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I Made Sidia Wayang kulit (Shadow puppets)

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Informations
Liège - Binche - Binche - Antwerpen - Tournai

Liège

07 11 '17 - 18:30

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Address

La Boverie
Parc de la Boverie 3
4020 Liège

Info

T +32 (0)4 238 55 01 
www.laboverie.com
info@laboverie.com

Tickets

5,00 €

Combiticket with Kingdoms of the Sea - Archipelago
15,00 €

Organisation

EUROPALIA, La Boverie, Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia

Binche

10 11 '17 - 20:00 (Performance)

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Address

Musée international du Carnaval et du Masque
Rue Saint Moustier 10
B-7130 Binche

Tickets

Adults 10,00
Children 3,00 €

Combiticket with Leather Gods, Wooden Heroes
Adults 11,00
Children 5,00 €

Organisation

EUROPALIA, Musée International du Carnaval et du Masque, Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia

Binche

11 11 '17 - 14:00 (workshop)

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Address

Musée international du Carnaval et du Masque
Rue Saint Moustier 10
B-7130 Binche

Info

Children 12+ years

T +32 (0)64 33 57 41

info@museedumasque.be
www.museedumasque.be

Tickets

15,00 €

Combiticket with Leather Gods, Wooden Heroes

Organisation

EUROPALIA, Musée International du Carnaval et du Masque, Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia

Antwerpen

12 11 '17

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Address

Boekenbeurs
Jan van Rijswijcklaan 191
B-2020 Antwerpen

Tournai

15 11 '17 - 15:30

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Address

Centre de la Marionnette de la FWB
Rue Saint-Martin 47
B- 7500 Tournai

Info

www.maisondelamarionnette.be

T +32 (0)69 88 91 42

Tickets

6,00 € > 9,00 €

Organisation

EUROPALIA, Maison de la Marionnette de la FWB, Ministry of Education and Culture of Indonesia

I Made Sidia is certainly one of the most famous Wayang puppeteers and one of the most acclaimed artists in Bali. Accompanied by the I Made Agus Wardana gamelan, he brings us a unique and exceptional performance of wayang kulit shadow theatre. A magical moment in the spellbinding world of Indonesian puppetry.

Wayang (‘shadow’ in Javanese) denotes Indonesian shadow theatre. Several forms exist, but wayang kulit is the most famous. It is performed behind an illuminated screen with puppets made from buffalo skin that are manipulated using thin rods made from horn, wood or bamboo. 

Wayang kulit exists for more than 1000 years and has barely adapted to modern times. Halogen lamps are now used behind the screen instead of oil lamps and sometimes puppets appear in the form of cars, planes or boats (adding a touch of humour), but otherwise the tradition remains virtually unchanged.

I made Sidia./Wayang Bapa sija
I Made Sidia Masterclass: Balinese Wayang Shadow Puppetry