BALITOURISMTIMES.com – To participate in raising awareness of environmental sustainability, Flock and Little Spoon Farm opened a “Plant Shop” located at Jl. Jatayu, Ubud.
At this event, Flock also held an art exhibition in collaboration with Cultivar and Spacecraft Gallery which will last for 1 (one) month, starting from November 14, 2020 to December 15, 2020.
In connection with this event, Flock will also release several new menus as part of a special collaboration with Little Spoon Farm, this special menu uses the best organic ingredients from Little Spoon Farm. The dishes to be launched include: “Really Green Curry”, “Spicy Butternut Gyoza”, and “L.S.F Toastie”.
Assistant Marcom Manager for Flock Bali and Artotel Haniman Ubud, Inesti Saraswati Dewi said this event aims to support talented local artists, this exhibition is collaborating with artists such as Cultivar, Arja Waworuntu, Candylcker, Dian Loeis, Ijal Mariachi, Zen Van Songen, Maya Crowder and Highonartmaking.
“During this pandemic, many positive activities and new hobbies emerged from the community, including maintaining plants, this has become a positive lifestyle because it increases awareness of the environment,” said Inesti.
The plant shop launching and art exhibition took place at Flock on Saturday and started at 15.00 – 21.00 WITA. The event will also be enlivened by jazz performances performed by Vana & The Gang, Olen Riyanto & Guitarist, and Dita.
Dedy Santoso, General Manager of Artotel Haniman Ubud and Flock Bali, said motivating people to grow their own crops will create positive awareness of the importance of protecting the environment.
“Providing a platform for art is also important, especially in times of a pandemic like today. Plants and art have a positive impact on the public, so we want to present both of them,” said Dedy Santoso.(btt)