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VP Kalla to Attend Opening of Europalia Arts Indonesia

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Vice President Jusuf Kalla is slated to attend the opening of Europalia Arts Festival Indonesia 2017 at Center for Fine Arts in Brussels, Belgium.

A press release issued by Tourism Ministry stated that the event will be opened today by the King of Belgium Philippe Léopold Louis Marie at 5 pm local time.

Before attending the opening, Vice President Jusuf Kalla will see Indonesian artworks and antiquity showcased in the biennial event.

Indonesia this year becomes an honorary guest in the 26th Europalia Arts Festival 2017 that will be held from October 10 to January 21.

Some 486 Indonesian artists will be participating in 226 programs held in Belgium and six other European countries: the UK, the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, France and Poland.

Europalia Arts Festival Indonesia adopts three major themes ‘Ancestors and Rituals, Biodiversity and Exchange” that will be represented in performance art, literature, exhibitions, music and film.




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