A talkshow that aims to build awareness of the deaf people, and socialisation of sign language as a culture of deaf people. (with Komunitas Teman-teman Tuli)
A sharing session on how we should open more access for people with disability and helping them to achieve their dreams. (Sponsored by Tenoon)
From Sydney to East Nusa Tenggara; from London Book Fair to Tamalanrea Makassar, Indonesian literature has reached more audience in past years, thanks to the tireless works of individuals, communities, and organisations who have committed their energy and time to introduce Indonesian authors and their works in global and local context. This event explores initiatives from different places and countries, highlighting their impacts and challenges to promote Indonesia literature. (Sponsored by National Book Committee, Petra Book Club, IndoLit Sydney Club)
Poets and poetry lovers are all invited to join this fun session to practice their communication skills using poetry. "Do You Speak Poetry?", the host will ask questions and participating poets answer the questions with poetry. (Sponsored by British Council & Rumah Ripta)
Common Room was launched in 2017 as an initiative to get together and to talk about cultural and social differences, conflicts, disasters, and solidarity. A Japanese initiative called Kikigaki (to listen and to write) has been introduced to Indonesia as storytelling method in order to understand other people's life. (Sponsored by Matsui Glocal, The Japan Foundation, & Koalisi Seni Indonesia).
This workshop will introduce us to Na Willa, a little girl with big questions in her mind; from gender, culture, race, and social expectation. Reda will share tips and tricks in writing children's story. (Sponsored by The National Book Committee)
A collection of short stories which explores myths, culture and local beliefs as its main theme, in a context of today’s modern life.