Fajar Astrianto’s work explores the tales of mystical beings and asks the question: why are they here? In these visualizations, Fajar attempts to dig deeper into the idea that so contrasts Western beliefs and provide an understanding as to why spirits, ghosts, wewe, jerangkong are said to exist side by side with human beings. Check out Fajar’s interpretations at the Deus Gallery, where there will also be free flow wine, beer and cider.
Friday, Jan 17 at Deus Bali from 7pm onwards. Free entry, reservations for dining can be made via +62 811 388 150.
Australia’s bushfire crisis has captured the world’s attention in recent weeks. The suffering of local communities, animals and the Earth itself in affected areas across the country remind us of the urgent need to fight against climate change. The Slow Kitchen & Bar is hosting a fundraiser on Saturday to help with recovery efforts, with 100% of the profits from the event to be donated toward Australian animals in need. There will be a live DJ, servings from the restaurant’s delicious menu, as well as cool prizes up for grabs.
Saturday, Jan 18 at The Slow Kitchen & Bar from 7pm onwards. For more information, check out their Facebook event page.
If you’re thinking of doing brunch this Sunday, why not head over to Mano Beach House to enjoy its bottomless brunch? You can have a pick of the restaurant’s special a la carte menu and unlimited alcohol for two hours, all with a view of the Petitenget Beach right in front of you. There’s also going to be a live music performance from Made Mawut, followed by a live DJ set from Joey Fitzgerald to liven up your Sunday brunch.
Chinese New Year is right around the corner and whether or not you’re celebrating, you can still enjoy this upcoming Sunday market at Artotel Beach Club, which will feature a bunch of preloved and new items, as well as a delicious food bazaar and a special performance from Dewata Tarot Bali.
Sunday, Jan 19 at Artotel Beach Club from 3pm to 9pm. Free entry. For more information, check out their Facebook event page.
This one’s for you UFC fans in Bali. It’s one of the many venues across the island to catch this match up, but if you’re keen on watching the upcoming McGregor vs. Cerrone bout on a big screen with other enthusiastic fans, why not join Old Man’s as they livestream all the action? You’ll get to enjoy Old Man’s usual breakfast menu plus cold and hot drinks, too.
Sunday, Jan 19 at Old Man’s from 10am to 1pm. Free entry. For more information, check out their Facebook event page.