KARINDING MENEMBUS KESUNYIAN MALAM
Feb24

KARINDING MENEMBUS KESUNYIAN MALAM

Oleh: Ahmad Dahidi “Lamun ku urang dititenan, budayawan Sunda teh aya keneh nu keukeuh peuteukeuh manut ka tali paranti karuhun (kalau kita perhatikan dan kita cermati, sebagian budayawan Sunda masih ada kelompok budayawan yang tetap berpegang teguh pada aturan nenek moyang”, kira kira seperti itu, Abah Tapa Umbara sesepuh Grup Karinding Raharja Sadulur mengawali obrolan dengan saya semalam. Bahkan Abah Tapa Umbara mengilustrasikan...

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ART EXCHANGE OSAKA “UNKNOWN ASIA” in Japan 2015
Jun19

ART EXCHANGE OSAKA “UNKNOWN ASIA” in Japan 2015

UNKNOWN ASIA – Osaka to Asia. Asia to Osaka. Next-generation creators get together at the new sensation art fair! Date : 16 (Fri), 17 (Sat),  18(Sun) October 2015 Venue: Chuo Kokaidou in Osaka, Japan (Osaka City Central Public Hall) It is a public fair of any genre of art, design, photography, illustration and more. We offer 120 teams of creators from Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam,...

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The Stories from Ramayana in Wayang Wong
Apr13

The Stories from Ramayana in Wayang Wong

Many cultures of South East Asia have their own versions and interpretations of Ramayana, the great Hindu epic. The meaning of Ramayana is “Rama’s Journey”, teaching us about ideal characters like: king, servant, father, wife, and so on.Like in all other versions of the epic of Ramayana, the Indonesian one is the story based on character of Rama. Many other characters like: Rama’s wife Sita, Rahwana his opponent, Laksmana his brother,...

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TEJAKULA and BLANGSINGA  – Photo Exhibitions and Dance Performance, 30th Aug 2014 – 14th Feb 2015 in Bali, Indonesia
Nov30

TEJAKULA and BLANGSINGA – Photo Exhibitions and Dance Performance, 30th Aug 2014 – 14th Feb 2015 in Bali, Indonesia

This project has started in the beginning of 2013 with an idea to present the heritage and traditions of two villages from Bali: Tejakula and Blangsinga. These places were unique in preserving the traditional forms of art, used mostly during religious ceremonies, and inside the temples. The photo exhibitions will show most interesting pieces of the documentation made throughout two years of following the events in these two villages....

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