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Main Program | Poets in Paradise

03 Nov 2020 15:00 - 16:00
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Meet the men who made Bali romantic. Wayan Jengki Sunarta weaves poetic works of art; Tan Lioe Ie is the first poet in Indonesia to use symbolic Chinese images in his poetry; and Warih Wisatsana from West Java made Bali his home after his first poems were published in the Bali Post. Explore the island through their creative minds.

Perkenalkan para pria yang membuat Bali terlihat romantis. Wayan Jengki Sunarta yang merangkai karya seni puisi; Tan Lioe Ie, penyair pertama di Indonesia yang menggunakan gambar simbolik Cina dalam puisinya; dan Warih Wisatsana dari Jawa Barat yang menjadikan Bali sebagai rumahnya setelah puisi pertamanya diterbitkan di Bali Post. Jelajahi pulau Bali melalui pikiran kreatif mereka.

This event is recorded at Museum Puri Lukisan.


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Ni Wayan Idayati

Ni Wayan Idayati writes poetries, essays and articles. Her works have been published in multiple media and anthologies, including Sauk Seloko (2012), Kavaleri Malam Hari (2017), and Senyum Lembah Ijen …


Tan Lioe Ie

Tan Lioe Ie is the first Indonesian poet that uses Chinese symbolic images in his poetry. His works have been published in national media outlets and more than 30 anthologies. …


Wayan Jengki Sunarta

Wayan Jengki Sunarta is an author and poet from Bali. His work includes poems such as Solilokui (2020) and Amor Fati (2019), the novel Magening (2015), the short story Cakra …


Warih Wisatsana

Warih Wisatsana’s multi-award winning poetry has been translated into Dutch, English, Italian, German, Portuguese, and French. His poetry collections Ikan Terbang Tak Berkawan, May Fire and Other Poems, and Batu …



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