Inspired by the Parisian gluten-free Bakery, Boulangerie Chambelland, the founders of @Summabakes have managed to combine French techniques and long experience in artisan bread making, with the best of Indonesian gluten-free ingredients. This workshop, organized with the Institut Français Indonesia, will provide an in-depth introduction to the making of artisan and local gluten-free breads, followed by a casual tasting of a wide range of gluten-free breads and delicacies. Participants will be able to pair the bread with selection of French-Indonesian homemade toppings, including confitures (jam) from l’Amour, fromages (cheese) from Mazaraat Factory and more.
Saturday, June 15 at IFI Kitchen, located on the first floor of Institut Français Indonesia (IFI). IDR400,000/person. RSVP at +62 813-8241-0498 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Helatari Salihara is a dance festival held every two years since 2015. For the two previous editions in 2015 and 2017, Salihara presented well-established choreographers and dance groups from home and abroad. The festival will be opened by The Seen and The Unseen, based on the film of the same title by Indonesian director Kamila Andini.
Helatari Salihara 2019 will be held from Saturday, June 15 to Saturday, July 15. IDR65,000/person. Tickets are available on Komunitas Salihara’s official website or at the venue.
Ziarah Utara, an explorative annual walk on the north coast of Jakarta, is taking part in an exhibition that consists of a number of artists and communities to respond to the current situation and cultural history of Jakarta’s coast, through a six-week exhibition of video, installation, sound and photography works, and a public program of workshops, lectures and performances. This temporary exhibition aims to provide a different perspective into a living history of Jakarta that is still very much in the making.
The exhibition currently runs until Sunday, June 16. IDR5,000 per person.
SGIFF (Singapore International Film Festival) Traveling Waves will be making a stop in Jakarta at Kinosaurus. Bring along your cinephile friends, as Traveling Waves will be bringing along an eclectic mix of films by exciting young Southeast Asian filmmakers. The event will also feature filmmaker Aditya Ahmad along with producer Meiske Taurisia, as well as SGIFF representatives Executive Director Yuni Hadi and Senior Programme Manager Lai Weijie, who will lead a conversation about the film landscape in Southeast Asia and share about SGIFF’s development initiatives.
Saturday, June 15 at Kinosaurus Jakarta, Aksara Kemang. IDR50,000/person, available to purchase on the spot one hour before screening time. Limited seats.
Jakarta-based illustrator Jordan Marzuki, the man behind feline-friendly fashion brand The Balletcats, is launching his first book titled War, Astronaut, Death, Violence, Floating Mountain and Roman Soldiers. It’s an archive of his childhood drawings that have been stored in obscurity for 20 years by his parents. There will be a discussion on Saturday, June 15 and an exhibition that runs until Wednesday, June 19.
Saturday, June 15 to Wednesday, June 19 at Dia.Lo.Gue Kemang. Free entry