This Friday, Paradiso Ubud is hosting their first monthly indigenous film night in 2020 with a special screening of “Standing On Sacred Ground: Profit and Loss,” a documentary on indigenous communities around the world as they resist threats to their sacred sites. Prior to the screening, there will be a short documentary on a tribal gathering scheduled to take place in Panama in late February, presented by a member of the organizing team of the event.
Get a chance to learn more about the challenges facing indigenous communities and meet like-minded people. Organizers say 50 percent of ticket sales will go on to support indigenous filmmakers and cultural preservation education programs in Borneo.
Friday, Jan. 31 at Paradiso Ubud from 7pm to 9.30pm. IDR150k (US$11), available for purchase on event location. For more information, check out their Facebook event page.
What better way to end your January than with a visit to a local night market? If that sounds like something you’re up for, then head on over to Rumah Sanur on Friday, where there’s going to be music performances by John & Jail Story, Lucky Cats, and Komunitas Teratai. There will also be goods and food as well, so take a friend with you as you mingle with the town!
Friday, Jan. 31 at Rumah Sanur from 6pm to 11pm. Free entry. For more information, check out their Instagram.
Are you ready for a weekend with a whole lot of dancing? Organizers have planned for the weekend to be filled with dancing, workshops and socializing opportunities, as well as outings and other fun activities. The event is in conjunction with Kula Resto’s anniversary on Sunday, and so prepare yourselves for a whole lot of celebration if you’re keen on joining.
Friday, Jan. 31 to Sunday, Feb. 2 at various locations. Friday activities are free, while activities on Saturday and Sunday start at IDR100k (US$7.35). For booking and more information, check out their Facebook event page.
Xich Lo Bali is hosting a live model drawing session this Saturday, which will be moderated by Wai Santy. It’s not a nude session, mind you, but for those of you who are interested in getting artsy, this might be a fun way to spend your weekend. Organizers will provide snacks and basic drawing materials, and sketching is scheduled to start from 9am, followed by a discussion of the morning’s activity. As the whole thing takes place near a paddy field, y’all are surely on your way to a relaxing weekend ahead.
Saturday, Feb. 1 at Xich Lo Bali from 9am to 11am. IDR150k (US$11), including materials and snacks. Reserve your spot via +6287762388008.
Uma Seminyak is hosting a workshop with 735art this Sunday, where participants will get a chance to try their hand on pottery painting, while also learning from his extensive knowledge on the topic. The artist is passionate about exploring pottery as an artistic medium and how it could potentially become a profitable art.
Sunday, Feb. 2 at Uma Seminyak from 2pm to 6pm. IDR 175k (US$12.9) to attend the program. Sign up via email firstname.lastname@example.org or via WhatsApp to +6281239576836.
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Support Coconuts and rep your city
Now you can wear your love of Coconuts proudly across your chest. That’s right, we’re getting into the merch business with the launch of our official online store, The Coconuts Shop.
Our first product is that ultimate wardrobe mainstay: the white T-shirt.
If you want to rep your city, we’ve also launched Coconuts City Logo Tees for Bangkok, Manila, Singapore, Hong Kong, KL, Jakarta, Bali, and Yangon.
They’re all sold exclusively at The Coconuts Shop – at a special introductory price of S$29 until Sep. 30, 2020!