08 Dez 2021
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Profilpublikation 2021/2022

08 Dez 2021
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Link zur Publikation

dieangewandte.at/profile 2021.


08 Dez 2021
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open house

08 Dez 2021
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Hier der Link zu base:

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Facebook-Veranstaltung:

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THE CREATIVE PROCESS OF JAVANESE BATIK

06 Dez 2021
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ZOOM TALK

“FASHIONABLE BATIK”

with Fashion Designer Novita Yunus and Academic Laretna T Adishakti

14. December 2021, 10:00 – 12:00

 

NOVITA YUNUS established Batik Chic in 2009 out of love for traditional artisan crafted textiles and necessity to preserve the cultural heritage of Indonesia; fittingly the company motto is “Keep Heritage Alive”. With the goal of raising awareness and foster the popularity of Batik and other traditional Indonesian fabrics, Batik Chic is committed to create fashionable Batik items for all ages, while at the same time promoting vintage batik fabrics and designs that are quickly vanishing. Novita strongly believes that the success of Batik Chic and NY by Novita Yunus is due to two key factors: exceptional Indonesian craftsmanship and the rich culture of Indonesia, which she will address in her talk.

LARETNA T ADISHAKTI is a Lecturer and Coordinator of the Center for Heritage Conservation, Department of Architecture & Planning, Faculty of Engineering, at Universitas Gadjah Mada in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. She is also co-founder and presidium member of the Indonesian Heritage Trust as well as co-founder and advisory board member of the Jogja Heritage Society. As a director of Galeri Batik Jawa Indigo Co., Laretna T Adishakti will talk about Natural Indigo and Batik in research and design and about Galeri Batik Jawa Indigo as a showcase of Indonesian cultural heritage using environmental friendly processes.

To join the zoom talk, please visit:

https://dieangewandte-at.zoom.us/j/65891860605

 


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THE CREATIVE PROCESS OF JAVANESE BATIK

18 Nov 2021
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ZOOM TALK

„KEEPING THE TRADITION“
with Threads of Life Co-Founder William Ingram and Batik Artist Agus Ismoyo

23. November 2021, 10:00 – 12:00

 

WILLIAM INGRAM is the Co-Founder of Threads of Life, a Bali-based social enterprise that has worked with over 1000 traditional weavers and their families in 50 communities on 12 Indonesian islands since 1997. Through his work he seeks to demonstrate how profitable businesses can have a social mission, how community businesses can be profitable, and how both can be sensitive to the values of indigenous culture.

AGUS ISMOYO is an Indonesian Batik Artist who has explored the traditional collaborative creative process of Javanese batik through 36 years of artistic practice and developed a way of sharing this profound cultural experience to inspire artists from beyond the batik tradition. In his talk, Agus Ismoyo will share a creative process taught through the intangible aspect of batik and give access to the cultural spirit and roots of his art form.


To join the zoom talk, please visit:

https://dieangewandte-at.zoom.us/j/65891860605




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