Top Picks in Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta and Bali 20-26 March 2017
Monopolis, 25 March 2017, Black Box Theater Salihara, Jakarta
A performance by Komunitas Seni Hitam Putih, Monopolis highlights economic and social issues in Indonesia. These issues are presented through the bodies of the actors in this non-verbal performance. This performance is also the closing performance of Salihara’s non-verbal Helatheater 2017 series. For more information and tickets, click here.
For Keepsake, Keep Me, Now – 26 March 2017, GoetheHaus, Jakarta
A fringe event of the IKAT/eCUT Fast Fashion exhibition, this exhibition invites people from across Jakarta to share their memories and stories related to a piece of fabric. For Keepsake, Keep Me is an exhibition for those pieces of clothes we keep not to be worn, but for their sentimental values. Audiences are invited to listen to these stories and experience the emotions and feelings left in the threads of these fabrics. For more information, click here.
Festival Francophonie, 23 & 24 March 2017, Institut Francais Indonesia – Bandung
Institut Francais Indonesia Bandung is participating in this year Festival Francophonie with a music performance by Tiou, Club de Chanson & Club de Musique UPI on the 23rd and followed with screening of a comedy and a drama on the 24th. Enjoy this performance and screenings for free as you brush up on your French! For more information, click here.
Pra-Biennale Exhibition – Biennale Jogja XIV, 20 – 25 March 2017, UGM, Yogyakarta
Get a taste of Biennale Jogja XIV with this Pre-Biennale exhibition. The Pre-Biennale event opens with a press conference on the 20th of March, where you’ll learn more about this year’s theme of Indonesia Meets Brazil. Through this Pre-Biennale event, you’ll also get to know the artists involved in the Biennale and get to see some of their artworks. For more information and schedule of events, click here.
Minikino Children Program, 25 March 2017, 6:30 – 7:30 PM, Taman Baca Kesiman, Bali
Minikino Monthly Screening & Discussion, in collaboration with Cinecoda returns with a screening of 4 children short movies: Timun Mas (Indonesia), New Note (Australia), Dream Vending Machine (Taiwan), and My Grandfather was A Cherry Tree (Russia). These films tell the tale of children with great imaginations who often do the unthinkable. Each film will be followed by a short discussions with the children in the audiences. For more information of the event, click here.
Festival Monolog Bali 100 Putu Wijaya, 22-24 March 2017, Singaraja, Bali
This year’s Bali’s Monologue Festival chose to celebrate the works of Indonesian’s most celebrated author, essayist, playwright, who is also Bali’s very own, Putu Wijaya. The festival will takes place throughout the year, from March to December. Festival Monolog Bali will start on the 22nd of March at Rumah Belajar Mahima, Singaraja and on the 23rd and 24th at Kampus Bawah Undiksha in Singaraja. This festival will be participated by theater groups from all over indonesia. For more information, click here.
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