PechaKucha Night Ubud 33: Indonesia to the world - Tuesday 29 Aug, 7.30pm
PechaKucha Night Ubud returns to Bali on Tuesday, August 29th, 2017. With the theme ‘Indonesia to the world’, this time PechaKucha is bringing a whole new experience: with ALL INDONESIAN speakers!
Listen to stories of hard work and dedication these amazing Indonesians have towards the community and the world. It’s going to be inspiring.
We will welcome six line-ups to present in the fast, fun & engaging 20×20 format: 20 images, each for 20 seconds. Be warned to uncover the unexpected.Give me the tickets
What is PechaKucha Night Ubud?
Organized by Hubud and supported by BetelNut PechaKucha Night Ubud is a monthly talks events in the informal 20×20 presentation format surfacing ideas, stories and talents from all corners of Ubud, Bali and beyond.
It was devised in Tokyo in February 2003 as an event for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public. It has turned into a massive celebration, with events happening in hundreds of cities around the world, inspiring creatives worldwide. Drawing its name from the Japanese term for the sound of “chit chat”, it rests on a presentation format that is based on a simple idea: 20 images x 20 seconds. It’s a format that makes presentations concise, and keeps things moving at a rapid pace.
Check out our lineup.
Septian Fajar – The Internet Educator
Septian is currently pursuing his dream by working as a Program Manager in locally-run NGO called Project Child Indonesia. Together with his team, they strive to provide alternative education for underprivileged kids. During his PechaKucha, Septian will talk about one of the programs they run: Internet Literacy Program. Septian and his team educate children, parents and teachers about safe and responsibly internet usage. They are bridging the gap between high internet usage and low digital literacy in Indonesia. This all to encourage the younger generation!
Arielle Chenarra – The IKIGAI Practitioner
Arielle is the proud founder of the gluten-free and hand-crafted vegan buttercream bakery Thyme and Caramel, at the age of 14. She takes sustainability very seriously by making it the ethical foundation of her cakery. Arielle believes that by practicing these simple, ethical things in running her business, she can contribute to a better planet. During her PechaKucha, Arielle will talk about IKIGAI, an ancient Japanese philosophy about the reason of being, and how she masters and uses it to excel in running her cakery business. She wants to inspire the young people to seek their life purpose, now.
Arie Triono – The Creative Creator
Arie Triono is the creative founder of PASAR-PASARAN – a bi-annual artsy crafty market created in Ubud, Bali to support Indonesian creativity. Arie is also creator of BIRDISK ad JIMAT, both creative projects, and has recently founded KERDUS with his friends. With his KERDUS team, Arie held the PASAR-PASARAN event, which collected and selected indie handmade craftspeople/designers from all over Indonesia with unique work. This event was also meant to support local businesses. During Arie’s PechaKucha, he will talk about PASAR-PASARAN and how a small business learnt him that idealism, consistency and creativity can make a big impact without being a big business.
Angling Tilarsih (Lili) – The Green Preserver
Lili Tilarsih is best known as the co-founder of Barn N Bunk that collaborate with Balinese local farmers and their kids to help them provide a steady income, food, and schooling. The idea Lili wants to share during her PechaKucha is to help the Balinese farmer’s community to preserve their farming land while improving their well-being. She will do this by creating an agricultural accommodation that invites more travellers to learn how to grow their own food, eat healthy, experience cultural exchange, and keep our Bali green.
NISKALA (Abid Kamalsyah and Wisakananda Pradipta) – The Zero Waste Warriors
NISKALA is the inspiring initiative of Abid Kamalsyah and Wiskananda Pradipta. They were both involved in the Green School Recycling Centre and share the passion in environmental issues. To fight for a greener and cleaner Bali, these ecopreneurs founded NISKALA. Abid and Wisakananda will talk during their PechaKucha about NISKALA. NISKALA being defined as “the unseen”, just like the unseen problem of post traditional ceremony waste in Bali. Niskala creates opportunity for Balinese people to reconnect with nature through Zero Waste Ceremonies by providing waste management service in traditional ceremony.
Putu Nurhayati – The Kite Lady
Putu, mom of 2, is the genius behind the very first women kite group in Bali called SRIKANDI. Her passion for kite game started when she was just a little girl, and grew stronger over the years. However, her passion got hindered by the social norm towards Balinese women. Putu didn’t take this as a set back and continued with the kite game. During Pecha Kucha Night, the Kite Lady will talk about her struggle to form the group and also share about the mission behind SRIKANDI.
Nadhila Dhina Shabrina – The Sustainable Lady
Dhina is from Jakarta and has her bachelor in environmental engineering. She now works for leaf-plus, which is a communicative firm with an environmental approach. Leaf-plus has sustainability at the heart of their work, which helps organisations and people connect to social and environmental issues so they are inspired to become part of the solution. Besides that, she enjoys volunteering, involving in community development, art, books, environmental and outdoor activities. During her Pecha Kucha, Dhina will speak about the Sustainable Living Journey in the urban area, trying to live more sustainably and how to be a more wise and conscious human being on this planet.
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