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Music & Arts | Reading Ancient Texts



 
30 Oct 2020 20:00 - 20:15
Free
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In the words and the silences of ancient manuscripts, imagine Bali and all its natural worlds brought to life. This is a rare chance to hear recitations of Bali’s lontar, palm leaf manuscripts, from revered cultural figures IGA Darma Putra and Ida Bagus Oka Manobhawa.

Dalam kata-kata dan keheningan dari manuskrip kuno, bayangkan Bali dan seluruh alamnya dihidupkan kembali. Ini adalah kesempatan langka untuk mendengarkan pembacaan lontar dari tokoh budaya yang dihormati IGA Darma Putra dan Ida Bagus Oka Manobhawa.


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IGA Darma Putra

IGA Darma Putra was born in Bangli, Bali. His lyrical prose collection Bulan Sisi Kauh (2017) won the Sastera Rancage Prize in 2018. He is part of the Komala Bangli …


Ida Bagus Oka Manobhawa

Since 2016, Ida Bagus Oka Manobhawa has served as the Coordinator for Balinese Language Extension in Gianyar Regency and the Coordinator for Lontar Paiketan, the Balinese Language Extension in the …



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