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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ASIA AWARDS’ a comprehensive creative award project, TOKYO DESIGN WEEK 2015
Jun03

ASIA AWARDS’ a comprehensive creative award project, TOKYO DESIGN WEEK 2015

It is great opportunity to share your art work from all around the Asia such as Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, China and so on. ASIA AWARDS’ a comprehensive creative award project, has been established to gather all the young creative and high-quality power from Asia and around the world in the center of Tokyo. It aims to become a platform for students and young designers to help them develop their...

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Heri Dono’s first solo exhibition ‘Animachines’ at Stockholm – Sweden, 28th March until 28th June 2015
May17

Heri Dono’s first solo exhibition ‘Animachines’ at Stockholm – Sweden, 28th March until 28th June 2015

From 28th March until 28th June 2015, Färgfabriken presents Heri Dono’s first solo exhibition ‘Animachines’ at Stockholm, Sweden. With support from Indonesian Embassy in Sweden.  Färgfabriken was opened in 1995, serving its space for exhibitions and variant activities focusing in art, architecture and urban development, presenting works that are experimental and interdisciplinary offering visitors an on-going critical thinking as...

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Asian Creative Award vol.1 2015 Announced
Apr30

Asian Creative Award vol.1 2015 Announced

The Asian Creative Awards has been announced after all the pieces submitted are separately examined. http://www.ubies.net/award/ The Asian Creative Awards are meant to support the artists who are the next generation of the Asian creative scene by giving them opportunities to work abroad. In anticipation of the ever-growing potential of the creativity and culture of Asia, we accepted a wide range of entrants with the power to succeed...

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ASEAN Youth Creative Industry Fair August 2015, The Biggest Event For ASEAN Youth to Advance The Creative Industry
Mar05

ASEAN Youth Creative Industry Fair August 2015, The Biggest Event For ASEAN Youth to Advance The Creative Industry

Asean Youth Creative Industry Fair 2015 : The creative industry has been defined as an industry that is driven by the utilization of one’s creativity, skills, and talents to generate welfare and work opportunities through the individual’s capacity to create. Sustainable economic development that emphasizes creativity is what is then considered to be a creative economy; the starting point of a new frontier in economic...

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TEJAKULA and BLANGSINGA  – Photo Exhibitions and Dance Performance, 30th Aug 2014 – 14th Feb 2015 in Bali, Indonesia
Jan15

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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Epic of Mahabharata, Fashion Designer Shinta Chrisna
Aug24

Epic of Mahabharata, Fashion Designer Shinta Chrisna

Fashion designer Shinta Chrisna had a fashion show displaying the latest models depicting the characters from story of Mahabharata. The Fashion show took place during the Sanur Village Festival, on August 23, 2014. Cece from LV C&C Model Management created choreography and music for this event. For this collection Shinta Chrisna tried to design kebaya* with asymmetric patterns, inspired by traditional Indian clothes – Sari....

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Vintage Advertising
May01

Vintage Advertising

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In the weekly magazine Djaja, published in Jakarta, in issues from October 1963 and March 1964 we have found some ads for products still selling today. Putting the ads in the magazines always had an aim to introduce the products to the potential customers and make them familiar with the benefits of choosing the advertised product. What we can see in these photos is very graphical presentation, all in black and white. The photos are...

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Passion to learn Balinese Language
Apr22

Passion to learn Balinese Language

Ministry for National Education Center has been constructing the language map of Indonesian Archipelago for 15 years. And it’s completely understandable they have used so much time for research, since they registered 17 508 islands and 746 local languages. This research made possible to recognize the diversity and richness of Indonesian Culture. Even though the Indonesian Language is used officially, there are many dialects and...

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Anti Malaria Drink from Kalimantan, Wooden Cup made of Pasak Bumi
Apr16

Anti Malaria Drink from Kalimantan, Wooden Cup made of Pasak Bumi

People from Kalimantan (Borneo), believe that drinking water from wooden cup made of Pasak Bumi tree makes their blood bitter and disliked by the malaria mosquitos. Pasak Bumi or Eurycoma Longifolia is a plant used by inhabitants of Borneo in the treatments and healing. The plant is extremely bitter, and when one of its names is translated it means: “bitter charm”, or “bitter medicine”. Now, it’s produced in the shape of a glass that...

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