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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

INSPIRASI UNTUK TRANSFORMASI MUSEUM

Para arsitek di Medan membantu Museum Perkebunan Indonesia (Musperin) untuk mentransformasi gedung bersejarah AVROS dan BKPPS yang sangat cantik menjadi museum-museum yang hidup dan menarik. Transformasi sebuah gedung menjadi museum bukan pekerjaan mudah bagi para arsitek. Selain itu, mendirikan museum yang secara ekonomi bisa mandiri dan secara sosial bisa berkontribusi pada masyarakat juga menjadi tantangan bagi para pekerja museum. Ada referensi dalam Bahasa Inggris (2019, Job Roos, Dorus Hoebink, Arjen Kok, Metamorphosis: Transformation of Dutch Museums, ISBN 9789463661805) yang mungkin bisa menjadi inspirasi bagi para arsitek dan pekerja museum di Indonesia. Referensi ini ditulis berdasarkan pengalaman puluhan museum di Belanda yang melakukan transformasi secara fisik, ekonomi, dan sosial sejak tahun 1990 hingga sekarang. Buku bisa diunduh gratis melalui link ini Metamorphosis: Transformation of Dutch Museums

24th Anniversary of Sumatra Heritage Trust

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On 29 April 2022 Sumatra Heritage Trust or in Indonesian called BWS (Beranda Warisan Sumatra) celebrated its 24th anniversary. As one of the founders and the former Executive Director (1998-2005), I am happy for them and proud that the younger generation continues the ideal to raise awareness about cultural heritage. It has never been easy and will never be easy to keep the ideal and to share it with many stakeholders for a long time.  An ideal can fade away easily. It needs to be communicated continuously and promoted tirelessly. What helps is that we are passionate about cultural heritage. Passions keep us all motivated. At least that is my experience. After more than 30 years of working and being active in cultural heritage, I never get bored with cultural heritage. I see cultural heritage everywhere I go and that makes my work interesting, always.  I do hope that BWS will survive for another 24 years, another 24 years, and another 24 years. These are pictures sent by BWS from Medan

RIAK RAMADHAN DI SIAK

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Riak Ramadhan di Siak   Kamis, 28 April 2022 15.00-17.00 WIB Pembicara Cindy Shandoval Pendiri Komunitas Heritage Hero Moderator Imam Tri Putra Sukarelawan Beranda Warisan Sumatra (BWS)   Media: Zoom Cloud Meeting dan Facebook Live Streaming (Link pendaftaran dapat langsung digunakan 10 menit sebelum acara dimulai) Live Streaming di Facebook Page BWS: https://www.facebook.com/berandawarisansumatra   Pendaftaran: https://bit.ly/DBPAPRIL sertifikat tersedia sesuai permintaan   Narahubung: 085262036767 (WA Only) Diselenggarakan oleh Jaringan Sumatra untuk Pelestarian Pusaka (Pansumnet) dan Beranda Warisan Sumatra (BWS) Silaturahmi ngabuburit Pansumnet di bulan penuh berkah ini akan bercerita tentang keseruan anak muda Siak di Bulan Ramadhan. Siak yang kental dengan budaya dan tradisi adat Melayu tentunya memberikan sebuah cerita dan pengalaman yang menarik untuk disimak. Khususnya di bulan Ramadhan, masyarakat Siak memiliki tradisi menyambut bul

Reflections from Archiving Colonial Archives: Past, Present, and Future

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Heritage Webinar Series #7 Voices of Indonesia Reflections from Archiving Colonial Archives: Past, Present, and Future Wednesday, April 20, 2022 10.00-12.00 CET or 15.00 -17.00 WIB Speakers:  Risma Manurung and Jajang Nurjaman Arsip Nasional Republik Indonesia Registration:  https://tinyurl.com/heritagewebinar07registration or joint directly with this information of  Zoom Meeting https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84012449888?pwd=T0xzZURNQWk3WFF6aWpmYWhHd0Fkdz09 Meeting ID: 840 1244 9888 Passcode: q3y*3spoZc Organized by: Heritage hands-on, Indonesian Diaspora Network the Netherlands (IDN-NL), and IDN Liveable Cities (IDN-LC). Contact: Hasti Tarekat ( heritage@idn-lc.nl )   Nasional Arsip Republik Indonesia, ANRI, in Jakarta has inherited archives from the Dutch-Indies period. They become the source of information to understand the past, to see the link with the present, and to vision the future. How does ANRI manage the archives? What do they do to take a part in raising awaren