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Traditional Balinese Wood Carving Workshop – 14 March

Prior to the 20th century, wood carving in Bali was a form of spiritual devotion. Decorative panels, ornate doors, figures of deities and masks were created for ceremonial use and were exclusively used for temples and palaces. Xich Lo Restaurant in Padang Linjong is the venue for a 2 hours long wood carving workshop with Ngurah Subagiasa as your mentor. In this hands-on workshop, participants will be introduced to the basic technique behind modelling and sculpting objects in wood. — Secure your spot with full payment.

Where          : Xich Lo Vietnamese Restaurant, Jl Padang Linjong No. 1

When           : Saturday 14 March from 9 to 11.30 am

Fee               : IDR 150k

More info     : xichlobali@gmail.com or call 0877 623 88008

 

The King’s Code – 14 March

The Kings Code is an epic free event for Conscious men that is currently touring Australia and Bali. This is a structured event with its own special flow that will involve connecting, a casual brunch, real talk and a QnA. At the core of this event are two key themes: Your mission and how it is unfolding – The Philosophies of Conscious Kings + Building Conscious Kingdoms. If you’re a man and you’re here to serve humanity with the full expression of your personal essence (however that looks), create true personal abundance and be a leader for your community, this event is for you. There are 12 tickets only so reserve your seat pronto.

Where          : Warung El Passo, Jl Bypass Tanah Lot, Canggu

When           : Saturday 14 March from 10 am

Fees             : No cost event; you purchase your own coffee or brunch

 

Ngubruk & Nyepi Day of Silence – 24 & 25 March

Enjoy this year’s Ogoh-Ogoh parade on the eve of Nyepi, the Bali Day of Silence marking the first day of the Balinese Caka calendar. If you opt to spend this contemplative time at a local hotel you are in for a treat as major discounts are the order of the day.

 

Indigenous Film Night – 26 March

The monthly Indigenous Film nights, organised by photographer David Metcalf and travel writer Stephanie Brooks are being moved from Paradiso Ubud to the Njana Tilem Museum and you are invited to the first outdoor cinema screening on the lawn, with comfortable beanbags under the stars.   Champagne, wine and other drinks are available for purchase and the food is catered and created by Simon from Zest, Ubud. The film feature is Boy, a 2010 film that was voted Best Feature Film at the Berlin Film Festival.

Where          : Njana Tilem Museum, Jl. Raya Mas No.2, Ubud

When           : Thursday 26 March at 7 pm

Ticket           : IDR 150.000

More info    : www.townscript.com/e/indigenous-film-night

 

These events are still ongoing

The Yak Mag Golf Cup on 14 March at the Bali National Golf Club.   Registration is at 11 am and Tee off is at 1pm. For more information see www.theyakmag.com/golf

Singapore Biennale until 22 March featuring more than 70 artists and art collectives from around the world. For more information, check the website singaporebiennale.org or Facebook page fb.com/SingaporeBiennale

 

By Ines Wynn

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