Spreading Environmental Awareness Through Art at Festival Tepi Sawah

If you lead a green lifestyle, then you won’t want to miss Festival Tepi Sawah 2017 held at Omah Apik, Ubud, on July 3 -4. In line with its name, the location of the festival will overlook the verdant view of rice paddy fields—a perfect spot for the art workshops and environmental discussions they have lined up for the event. The focus of the show will be to further spread the importance of an environmentally-friendly lifestyle that adopts the principles of reduce, reuse, and recycle, and for that they have partnered with the publishers of Clean Bali Series, a children-oriented environmental book program. Musicians and artists slated for the festival include Tompi, Dewa Alit, Jasmine Okubo, Nita Aartsen, and Fascinating Rhythm Community.

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