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Hearts ‘reignite’ for 20th Ubud program

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Ubud Writers & Readers Festival (UWRF) recorded over 15,000 festival attendees for its 20th-anniversary festival program, held from 18–22 October 2023 in Ubud, Indonesia.

Festival director Janet DeNeefe said, ‘We are extremely grateful that, twenty years after the inception of the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival, we were able to reignite the love for arts and literature in the hearts of every festival-goer during the four-day event’.

The program featured panel discussions, special events, masterclasses, book launches, film screenings, arts exhibitions, and fringe events in Denpasar and Singaraja. ‘The festival once again served as a vibrant platform for cross-cultural, creative, and intellectual exchange, bringing people together through the power of storytelling,’ DeNeefe said.

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