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RECAP OF HERITAGE WEBINAR SERIES 2021-2022

From September 2021 to June 2022 Heritage hands-on collaborated with Indonesia Diaspora Nederland (IDN-NL) and Task Force Liveable Cities (TFLC) have organized the heritage webinar series. The webinar series aims to share Indonesia's latest development in heritage conservation. All webinars are recorded and accessible through Google Classroom (video and Powerpoint presentation). Please mention the source if you use any of the webinar's materials. Link of the Google Classroom: https://classroom.google.com/c/Mzk0NjUzNDYxMTcy?cjc=m56oiez; The classroom code: m56oiez Check “Schoolwerk” for an overview of all the webinars.   List of the webinar's topics 2021 #1 September Restoration of Fort Van Den Bosch – Ngawi Nadia Purwestri, Executive Director of Pusat Dokumentasi Arsitektur (Center for Architecture Documentation)   #2 October The Golden Era of the Plantation Industry on the East Coast of Sumatra and Their Legacies Soedjai Kartasasmita Chai

GERAKAN AKAR RUMPUT DI JAMBI

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Tanggal 26 Agustus 2022 Pansumnet dan BWS mengadakan diskusi bulanan dengan pembicara utama Mukhtar Hadi atau Borju. Jika ada contoh tentang penggerak masyarakat dalam arti sebenar-benarnya maka Borju adalah salahsatu contoh yang terbaik.  Beliau bersama dengan Perkumpulan Rumah Menapo  mendirikan Sekolah Alam Raya Muara Jambi pada tahun 2010 dengan berbagai kegiatan yang melibatkan masyarakat hampir setiap minggu dengan tema yang berbeda-beda, seperti Desaku Bersih: Sungai Batanghari bukan tong sampah raksasa; Benteng Hijau untuk Desaku; Goresan Situs Bersejarah dan Penyelusuran Situs Sejarah. Tujuan utamanya adalah melibatkan masyarakat termasuk anak-anak dalam pelestarian Kawasan Cagar Budaya Nasional (KCBN) Muarajambi. Perkumpulan Rumah Menapo mempunyai saluran YouTube yang terbuka untuk umum tanpa registrasi, menampilkan berbagai kegiatan mereka termasuk diskusi internal sehari-hari. Salurannya bernama Menapo TV.  Mendengarkan kisah perjuangan Borju dan teman-teman di Jambi sangat

MEMPELAJARI THOMAS KARSTEN

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Pada hari Rabu, 27 Juli 2022, Johannes Adiyanto (dosen Prodi Arsitektur, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Sriwijaya) membagi pengalaman pribadinya berkaitan dengan penelitian tentang karya-karya arsitek Belanda, Thomas Karsten, pada diskusi bulanan Pansumnet. Moderatornya Dr. Al Busyra Fuadi, ST., M.Sc (dosen Prodi Arsitektur, Universitas Bung Hatta, Padang).  Herman Thomas Karsten (Amsterdam, 22 April 1884 - Cimahi, 21 April 1945) merupakan nama yang terkenal dan sering menjadi rujukan sekaligus bahan penelitian baik dalam konteks tata kota maupun arsitektur di Indonesia, terutama jika mengacu pada rentang waktu 1900 hingga 1940-an. Pengaruh Karsten di beberapa kota kolonial masih terasa hingga masa sekarang, demikian juga dengan karya-karya bangunannya.  Pada diskusi kali ini, narasumber mengambil perspektif yang sedikit personal, yaitu menempatkan Karsten dalam perjalanan kehidupan pribadi narasumber. Narasumber tumbuh di Malang, lalu bekerja di Palembang, mempunyai ibu mertua yang bera

KLEIBURG: MODERN ARCHITECTURE OF AMSTERDAM

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Amsterdam is famous for its canals and old buildings but the city has also a relatively rich collection of modern architecture. One of them is Kleiburg, in Amsterdam Southeast, a building with more than 500 apartments. Kleiburg is part of Bijlmermuseum, an open-air and living museum consisting of a built environment (6 appartment buildings, 1100 meter metro viaduct, and green space) that has been built between 1967 and 1972 in the area called Bijlmermeer, Amsterdam Southeast. Since 2019 all elements and areas of the Bijlmermuseum gain status as the protected cityscape of Amsterdam.  The apartment building of Kleiburg was built in 1969 and ready in 1971.  The whole building was closed from January 2009 until 2012 for a new plan. Finally, it was destinated as a self-renovated project between 2013-2016 where buyers purchased a basic empty living space ready for renovations. All six apartment buildings in the Bijlmermuseum are renovated but Kleiburg was renovated in a different way.

Museology in Indonesia: Dynamics of Private and Community Museums

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  Heritage Webinar Series #9 Voices of Indonesia   Museology in Indonesia: Dynamics of Private and Community Museums Wednesday, June 22, 2022 14.00-16.00 CEST or 19.00 -21.00 WIB   Speakers KRHT Daniel Haryodiningrat Director of Museum Ullen Sentalu, Yogyakarta https://ullensentalu.com/index.html Nata’alui Duha Director of Museum Pusaka Nias, Gunung Sitoli, Nias, North Sumatra https://museum-nias.org/en/ Registration:   https://tinyurl.com/heritagewebinar09registration Organized by: Heritage hands-on, Indonesian Diaspora Network the Netherlands (IDN-NL), and IDN Liveable Cities (IDN-LC). Ullen Sentalu Museum that located in Kaliurang, Yogyakarta is a Javanese Art, Culture and Nature museum. The museum’s location at the foothill of Mount Merapi, coincides with the northern part of Javanese macro-cosmology, while on the south lies Parangtritis along the Indian Ocean. The Museum is also located in the middle of the former Mataram Kingdom, marked by the Borobud

HUL Recommendation in Indonesia

The effort to disseminate the Historic Urban Landscape (HUL) Recommendation in Indonesia has been going on since 2018 through the workshops in Muntok, South of Sumatra (2018), and Banjarmasin, South of Kalimantan (2019) and the publication of the handbook of HUL Quick Scan Method for University Lecturers (2021).  Both workshops and the publication of the handbook were cooperation of the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands and Heritage hands-on, with the Indonesian stakeholders namely Universitas Indonesia, Universitas Trisakti, and Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB). In each city of the workshops, many local stakeholders were involved and their contributions were immensely important to developing a suitable approach to the HUL Recommendation implementation in Indonesia.  UNESCO World Heritage Centre through the World Heritage Canopy has noticed the HUL Recommendation implementation in Indonesia and published it in their platform in June 2022.  World Heritage Canopy   is a living pl

EXPERT MEETING OF INDONESIAN AND DUTCH MUSEUMS

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In conjunction with the Revolusi! Exhibition , Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, and the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Jakarta have organized an Expert Meeting in the Netherlands on 16-20 May 2022 for the six Indonesian museums that have lent their collections for the exhibition. They have seen and discussed the exhibition on the first day of the Expert Meeting, and also exchanged information about lending museum collections and public education programs. For the rest of the week, they have visited various depots and museums, especially those that have collections and plans for exhibitions about Indonesia.  This kind of program is a long-term visioned effort for both countries to enhance cooperation, build understanding, and bridge gaps, in museum development and the possibilities of exchange collections in the future. Indonesia and the Netherlands share a history that opens up countless possibilities for a shared exhibition from various angles and perspectives.  It has been a hect