Sep 27, 2021 Last Updated 4:59 AM, Sep 20, 2021

Seni pertunjukan dan pandemi

Dalam edisi ini, penulis-penulis kami merinci dampak pandemi yang menghancurkan pada sektor seni pertunjukan Indonesia, tetapi juga semangat ketahanan yang mendorong para seniman ini untuk terus maju.
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The performing arts and the pandemic

In this edition our contributors detail the devastating impact of the pandemic on Indonesia's performing arts sector, but also the spirit of resilience driving these artists on
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The show must go on

In the midst of the pandemic, Bali’s musicians have harnessed their reserves of creativity, humour and resilience
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The show must go on

Di tengah pandemic, musisi bali telah memanfaatkan cadangan kreativitas, humor dan kekuatan mereka
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‘We take care of our own’

COVID-19 has amplified existing societal fissures and exposed the alarming fragility of the lives of Indonesian transwomen who work as drag performers
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Esei: Jangan lupa cuci piring

Terkunci dari teater langsung, Dina menghabiskan waktu merenungkan arti ruang fisik, menikmati waktu istirahat, dan membantu orang lain tetap aman
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