4 days / 7 Locations
61 speakers / 33 Events

Makassar | May 18-21 2016

Schedule



Day 1 / Wed, May 18



13.00 – 15.30 | Chapel Fort Rotterdam

Growing up with Supernova with Dewi “Dee” Lestari

The creator of Supernova will share her journey, her relationships with all characters and her stories about ideas and creativity after completing the best-selling series.
Moderator : Lily Yulianti Farid


15.30 – 17.30 | North Verandah Fort Rotterdam

Book Launch “From Now on Everything Will be Different”

Novel by Eliza Vitri Handayani
Discussant: Bobby KBJ


15.30 – 17.30 | South Verandah Fort Rotterdam

Book Launch: ”Natisha”

a novel by Khrisna Pabhicara
Discussant : Shinta Febriany


15.30 – 17.30 | DKM Building Fort Rotterdam

Panel Discussion: The Journey of Moving Libraries in Indonesia

with Nirwan Arsuka, M. Ridwan Alimuddin and other initiators
Moderator: Maman Suherman

We have witnessed the emergence of independent moving libraries in Indonesia in past months, from horse library to boat library. The initiators run a mini jamboree during the festival. Follow their journeys and show your support!




16.00 – 17.30 | Chapel Fort Rotterdam

Workshop: Writing and Photography with Agustinus Wibowo

When you travel to new places, you have stories to tell and pictures to share. Agustinus Wibowo, the best-selling travel writer, shares his experiences on how to tell stories with your camera.
Moderator: M. Aan Mansyur
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16.30 – 17.30 |

TBD



17.00 – 18.00 | Taman Rasa Fort Rotterdam

Special Program: A Cup of Poetry hosted by Luna Vidya

An afternoon coffee with poetry reading


19.00 – 22.00 |Main Plaza Fort Rotterdam

Makassar International Writers 2016
Opening Ceremony


Day 2 / Thu, May 19



10.00 – 12.00 |Aula Prof. Amiruddin-UNHAS

Understanding Japanese Society Through Literature

With Roland Kelts and Aoko Matsuda. Two Japanese writers and translators take us to look at the real life of Japanese people portrayed in selected contemporary Japanese literature.
Moderator: Lily Yulianti Farid


10.00 – 12.00 | Phinisi Building – UNM

Stories of identities : From Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Australia – female writers and artists

Explore the stereotypes of being good or bad women with Regina Ibrahim, Nadia Khan, Deborah Emmanueal, Alia Gabres, Luna Vidya. How do they tackle the stereotypical portrayal of women?
Moderator: Olin Monteiro



10.00 – 12.00 |Bosowa University

Panel Discussion: Colli’ Pujie – the unsung hero of Buginesse classical literature I Lagaligo

With Alwi Rachman, Ahmad Saransi
Moderator: Bobby KBJ


10.00 – 12.00 | La Galigo Museum Fort Rotterdam

Workshop: Finding Indonesian values in children’s literature and animation

With Clara Ng and Dana Riza
Moderator: Kak Heru Rumah Dongeng

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13.00 – 15.00 | UIN Samata

International Seminar: Conflict and Disaster in Writers’s Eyes

Irfan Ramly (Indonesia), Elisabeth Inandiak (France), Sanaz Fotouhi (Iran) share their journeys in responding to conflicts and disasters
Moderator: Eliza Vitri Handayani


14.00 – 16.00 | Phinisi Building – UNM

General Lecture: Why foreign languages matter?

My Experience in learning Bahasa Indonesia by Rolf Heimann (Australia)


15.30 – 17.30 | Chapel Fort Rotterdam

Discussion Panel: Transforming the literary works to the stage with Elisabeth Inandiak, Ade Suharto, Peni Chandra and Tim Ontosoroh

Inspired by Pramoedya Ananta Toer’s master pieces and the classical Javanese literatures, artists create dance, music and theatre performances. What are the reasons behind these initiatives? How do they transform the texts to the stage?
Moderator: Shinta Febriany


15.30 -17.30 | North Verandah Fort Rotterdam

Discussion Panel: Transforming the literary works to the stage with Elizabeth Inandiak, Ade Suharto, Peni Chandra dan Tim Ontosoroh

Inspired by Pramoedya Ananta Toer’s master pieces and the classical Javanese literatures, artists create dances, music and theatre performances. What are the reasons behind these initiatives? How do they transform the texts to the stage?
Moderator: Shinta Febriany
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15.30 – 17.30 | North Verandah Fort Rotterdam

Book Launch Maman Suherman “RE dan peREmpuan”

Discussant: Olin Monteiro


15.30 – 17.30 | DKM Building Fort Rotterdam

Workshop: Singing Your Poetry with Ari Reda and Joko Pinurbo

Musicians and poets are best friends in many ways, especially when they think that beautiful songs should meet with poetic words.
Moderator: Khrisna Pabhicara

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16.30-17.30 |

TBD







17.00-18.00 | Taman Rasa Fort Rotterdam

Special Program: A Cup of Poetry Hosted by Luna Vidya

An afternoon coffee with poetry reading


19:00-21:00| Main Plaza Fort Rotterdam

MIWF Under The Stars

Evening Entertainment Program





Day 3 / Fri, May 20



10.00 – 12.00 | Aula Amiruddin – UNHAS

International Seminar: In Translations We Believe.

This panel examines recent initiatives on translation projects in literature– Marius Hulpe, Agustinus Wibowo, Roland Kelts, Aoko Matsuda, Sanaz Fotouhi and Eka Kurniawan
Keynote Speech by Nury Vittachi : Why Asian Literature Matters
Moderator: Eliza Vitri Handayani


09.00 – 11.00 | UIN Samata

Workshop: Investigative Journalism with Maman Suherman



10.00- 12.00 | Chapel Fort Rotterdam

All About AADC2

with Mira Lesmana, Riri Riza and M. Aan Mansyur followed A Celebration for Mega Best Seller Book 25.000 copies sold in Three Weeks“Tidak Ada New York Hari Ini” by M. Aan Mansyur
Moderator: Lily Yulianti Farid


10.00 – 12.00 | Bosowa University

Nirwan Arsuka in conversation with Hasymi Ibrahim





14.00 – 16.00 | North Verandah Fort Rotterdam

Workshop: Introduction to Script Writing

with Irfan Ramly
Moderator : Andi Burhamzah

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13.30 – 14.30 | Bosowa University

Panel Disccussion: Chairil Anwar and A Thousand More Poetry

with Hasan Hapsani, Gina S. Noer, Widyawati Oktavia and Nirwan Arsuka
Moderator: Faisal Oddang


15.00 – 17.00 |Bosowa University

Workshop: Creative Writing with Gina S Noer

– In Writing Rudy (The Biography of BJ. Habibie)


15.30 – 17.30 |Chapel Fort Rotterdam

Book Launch Eka Kurniawan “O”

Discussant: Moch. Hasymi Ibrahim




15.30 – 17.30 | DKM Building Fort Rotterdam

Workshop: The essential things in poetry

– Joko Pinurbo, Marius Hulpe and Alia Gabres
Host: Aslan Abidin and Luna Vidya

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15.30-17.30 | South Verandah Fort Rotterdam

Observing and Writing the Urban Life in Singapore-Malaysia-Indonesia

With Ika Natassa, Regina Ibrahim, Nadia Khan, Deborah Emmanuel
Moderator : Eliza Vitri Handayani


16.30-17.30 |

TBD




Day 4 / Sat, May 21



10.00 – 12.00 |Same Hotel

Book Launch and Talk Show Ika Natassa “The Architecture of Love” – from Twitter Polls to a novel

with Teguh Wicaksono
Moderator: Lily Yulianti Farid


10.00 – 12.00 | La Galigo Museum Fort Rotterdam

Nury Vittachi in conversation with Eka Kurniawan



10.00 – 12.00 |Twitter Corner Fort Rotterdam

Q and A with the Literacy Heroes : The Moving Libraries

Hosted : By Maman Suherman


14.00 – 16.00 | Same Hotel

Panel Discussion: Don’t Judge the Book by Its Movie!

With Gina S Noer, Mira Lesmana, Ika Natassa and Erwin Arnada
Moderator: Irfan Ramly





15.30 – 17.30 | North Verandah Fort Rotterdam

Book Launch Jamil Massa “Sayembara Tebu”

Discussant: Joko Pinurbo and Faisal Oddang


15.30 – 17.30 | DKM Building Fort Rotterdam

Book Launch: “Rebel Rites” by Deborah Emmanuel
Workshop: Spoken Word with Alia Gabres , Deborah Emmanuel

Moderator : Luna Vidya


15.30 – 17.30 | Chapel Fort Rotterdam

Panel Discussion : Stories form East Indonesia with 6 Emerging Writers

Anta Kusuma, Chalvin James Papilaja, Cicilia Oday, Ibe S. Palogai, Irma Argiyanti, Wahid Afandi.
Discussant Eka Kurniawan & Yusi Pareanom
Moderator: Aslan Abidin


15.30 -17.30 | South Verandah Fort Rotterdam

Seriously Mojok! – Writing for Mojok.co With Eddward Kennedy

Moderator: Maman Suherman




16.30-17:30|

TBD



17.00-18:00 | Taman Rasa Fort Rotterdam

Special Program: A Cup of Poetry Hosted by Riri Riza

An afternoon coffee with poetry reading


19:00-21:00| Main Plaza Fort Rotterdam

Closing Ceremony: 18 Years of Reformasi