seeks to observe the landscape …



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