‘The Glass Room: Misinformation Edition’ Exhibits at Goethe Institut Jakarta

Developed by Berlin-based NGO Tactical Tech, ‘The Glass Room: Misinformation Edition‘ is a self-learning installation that explores  how technology and social media platforms are shaping the information that we see, consume and share in our everyday lives. This internationally renowned pop-up exhibition is open from 28 January – 26 February 2023 at Goethe-Institut Jakarta’s library.

Indonesian Heritage Society (IHS) Evening Lecture: Challenges and Rewards of Writing History in Indonesia

Topic:     Peter Carey: Challenges and Rewards of Writing History in Indonesia When:     February 21, 2023, 7pm Where:    The Resonanz Music Studio, Jl. Kertanegara No. 28                 Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta 12180 Peter Carey will talk about his personal development as an Indonesian historian and his career as a biographer: Emeritus Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford, Peter

The Jakarta International Handicraft Trade Fair (INACRAFT)

Association of Exporter & Producers of Indonesian Handicraft (ASEPHI) and Mediatama Event present the 23rd edition of The Jakarta International Handicraft Trade Fair (INACRAFT) on March, 1-5 2023 at Jakarta Convention Center (JCC). INACRAFT is one of the largest handicraft exhibitions in Southeast Asia. Showcasing a variety of handicraft products such as Batik, Weaving, Fashion Products, Footwear, Bags & Travel Goods, Jewellery & Accessories,

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Spectacular Year of the Water Rabbit Celebrations at Pantjoran PIK

In celebration of the Lunar New Year, Agung Sedayu Group presented an exciting lineup of events at Pantjoran PIK, set against a backdrop of thematic architecture and authentic culinary destinations for families and communities. As one of the most popular leisurely and recreational destinations in Jakarta, Pantjoran PIK organised festive Lunar New Year celebrations in

Blooming Day Pop-Up Market

Saya Cinta Indonesia is a community formed to support and uplift Indonesian micro and small businesses to cement their names in our ever-growing economy. Now they are coming up with another initiative, a pop-up market to introduce and promote the rising businesses to a new demographic.  Blooming Day Pop-Up Market proudly offers various range of

Jagad Gallery Expands

After its triumph in Bali, Jagad Gallery is now opening a new branch in Jakarta at Wisma Geha, Lt. 2, Jl. Timor 25, Menteng.  Officially inaugurated on Saturday, 28th January 2023 by a senior architect and founder of Endramukti Design, Hidajat Wardhana Endramukti. Jagad Galerry is kicking off this new chapter by exhibiting the works

ARCH:ID (The 3rd Indonesia Architecture Exhibition & Conference)

ARCH:ID (The 3rd Indonesia Architecture Exhibition & Conference) is The Most Awaited Architecture Trade Event in Indonesia! Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia (Indonesian Institute of Architects) and PT CIS Exhibition, will be holding The 3rd Indonesia Architecture Exhibition & Conference (ARCH:ID) on March, 16-19 2023 at Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE), BSD City in Tangerang, Indonesia, with the

Ondel-Ondel Bazaar

Ondel-Ondel Bazaar at Pondok Indah Golf Apartment

Launching for the first time ever, the Ondel-Ondel Bazaar has a bold and gracious intention to revive local and small businesses focusing on Indonesia and Jakarta’s art and culture. COVID-19 restrictions and repercussions still hit fresh on our economy, small and micro businesses especially aren’t immune to the devastating blow caused by the confining health

Projections for Indonesian Tourism in the Political Year Ahead

2023 should be a year full of optimism, with the economic shortfalls of the pandemic finally waning. However, this optimism was dampened by the projections of a few international institutions noting the risk of a global recession this year, as well as the turbulence of Indonesia’s political year ahead of the 2025 general election. But

Spread Across The World: The Indonesian Diaspora in Four Countries

South Africa, Sri Lanka, Suriname, New Caledonia are home to some of the oldest overseas Indonesian/Malay communities. This talk introduces the societies of South African Cape Malays and Sri Lankan Malays who were sent by the Dutch as slaves, soldiers and banished princes in 1650s. Then there are more recent communities in Suriname and in

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