To restore tourism activities as before, many operators and tourism industry players have started and been preparing to redesign their business when the pandemic ends, including the tourist village activities.
The Lodge Foundation talks about feminism in Indonesia through a monologue titled "Wanodja Soenda" or "Sundanese Women" starring Sita Nursanti, Maudy Koesnaedi and Rieke Dyah Pitaloka.
On 29 February 2020, the Indonesian Heritage Society (IHS) will celebrate 50 years of volunteerism in support of Jakarta’s museums.
Garin Nugroho’s Planet - Sebuah Lament shows the rare voice and the body of work from Melanesians, rendering an environmental awakening that resonates with the global meditation about the hope for humanity and nature.
Despite being inhabited for up to 60,000 years, the continent of Australia was, for much of history, isolated from the rest of the world. Our friend from Indies Gallery Kemang, Sake Santema, told us the story.
NOW! Jakarta sat down with Indonesian artist, educator, and curator Hafiz Rancajale who believes that arts soften our mentality and reduce chaos.
Taking place from 17 to 18 January at Teater Jakarta, Garin Nughroho’s Planet-Sebuah Lament links the cost of human greed to natural damage, presented in theatrical performance.