The Dutch Cultural Institute, Erasmus Huis invites the international community in Indonesia to join their virtual celebration of its 50 year anniversary on 27 January which will be followed by an exciting 2021 programme.
The very elements that make Erasmus Huis an essential part of preserving the cultural exchange between Holland and Indonesia, are the same ones that increase coronavirus risk, namely bringing enthusiastic people together.
As the cultural centre of the Netherlands in Jakarta, focusing on musical programmes and exhibition, the Erasmus Huis is home to fascinating Dutch and Indonesian art and culture.
Erasmus Huis exhibited Cynthia Boll's award winning photo series Sinking City, Jakarta on 21 November - 20 December while reminding us of this dystopic future.
The Dutch cultural centre in Jakarta, Erasmus Huis, welcomed the World Press Photo Exhibition 2019 showcasing the World Press Photo Story of the Year for the first time.
NOW! Jakarta had the opportunity to sit down and spoke about the Dutch cultural centre in Jakarta, Erasmus Huis' mission with its new director, Yolande Melsert.
NOW! Jakarta recently sat down with Dutch band DeWolff to know more about how they have grown up in a band.
Now with the new face, the cultural house aims to secure its position as an important Dutch-Indonesian cultural and architectural landmark.
Erasmus Huis’ programmes including exhibits, seminars and films provide insight into Dutch culture.
Ten dancers and ten musicians of Lúčnica were recently in Jakarta to mark Slovakia’s National Day and for an additional performance at Dutch cultural centre Erasmus Huis.