Pulau Plastik, which translates to Plastic Island, is a collaborative campaign aimed at helping tackle the issue of single-use plastic on the island and beyond. A launch event for the campaign’s four-episode short film series will be screened at Badung Market this Friday, with music performances from Bali-based musicians including indie-folk group Nosstress, set to follow.
Join the people behind Pulau Plastik to learn more about key issues surrounding single-use plastics, from government policy to the food and hospitality industry; all episodes are said to feature strong Balinese philosophy and its relationship with single use plastics.
Friday, Dec 6 at Badung Market from 8pm to 11.30pm. Register for the launch event of Pulau Plastik series launch here.
We’re in the last month of 2019, and there’s always a reason to celebrate as we get closer to the weekend. If you are in Ubud, Join Outpost on their First Friday party this week, which will take place at the new Current – Social Club & Kitchen, just right next door to Outpost’s Coliving Suites in Ubud. It’s a fun opportunity to meet new people and kick things off for December, while also soaking in the good vibes right there in the neighborhood.
Friday, Dec 6 at Current – Social Club & Kitchen, from 5pm to 8.30pm. Free entry. For more information, check out their Facebook event page.
This Friday, four Indonesian artists and designers will unveil their group show, “Bunch of Hunch” at the Deus Gallery. Iqbal Najib, Tiyok Rizky Wicaksono, Satria Nugraha and Ijal Afriansyah have individually worked on their pieces, which will share the overall space in Deus Gallery, works which are expected to complement each other.
There’s going to be free-flow wine, Koenig & Kaltenberg beer and Strongbow Cider, but don’t forget to reserve a dining spot if you’re planning on having dinner at their restaurant.
Friday, Dec 6 from 7pm onwards at Deus Ex Machina – Temple of Enthusiasm. Free entry. Dining reservations can be made via +62811388150.
It’s yet another creative weekend over at Rumah Sanur Creative Hub, where you can participate in workshops, see artists perform and even check out their exhibit, all of which revolve around the “vintage” theme. The event is free for all, and note that the showcase is scheduled for Saturday evening, whereas their vintage market will take place on Sunday afternoon.
Saturday, Dec 7, from 7pm onwards and Sunday, Dec 8, from 12pm to 6pm at Rumah Sanur Creative Hub. Free entry. For more information, check out Rumah Sanur’s Instagram page.
December is all about the holidays and if this is your favorite time of the year, anything remotely Christmas-y should definitely not miss your radar. If you’re still looking for Christmas gifts or if you just want to take a photo with Santa (both are on par, we think), do stop by Tamora Gallery and Nite Market Bali’s joint event this Saturday in Berawa.
Organizers say they are planning to screen Christmas movies as well, on top of a kids playground and activities organized for the occasion. Let this one be a family event and a chance to score a bargain from some of the best vendors from the area.
Saturday, Dec 7, from 4pm to 10pm at Tamora Gallery. Free entry. For more information, check out their Facebook event page.
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