JakArt@2003 Programs

ARCHITECTURE      back to top

A001   The Festival Kali Besar, organized by the ‘Volunteers of Architecture’ (jak/ENL)

The Festival Kali Besar is organized by the ‘Volunteers of Architecture’. This festival will take place in the Kali Besar Area in the period June 1-22 The main focus of the festival is to show the people and the government of Jakarta that the Kali Besar Area, which has been abandoned and forgotten by many, still has a cultural potential and historical value which is significant for the tourist Industry; a further aim is to raise the awareness of the community about some architectural issues in a way that is understandable to the ordinary person without any specialist knowledge. The Festival consists of 6 different programs and campaigns through which people will ´go back in time´ and re-live the golden years of the 18th century and to finally see the future of the Kali Besar Area. The Projects: WE CARE A001A. a) The painting of 5 historical buildings in Jalan Kali besar timur. June 1- 22. giving a new face to Kali Besar with the support from the community and the student architects. (50 painters per day including 30 architects and 20 people from the community). b) gathering the local community for 1 day to work together and clean the area around the Fatahilah square and Jl. Kali Besar. June 8. c) Info Boxes placed on strategic areas in kali Besar and fatahillah square. The boxes will display information to create awareness of the importance of preservation and the progress of Historical Jakarta such as books, pamphlets, photo exhibitions.

Jakarta Kota, tempo doeloe A001B: Art Performances and social events Traditional market  as a form of social awareness for the society. Instalasi Kali Besar A001C: 5 installations built from wood, plastic bottles and fabrics floating in the Kali Besar river. Historical Building Tour A001D: Organized tours through 2 conservation areas of Jakarta: Jakarta Kota (by bicycle) and Menteng ( by Bus). Exhibition On Photography And Architecture A001E:  4 exhibitions held along Jl. Kali Besar Timur and inside the Gedung Kota Bawah.1 Revitalization Project exhibition. 2 Architecture exhibition 3 Human Interest Photography exhibition. 4 Art Photography Exhibition. Workshop A001F: The people wil get instructions on how to make a simple camera: Kamera lubang jarum (pin-hole camera)

A001 pub30, 1-22/6


A001A WE CARE (Kami Peduli) The painting of 5 historical buildings in Jalan Kali besar timur and Info Boxes Placed on strategic areas in kali Besar and fatahillah square

A Campaign to emphasize the importance of the preservation of historical buildings: 
a) The painting of 5 historical buildings in Jalan Kali besar timur. June 1- 22 by giving a new face to Kali Besar with the support from the community and the student architects. (50 painters per day including 30 architects and 20 people from the community). The creation of a temporary condition in a campaign aimed to show how these building could look if they were correctly preserved. b) Info Boxes placed on strategic areas in kali Besar and fatahillah square. The boxes will display information to create awareness of the importance of preservation and the progress of Historical Jakarta such as books, pamphlets, photo exhibitions. Local organizations like Dinas Parawisata, Museum Sejarah Jakarta, Museum Wayang, Museum Keramik, students and others will be asked to help in campaign material. We Care is part of The Festival Kali Besar. The Festival Kali Besar is organized by the ‘Volunteers of Architecture’. This festival will take place in the Kali Besar Area in the period June 1-22

A001A pub30, 1-22/6


A001A WE CARE – 1 day to work together and clean the area around the Fatahilah

gathering the local community for 1 day to work together and clean the area around the Fatahilah square and Jl. Kali Besar Timur PUB30. June 8. We Care is part of The Festival Kali Besar. The Festival Kali Besar is organized by the ‘Volunteers of Architecture’. This festival will take place in the Kali Besar Area in the period June 1-22

A001A pub07, 8/6


A001B Jakarta Kota, tempo doeloe, Art Performances and social events, Traditional market  as a form of social awareness for the society.

Art Performances and social events at Pub31 to bring back the art and culture of traditional Betawi, to bring a festival atmosphere to Kali besar Timur and fatahilah square, to Bring performances as a cultural mission to the public and to organize a traditional market  as a form of social awareness for the society. The art performances will take place on June 1, 8, 15, 22, (every Sunday) at Jl Kali Besar Timur PUB30. Jakarta Kota, Tempo Doeloe is part of The Festival Kali Besar A001. The Festival Kali Besar is organized by the ‘Volunteers of Architecture’. This festival will take place in the Kali Besar Area in the period June 1-22

A001B pub30, 1-22/6


A001C Instalasi Kali Besar, 5 installations built from wood, plastic bottles and fabrics floating in the Kali Besar river.

Floating Memories. This work comprises 5 installations built from wood, plastic bottles and fabrics that were found floating in the Kali Besar river.  Wood is used as a familiar material for the surrounding environment; plastic bottles (ex- mineral water bottle) are utilized within the construction, with the additional use of a banner made from fabric as a material on which to paint. The overall aim of the project is to visualize issues that have developed in Jakarta, in the concern that they may be ‘forgotten’.  To be better understood by the average person these issues are combined in ‘local language’. There is a range of issues to be addressed, such as: Historical Preservation (cultural heritage), Garbage / disposal issues, concerned with recycling and City aesthetic. Design Concepts: The banner for the painting, visualises the issues in pictures.  Floating the work in Kali Besar creates as a Vocal Point or Point of Interest, and will attract the interest and attention of the public and communicate the importance of the issues. Instalasi Kali Besar is part of The Festival Kali Besar is organized by the ‘Volunteers of Architecture’. This festival will take place in the Kali Besar Area PUB30 in the period June 1-22.

A001C pub30, 1-22/6


A001D Historical Building Tour, Organized tours through 2 conservation areas of Jakarta: Jakarta Kota (by bicycle) and Menteng ( by Bus).

The existence of Kota as one of conservation area in Jakarta, many times ignored by the general community or even the buildings’ owner. For that reason, this historical building tour program at Kali Besar area are expected to give a new perception, especially for common community about how important to conserve those buildings or to give them the awareness to be on the lookout for the old buildings. Participants are invited for joining the tour of the historical buildings object, at Kali Besar area, Kota & Menteng . Buildings Objects At Kota :Bank Exim (Bank Mandiri), Bank Indonesia, Museum Fatahillah, Cipta Niaga, Toko Merah, Standard Chartered Bank. Buildings Object At Menteng: Gedung Kuntskring, RS Cikini, Kantor Berita Antara, Gedung PLN, Gereja Immanuel Participants are divided into two groups, for the public & the students. For the public participants, the tour will be held at 7th June at kali besar. PUB30. For the students participants will be held at 15th June 2003 at Menteng area. PUB32 
Realization time: full day tour (with lunch break). Historical Building Tour  is part of The Festival Kali Besar A001. The Festival Kali Besar is organized by the ‘Volunteers of Architecture’. This festival will take place in the Kali Besar Area in the period June 1-22

A001D Pub30, 22/6, pub32, 15/6


A001E Exhibition On Photography And Architecture , 4 exhibitions held along Jl. Kali Besar Timur and inside the Gedung Kota Bawah.

Students from universities, Academic societies, Professional organizations, cultural centres, and government institutions across Jakarta and professionals will be invited to exhibit their work on kali besar. 
The exhibition on photography and architecture is a small part of the Kali Besar Festival, and even smaller part of the entire jakart@2003 festival. With that in mind this exhibition will be held to support the Jakart@2003 festival especially the kali besar festival, which is an effort to revitalize the kali besar area. Through such exhibition, we hope to give the general public, specifically those in surrounding area, some description in social, economical, ecological, and architectural aspects of the area, using photography and other form of art as a medium. This exhibition will also feature other revitalization projects across Indonesia and around the world. Thus serving as a point of reference in the revitalization of kali besar. The general public will, in an interactive way, have the chance to know the Kali Besar area during the photo hunting process to gather exhibition material. The local people can have a better understanding of their area, and receive a fresh and new point of view, after viewing the exhibition. Guests of the exhibition can express and share their view on kali besar and the exhibited material interactively during & after the exhibition process. All sorts of media i.e. photographs, paintings, collages, architectural models, and installations will featured in 4 different exhibitions: 10 works on revitalization projects, 20 works on architecture in general, 50 works on human interest photography, 20 works on art photography, As a highlight of the exhibition, several professional photographers will be invited to contribute their material that has kali besar as their theme. Ray Bachtiar, Firman Ichsan, Oscar Motuloh and Yori Antar. The exhibition will include some Interactive Events such as Photo hunting in kali besar during the exhibition. Not only people get to see the exhibition, but also they can see the actual objects by themselves. Guests’ photos in kali besar, not only they will see the exhibition, but they got the chance to be part of the exhibition, thus allowing them to express their own view of the area. Some of the exhibited material will not have titles or caption in them, and guests can give a title to these materials. This will give them a chance to express their own view on the area and the exhibited material. Some of these works is for sale to benefit the kali besar revitalization projects.

A001E pub30, cc10, 1-22/6


A001F and A001FW Kamera lubang jarum (pin-hole camera) and workshop

Kamera lubang jarum (pin-hole camera) workshop is designed as a participatory project for the community of Jakarta, especially the community in the Kali Besar area; the students from it’s elementary and secondary schools, and more specifically the homeless.  The workshop aims to enable them to participate not only as spectators but also as artists, who care about the preservation of historical buildings. We try to realise this small but worthy effort through the media of photography. The Pin Hole Camera project is a collaboration between the Architecture Volunteers and the pinhole camera community.  This  community wast intiated by a rather famous photographer named Mr Ray Bachtiar. Registration for the workshop can be made by phone : Gita Hastrika  (08567830679) & Cica (08161990847) The Workshop will be held in Cipta Niaga Building OFF11 on 7-10 June 2003. It Started at 9 am. The workshop is part of Festival Kali Besar and is organized by the ‘Volunteers of Architecture’. This festival will take place in the Kali Besar Area in the period June 1-22

A001F off11 +cc10, 13-22/6 and the workshop A001FW off11, 7-10/6


A002            Instalasi Arsitektur, Architectural Installations, 4 Installations forming a triangle surrounding the monas Square. (Landmark and centerpoint of Jakarta) (jak/ENL)

These installations are constructed and organized by volunteers, student- and professional architects and artists. These Architectural Installations are media that have the purpose to campaign against the present situation of Jakarta City. The first installation, Malu Malu Mau (to shy to ask for it) symbolizes West Jakarta (Jakarta barat) Location: Harmony Sidewalk (in front of Carrefour, Central Jakarta)  Theme: Sidewalk cocoon that is torn in parts for exposure.Concept: “ Human being is a social being that are asocial (Gesellige Ungeselligkeit)“ – Immanuel Kant – The second installation, ‘Jakarta – Jakarta’ ku ( Oh my Jakarta) symbolizes Central Jakarta (Jakarta pusat). 10 Installations in a circle – 10 panels with ten paintings with images. Location : Bank Indonesia Traffic Circle Theme: Layar Terkembang Masa. (sails of time) The meaning of time here is a time period which describes the development of Jakarta from the past until now. The third installation, Skala Manusia (the human scale) Unity of Mankind, symbolizes East Jakarta (Jakarta Timur). An Installation near the Youth center (Gelanggang olah raga), in front of the statue. ( Tugu Permuda). Theme : A giant scale monument that is not humane. The Monument at Senen in front of G.O.R, symbolizes the Indonesian people in unity, moving forward and fighting for the nation. The condition today, is retranslating that symbol: the Indonesians are represented by the youth that has to move forward to face the times. During the JakArt@2003 Festival this monument will function as a media that’s being modified to form an integral unity within an installation. The fourth installation, Jakarta Semakin kacau (Jakarta goes chaotic) symbolizies South Jakarta (Jakarta Selatan) Location;  Tugu Pak Tani Sculpture  (patung perjuangan – the ‘struggle for freedom’ statue), This installation tells stories about Jakarta, the metropolis main city in Indonesia.

A002 pub34, 1-30/6


A002A            Architectural Installation: Malu Malu Mau – to shy to ask for it, Symbolizing Jakarta Barat. Where people are mostly Insecure about their own crowded surroundment

Location: Harmony Sidewalk (in front of Carrefour, Central Jakarta) An Installation symbolizing the diversity of the human scale. Theme of the Installation is  a Sidewalk cocoon that is torn in parts for exposure. Concept: “Human being is a social being that are asocial (Gesellige Ungeselligkeit)“- Immanuel Kant – The desire to melt in public and the desire to be authentic The busy pedestrian sidewalks. In general, passing along these walkways can be disturbing for pedestrians because they tend to be designed in such a way as to cast silhouettes that create an atmosphere of danger. People try to avoid walking in these spaces. Malu – Malu Mau will become a media interaction between public and private space that highlights and celebrates their reactive  tension: the Harmony Sidewalk will present itself as a ‘sexy clothes’ on the ‘naked body’ sidewalk. The sidewalk space gives a spirit and provides a context for this installation. Sidewalks will be partially covered through the windows of the installation wall. The interest of Malu – Malu Mau is on the part that is torn, which makes the possibility to double peek “this time you are being peeked at by the public around you at the same way as you usually peek at the public”. A unity with the urbanscape without losing one’s personal identity.

A002A pub33, 1-30/6           


A002B            Architectural Installation: ‘Jakarta – Jakarta’ ku ( Oh my Jakarta) Symbolizing Central Jakarta (Jakarta pusat) The Historical part of Jakarta.

Location: Bunderan BI (Bank Indonesia Traffic Circle). 10 Installations in a circle – 10 panels with ten paintings with images. theme: Layar terkembang masa ( Sails of time) 
The meaning of time here is a time period which describes the development of Jakarta from the past until now. This architectural media takes the form of triangular sails, like sails in a boat. These sails describe the eras of Jakarta’s development that can be seen in all aspects, like social, economic to its present culture. Just like the function of a sail on a boat that is moving the boat according to the wind direction, the development of Jakarta is portrayed in this installation.  Based on changing situations and conditions arising from past and present social aspects, Jakarta’s culture is narrated. Bamboos are set at different levels, which function as the masts for the ships sails and also symbolizes the emptiness of balance / neutrality arising from its changes;  furthermore the use of bamboo which makes a sound when the wind blows, creates a natural atmosphere in the midst of buildings crowded together and built from ‘massive’ materials such as concrete, and steel,  enveloped by heavy traffic noise.

A002B pub01, 1-30/6


A002C            Architectural Installation: Unity of Mankind, Skala Manusia (the human scale) Symbolizing Jakarta Timur.

Symbolizing East Jakarta (Jakarta Timur). Location: Senen. A crowded market and heavy traffic, not corresponding with the environment. An installation near the Youth center (Gelanggang olah raga),  in front of the statue. (Tugu Permuda) – a row of big people (5m). The Installation will be laying down on the ground. Bringing the size back to the human scale. The Colour is green, symbolizing the need for green space in Jakarta. A giant scale monument that is not humane. The Monument at Senen in front of G.O.R, symbolizes the Indonesian people in unity, moving forward and fighting for the nation. The condition today, is retranslating that symbol: the Indonesians are represented by the youth that has to move forward to face the times. As part of the JakArt@2003 Festival, this monument will function as a media that’s being modified to form an integral unity within an installation. The concept of of this installation is to enable the human to be present  and To create a city perspective in an installation languange as a complexity, and to express the need for open and green space. The reflection of the urban situation and social from the architecture and installation  In mans’ eye view, it’s like a layered wall but still has a circulation through to the other side. Employing green as a colour-expression symbolizes the green space which has gone and been replaced by buildings.

A002C spo08, 1-30/6


A002D            Architectural Installation: Jakarta Semakin Kacau – Jakarta goes Chaotic Symbolizing South Jakarta (Jakarta Selatan)

Location: Tugu Tani Sculpture also called the ‘struggle for freedom’ statue, (patung perjuangan) This installation tells story about Jakarta, the metropolis main city in Indonesia.The partial development without any clear basis in respect of city rules concepts, results in lot of empty space which is vulnerable to criminality. The public space is very minimal, and threatens to disappear by being overwhelmed with commercial buildings. There are still several public spaces although not well treated. The main point is that even the biggest public square of Jakarta is now being fenced, the Monas open space for example, is limited only to specific personnel. The chaos Jakarta – The road is strive on top and under, widely and lengthen without realize the negative impact from the space below the fly-over. Unfortunately, the development of the road which is aesthetically disturbing the “face of the city” isn’t closely related to the pedestrian. The circulation for human beings is being cut off, up – down, blocked by plant pots, and other obstructions that leaves no comfortable pedestrian space in the city. Thus, being formed is  the appearance of an exclusive ‘automobile society’. The impression of this city one of, not being built for human beings, but rather for machine like vehicles. This condition creates an expanding gap between human and material values. By way of example, take for instance the conditions for the handicapped; their mobility is very difficult and imited because city accessibility is still far from any established standard. Greenlessness of Jakarta – Throughout the city people are assaulted with tall buildings of concrete, or faced in glass. The imbalance between built space and open space makes the climate in the city heavy, coarse and rigid. Jakarta has developed brutally – The development of the settlement areas which are far from the Central Business District is a serious concern. Scattered settlement causes the wasting of energy, time, and natural resources. The effects of pollution are also extra ordinary.  Jakarta is sick. – The whole shape of phenomenon happening in the urban realm produces negative effects for the society.  Psychologically, the citizens mental state has became emotional, grumpy, careless, and the risk of social disintegration is high. From the small samples above it is obvious that , citizens have no choice except to use private vehicles if they want to enjoy travel in  the city. Citizens don’t have any choice but to face the daily routines of facing traffic jams, pollution, noise, heat, overcrowding, criminallity, and demonstrations. Human being have become stuck in the city space.  DESIGN CONCEPT: The strict broken form creating tight and ineffective space, symbolize the tight choices for the citizens in Jakarta or the lack of public open space where people can meet each others and rest. The sharp edges symbolize the cruelty of Jakarta for many citizens. Meanwhile the long shape with “nearly” curve symbolize the unlimited time before the city changes into a better place. On the other hand, the whole shape of design is a transformation design from the chaos of Jakarta city. The position in Tugu Tani (in front of the sculpture) is a symbolic of alertness for open public spaces which threatend to be destroyed and replaced by inappropriate  buildings.

A002D pub28, 1-30/6

  DANCE           back to top

D002    Introdans, International ballet from the Nethertlands (jak/ENL)

Since 1971 Introdans has grown into one of the biggest and most active ballet companies in the Netherlands. Introdans lets you experience high-quality dance, suitable for a wide public. Working in an enjoyable, harmonious style, various choreographers create ballets in which classical, lyrical elements combine with modern techniques. The Introdans repertoire is contemporary and at the same time so accessible for many people that it is perceived as classical and warm. Introdans Ensemble for Youth has been presenting items from the treasury of modern dance since 1989, together with works created specially for this ensemble. This is the only company of its kind in Europe, presenting shows for both children and adults. Introdans thus has a unique status at many important venues all over the world. Moreover, Introdans has an active education department which arranges projects in schools and in theatres. Introdans is an experience for young and old. The dancers: Camille Andriot, Laura Berghuis, Antonio Chamizo, Danilo Colonna, Tyler Gledhill , Mendy Kunz, Iris Possen, John Sandursky, Emanuele Soavi, Nao Tokuhashi, Yusuke Tsutsumi, Karin Lambrechtse, Artistic directors: Roel Voorintholt and Ton Wiggers. The appearance of Introdans during this years festival is supported by the Embassy of the Royal Netherlands and the Erasmus Huis and organized in cooperation with JakArt. Their performances are part of a tour through Indonesia, 16-29 June. They will also perform at the Borobudur Festival In Yogyakarta.

D002 ch02, 20/6 + 21/6 20.00, cc01, 24/6 19.30


D003    Dance Expression, Indian contemporary dance by Astad Deboo (jak)

A Solo performance by Astad Deboo, Pioneer of modern dance in India, organized by JakArt. 
Astad Deboo’s range is phenomenal. From deeply introspective solo expression his choreography has also been in mainstream cinema and of mega corporate events. In recognition of the unique he now occupies Astad Deboo was awarded the Sangeet Natak Academy award, the highest honour bestowed on creative performers by the government of India.  “ Astad Deboo belongs to the honourable company of Ruth St Denise, Lester Horton Asdata Daforan, Michio-Tio and Uday Shankar who have combed through world cultures for they fruitfully combine with their traditions” (Alan M Kriegsman, Washington Post) After many years abroad Astad returned to India and trained in Kathakali, the powerful dance theatre from the state of Kerala bringing to his dance a combination of extreme physical control and stunning visual impact, the eclectic universe gradually coalesced into a style uniquely his own. A style that celebrates in one breath the exuberance of narrative based forms and the cerebral intensity of contemporary abstraction.

D003 the10, 2/6 20.00


D004    Perahu Pinggiran- Rafts, Sigma Dance Theatre, contemporary dance from Indonesia (jak)

Sigma Dance Theatre is an avante garde dance group. The group was formed 4 years ago based on their concern for integrated artistic development. The idea of Perahu Pinggiran visually describes bold young teenagers trying to survive street life by discovering  and exploring an inner freedom in their daily life. They steer a ship through the conventions of the city, indicating that there is still vibrancy in life. The movement technique used in this play is not limited by dance norms , but are basically spontaneous, improvisational movements which are theme inspired. To avoid being structured by the improvisation itself, movement techniques drawn from the Minangkabau tradition employed. 
Music is also unstructured and spontaneous: sounds as art  are generated by the performers. (cloth hitting and voices). Sigma Dance consists of 15 dancers. Artistic Director: Benny Krisnawardi, Music: Anusirwan, Penata Cahaya: Sony Sumarsono, Penata Artistic: Dibal, Dancers: Eko Purnomo, Marhusin, Mayudin, Reinhard Meinard Tanamal, Risman Hermawan, Ade Erna Septiani, Diyah Dewi Lestari, Elisabeth Stefanny, Fitria, Maria Utari Trijayani, Nia Mariyana Kurniasih, Putri Zayanthy, Windaningsih, Yuliana Romadhana.

D004 com13, 8/6 19.00, the03, 15/6 19.30, the04 22/6 20.00, the11, 29/6 19.00


D005    Cinta – Love and Jalan Jalanan Hidup – the playful road of life. 2 compositions performed by Yola Yulfianti Dance.Modern traditional Dance (jak)

During jakArt @ 2003 Yola Yulfianti and her dance group will perform 2 of her compositions. The first composition is entitled Cinta (Love). The Synopsis: Thy heart misses thee, therefore named thee, restless thy heart thus far thy give thy self.  Dancers: Yola, Anto, musicians: Arnan Marming, Doni, Yuyun. The second composition is entiled: Jalan Jalanan Hidup (the playful road of life) 
The Synopsis: This is the way of life we chose. The life we’ve experienced, through sweetness and bitterness; there are so many opportunities to be realised because of this life, and…we cannot force anybody to turn back. Dancers: Mei, Fares, Ria, Mimin, Puji . Musicians: Road Soundscape by Yola Yulfianti

D005 off10, 16/6 16.00, fco06, 19/6 20.00, fco01, 20/6 20.00, the10, 21/6 20.00, plz04, 22/6 15.00


D006            “Arogan & Halaman”  – by Ferry Dance Teater

Ferry Dance Theater experiments with the ‘realism gesture’. Not to present the realism concept as an object of imitation, but rather employing it as an attempt to create a meaningful reality. Ferry Dance Theater has its own individual characteristic independent of conventional forms. It is our opinion that interpreting contemporary dance always has to be developed and be innovative so that the dance itself will never die. In this show, Ferry Dance Theater will tell of human morality as it affects mankind: asa cause of war involving the innocent who are trapped between the arrogant and powerful, who believed the half truths that throws the world into chaos. There will be 2 scenario. The first one called Arogan. The arrogant is a faith which is taken as a truth making redundant the need for consensus and agreement, which results in the destruction of human moral values and judgment. Supposedly the faith of arrogance is to create a peaceful world, but in reality it is merely the face of a liar. In this scenario, Ferry Dance Theater tries to understand and express the problems in Iraq nowadays. Performed by 5 dancers with their own arrogant character. The second piece called Halaman (Park). Halaman is a symbol for human peace and freedom. Halaman tries to bring our childhood memory back, when we used to play in the park and were united with the environment and gave us freedom without disturbing others. Ferry Dance Theater tries to bring the greedy who love power, to their clean playground in the park which is not disturbed by the rules or legislation created by humans themselves. These 2 scenarios performed are of 1 hour duration and will describe the human potential for peace and violence.

D006 the05, 19/6 16.00, mil01, 20/6 10.00, off10, 21/6 16.00, pub27, 22/6 19.00


D007            “Nyanyian Angsa” (Goose Song) by Teater Bulan, Indonesian Contemporary Dance

Consists of 30 dancers, Scenario by: Andris Sirdnaontadjiw, Director: Natalia Angelia Rahayu Dianawati, Artistic director: Novita, Lighting: Helsya. Bulan Theater was established in August 10th, 2002 the entire group, including production and administration, are women. Although there are other womens theatre groups, Bulan Theatre has its own unique characteristic in that its’ performances are based on the reality of a womans personality and life. Goose Song…. When there is no human feeling: losing one’s mind, losing everything. “Maria Jaitun”, a suffering hooker, her body is with disease ….. syphilis…has a heart attack. As a hooker she is a loser. Nobody wants her. One day “Maria Jaitun” does not feel afraid anymore, the loneliness and suffering have gone …. After meeting a man….? The Guardian Angel of Eden is perturbed, when his evil face has no effect upon this sword of light. He cannot pursue me anymore, I’m not afraid of loneliness anymore and suffering has already gone.  Dancing, I entered Eden and ate the apples as I pleased.  My name is “Maria Jaitun” a hooker, and the bride is me.

D007 com35, 7/6 15.00, mil01, 13/6 10.00, off10, 14/6 19.00, the05, 21/6 17.00, the02, 22/6 19.30


    EDUCATION         back to top

E001 Homage to the Eternal Creativity of the Human Race (jak/U)

In 2003 JakArt will concentrate its efforts in presenting an example, a taste, of what a project like “Homage to the Eternal Creativity of the Human Race” might look like. The backbone of this pilot project will be the history of the Arts in Indonesia. Because of time constrains only a sample of representative periods will be initially presented. Foreign embassies and governments will be invited to provide material to illustrate as a comparison what was happening around the world during the periods that have been selected. A comprehensive chronological Educational Exposition of the most important examples of art produced throughout human history around the world, from the cave dweller to the present, in the form of museum replicas in an “atmospheric” context. To achieve this the exposition will draw and use material from both the Tangible Heritage and Intangible Heritage from around the world. As an Educational project this exposition is not only meant to provide the opportunity for those who do not have the privilege to view and be aware of the wealth and diversity of global art throughout the ages, but also to illustrate the importance of Creativity in cultural, social and economic development and as a vehicle supporting and promoting World Peace. It is hoped that this will inspire and persuade societies (and their governments) to appreciate the importance of preserving their Cultural Heritage, of presenting and promoting it at present, and of considering the importance of Creativity in future development.

The exhibits should be displayed, as far as possible, in layers of chronological order relating to their time of creation, viewed in parallel with other examples of art from around the globe dating from the same period. The exhibits should be viewed in a meaningful “atmospheric” context that evokes the culture and era within which they were conceived and created. For example, instead of just displaying paintings and sculptures of the Baroque era in a “traditional” exhibition format one could attempt to place them in a “room”, an environment, that would also include furniture, tapestries, chinaware, architectural details, etc. all dating from the same Baroque period, and to complete the “atmospheric” impression one could always add some Baroque music.  In fact, because of the exceptional format of this exposition which is designed around the ‘atmospheric’ concept mentioned above, the exposition suggests itself to a supplementary and complementary program that will include a number of other art forms such as theatre, dance and music that can be used to illustrate the integral relationship extant between one art form and another.  In this respect an accompanying program of lectures and seminars could also be linked with the exposition.

mus03, 25/6-25/7, 10.00 – 17.00


E002            Australian Education Week (EAU/ADFAT)

In the first week of June, over 45 Australian education representatives will assemble in Indonesia for the 2nd Australian Education Week, organised by the Australian Embassy. The Week will comprise a wide range of educational and cultural events, culminating in the Study in Australia education exhibition to be held at the Shangri-La Hotel on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 June.  The Study in Australia exhibition once again has attracted many well-known universities, vocational education training providers, ELICOS and foundation studies’ institutions. This year, we also welcome the participation of many new universities, colleges and schools such as King Khalid Islamic College and Werribee Islamic School. Australia offers Indonesian students the opportunity to continue their study abroad in an environment where they can practice the principles of equity, freedom, justice and the harmony of Islam.  Australia continues to work closely with Indonesia on a range of education projects designed to enhance the exchange of information and cooperation. At the moment, there are more than 300 agreements between Australian and Indonesian institutions under which collaborative projects and staff/student exchanges occur. Australian Education Week is one of the events that strengthen the relationship between Australia and Indonesia. It brings together a range of events that demonstrate the broad range of interest and cooperation between the two countries, as well showcasing the quality of Australian education and training and what it has to offer to the Indonesian community. The Australian Education Week program will feature several individual events and activities including: Study in Australia education exhibition; Specialist seminars from leading Australian academics and trainers; A public information session on the Australian Development Scholarship program; A debate performance by four top high schools in Jakarta. For more info: http://www.studyinaustralia.org

E002 hot10, 2-8/6. (jak)


E003    The Rice that Nourishes the World, Exhibition and Workshop (CCF)

(Le Riz qui Nourrit le Monde) An exhibition organized to inform the people about the problems

involving the development of the Rice production in the world. Rice is one of the three most produced cereals in the world and the prime food source for half of the world population. This exhibition is supported by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and by CIRAD (Organization specialized in Tropical Agriculture) and organized by the Centre Culturel Français.

Cette exposition est realiseé conjointement par le ministère de affairs Étrangêre et le CIRAD, organisme scientifique francais spécialisé dans la recherche en agronomie tropicale. Elle explore le monde du riz sous divers aspects: son histoire, sa culture, les différentes étapes de sa transformation. Les enjeux économiques et sociaux qui s’y rattachent et les innovations scientifiques. Le riz fait partie des trois céréales les plus produites au monde avec le blé et le mais. Il constitue la base de l’alimentation de la moitié de l’humanité.

E003 uni17, 28/5-5/6  9.00-16.00 (mo-fr)


E005            Australian Education fair (EAU/ADFAT)

the Educational Fair will feature the following seminars:

Saturday, 7 June 2003. 12.30 -13.15 Business Study in Australia by Prof. Bob Robertson,Executive Director & Vice President (University Enterprises),University of Technology Sydney. 13.15 – 14.00 Law, Prof. Phillip Griffith, Studying Law at an Australian University Professor Law, University of Technology Sydney. 14.00 – 14.45 psychology Ms. Josephine Rant, Broad Options to Apply your Psychological Study, Manager, Australian Education Centre Surabaya, 14.45 – 15.30. multimedia and design, Mr. Gregory A Bondar, Raffles La-Salle Institute, 15.30 – 16.15, Trainings for Tourism and Hospitality Industry , Mr. Jim Hogan ,Indonesian Representative, Le Cordon Bleu. 16.15 – 17.00. student visa information, Department of Immigration Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs (DIMIA), Australian Embassy, Jakarta, 17.00 – 17.45, International English language Testing system (IELTS), IDP Education Australia  – Pondok Indah. Sunday, 8 June 2003. 12.30 – 14.30 debate performances, Facilitated by: Association for Critical Thinking (ACT) Performed by: SMU 34, Kanisius, SMUK 1, SMU Al Izhar – Jakarta. 14.30 – 15.15 Your Life – Your Career – Why Limit your Options in Hospitality?, Mr. Ian Redman, International College of Hotel Management (ICHM). 15.15 – 16.00 design, Ms Bronte Neyland, Introduction to Various Design Disciplines, Associate Manager – Marketing, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT). 16.00 – 16.45 International English language Testing system (IELTS), Indonesia Australia Language Foundation (IALF). 16.00 – 16.45 scholarships information, Tony Mitchener Counsellor, Department of Education, Science & Training (DEST) and AusAid ,Australian Embassy, Jakarta. The fair will feature many other different activities.

E005 hot10, 7+8/6  12.00-19.00


     FILM         back to top

F001 Festival Sinema Perancis (EFR)

The French film festival consists of several fantastic workshops, programs, seminars and film screenings. From May 31 until June 9, 22 French films will be shown in Jakarta at 4 different theatres. For exact information please visit the website www.sinemaperancis.com Programs: official opening May 29. (by invitation only) / Workshop on Sound and Sound illustrations for Film, June 2-4 , IKJ Faculty IKJ , 9.00-17.00/ Seminare on the world of video and Piracy. June 3, Meridien Hotel, 9.30-17.30/ Closing Ceremony (by invitation only), June 8, Tim GBB. 19.00/ Film Competition .For the film competition there will be 10 participating movies. 12 prizes include public awards and Press Awards. Forms for public voting will be distributed at the different movie theatres. Final Awards will be announced on June 8, Tim GBB, 19.00. The 22 movies are: 18 ans après by Coline Serreau; Ah ! Si j’étais riche by Michel Butz & Gérard Bitton; Aime ton père Jacob berger; Balzac et la petite tailleuse chinoise by Dai Sijie; Blanche by Bernie Bonvoisin; C’est le Bouquet! By Jeanne Labrune; Décalage Horaire by Danièle Thompson; Embrassez qui vous voudrez by Michel Blanc; Filles perdues, cheveux gras Claude Duty; L’Adversaire by Nicole Garcia; L’Homme du Train Patrice leconte; La Fleur du Mal by Claude Chabrol; La Turbulence des Fluides anon Briand ; Laissez-Passer by Bertrand Tavernier; Le Boulet by Alain Berberian; Le Pianiste by Roman Polanski; Monsieur N by Antoine de Gaunes; Peau d’ange by Vincent Perez; Petites Coupures  by Pascal Bonitzer; Quelqu’un de bien – by Patrick Timsit; Requiem by Hervé Renoh; Taxi 3 by Gérard Krawczyk. The French fim festival will also feature shows in Denpasar, Surabaya, malang, Lampung, Medan, Bandung, Yogyakarta, Semarang and Balikpapan

F001 aud15, 31/5-8/6, mt01, 3-9/6, mt02, 3-9/6, mt03, 3-9/6


F002 Swiss Sensations Month at kineDUA8 – Galeri Manca (jak/ESUI)

Friday 13/6, A Little Color by Patricia Plattner (2002, 94 min) A drama comedy about Christelle, a young and beautiful hairdresser. After 18 years she has had enough of her abusive husband and finally summons the courage to leave him. She finds refuge at the dilapidated Galaxy motel and is offered a job by the spirited owner Mona. Tentatively, Christelle builds a new life and with the help of handsome truck driver Lucien she even restores the hotel back to its former glory. Now it is up to Christelle to shake off the demons of her past and to start trusting and loving again. Friday 20/6, Escape to Paradise by Nino jacusso (2001/90 min). A film featuring the issue of the refugees politics in Switzerland. A Kurdish family from Turkey –Sehmuz, his wife and three children –has saved themselves by escaping from Turley to Switzerland. They are temporarily lodged in the asylum centre, together with refugees from Africa and East Europe.. The funny side of everyday life despite their scars and nightmares is shown. However, their fates do not sound genuine enough for the asylum authorities. Sehmuz buys a new biography with forged documents. He laboriously learns by heart with the help of his children. Yet, at the decisive interview he can no longer remember the whether in Izmir. Friday 27/6, War photographer by Christian Frei (2001/96 min) The film: Every minute I was there, I wanted to flee. I did not want to see this. Would I cut and run, or would I deal with the responsibility of being there with the camera? (James Nachtwey). A documentary by Swiss author, director and producer Christian Frei about the daily routine, dedication, motivation and fears of James Nachtwey, a photographer who captures the tragically happenings around the world and in Indonesia. The Balkans and Palestine with his camera, using special micro cameras attached to James Nachtwey’s photo camera. We hear every breath of the photographer. For the first time in history of movies about photographers, this technique allowed an authentic insight into the work of a concerned photo journalist.

f002 gal14, 13+20+27/6  19.00


F003 Max Havelaar, film by Fons Rademakers (EH)

Actors: Peter Faber, Sacha Bulthuis, Rutger Hauer, Rima Melati, after the famous novel by Multatuli. (Eduard Douwes Dekker). The Film of Max Havelaar takes place on Java, in the province of Lebak. It has been shot in one of the most beautiful landscaped of Indonesia. A complete reconstruction of an epoch, a way of life, and of attitudes prevalent in colonial times. Max Havelaar published as a novel in 1860, has lost nothing of its tragedy or of its activity.

CC01, 28/6 13.30 & 17.00



    LITERATURE           back to top   

L001A  Der Indianer von St. Gallen (jak/ESUI)

‘Der Indianer von St. Gallen is part of a combined exhibition presented by the Embassy of Switzerland and the British Council in cooperation with JakArt at the Ak.’sa.ra Bookstore, Jl. Kemang Raya no. 8b, Jakarta 12730. Official opening of the exhibition will take place on Friday June 13 (20.00 hrs, by invitation only) Der Indianer von St. Gallen is an exhibition of the Handwritting and Paintings of Georg Franz Muller (1646-1723) – These Manuscripts are kept at the Benedict Abby of St. Gallen (Unesco WOrld Heritage) asTreasures of the Midieval ages.  Georg Franz Muller’s journey via South Africa to Indonesia where he lived as a VOC soldier for 13 years. His experience during an 11 month trip to Batavia & his stay in South Asia (1669-1682).

L001A sho01, 13-28/6 (op 13/6) 10.00 – 21.00


L002B  Golden Letters, a photographic exhibition of 10 royal Indonesian letters and manuscripts from the British Library selected by Annabel Gallop  (jak/BC)

Golden Letters is part of a combined exhibition presented by the Embassy of Switzerland, the British Council in cooperation with JakArt at the Ak.’sa.ra Bookstore, Jl. Kemang Raya no. 8b, Jakarta 12730. Official opening of the exhibition will take place on Friday June 13 (20.00 hrs, by invitation only). Ms. Annabel Gallop, the curator of The British Embassy, will give presentation on a topic related to the Exhibition during the opening. On September 22, 1991, the doors of the National Library of Indonesia opened to “Golden Letters”, a photographic exhibition of royal Indonesian letters and manuscripts from British Collections. This Joint British Council-British Library exhibition was conseived with two main aims: to celebrate more than four centuries of contact between Britain and Indonesia, and to pay tribute to the richness and variety of writing traditions of Indonesia. Under the auspices of the Department of tourism, Post and Telecommunications, this exhibition went on to tour Indonesia for a period of more than two years. A selection of 10 images for “Golden Letters” from an era when the artistic creativity of the letter writer was almost as important as the content of the letters themselves. The letters are: (1785) Letter from Sultan Kaicil nuku of Tidore to the English Governor in Bengkulu,  (1802) Letter from the Sultan Muhammad Yasin of Ternate to the British Commissioner in Ambon, (1811) Open letter from T.S. Raffles in Melaka to the rulers of Java, (1811) Letter from Ratu Gusti Wayahan Karang Asem to T.S. Raffles, (1814) Letter from Sultan Syarif Kasim of Pontianak to T.S. Raffles in Batavia, (1811) Letter from Sultan Mahmud Syah of Johore and Pahang to T.S. Raffles in Batavia, (1811) Letter from Engku Sayid Muhammed Zain al-Kudsi of Lingga to T.S. Raffles, (1816), Letter from Sultan Cakra Adiningrat of Madura to T.S. Raffles, (1815) Letter from Susuhunan Paku Buwana IV os Surakarta to T.S. Raffles, (1816) Letter from Panembahan Nata of Kusuma of Sumenep, Madura to T.S.Raffles

L002B sho01, 13-28/6 (op 13/6)  

                        MUSIC           back to top

M001 and M001W            The Bill Heid trio featuring Bill Heid, Patrick O’Leary, Micheal Petrosino (jak/ EUSA)

Keyboardist/ vocalist Bill Heid, a native from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has performed throughout World. He led his own groups as well as played with such artists as Jimmy Ponder, Bruce Foreman, Grant Green, Sonny Stitt and David “Fathead” Newman, and with blues artists including Son Seals, Jimmy Witherspoon, John Lee Hooker, Fenton Robinson, Ko Ko Taylor, and Roy Buchanan. In Detroit in the late 1980s through the 1990s, Heid performed and recorded with blues legends Johnnie Basset, Joe Weaver and Alberta Adams. Heid has appeared at the Monterey Jazz Festival and his blues and jazz piano and Hammond Organ keyboard work has been heard on European and American television programs  including NBC’s Dateline. His recordings are on the Muse/Westside, Black Magic, Fedora, and Savant Labels. Bassist and bass guitarist Patrick O’Leary, born in Buffalo. New York, studied piano and bass at Potsdam State University’s Crane School of Music, where he received a bachelor’s degree. He has toured  with the Lionel Hampton Orchestra, the Illinois Jacquet Orchestra, the Hal Galper Trio and Teri Thornton. Other leading artists with whom O’Leary has played include saxophonist Lee Konitz, Joe Lovano, and James Moody, pianist Marian McPartland, trombonist and conch shell artist Steve Turré, vocalist Joe Williams and Marlena Shaw, vocalist/pianist Diane Krall and Bob Dorough. Drummer Michael Petrosino, a native of Auburn, began his professional career at the age of eighteen, playing gigs in the Toledo, Ohio, and Detroit, Michigan metropolitan areas. He has performed with such entertainers as The Fifth Dimension, Lou Rawls, Ben Vereen, The Temptations, and Gladys Knight, Jeannie Bryson, Rick Margitza and Gerry Allen, Bruce Barth, Xavier Davis, Joe Barbato and Randy Johson, to name a few.

M001 at gov02 (bio), 22/6  20.30, the10, 24/6 20.00, uni18, 25/6 19.00, cc01, 26/6 19.30, clu06, 27/6 19.30 M001W sch14, 23/6 17.00


M002   Soesja Citroen and her piano trio featuring Berend van de Berg, Ruud Ouwehand and Joost Kesselaar. (jak/ENL/EH)

Soesja Citroen, vocalist, Featuring: Berend van de Berg, piano, Ruud Ouwehand, bass, Joost Kesselaar, drums. Soesja Citroen started her career in 1979. She soon became very well known in Dutch jazzclubs and theaters . She performed at the North Sea Jazz Festival, 1981, for the first time. She did radioshows with the Metropole Orchestra and won second prize at the Knokke Songfestival. She has recorded many albums. In 1980 “To Build” featuring Willem Breuker, 1981 “Good enough for Jazz” with Nico Bunink and 1982 “Key Largo” with Cees Slinger and Buck Hill. In 1983 “Soesja Citroen sings Thelonious Monk” was released. In 1985 “Angel Eyes” with the Metropole Orchestra conducted by Rogier van Otterloo. “Soesja sings Fred Astaire” (1987) “along with Soesja in Silk” (1989), a beautiful ballad-cd conducted by Robert Farnon, and the band-album “Shall we Dance”.  In 1986 playing at the Yatra Jazz Festival in New Delhi and Bombay was one of the special highlights in Soesja’s career. In 1993 she performed in the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York. On “Soesja Citroen Band Live” (1991) Soesja proves that she’s not only a great singer of ballads but also a wild woman on stage ‘when the spirit moves her’. In 1994 “Here and Now” was released followed by a tv-show in Ljubljana. In 1996 Soesja performed successfully again at the North Sea Jazz Festival and produced the CD “Songs for Lovers and Losers” featuring Louis van Dijk and Hein Van de Geyn. The German jazz-magazine JazzPodium called Soesja an European Top Jazz-singer and the American jazz-magazine, Jazz Times, called her absolutely sensational.  In 1997 “Yesterdays” was released, a compilation of her three albums with the Metropole Orchestra. And finally in 1998 Soesja recorded the cd “Song for Ma”, an autobiographical cd featuring Michael Moore on clarinet. In 1999 the Canadian jazz-magazine CADENCE called the cd superb and wrote that Citroen deserves recognition as a composer, and Jazz Times wrote: “Dutch vocalist and songwriter Citroen shows herself a formidable composer”.

M002 pub27, 29/6 20.00


M003   ‘100 ABG Babu’ by Slamet Abdul Syukur and 100 teenagers from Jakarta playing kentongan. (jak)

25 min of contemporary music by Slamet Abdul Sjukur 
The award winning Indonesian musician and composer Slamet Abdul Sjukur has gathered one hundred teenagers from all over Jakarta and together they will be making music with bamboo. Following six hours practice, and a one day general rehearsal, each kid will play a kentongan (blue bamboo) in a first time public performance. Satu hari gladi gatel (3/4 hours) dan besoknya langsung mejeng. Slamet Abdul Sjukur simply and humorously outlines his biograhy as: “Composer with a lot of different jobs.” 
Teacher of ‘Mandala’ Kinder-Garten in Surabaya, Lecturer for the Magister Program (S-2) in STSI (Sekolah Tinggi Seni Indonesia) Surakarta etc. History: Head of Jakarta Arts Comittee Head of the Indonesian Composers Association. “Got fired from the Jakarta Institute of Art and Suara Surabaya FM.” Received Awards: Golden Record of l’Academie Charles Cros, France; L’Officier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, France and from the Millenium Hall of Fame at the American Biographical Institute. Also received the: Medaille Commemorative Zoltan Kodaly, Hungary.His scores and recordings are conserved in: SACEM/ Societe d’Authors, Compositeurs et Editeurs de Musique, Paris; CDMC/ Centre de Documentation de Musiques Contemporaines, Paris; ARION recording publishers, Paris; Radio Nederland WERELD OMROEP, Hilversum; and AMERICAN GAMELAN INSTITUTE, California, USA 
He also produces and publishes CD’s for his friends.

M003 pub27, 29/6 17.00 hrs


M004   Miwako Fukushi + Gamelan Bumbung, Traditional Japanese and Indonesian Folk music performed by Miwako Fukushi and Fumiko Tashiro, I Ketut Sujadnya, I WayanWindia, I Made Suta, I Wayan Sudayasa, I Wayan Radjin. (jak/EJAP) 
Was born in Japan, and started learning piano when she was 4 years old with an English Piano teacher, Mr. Ronald Cavaye and a Hungarian pianist Mr. Varelia Szervansky. Her debute was at the age of 10 in North Japan, Tohoku. She won various competitions in Japan, such as the third prize for the Junior Piano Competition in 1978, second for the North Japan Piano Competition in 1979, and first in 1984 for the Young Pianist competition in Japan. In 1985 she went to Hungary and enrolled at the famous Franz Liszt Music Academy under guidance from Prof. Nador Gyorgy for piano and Prof. Harvath Aniko for harpsichord; upon graduating from that academy in 1990, she actively performed in Budapest, Hungary. She also participated at the International Baroque Music Festival in 1987 in Sopron, Hungary playing solo harpsichord and many other festivals in Hungary. She is also an active member of the Franz Liszt Academy Chamber Music, performing classical pieces from baroque to contemporary music. At this moment she is working with a new method for teaching children piano in a more creative way, especially traditional Japanese music.  The method was used by children, their mothers, and young teachers, and received positive responses, and next year she will launch a book on this method. Miwako performs at least 30 concerts yearly in Japan. The Program she performs is not only classical music but also pop and jazz.  Since her return to Indonesia (2002) she participated in ‘Pendidikan Musik Klasik Bagi Anak Indonesia’ ( Classical studies for Indonesian Children), and performed in schools and outdoors in kampungs. Besides being a pianist, she actively gives guidance to Japanese women who want to live abroad or in Indonesia about adaptation and other problems. So Miwako constantly stays in touch with children either as a professional pianist or as a board advisor. Miwako is very skilled in playing Rachmaninoff, Liszt, and Schumann´s romantic pieces. Nonetheless the Bach´s pieces that she plays are fascinating, because of her acute analysis and heartfelt performance

M004 fco01, 21/6 20.00, the10, 23/6 20.00, org01, 24/6 20.00


M005            “Classical Music Recital”  by the students of the International Music Foudation. (jak/YMI)
The International Music Foundation, founded on June 5th 1992 in Jakarta, is a social institution which moves in music development and appreciation in Indonesia. This foundation build the Jakarta International Music School to improve the quality of music in Indonesia and supports the Masyarakat Musik Kamar Jakarta to expand the music art. The Jakarta International Music School gives music education that can stimulate esthetical sensitivity of the young generation, while Masyarakat Musik Kamar Jakarta was founded to raise the society’s appreciation about chamber music.  The board of directors are pianist Pudjiwati Insia M. Effendi and vionist IG Bagus Wiswakarma. The “Classical Music Recital” is performed by 10 students of the foundation consisting of Indonesian, Korean, and Japanese children ranging from 6 to 15 years old. The children will play the clarinet, piano, violin, and flute instruments. The students of International Music Foundation will perform only June 8 at the Galeri Nasional.

M005 gal10, 8/6


M006            Reinkarnasi, Acoustic Guitar and Balinese percussion by Ghita and I Ketut Budiyasa. (jak)

Ghita was born in Roma, Italy, 26th of july 1962, and is the son of Trisutji Kamal, well known Indonesian composer and pianist. In 1968 he moved to Binjei, North Sumatra, and lived with his grand father. His Grand father was a respected Doktor and owner of the Binjei Hospital.
His grandfather also played the violin and with his guidance Ghita enrolled in the Yamaha Kesawan, Medan, to study guitar. From 1976 until 1978 he lived in Jakarta with his mother.After that he moved to Padang to finish his basic Guitar studies. After finishing his formal studies he moved to Portland Oregon, to continue his music studies at the Portland State University. (1987 – 1997) During this time he performed with many different rock bands. Presently he lives in Jakarta and performs with his own band called Reinkarnasi. Reinkarnasi was formed in 1998 and features many different musicians. 
They performed at several local clubs in Bandung, Kampung Daun, and on many occasions in Jakarta. 
Their music is Atmospheric and peaceful. Balinese percussionist, I Ketut Budiyasa started studying Balinese Traditional Music and Dance at an early age. He is very active in many Balinese musical performances in Jakarta and is a member of The Saraswati Balinese Dance and Music Company founded by I Gusti Kompyang Raka. In 1990 with the Balinese Culture Group, they jointly performed in Kumamoto Japan. In 1995 he became a member of Trisutji Kamal Ensemble, since then performing in Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Rome, Marseille, Paris and Athens.

M006 sho01, 13/6 21.30


M008 and M008W   Swing Works, the Ronald Douglas Quartet featuring Rob van Kreeveld, Marius Beets, Peter Ypma and Ronald Douglas. (jak/ENL/EH)

Featuring Ronald Douglas, Vocals, Rob van Kreeveld, piano, Marius Beets, Bass, Peter Ypma, Drums 
The Ronald Douglas quartet will perform several works from his latest CD: Swing Works, released by by Munich Records, Wageningen Holland. (www.munichrecords.com). Ronald Douglas recalls his passion for music from his earliest years. He agrees, to take you back to the middle of the 60’s, to the house in The Hague where Ronald grew up and where music always filled the living room. The family loved music; father and mother Douglas had an extensive record collection mostly from the famous ‘‘Great American Songbook’’. And of course jazz. The radio and record player produced sounds and rhythms all the time and impressed the little boy. This created the foundation for his musical taste today. “Mel Tormé, Matt Monro, Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett; and of course Jim Reeves” Ronald Douglas says. “They have become my lifetime heroes. I got to know their songs in our living room and after a while I could sing them almost word for word, even at that age. Just like the hits of Doris Day, Rosemary Clooney, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Hildegard Knef and Nancy Wilson. Their music, their voices, shades and intonations have become an important part of me. They have partly shaped my musical inner life.” Just a swing controls his musical heartbeat since then. 
M008    Swing Works, the Ronald Douglas Quartet featuring Rob van Kreeveld, Marius Beets, Peter Ypma and Ronald Douglas. (jak/ENL/EH)

M008 clu08, 9/6 21.00, cc01, 10/9 19.30, pub27, 12/6 20.00, mil03, 13/6 10.00, the04, 14/6 20.00 and a workshop M008W sch15, 11/6 15.00


M009            Anggun and Guest Stars featuring “Housy” Galleon, Julien Cely and Cyno (CCF)

Anggun inviting upcoming Star “Housy” GALLEON, the Talented JULIEN CELY and the Amazing Indonesian Cyber Techno Group CYNO. This concert is organized by the Centre Culturel Français. 
Anggun Cipta Sasmi, born in Jakarta April 29th, 1974, started in entertainment when she was 7 years old. She succeeded to gain several achievements and quickly became South East Asia’ star for music lovers known as “Lady Rocker”. In 1995, Anggun moved to Paris and found the comfort and richness of the French language: “I feel there is a similarity between French and Indonesian in the use of metaphor.In 1997, she produced her new album “Anggun”, a mix music of pop, hip-hop and world music in which some of the tracks are sung in both languages. Following her success, she returned in 2000 with her new song: “Desires Contraires”, and recorded a movie soundtrack “Open Heart”. 
Being known in the international music world (Disque D’Or in Italy, Platina in Indonesia), Anggun totally is accepted in the French music community and her presence is always eagerly awaited.

M009 aud15, 16/6 20.00


M011   Jazz Night organized by the Jakarta Jazz Society (JJS) in cooperation with Bimasena

The Jakarta jazz Society was set up by Mr. Firman L. Soebardjo and Ms. Yulida Baharsan and Mr. Asrim kasmir in August 2000. Previously established as Himpunan Penggemar Musik Jazz Indonesia by the late Indra Malaon.  The goal of the founders was to interest young musicians to love jazz and to motivate them to follow their senior masters and to keep jazz going. There are many young talented musicians I Indonesia who deserve a chance to perform and to grow their abilities. 
The Jakarta Jazz Society organizes events on every last Friday of the month in cooperation with Bimasena. One of the highlights sofar was when they payed a tribute to pianist Nik Mamahit who recently became 80 years old. The theme of this event was  “wine jazz and dance” The JJS has featured 4 very successful nights sofar and is now preparing for Friday June 27: An evening with the Bill Heid trio and special guest violinist from Poland: Adam Baldych.

M011 clu06, 27/6


M013   Ireng Maulana & Friends (PTIMPRO)

Ireng maulana. A self taught musician, his career started at the age 15th (1960), as a singer and a pop guitarist.  In 1964 he was sent to the New York World’s Fair, and while there followed a course  in classical guitar. In 1965  he studied classical and composition in Koningklijke Conservatorium in The Hague, Holland for 3 years. He returned to Jakarta in 1968 and began building his career  by doing studio work and taking jobs in night clubs, recording & playing Pop music & Jazz Concert.
In 1972 he began teaching, and joined the ERA “YAMAHA MUSIC FOUNDATION”. 
In 1974 he was sent by the Government to the USA to continue his study in Classical.guitar at the Peabody Conservatory of Music,  Baltimore, Maryland, USA. Returning to Jakarta in 1978 he became a teacher for classical guitar at TIM (The Jakarta Arts Centre). Late 1978, he became a Principal of the Yamaha School. His activity became more and more Jazz  influenced and through making concerts, seminar, and shows he became more influencial. His own band is a Jazz Band called “Ireng Maulana All Stars”. He also established his own association called ” Ireng Maulana Associates “. His studio activity produces a lot of cassette (L.P.’S). From 1982 to 1996 he was very active in the music business, producing recording, doing shows, private parties, television program, radio programmes, and concerts, and has now become one of indonesia’s best and most famous musicians. His music related business has expanded into an agency involvinging artist management, sales and rental of sound and musical instruments, organizing campus programs, touring shows, sending groups abroad for festivals, and inviting groups to come to Indonesia. Other notable acheivements by this remarkable musician include: 1983 Participated the Singapore International Jazz festival. 1985 Northsea jazz festival, The Hague, Holland. He is the Founder and Organiser of the Jakarta International Jazz Festival  ( JAK JAZZ ) 1988, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, attended by more than 40 groups  from more than 20 countries.

M013 clu03, 2,9,16,23/6, mal08, 6,13,20,27/6, clu09, 3,10,17,24/6


M014   Musik Akustik by KEMSIK KAMEL, Kelompok Pemusik Kampung Melayu – musicians from Kampung Melayu. (jak)

Street performers around the Bus terminal in Kampung Melayu had a dream that their live should be different and would like to get more respect through their music. It was not easy for them, remembering that their level of education is not sufficient. On February 14, 2001 they decided to be more serious and formed the group known as KEMSIK KAMEL. An abbreviation of Srteet Musician from Kampung Melayu, in East Jakarta.Since then they have been performing in various places in . University. Not only did they take part in competition, they also had won several commendations.

They group performs using acoustic instruments, combined with percussion. The present local folk music and their own composition.

M014, pub30, 1/6 14.00, res05, 7/6 12.00, mal15, 13/6 15.00, mal11, 15/6 12.00, fco06, 15/6 17.00, mal01, 16/6 15.00, mil01, 20/6 13.00, pub27, 21/6 17.00, off10, 22/6 15.00, pub30, 22/6 20.30


M015   El Vocation, Indonesian Pop Rock (jak)

This group was established on the 20th of March 2000. The band Features 
Rudy Rinaldy, Rhythm Guitar and leader of the group, Chairul Anwarl, Melody Guitar, Abdul Harris, Melody Guitar, Hendri Thamrin, Percussion and Ade Gamgolo, Contra Bass. 
Rudy started the group of street musicians with the objective to prove street musicians can also be not only good but professional. He gathers the same musicians that would play in the buses and terminals to perform in a very a different type of environment, such as the fancy Hotels and bars. They play a form of Indonesian, Pop / Rock.  The operate out of their kampung:  Pondok Bambu, Gang Asem No.10 Kampung Melayu, Jakarta Timur. Andto date have worked at Hotel Maharaja, Hotel Imperial, Restauran Laufan, Hotel Central, Batavia Café, and many other places besides.

M015, mal11, 14/6 17.00, fco07, 20/6 19.00


M016   Noen band, Alternative pop Rock Music for music lovers. (jak)

The band was formed on November 9th 2001 in Jakarta. Based on the English term “no end”, the band aims to perform with maximum and endless effort. Since its formation, the band focuses on song material creation and demonstration recordings. nOEn is based on the personels’ vision and mission resemblance in performing either from the musical perspective or the materials they play. nOEn plays alternative pop rock music which they hope the music lovers in Indonesia can enjoy. Following the vast development of music industry, nOEn tries to offer a different music concept than the dominant pop and rock music that now exists They plan to play 11 of their own music and 6 other well-known songs. For them, to participate in JakArt is wilful for JakArt is a massive event in the height of Jakarta’s anniversary. This event involves numerous artists which will benefit the band to exchange ideas, to learn Jakarta’s culture, and as a foundation to introduce their works.

M016 pub31, 7/6 12.00, fco07, 19/6 19.00


M017   Adam baldych, young Jazz violinist from Poland (jak/EPL)

Adam “Virus” Baldych was born in 1986, and began playing violin in 1995. At 12 years of age he won the “all-Polish Violin Contest”  playing classical music. His interest in jazz started three years ago, when he first made contact with  the “Small Jazz Academy” organised in Gorzów by Jazz Club “Pod Filarami”. Today he has played not only with many polish jazz musicians, but with famous international jazz names such as: Luluk Purwanto and The Helsdingen Trio featuring Billy Cobham, Didier L’abbe and others. Six mounths ago he made his first recording: “Hotel Nadmorski”, with his “Up to Date” Group.  He is inspired by: Joe Zawinul, Scot Henderson, and Miles Davis. As a Graduate of the “Small Jazz Academy” Adam Baldych and his group ” Up to date”, received the second award in The International Jazz Competition ” Jazz Juniors” in Krakow. Adam also took the first prize at the National Jazz Competition “Sax Club in Gdynia“, was winner of the prize ” The Key to the Career ” during the XXVIII Porska Jazz Autumn , and received the third prize in the “National Violionist Competition” in Poznañ . The Small Jazz Academy was established in 1985 in Gdañsk and was associated with the Northern Branch of the Polish Jazz Association .In it’s first years the academy functioned in many cities, mainly in the Pomorze Region.. Due to the economic recession many of the schools had to close. Only the Academy in Gorzów Wlkp.,managed to survive where lectures have been continuously conducted since April 1986. The organizer of The Small Jazz Academy is Mr. Bogus³aw Dziekañski, The Managing Director of Jazz Club ” Pod Filarami “. The objective are: the aesthetical education, cultural development and development of general interests in music and rhythm for children and teenagers. The programme of The Small Jazz Acadamy includes 2 yearly educational  cycles. The first year includes: rhythm, improvisation, blues, acoustic jazz instruments, arranging and Singing (work songs to modern).  The second year includes: the world’s rhythms, jazz and folk music, the violin, improvisation with synthesizers, the use of computer in music, new trends: Rap, Hip-Hop, Acid Jazz. The students of each educational cycle are primarily pupils from 5th and 6th grades of primary school but also includes kids from kinder-gardens and university students. Yearly there are about 2400 children from 19 primary schools and the music school in Gorzów Wlkp, Kostrzyñ, S³ubice, Witnica, from village schools in Ró¿anki and Kamieñ Ma³y and from the kindergarden in Nowiny Wielkie. In total there are 2200 students graduating from the Small Jazz Academy. The Lecturers include musicians and theorists amongst 50 of the most famous polish and foreign jazz players. The Small Jazz Academy is sponsored by: TV BET International (USA) Foundation The Gift of Jazz z Denver (USA), Polish Culture Foundation and the Stefan Batory Foundation  (Poland) .Adam Baldych will perform as a Guest star With ireng Maulana, the Bill Heid Trio, the Nial Djuliarso Trio and as a soloist.

M017 Mal08, 20/6 18.00, clu09, 24/6 19.30, clu06, 27/6 19.30, Gal20, 29/6 16.00, Clu08, 30/6 21.00


M018 and M018W            The Joona Toivanen trio            , Jazz from Finland featuring Joona Toivanen, Tapani Toivanen, Olavi Louhivuori. Student’s experience exchange (jak/EFI) 
Supported by the Embassy of Finland, Organized by Australia Northern Europe Liaisons in cooperation with JakArt. The Trio plays fresh, intelligent, modern and versatile jazz comprising mostly of their own songs. Active since 1997, the trio´s music is considered lyrical and elegant but also strongly individual and daring. The ambitious and young threesome has performed their modern jazz based compositions at various Finnish jazz festivals, EU’s 1. Jazz Festival in Athens, Greece, Tallinn International Festival Jazzkaar, Estonia and Umeå Jazz Festival, Sweden. The trio was representing Finland in the Avignon European Jazz Competition in France in 2000. Later that year they shared the first prize in “Nordisk Talentlansering” (competition for young Scandinavian jazz musicians) in Reykjavik, Iceland. 
Joona Toivanen trio has been touring in Finland, Sweden and Norway and got excellent critics from each concert. They have also got several local and national awards.  Their debut CD Numurkah has been released in the Jyväskylä Summer Jazz Festival in Finland in June 2000. The CD was chosen to be a “jazz-CD of the month” by Finnish Broadcasting Company, Radio Mafia. Joona Toivanen (born May 25, 1981) started to play the piano at the age of seven. He has been studying jazz piano at The Finnish Conservatory in Jyväskylä for seven years. Toivanen was awarded The Friends of Swing scholarship for a young and talented musician in 1999. He composes for his trio and other line-ups. Tapani Toivanen (born Nov 10, 1982), Joona´s brother, has also studied at The Finnish Conservatory in Jyväskylä. He has played bass since 1996. He is considered one of the most promising young bassists in Finland. Olavi Louhivuori (born Jul 13, 1981) has been studying drums at The Finnish Conservatory in Jyväskylä since 1996. This talented percussionist is behind the drum kit and percussions in several jazz ensembles and an ethnic group, where he also sings. He composes for the trio and other line-ups. Currently he’s studying with Jukkis Uotila.

M018 fco01, 19/6 20.00, cc01, 21/6 19.30, clu08, 23/6 21.00, the04, 24/6 20.00, the10, 25/6 20.00 and M018W sch14, 25/6 10.00


M019 Dis’BoOet, techno Etnic Music.

The Meeting of the Ballad singer, Oet Eno, and the programmer, Bo, has led to one concept combining the down-to-earth soul of ballads and the high-tech sounds of techno music and the ethereal ethnics. Oet Eno was formerly vocalist of the group “Pals”, and had already released a techno album in 1998 on Musica, Warner Music Indonesia. Bo, formerly a assistant teacher in Australian International School in Jakarta, is roaming Jakarta’s music scene with his electrical compositions, jamming and performing with seniors like Eko Partitur of DISKUS, Moussa Dialo and Suso from Canada, and Umacon, a percussion group in Austria, (enough to get cigarettes and beers). 
Together they gathered some musician friends and combined each individual style including ethnical, rock and funk. Ivel is one of them. Ivel is a bit bored with drums lately, he can’t help it to touch tabla, the mother of drums. Then there are Franky and Sentot who are into jazz and rock. And so Dis’ BoOet was formed in November 2002.

M019 com33, 4/6


M023   Fusion Night with Co-P (jak), Fusion Jazz from Indonesia

Featuring: Dimas A. Soeryoputro, Pemimpin dan Pemain Gitar Nilon Akustik, Barry Likumahuwa, Bass, Doni Y. Joesran, Keyboard, Andre Dinuth, Gitar Listrik, Tri Alexander, Vokalis, Mery Kasiman, Keyboard.   “co-P” (read : Kopi), derived from the word “contemporary-Parts”; music that give listeners the taste of contemporary jazz,  easy for listening and not too complicated.  There are elements of pop, classical and rock music inserted in their music. It started in year 2000 when Dimas, leader of a fusion-jazz group, met a friend guitarist whom together performed at the regular Monday Jazz Gig at Pasar Festival.  During that time, the jazz scene was still in the doldrums and more so represented by the older and senior musicians who are perceived to be serious and more mainstream.  It was then also exhilarating to find these two young jazz musicians representing a genre that is not traditionally related to youth.  They noticed by Ireng Maulana, the Senior Jazz Musician who initiated this Monday event and he motivated them to form a  more serious Jazz Group.  In early 2001 Dimas formed “co-P”, a group which represents young people who are professional and skilled. This group focused on Contemporary Jazz music. Their debut album called “Blue Lines” is comprised of 10 songs. 9 songs were composed by Dimas and one by Glenn Dauna.  The music is arranged by “co-P” , and all the songs are in English. The music refers to the international music appetite and atmosphere. The album veers into easy listening, and streams in the mode of  Fourplay and  Al Jarreau, the media quoted.  “co-P” has recently finalized music for their second album which will soon be released, inspired by a nu-jazz atmosphere. “co-P” group main aim is to support  Jazz locally,  so that everyone: young and old can enjoy and understand Jazz Music, and at same time they intend to go international through World Class Jazz festivals and Contests.

M023 cc01, 5/6 19.30, fco01, 20.00, clu08, 10/6 21.00


M024 “Demi Cinta SMESTA”, neo progressive Rock (jak)

Smesta (it is not “semesta”) became active as a band in 1996 but adopted their present identity in 1997. With their natural capability they built the band as a combination between protons and neutrons to become an Atom.  Music is ‘ungkapan’, meaning ‘honesty’.  Without intelligence it is hardly possible to make “unkapan “ and for “Smesta“ music is totally about honesty. An Aesthetic can never exist when feeling is ignored in a production.  Smesta’s music is clearly Rock, but sometimes includes Heavy Metal and slow music. They can change the measure easily in one number, measure can be from 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 6/8 until 9/8. Their overall sound is a mixture between modern and vintage, occasionally using ethnic sounds. They use nuansa sapacy, control chord, inverse, sincope, ritme baet non mainstream. One song consists of many parts. In every performance Smesta always presents their theatrical concept. They have produced and released two indy albums for the market which were well received judging from the high sales figures. They have participated in several events : 1997 : Forum Komunikasi Music Indonesia, 1998 : Reforms stage in Tim, celebration of May 12 tragedy in Trisakti, 2000 : Recording, 2001 : Press Conference in Classic Rock Café and also the first release of Indy album +/- 100 CDs totally content four songs. Guest Star in first Indonesian Progressive Festival ( by Progressive Society ) in Bale Ayer Senayan, Smesta return to  release the second indy album was sold +/- 250 CDs. live on Air in Radio S 107,9 FM in Tenda Semanggi, Opening Band : God Bless, The Rollies, Gang Pegangsaan in Barbados café, 2002 : Progressive Nite by Progressive Society, first stage of PRJ with Elpamas, JakArt @ 2003 Festival in Ancol. Smesta Multi Discipline, Finalist of Audition Rock Competition in Hard Rock Texas, USA, but cancelled the flight because of bureaucratic delays. In JakArt @ 2003 Festival Smesta will perform 4 (four ) times.

M024 pub31, 7/6 19.30, pub30, 8/6 13.00, res05, 15/6 19.00, pub27, 28/6 19.00


M025 “Today for Tomorrow”, Nial Djuliarso Trio with special Guest: Adam Baldych (jak)

Born in Jakarta, Indonesia on February 5, 1981, Nial began playing the piano at the age of three. He graduated from high school in Chattanooga, TN, USA in 1999 and enrolled at Berklee College of Music in the fall of that year, where he was awarded a full-scholarship. Nial was the winner of the 2001 and 2002 Hilton Head Jazz Society Scholarship competition in South Carolina, USA. As is the case with every yearly summer break in college this year the young Djuliarso made plans to visit Indonesia, amongst others, and on its way to his hometown Jakarta, he will pass thru Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Singapore, where a series of performances and workshops/clinics have been set up in collaboration with local jazz musicians, and music dept’s of universities. He plans to arrive in Jakarta on June 23rd and plans to leave Indonesia on July 23rd. During this period, he will take part in several musical performances, conduct interviews (for radio, press and TV) in the following cities, Jakarta, Bandung, Jogya, Denpasar (Bali). “The jazz bug hit me that night!!” … said the young Nial Djuliarso, after experiencing the Pat Metheny Group live in concert in Jakarta in 1996. This should be the turning point in his life, afterwhich he was unwaveringly focused to become a jazz professional. Student pianist Nial Djuliarso cites jazz greats Red Garland, Wynton Kelly, and Oscar Peterson as his primary influences. This is his fourth year majoring in piano performance under the auspices of professors that include Joanne Brackeen, Hal Crook, and Danilo Perez. He has also played and studied with Mark Levine, Bobby Watson, Phil Wilson, Jerry Bergonzi, Christian McBride, and Joe Lovano. In 2000 at the Sarasota Jazz Festival in Florida, he has performed with Marian McPartland (piano duet). In the summer of 2002 he spent two months playing at the famous Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, MI. He played at Carnegie Hall in NYC with his trio as part of the week-long Carnegie Hall Workshop for Small Jazz Ensemble. Six Groups were selected to take part in this workshop. The Nial Djuliarso Trio also played at the 2002 North Sea Jazz Festival, in the Hague, Holland. Nial plans to move to NYC – the ultimate city for fledgling jazz musicians, it’s either “live or die”, the cruel city of musical opportunities — to go to graduate school when he finishes his studies at Berklee in May 2004. 
Come and witness Nial live, at the performance – when he swings so hard …. !! Nial is dreaming of ….. “Today for Tomorrow” ……

M025 clu08, 30/6, 21.00


M026 Bertl Mütter, Shubert:Winterreise:Mütter – composition and free Improvisation (jak/ EAUS)

Supported by the Embassy of Austria and organized by JakArt. Bertl Mütter will perform extracts from his “winterreise” as well as free improvisations as a soloist, with trombone and voice. intense direct interaction with the audience – Bertl Mütter, trombone, voice, composition, improvisation, interaction Bertl Mütter, Composition, Trombone, Voice, Euphonium, Improvisation. Bathtub Music. As a soloist I relate to the tradition in the dynamic field between Composition and Improvisation. The sole tradition in which I have any chance at all of coming close to genuinely understanding is the one into which I was born. I enjoy opening myself to external inflnces, however, and in this way incorporate foreign elements into my art. But my ancestors were neither cotton-pickers in the Southern States nor Siberian shamans; I can therefore only be an observer of such traditions. My principal instrument, the trombone, possesses a classic-romantic repertoire which one can hardly take seriously. This is an advantage, for I experience no training-conditioned trepidation as I stand before masterworks dedicated to it. Thus in concert performance I can let works with which I am involved – improvisatorily and enriched with my own material – march past me with no impediment.
Whoever sings alone in the bathtub hears the entire orchestra internally – no instrument escapes him; my bathtub stands on the stage, a quite intimate situation. Born 1965 in Steyr, Upper Austria. Marching Band, Dixieland, Theology, Military Music. Then musical studies in Graz (Jazz Trombone and Voice Training), graduating in 1990. received many awards, prizes, grants and commissions from public funds including a Scholarship for composers 2002, Republic of Austria. As a soloist Mütter relates to nearer and farer (not only musical) traditions in the dynamic field between Composition and Improvisation. He plays with numerous ensembles, f.i.: Timbre, Franui, Camerata Obscura, the duo CechMütter, the octet Striped Roses, Haslinger-Mütter-Puntigam, Nouvelle Cuisine Big Band, Franzobel & Mütter,… Mütter lives in Vienna, Austria, as a free lancer, and works “almost entirely on things for which I had no training, things therefore whose enjoyment no one else can spoil.“
Bertl plays an Aurora-trombone by Schagerl.
M026 har01, 27/6 19.00, com14, 28/6 19.30, pub27, 29/6 19.00


M028 The Parahyangan University choir (EH)

Choire recital Paduan Suara. This choir is visiting jakarta from Bandung and will present a pre-competition recital, before departing for the 8thMarktoberdorf Chamber Choir Competition.

cc01 2/6 19.30


M029 Soprano’ Linda Sitinjak & Diani Sitompul (EH)

Linda and Diani will perform with the Diani Children Choir and the kitara Female Choire.

There program consists of works of Händel, Bizet, Fauré, Bach, Pergolesi and Mozart. They are accompanied by the ParaInterpreter String Ensemble with Christina Sidjabat on Piano and Cembalo

cc01 12/6 19.30


M030 Soli Deo Family Choir (EH)

For information about this performance please call 021-4720758

cc01 18/6  19.30  

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T001            Lenongan, Modern-traditional Betawi Theater by Sandiwara Ogah Mundur  (jak)

Perkumpulan Sandiwara Ogah Mundur 
The Sandiwara Ogah Mundur Group consists of 25 Actors, musicians and dancers. Counselor: Kang Obed Fatarudin, Chairman: Kunkun Landung, Vice chairman: Jaya & Iraf; Secretary: Eky Tobe; Treasury, Ria Krudung & Kak Nunu; PR Joe Menyan; Documentation, Rio Pribadi & Barda. Actors: Aie Bhewok, Adhi Bima, Bayu Plered, Bhebe, Drajat, Ewok Bunga, Nunie Sembodo, Petrick Keren, Raie Kalem, Yudi Bongkar, Venny, Malih and Nday. The Theater group is directed by Kang Fatarudin Obed “Perkumpulan Sandiwara Ogah Mundur “ was established on January 05, 2000 in Depok that was initiated by Iwan Desember, Kunkun Landung, Purwanto and Karya Sena. Their work employs one of the traditional arts, “Lenong” incorporating a spirit of modernity  (contemporary), and also raises moral values concerns for the community.  Lenongan is folkloric, passed on not only by word of mouth but also by gesture, and is a traditional heritage. The authors are unknown and thus Lenongan is owned collectively by the Betawi people, the performers don´t have to pay any copyrights. They use malayu language spontaneously and tend to use rude language. 
By studying a basic outline scenario the performers are able to express and improvse their individual roles depending on the situation they face.

T001 pub31, 7/6 10.30, the03, 9/6 19.30, fco04, 22/6 19.30, the10, 27/6 17.00


T003            Kehidupan Cinta Damai – Peaceful Life by Teater Tukank, contemporary Theatre (jak)

15 Actors from Indonesia. Tukank Theatre is a group approach to art that is based the concept of the unity of intention whilst respecting differences; and recognizing that the harmonizing of differences is the highest of attainable mutual rewards between social beings.  Tukank Theatre itself was brought into being through campus life, a way of life which adopted ideals upon which the company has been founded. It’s main purpose is to develop and improve the arts (Indonesian Literature), especially theatre. Tukank Theatre formally was set up in September 1999. Since then Tukank Theater has performed: Dramatisasi Puisi 99 Performance in TIM, October 1999, monologue reading in GRJT, January 2000, Salman Yoga´performance at Jakarta, Maret 2000, Dramatisasi Puisi in campus IISIP Jakarta, Year 2000, Performance to commemorate HUT RI in Cempaka Putih, Year 2002, Pentas bersama di Pelataran Masjid At Tin Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, beginning of January 2002, “campus to campus performances”  Out off town performances:, 12 February 2002, Banten, Dramatisasi Puisi; Bandung, Labor Day, Purwokerto at RRI. Members and actors of Tukank Theater: Director, Ryan Hamzah; Vice Director, Nursan Guntur. Actors: Ardy Ferdianto, Aby, Eko, M. Iksan, Rike Ria Wijaya, Sherly Marlina, Stevana Ilona M, Suharno, Asep Septiawan, Hendar Ridwansyah, Tapi Suhesti, Vanya Putri MH, Pungkur, Agus Pathoni, Nrimo, Iyos Buana

T003 the02, 17/6 19.00, mal11, 21/6 13.00


T004    Karena Namaku Amoi – Because Amoi is my name, monologue by Teater Kail

“ Today, I didn’t go to work, I turned on the TV at home, the TV was full of smoke, cars were burned, stores were being robbed. Rascal hands snatched me from mother’s embrace.”. Kail Theater was established on December 1974 through Jakarta Theater Festival. In 1977, it has been crowned as “Senior Theater”. During the same time, Sutarno SK, both director, and chairman and performer of Kali Theater, has received an award from SAIF. Kail Theater has only one production per year but still can impress their audience with their performance. In 1986, 1987 and 1989, Sutarno SK performed his own scenario called “Trilogi Bangkai” which was about the past, present and future of his homeland.  Nani Tanjung Sutarno SK was born in Sibolga, August 26th 1950: since she was kid she enjoyed to watch the arts such as dancing and singing. The first role she played was Bolero Hijau as Achachila in 1965. Until now, she has played in 100 scenarios: Bolero Hijau, Hompimpah, Waska, Tanda Silang, Yerma, Nyanyian Marsinah dari Bawah Tanah, Pesta Pencuri, Yudith, Angsa Emas, Joko Kendil, Bangsat, Bangkai III, Air Prawitasari, Rumah Bernama Alba, Prita Istri Kita, Karena Namaku Amoi until Jika Masih Ada Cinta diantara Kita, etc. Do some collaboration with other theater groups such as Lisendra Dharnoto, Satu Merah Panggung Ratna Sarumpaet, Hitam Putih Adi Kurdi, Tanah Air Yose Rizal Manua, Nendra WD, Mathias Muchus, Ray Sahetappy, Dwi Yan, Sigit Hardadi, Renny Jayusman, Rita Zaharah, Mandra, Nirin Kumpul, and other name which can’t be mentioned but still have special meaning in theater world. Reading: Al Qur’an and Hadits, Wayang Mahabharata Story, Ramayana, Kho Ping Hoo, Gan KL, OKT, Karl May, Romo Mangun, Putu Wijaya, etc. She has performed in cities in West, Central, and East Java and also in North Sumatra.  The Synopsis: Maisaroh, a half chinese girl, didn’t go to work that day, for safety’s sake she chose to stay home. Together with her mother and 2 sisters/brothers, they prayed for protection. They knew in that chaotic situation and condition, they would be a perfect target – the black sheep. It was true. Suddenly, Maisaroh was snatched from her mother’s embrace and lost her pride. Later, when Maisaroh was presented at the court room, she asked why the guard didn’t defend them. The other day, Maisaroh was found dead – a suicide. The question is, “Because my name is Amoy” she’s been raped?

T004 the03, 10/6 19.30, mal11, 11/6 17.00, com35, 12/6 16.00, fco06 14/6 17.00, mal10, 15/6 14.00


T006            Aphrodite is Looking for Love, Kotak Pensil Theatre Group, contemporary theatre.

Kotak Pencil ( Pencil Case ) is an institution that identifies and gathers interest and talent from college students of Trisakti FSRD, enabling the further development of their skills and talents in music, dance, and operetta.  Once upon a time in the palace of the gods, there was a beautiful goddess known as the Goddess of Love, her name was Aphrodite. Although, she was beautiful, Aphrodite was unpredictable, often creating trouble and apparently never satisfied. But, one day Aphrodite was rewarded for her mischief…. Aphrodite was married to Haeptus the God of Handicraft, but she had an affair with Aries the God of War. Aphrodite also had a major role in the event of the Trojan War. The story began with the wedding party of Peleus and Thetis the Mermaid. Aphrodite put an apple that can only be owned by the most beautiful goddess in Thetis’ bouquet, which became a competition between the goddesses.  Paris the Human was then chosen to become the juror, and Aphrodite promised Paris that he will be able to marry the woman he loved if the apple gets in the hands of Aphrodite.  And so the apple fell to Aphrodite, which meant that Paris can marry the woman he loved, who is Helen of Troy. Helen’s husband, Spartan, became jealous of Paris. With his brother he formed the Greek army to attack Troy, which led to the Trojan war.  But one day Aphrodite received her recompense. While she was playing with the Arrows of Love with her son Cupid, the arrow struck Adonis the Human and made him fall in love with her. Unfortunately their love did not last, as Adonis finally died in the hand of a wild forest monster when Aphrodite left him briefly to visit heaven. Aphrodite who loves him much realizes that her actions are wrong, that what she receives is a form of karma. She promised herself to be a kind goddess, and then crying  wiped away Adonis’ blood and her teardrops became the Anemone flower, one that quickly blooms and dies, exactly like the love tale of Aphrodite and Adonis.

T006 pub31, 7/6 13.30, uni19, 14/6 19.00, off10, 15/6 17.00, fco01, 22/6 17.00, res05, 29/6 19.00


T007    Charlie & Charles by Teater Gerak, Pantomime

Theater Gerak is directed by Rully Firmansyah. It is a performance group of 9 members located at Cipinag Muara III, RT 10 RW 08 n039. Cipinang Muara, jatinegara 13420, Jakarta Timur. For JakArt @ 2003 the group will perform a pantomime piece called: “CHARLIE & CHARLES”  Charlie is a character trying his best to maintain his way of life… being a gay. One day, a women tried to sexually arouse Charlie, but Charlie doesn’t respond. Charlie also plays unusual love games for a man. On one occasion Charlie engaged in a rivalry with a woman to gain the love of “a man” !!  The man is Charles, a mysterious man, a lot of questions……who is Charles ??

T007 pub31, 7/6 16.30, off10, 9/6 15.30, the05, 11/6 16.00, the02, 14/6 19.00, pub30, 15/6 14.00, mal01, 18/6 16.00, mal15, 20/6 16.00 , the11, 26/6 16.00, mal11, 29/6 13.00, the04, 30/6 19.00


T008    Song of the Nation (Nyanyian Bangsa), Sanggar Lentur, Contemporary Theatre.

Swan Song (Anton Che Kov). Through its workshop, the community of  “Sanggar Lentur” tries to build communication facilities that are proactive, creative, and also educative. Thus, in February 2, 2002 this workshop become a foundation named “Yayasan Pendidikan Seni Sanggar Lentur” (Art Education Workshop of Lentur Foundation) which is certified by Notary Public certificate No.2 on February 2, 2002. 
SYNOPSIS: In the middle of nowhere, Vasili, our figure is an actor who can’t stand to be left by his friends, and amuses himself with NIKITA (the memory of the glory of his youth). However, Vasili proves to be tragically human, as a swan that only can sing before moving to its final season.

T008 off10, 15/6 15.30, Mal11, 22/6 16.00, res05, 28/6 17.00, com25, 30/6 16.00


T009    Tong atau Sampah Sampah – Drum or Garbage by Teater Bunga, Modern Theatre for children.

Teater Bunga was established in 1997.  Its members are 50 children who live in Gang Kober, Rawa Bunga area, in East Jakarta.  In their village, they do not have a playground, so they play and practice in the nearby Kober Cemetery,  a 4×6 square meter area.  Witnessing a great desire and  potential from children frm the “Gang Kober”, district of Rawa Bunga, East Jakarta, Herman Sepu was touched ed to build this community. He felt, it would be too bad if such incredible talent and potential got lost. HERMAN SEPU (Chairman of Teater Bunga), is an employee of the Visual Art and Design Department of Trisakti University.  In 1977 he established a Community Theater for Children.  He is one of the founders of Alang-alang Community for Art.  He is a member of Rendra’s Workshop Theater, and is involved in Kubur Karya Theater.  He has received a number of awards in Indonesian Children’s Theater and the Jakarta Festival of Children’s Theater. Members:  Sri mulyati (Athie), Heru Ramdani, Asep Aswandi, Andre Moedanton , Siti Aisyah, Herman Sepu, M. Aidil, Farid. Synopsis:  Can the garbage once created be recycled to become useful in the hands of a queen mother? Sun. Going down at the end of the river. Never to be told. There is a stick of wood drifting in the river. I’m stunned by its journey. I hope that no one will take it. It is my lovely soul

T009 com14, 1/6 19.30, com17, 4/6 19.30, com13, 7/6 19.30, COM18, 8/6 19.30, com19, 11/6 19.30, com20, 14/6 19.30, com21, 18/6 19.30, com22, 21/6 19.30, com24, 23/6 19.30, com23, 25/6 19.30


T011            Perampok (Robber), Teater Jakarta Timur, Modern Theatre

The Jakarta Theatre was established on June 22, 1973 by Syarifuddin A.Ch and Dorman Borisman. The theatre is based in a youth centre in east Jakarta. They have performed at several majaor festival including “Festival Teater Remaja Jakarta” (Jakarta Theatre Festival). After 5 years the they have progressed to become a senior group in the Jakarta Theatre world. Synopsis: Raden Sudrajat slandered his brother Raden Legowo who was nominated by his mother to be Regent of Lumajang. The consequence of the slander, not only led Raden Legowo to become a robber, but also led him to kill his mother out of shame. She could not bear to live with her guilt and sin.

T011 the10, 13/6 20.00, the10, 14/6 20.00, the10, 15/6 20.00, the03, 20/6 20.00, the03, 21/6 20,00, the03, 22/6 20.00, off10, 25/6 16.00, off10, 26/6 16.00, off10, 27/6 16.00, off10, 28/6 16.00


T012    Love and Freedom, Teater Cikrak, Contemporary theatre.

UKM Cikrak Theatre University of Krisnadwipayana workshop was inspired and began from a self-reflection upon a work of literature on aesthetic and manner values. Cikrak Theatre has created ‘art of the soul’ expressing through their work a feeling of mutual love filled with peace and calm.
Dance Theatre expressing the relationship between love and hate, holiness and sacrifice and heartfelt patriotism. “Love and freedom is a gift from God you can not refuse”. The play is performed by 11 actors.

T012  mil01, 6/6 10.00, the03, 12/6 19.30, the05, 14/6 16.00, the02, 15/6 19.30, mal08, 28/6 17.00


T014            Pinangan (the Engagement), Sanggar Pondok Cipta, Modern Theatre.

Ratna Kumala Kolil is an old spinster, the one and only daughter of Mr. Rukmana Kolil. One weekend, Mr. Rukamana is visited by an old bachelor named Agus Tubagus. Agus intends to marry his daughter Ratna. Even though, Agus tells about his engagement to Mr. Rukmana Kolil he fails to tell his fiancé Ratna Rukmana. Agus and Ratna have been friends for a long time, but they always argue with each other about the Sari Gading Land and the two dogs, Kliwon and Belang. Mr. Rukmana tried to cool them down and suddenly mentioned that Agus intended to marry Ratna. Ratna was shocked of happiness.  “Sanggar Pondok Cipta” was established on July 14,1999 and is registered with- and supported by the government of east Jakarta.

T024 COM 26, 7/6 17.00


T015    4 Madams with a million Tricks, Bengkel Lenong Jakarta, Drama-Comedy Theatre.

Mpok Titi is concerned at the conditions nowadays, with so many companies bankrupted and forced to fire their employees, creating so many jobless people and neglected children. She intends to adopt those neglected children as her own. How can Mpok Titi realize her intention According to Benkel lenong it is  important to study history or at least know of it. But, what is of equal importance is the initiative to keep the knowledge and to build upon it as an asset for our children and for future generations. “Bengkel Lenong Theatre”  was established in 1999. This play is produced by Nendra WD

T015 pub31, 7/6 17.00, mal08, 8/6 14.00, the05, 13/6 16.00, mal10, 15/6 16.00, the02, 20/6 19.30, off10, 22/6 14.00, the04, 25/6 20.00, mil01, 27/6 10.00, mal11 28/6 15.00


T016    Tak (Not), Teater Polos, contemporary theatre

In my village there is a girl who has no mouth. Pros and cons are everywhere. She was the subject of much gossip. Eventually the village people got used to her and lost interest. She lost her fame and everybody forgot about her. One day a high official abused the mouth less girl. She was then accused of causing trouble and disturbing the peace of the village. She was interrogated by the officials and the people came to help her and protested against her harassment. How could such a poor creature be considered guilty of such an offence when she was not even noticed anymore. After many years a baby was born also without a mouth. It shocked and surprised the people and they all hurried to the hospital to witness the baby. The mouth less baby turned out to be crippled. Just another ordinary handicapped child.  “Polos Theatre” was established on March 20, 1979. Its members are: Hendra WD, Chamdy, Henry Ra’nyan, Cak Winarsya, Novy Rani, Mey Handayani, Iserlal, Kustiawan Barnas, Rony Sasmita, Puji Rahardjo, Rina, Syarifudin, Ade, Are Juwansyah, Umiyah and Bonita. The play is written by Arifin C Noer.

T016 off10, 12/6 16.00, fco07, 13/6 17.00, pub27, 14/6 19.00, the05, 17/6 16.30, the02, 21/6 19.30, pub30, 22/6 19.00, the04, 27/6 19.00, mal08, 28/6 12.00, the03, 29/6 17.00, mal11, 30/6 19.00


T017    Script of a mask (Naskah Topeng), Teater Bambu

Located in East Jakarta, Bamboo theatre is a group consisting mostly of homeless and underprivileged youth and young students. The group has been operating for over two years, and is motivated by their need for creativity. These young artsists are already on their way to establish themselves in the entertainment world. 
“Script for a Mask” tells about a woman of low morals without love and protection. When alone, she realized how beautiful and warm love can be. The woman danced, and danced, and danced, but began to wonder, where she would find love ?  One day, a rich man tried to get her attention. She ignored him. The man became very very angry and raped her and then finally killed her……… she becomes a ghost ………

T017 com34, 8/6, the04, 12/6 20.00, off10, 13/6 16.00, the03, 14/6 19.30, pub30, 15/6 11.00

Pub27, 17/6 16.30, the05, 18/6 16.30, the11, 22/6 19.30, the02, 24/6 19.30, mal11, 28/6 17.00


T018    Corps – Bangkai    Teater Kail (junior), Contemporary theatre

Kail Theatre was established in 1974, and was built to represent the teenage activities in a small residence. The participants came from the neighborhood of Menteng Pulo, where they built Kail Theatre. Later they joined with the “Festival Teater Remaja” which renamed as the Jakarta Theatre Festival. The members of Kail Theatre come from a variety of backgrounds; 50% are lower level government employees, 20% are school and college students and non-government employees, jobless, street children, and also 30% is alcoholic.  “Corps”tells of a conflict that affected someone’s soul, creating a dilemma where he must betray his own feelings. Udin, the character who plays a security guard, fears that his desire and passion for worldly life can blind him to believing in God. In this case, Kail Theatre tries to determine a straight a line in a complex life structure.

T018 the04, 29/6 20.00


T019            Cockroaches (Kecoa-kecoa),Teater Tiang, Contemporary

Tiang Theatre was first established three years ago as an extracurricular unit in SMU 3 Bekasi. In 2002, Tiang Theatre evolved into an independent organization, that covers a wide variety of material, with a special focus on workshops. Today the group members are not only students but from many walks of life. The actors develop their creative skils through Role Play (Theatrical, Operetta, Lenong, Play), Poetries, Monologs, Betawi and short stories. The Cockroaches by Tiang Theatre,  is a scenario of poor people who live and grow in a city corner. Jakarta, the capital city with bright lights, is portrayed as offering a glorious and marvelous life and seems very beautiful. Pedok, a beggar, expresses his anger at the security and government services that constantly harass him, After his hut has been destroyed, and feeling that he and his friends’ pain and misery are ignored by the State, they decide to fight and pay for their rights with their lives.

T019 pub30, 8/6 14.00,mal08, 12/6 17.00, off10, 17/6 16.00, the05, 20/6 17.30 Pub30, 22/6 16.00, the11, 24/6 19.00, the02, 25/6 19.30, mal11, 26/6 19.00, pub27, 28/6 16.30, the03, 30/6 19.00



T020  Perubahan (Changes) & Kungkung Si Katak Kecil (The Little frog), Teater Cinta Lakon, Musical drama

Youth is a generation that  is noted throughout history as an agent of change. up to now, this agent of change remains our country’s hope. “Cinta Lakon SMPN 202 & SMKN 50” which was established in 1980 intends, with the creative arts, to give a positive input to our institutions for the next generation, from elementary, through to senior high school. “Changes” , a musical drama performed by 60 actors, tells of how “Kucil”, a smart, tricky, and clever mouse deer thief, experiences a transformation, and uses his intelligence to reveal crime. “Kungkung” is a frog without any useful skills or abilities; considered contemptible by humans and other creatures, they try to kill him. What happens to Kungkung , and how is he treated by his  friends?

T020 the04, 15/6 16.00 res05, 17/6 17.00, off10, 18/6, mal10, 24/6 15.00, the05, 28/6 17.00


T021 Jaka tarub (the legendary jaka tarub) by teater Mahesa, contemporary.

Jaka Tarub was created in the legends of the ancient Javanese. As a wayang puppet Jaka Tarub was married with a fairy named Nawang Wulan. Rebelient Jaka Tarub is transformed into a human puppet, and swears a curse upon the puppeteer for creating such a boring life. The play is performed by Syawal Permana (Dalang), Bambang Prakoso (Jaka Trub), Eno gerak (Nawang Bulan), Putra Bukit (Poetry reading), Khairul Sindroma (Tiger), Irwan Sukma (film producer). The angels are performed by: Dian Pelita, Nur Cempaka, Ida Melati, Ilal Seruni, Nia Cryshan, neneng Kesumat. The choire consists of Buyung Karang, Vera Tulif, Dayat Wajah, Yani Kasturi, Rizki Gelombang, Irfan Gerimis. The Mahesa Theatre group is based in Cipayung, Jakarta Timur.

T021 pub27, 18/6 17.00, the02, 19/6 19.30, the11, 25/6 17.00, mal10, 28/6 16.00, off10, 30/6 16.00


T022            Komedi, Kompeksi Group, Comedy Theatre

“Kompeksi Group” is an institution of considerable experience; participating in comedy entertainment in Jakarta.  As a major success in a TV performance “Kompeksi Group” received an award in a comedy festival. Hilarious comedy performed by Buyung P’A, Khairul Aldino, Dayat Cangak and Putra Biotot.

T022 mal15, 5/6 16.00, pub31, 7/6 12.30, off10, 8/6 16.00, pub27, 19/6 17.00, fco06, 29/6 16.00


T023            Juminah Juminten, Sanggar Ratu, contemporary theatre

Juminah Juminten is a play in which abuses, follies, stupidities, vices ar ridiculed. This satiric comedy is a genre of dramatic theatre treating trivial material superficially or amusingly and showing serious and profound material in a light, familiar and satirical matter. Jumina Juminten is a servant from the millennium area. She works for a company called PT Amburadul. She dresses like a career woman. She always caries a hand phone in her right hand and talks intellectually but…. in her left hand she holds a cleaning rag. 
She really needs this job. The guard is a lawyer. Jumina and the lawyer always argue. One day the wife of the Boss dropped by and the guard and Jumina were scared………

T023 mil01, 6/6 13.00, pub30, 8/6 11.00, mal08, 15/6 12.00, mal10, 18/6 16.00, com35, 22/6 16.00, the02, 23/6 19.30, the03, 25/6 19.30, pub27, 27/6 16.30, fco04, 29/6 19.00, the05, 30/6 16.00


T024    Pemilu Kadaluarsa (the old elections), Sanggar Cikal, Betawi drama.

It would be correct to say that Theatre Sanggar Cikal provides an ideal forum for the development of human resources. Theatre can be a mirror for the national conditions reflecting Indonesia’s concerns over the phenomena of globalization. Based on this thought, Sanggar Cikal SMUN 7 Bekasi was founded. 
“The Redundant Election” is a play concerning a senior high school girl whose name is Nurleha. She is being forced by her father to marry Mr. Komar. Nurleha refuses and rebels by isolating herself in her room. But suddenly a handsome, neat and gorgeous man appears to marry her. Who is that mysterious man….? 
Production staff: Suhermanto, Andi Rochyandi, Agur Firdaus, Bpk. Tukijan, Gudang, Cathering, Fatur

T024 com27, 8/6 19.00, the02, 9/6 19.30, com28, 11/6 19.00, com29, 13/6 19.00, com30, 14/6 19.00, the03, 17/6 19.30, com31, 18/6 19.00, the05, 21/6 16.00, the11, 22/6 17.00, pub27, 24/6 16.30


T025            Narkoba & Anak-Anak Setan, Taman Bacaan Masyarakat Anak Bangsa, Contemporary

“The Children of the nation ” reading club is an education system set up to promote creative thought and to stimulate childrens’ imagination from an early age.  In an effort to make it real “children of the nation” launched the theatre on January 29, 1999 for the development of the east Jakarta community. The play begins with Jambrong, who in breaking devil’s rules, is cursed by Om Cetan’s to become Narkoba (drugs). Otong and his friends pass the drugs around. One day, Otong and his friends match wits with the children who study the Koran. Who will be the winner of that battle ?

T025 res05, 7/6 17.00, off10, 8/6 14.00, pub30, 15/6 15.00, pub27, 20/6 16.30, fco04, 22/6 19.30, com14, 24/6 19.30, the04, 26/6 17.00, the11, 28/6 14.00, fco01, 29/6 17.00, mal08, 30/6, 12.00


T026            Kampret Dicolek Santet, (Kampret Pinched by Magic), Sanggar Teater Gudang

Sangar Teater Gudang was established in 1994, based on the present day conditions and conflicts, and the lack of trust within our society. As human beings who are concerned about the situation today, we feel that we have to contribute creatively. “Kampret dicolet santet” is a 45 minute theatre play performed by 10 actors, which tells about life conditions these days, presenting hot news, interestingly and attractively wrapped. Suddenly all the problems are solved just like that, by a magician who becomes involved in the situation.

T026 the02, 6/6 19.30, pub30, 8/6 14.00, mal10, 9/6 16.00, the04, 10/6 20.00, pub27, 15/6 16.30, Fco07, 17/6, com34, 22/6 17.00, the11, 23/6 19.00, fco01, 27/6 17.00, the03, 28/6 19.30


T027 and T027W Pilihan dan Mesin Pemburu (Choice and The Hunter’s Machine),

Tikka Sears and Teater Payung Hitam Experimental theatre with verbal and non verbal expression.

This performance is a multi-media theater collaboration among director of Teater Payung Hitam Rachman Sabur, theater artist and director Tikka Sears, writer and video artist Manuel Castro, and Indonesian actors and designers.  The cast includes artists from Indonesia and America. The script was written in English by Manuel Castro with Tikka Sears; later the script was translated, adapted and added to by Artistic Director of Payung Hitam, Rachman Sabur.  The production is based on classical and contemporary mythologies by incorporating elements from local Mahabharata stories and American pop culture. We are drawing our research from Indonesian oral traditions, contemporary Indonesian authors, music, topeng dance, Javanese and Sundanese mythological tales, and popular global media culture.  We are incorporating on-stage video projection to play a significant part in the production.  The piece explores the places where theater, film and documentary can meet.  Working with the notion of “suture” from film theory, we focus on the film shots that are used to knit images and mise-en-scene together.  These film shots encode ideologies in subtle ways.  By incorporating video interviews from varying areas of the population in Indonesia and America, we analyze and highlight these usually hidden narratives.  To do this, these documentary video clips will serve as characters in the play that engage in dialogue with onstage characters thus blurring the distinction between myth, reality, and media.  Here we will use non-realistic video sequences that are being produced with and by the actors.  We hope to create a dialogue between dichotomies of east and west, old and new, rich and poor.  The production focuses on the perceptions that Indonesian and American peoples have of each other’s cultures.  The play’s themes highlight the repetitious actions of humankind, the way people are blinded by societal myths, and questions whether it is within human nature to change these behaviors and cycles.  Innovative video interaction and interviews with Indonesians and Americans: The play incorporates video sequences.  These video sequences include video interviews with a variety of people in both Indonesia and America

T027 the10, 27+28/6 20.00 and Workshop: T027W the10, 29/6 11.00


T028 Pantomime by teater Raut

Pantomime, as we know it today is predominantly aimed at children, based on  popular fairy tales or folk legends. Pantomime , (also called Mime) is acting out scenes without the use of words or sound effects.  This is a skill that allows people to express ideas and feelings through movement, as opposed to words. Raut (Rayon Utara- Northern district) Theatre consists of a number of senior high school students in North Jakarta. Teater ‘RAUT’ with Sofyian Joel as a leader has a lot of fun expressing them selves. They practise hard to reach perfection and JakArt@2003 is a way to introduce themselves to a bigger audience.

T028 mal08, 20/6 17.00, mal10, 22/6 16.00, har01, 27/6, res05, 28/6 12.00, mal01, 29/6 14.00


T029 Mat Baret by teater Muda, Contemporary Theatre

Young theatre. Muda theatre was established by the college students of IISIP Jakarta, on June 13, 1998. it was based on the commitment to develop self esteem and mutual respect. In this play Mat Baret and his buddy “Bangkot” were predicted by a fortune teller to become successful men. Mat Baret will be ‘Lurah’ and bangkot’s child will be ‘Camat’. How can Mat Baret change  his life to become ‘Lurah”….?

T029 mal10, 24/6 15.00, the02, 30/6 19.30


T030 Kepingan Harapan Menjelang Ajal (a piece of hope in facing Death)  by teater Redam

Redam is an organization which was established in the residence of RW.011 Cipinang Muara, East Jakarta and opened for public participation. The play will be performed by 15 actors.  Jakarta is a symbol of the development of our country’s citizens; it makes people build up their hopes that they can make their dream come true. Imam, a young man from a village, who has just got his senior high certificate, leaves his home to find his fortune in Jakarta. In Jakarta he meets Susan who is a high class hooker. One day, they are shocked into realizing that they cannot share their life together as they dreamed. No longer can they feel a beautiful hope and love.

T030 pub27 15.00, 26/6, the05, 28/6 17.00


T031 Pengadilan Wek Wek by Teater Abu, Contemporary Theatre

Teater Abu is directed by Ms. Margesti. Abu is an abbreviation for Aneka Buruh .(Labour union) This group was initiated in 1992. and their members used to be mostly women factory workers. Their itensions were purely for leisure and pastime. Pengadilan Wek Wek is a story about Petruk, a famous clown from the wayang tradition. Petruk has no work, he takes a job tending geese. . The geese are owned by Mr. Bagong, a rich and stingy man. Petruk’s wages are very minimal so he decides to steel some of the geese eggs end keep the money for himself. Mr Bagong discovered the theft and takes Petruk to court. Petruk being in a difficult situation hires Mr. Gareng, a smart lawyer. But Mr. Bagong is also very smart so the court case became very lengthy and complicated. Mr Bagong is not lucky because the judge can not be bought. The affair overwhelms and traumatizes Petruk and he loses his power of speech. the only sound he could utter is wek wek wek.

T031 com36, 7/6 19.30, com37, 8/6 19.30, prn01, 12/6 10.00, com35, 16/6 19.30, off10, 18/6 14.00


T032 Prita Istri Kita (Prita,  Our Wife) by Komunitas Seni Peran, Monologue

Prita Kartika, a girl from the village, always dreams of a beautiful marriage. Her marriage with the teacher turns out to be different as in her dreams. She always complains about the reality she is confronted with… A monologue written by Arifin C. Noer and produced by Eka Syahrul. The actrice Kicky Amalia was born in Jakarta in 1982. She is a student of the Institut kesenian Jakarta (IKJ) and has performed for many years. Some of her favourite plays are: Jam Dinding Yang berdetak by Nano Riantiarno, Hilang Tanpa Bekas by Jean paul Satre, Polisi by Slawomir Mrozek, Kucing Hitam (the Balck Cat) by Edgar Alan Poe, Perjalanan Kehilangan by Noorca Mahendra.

T032 mal10, 22/6 17.00, pub27, 25/6 17.00, sch13, 28/6 12.00, mal08, 29/6 12.00, mal11, 30/6 13.00

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V002 Retrospektif, Painting Exhibition, Sukamto (jak)

Born and raised in Surakarta in 1945, Sukamto is very closely related to Javanese tradition, rituals and beliefs. This has been the major inspiration in the creation of his art. Sukamto speaks through his work using satirical overtones and reflections of everyday life. Known as a painter and draughtsman, his works are strongly sensitive both in  colours and monotone line. His work moves through naturalistic approaches to abstract and into decorative. Sukamto dares to play with compositions, resulting in active, bright, and festive colours. He enjoys working with imagary and graphics. He would allow free space on his canvas, either plain or coloured, and create dinamic images. Under the guidance of Fajar Sidik, Handrio, Abbas Alibasyah, Edi Sunaryo and G. Sidharta, Sukamto started to sharpen his aesthetical skills while teaching at ASRI Yogyakarta. He recalls his first two years learning at the Surakarta Art Academy) as “boring”, because they only allowed him to create sketches and paintings using black and white techniques. It was in his third year that he was allowed to use three Tempera colours (ocher, black, and white). In this period Sukamto made good friends with X-Ling who studied at Seniman Muda Indonesia (Young Indonesian Artists) led by S. Sudjojono; and AS Budiono, former students at the Akademi Kesenian Surakarta. Upon graduation his

V002 at gal10             24/6-5/7 (op23/6)


V003            Struggle & Creation, Art Exhibition of 22 young artists from Indonesia (jak/ENL)

Pameran Seni Rupa Karya Perupa Muda Indonesia 
´Struggle and Creation´ is an art expression forum for young artists of Indonesia, organized by JakArt and supported by the Erasmus Huis. This important exhibition provides an opportunity to young artists to express and communicate their dreams and ideas to the public. 22 Artists from Aceh, Yogyakarta,, Bandung and Jakarta will exhibit their paintings, Installations, sculptures and other mixed media. The Artists are: Alit Ambara (Jakarta), Amelia (Bandung), Ariani Darmawan (Bandung), Awan P. Simatupang (Jakarta), Budi Santoso (Yogyakarta) , Diah Yulianti (Yogyakarta), Irwan Ahmett (Jakarta), Irwan Bagja Dermawan (Iweng) (Bandung) 
Marcel Wetik (Jakarta), Nugrahanto Widodo (Totok) (Yogyakarta) , Oky Arfie Hutabarat (Jakarta), Ponk-Q Hary Purnomo (Jakarta), Renjani (Jakarta), Retua Magdalena Pardede Agung (Jakarta), Rhita Dharani (Jakarta) 
Sekar Jatininerum (Yogyakarta), Surya Wirawan (Yogyakarta), Taufan (Jakarta), Tiarma Dame Ruth Sirait (Bandung), Virsevenny (Aceh), Vukar (Jakarta), Indra (Yogyakarta) 
For more information about the artists check our web site: www.jakart.org

V003 at cc01              25/6-26/7 (op25/6)


V004    Denise Hudon, Hand made paper and colours from plants (jak/ECA)

The re-invention of traditional arts by adapting them to contemporary forms is the hallmark of Denise Hudon, a French-Canadian artist whose work will be on display at the Duta Fine Arts Foundation. What gives an individualistic touch to the pieces is complete reliance on natural materials including handmade paper and vegetable dyes. She has use cotton rag, recycled cement bags, coffee dregs, bamboo, leaves and corn to prepare the paper. Born in Montreal in 1950, Hudon received her education in Fine Arts and began her artistic career by painting murals on public buildings. Later, she specialised in ceramic sculpture while continuing her artistic career. All along, she taught painting, ceramics and fine arts for 15 years. In early 1980s, while in Montreal, Hudon’s work already featured dried fibres such as bamboo stalks and waste material. It was in 1993 that Hudon who is often called a “nomad at heart and soul” integrated hand paper in her work. Following the innovation of a casting concept for paper, she was chosen by the Ministry of Quebec at the art show “Accent  on Design’ held in New York. She moved to West Africa in 1985. Her 13 years stay there was marked by successful experimentation in the art of preparing paper with the help of natural tropical fibres. The richness and power of the African culture became a source of inspiration for her. First in Togo and then in Ghana, Hudon created paper with recycled fibre and tropical matter decors. She remained in Mali from 1995 to 1999. At this point in time, the orientation of her research integrated two techniques. One the transformation of vegetal dyes (corn leaves, banana trees, leaks, cabbage, wild saffron, pomegranate, onion, etc) used in the fibre dough. And two, the application of traditional dyes on paper. The rich texture and quick absorbency of the paper tempted Hudon to delve into the art and science of paper making. The need also arose from her inability to find sturdy paper to work on. Most of Hudon’s research in the field is based on experiments carried out in Nepal, China and India. From Africa, Hudon moved to Central Asia in 1998 to carry out research on traditional vegetable dyes used for clothes, block printing and carpets. She also discovered new fibres that could be used in paper making. Excessive use of earthen tones and dried leaves go on to re-establish Hudon as an artist who identifies herself closely with nature. Triangular forms pointing in different directions can hardly go unnoticed in her work. While some of these forms depict energy, others symbolise offering of prayers. She is as much a landscape artist as one bringing out the versatility of human culture and parallel words. Some of her work feature a little bit of abstract calligraphy too.

V004 at gal03             26/5-7/6 (op25/6)


V006    365, a one year vsual diary, the works of Deborah J. Nolan (jak/ECA)

What if we pushed ourselves to create, to put pen to paper every single day? What if we were able to capture the honesty of ongoing process as an artist? How much time do we really need to commit to art in our daily and busy lives? Project 365 began as a way to explore some of these questions. For every single day of 2002 beginning on January 1st, 2002 until December 31st 2002 I created a piece of artwork. The artwork was done with a variety of media but always on an A4 size paper and dated at the bottom right corner. How did I come to decide to make a goal of art for 365 days? Initially the concept was a challenging personal project that aimed to pull myself out of procrastination and the ever busyness of full time work in massive and overwhelming Jakarta. I never had my solitude, my full weekend to paint uninterrupted and I began to wonder if I would ever have time again to create. As a painter who works in bursts of energy that often consume entire weekends I began to wonder if there was actually time every single day that I had just not seen before.  Some of my first notes on the project include the ideas of exploring a continued pushing of limits I realized that there would have to be points where a work was unfinished and I did not feel fully satisfied As the development of making art everyday progressed into the year I learned that there is a certain intensity that swells over once the art process has started.  At certain points in the early process my daily art became instant moments, and I had never touched paper with such lack of hesitation and spontaneity before. Overall my reflections on Project 365, now that it is done, are that it was all about the honesty of sometimes not having anything to say through art at the moment we sit down to create . Also as a reflection on the personal side of the process, it was a progression of trying to dig up real material that means an excavating of the soul, a digging up and display of the mounds of dirt before hitting on substance. The final result is still not about a final project of work but the process of filtering through everything to get there..  I would like the honesty of the artistic process that Project 365 is attempting to convey to continue in the display and the exhibition of the work. Project 365 stands on its own as a record of a year in my life, and the pieces are to reveal to viewers the utterly honest process of an artist day by day over the year 2002.

V006 at off10             16/6-30/6 (op16/6)


V008            Tembang Damai (Song of Peace) , painting exhibition by Rabet MS (jak)

Born in Tretes, East Java.29/9/1947, impressed by the arts since he was a young boy. He Graduated from the Academy of Art in Surabaya (AKSERA).  In 1966 he participated in numerous group exhibitions. Rabet’s first exhibition was held in Surabaya. Where he was one of the youngest participants among seniors like Amang Rahman, Krishna Mustajab, Sudaryono, Rudi Isbandi, OH  Soepono, Gathuk kusumo (papa) etc. 
In 1970 he moved to Bali and lived there for 9 years, broadent his search and studied the technique of Le Mayeur’s painting. Rabet mostly did realistic painting and never ceased to explore fine arts but since 1984 he felt that contemporary abstract art allowed him to play freely with his expression showing the relationship between man and god and also the relationship of human beings with one another in the hope this will help mankind return to a wholesome and pure condition. In such a condition,n mankind could always listen to the soul and reach out to others in peace. Rabet also wants to share the freedom he enjoys, by letting the viewer interpret his work in their own imagination.  From 1974 until 1976 he painted for the bank of Indonesia, and  established the Balinese  artists association: Citra. He moved to Jakartain 1979  and settled in Pasar Seni for about 10 years. From 1966 – 1984 was the period where Rabet painted a kind of realism. At the present time Rabet is singing and dancing through his painting as a witness to the almighty god.

V008 at gal23             9/6-18/6 (op9/6)


V009            Affandi, the graphics, The techniques of Lithography, Etching and Serigraphy (jak/DMG)

In 1977 Affandi went to Europe to receive The Dag Hammarskjoeld Fondation International Peace Award and received the title of “ Grand Maestro” in Florence, Italy. His trip was also for the purpose of visiting his favorite granddaughter, Helfi, who had just married the Belgian diplomat-journalist Dirix Urbain. Dirix arranged for Affandi to study the techniques of lithography, ecthing and serigraphy in Belgiaum, and Affandi spent a number of months studying these techniques and producing a body of works of which little has been known and none has been sold until recently. This collection includes nearly 100 subjects, each in a limited series, with anywhere from 12 to 200 strikings per work with subjects ranging from self portraits to street scenes in India to a cafe in Paris. Some are in black and white, some in color. All are numbered with an authenticity seal and a certificate. This exhibition is part of a combined exhibition: PHOTOGRAPHS, ILLUSTRATIONS, PRINTS, FILM, ACRYLICS &PASTELS, LITHOGRAPHY, ETCHING & SERIGRAPHY

V009 at gal14             8/6-21/6 (op8/6)


V010    10 Geometry and Natural lines, Illustrations and Prints by Daniel Dick (jak)

Reflecting a rich background in life with early experiences abroad and a nomadic lifestyle. Daniel expresses himself in diverse mediums with bold colours and heavy lines. His work is an emotional attempt to capture the feelings and concepts of duality and contrast resulting from his time spent living and traveling in Asia and Europe. During his time at the University his main interest was in Printmaking and the constructive process needed to obtain the final work. Upon leaving school he became intoxicated with colour and paint (** among other things) as a medium. As well as canvas painting Daniel became involved in mural painting. Mural painting brought out a passion for the large scale and bold graphic style. This continues to be one of his foremost interests. His most recent area of concentration is in illustration as an experiment in colour and pattern. This form of expression and his use of colour reflect his work in acrylic painting but also combine a graphic sense that comes from his roots in printmaking. The detail that he expresses in illustration is a new element in his work. His latest show expresses a contrast in the two mediums represented, illustration and printmaking; the bold, simple, monotone prints are an exploration of emotion and nature and the illustration a study of complex colour, pattern and geometry. This exhibition is part of a combined exhibition: PHOTOGRAPHS, ILLUSTRATIONS, PRINTS, FILM, ACRYLICS &PASTELS, LITHOGRAPHY, ETCHING & SERIGRAPHY

V010 at gal14             8/6-21/6 (op8/6)


V011    The Arts of Japan for Children, Origami Craft and Toys and Plays for Children. (jak/OCG)

The Arts of Japan for Children is a program organized by the Origami Craft Group. This is a group of volunteers from Japan loving paper and games. Their program consist of two parts.:  “Origami Craft”. (The four letters RIGA in the middle of ORIGAMI form the two Chinese characters which are called ORI and GAMI in Japanese. ORI means “to fold,” and is composed of the characters for hand and ax. GAMI means “paper,” and is composed of the characters for silk and family) and Toys and plays for children”  Have you ever tried these traditional Japanese toys?:  Ohajiki (Marbles) Ohajiki is basically a plaything for little girls. In the past, they used roll shells and pebbles, but now they use variously colored ceramic, glass or plastic ohajiki. These are scattered on the floor, and, after dividing them by finger, the ones you aim at and hit are yours. The person who takes the most, wins. The name ohajiki came from playing by snapping or flicking(hajiku) with the fingers. Otedama (Beanbags) Otedama is a small bag made of cloth and filled with small beans, pebbles, rice and the like, used in a game for young girls. It comes as a set of either five, seven, or nine beanbags, one of which, larger and conspicuously colored different from the others, is the chief bag(oyadama). One plays by tossing up a bag, then singing and manipulating one or more bags on the ground in a certain way while the tossed bag is in midair, or by juggling them. Kendama (Cup and ball) Kendama is a wooden toy consisting of a wooden stick with one end sharpened, the other end shaped like a dish, and a ball with a hole in it connected to the stick by string. The object is to balance the ball on the dish part and to stick it on the sharp end of the stick. There is a similar game in Europe, as well, but there are even kendama championships held in Japan. Since the Taisho Period(1912-1926) the shaft has been cross-shaped and has three dish parts in total. The event starts at 10.00 and ends at 16.00 hrs with a solo performance of Adam Baldych, a 16 year old jazz violinist from Poland. So why don’t you come and join us? The Origami Craft Group is looking forward to play with you and your kids.

V011 at gal20            29/6, 10.00 – 16.00


V013            Seasons of The Kunwijku, Aboriginal Art from West Arnhem Land (EAU/ ADFAT)

13 works  by eight artists of extraordinary talent. 
Season’s of the Kunwinjku is an exhibition from Northern Australia. This collection of contemporary indigenous Australian paintings reflects the lyrical grace of West Arnhem Land’s rich artistic tradition. 
Affairs and Trade. For approximately 50.000 years the Kunwinjku people have employed the stylistic techniques and images expressed in achre and earth pigments in this exhibition. Today’s Kunwinjku artists have transposed these traditions from rock and bark to a modern medium – Arches Aquarelle paper. This development has allowed the artists to communicate with renewed vitality some of the world’s oldest living culture, and to reach a much wider audience, both in Australia and Overseas. The artists are members of a number of kunwinjku clans. Their traditional country extends roughly from the East Aligator River, which marks the boundary between kakdu National Park and Arnhem Land, to the Liverpool and Mann rivers. Their homelands (communities) are situated between Gunbalanya (Known formerly as Oenpelli) in the West and Maningrida in the East. While many Kunwinjku artists are involved in the contemporary art movement in West Arnhem Land. It is not possible to show all their paintings in this collection. We have on this occasion chosen 13 works  by eight artists of extraordinary talent. The Artists: Tony Bangalang, Thompson Yulidjirri, Gabriel Maralngurra, Lawrence Nganjmirra, Danny Djarlam Nalorlman, Peter Nabarlambarl, Lofty Nabardayal Nadjamerrek, Samuel Namudja.

V013 at hot10                        3/6-10/6 (op3/6)


V014            Paintings by Angels, Picture Agates of Indonesia –            exhibition (DMG/Sae)

Quartz (including the cryptocrystalline subgroup, also known as agate) is the most common of stones – it probably is found in every nation of the world. Agates are found in all parts of Indonesia as well, but some of them are very special. Some of them have a beautiful mix of colors and can resemble striking abstract paintings. A very view, mostly from West Java, contain beautiful scenes and landscapes that are truly like paintings, with magnificent “skies”, enchanting “lakes” as well as “seashores” and “riverbanks”.There are even “fish”, other animals and the occasionally human like shapes. Those with easy-to-see scenes are truly collectors’ items, the value of which depends on their beauty and clarity. Another unique type of the agate, carved from the part of the rock next to the skin of the boulder, shows numbers or letters, and another rare type (usually clear agates with white or brown inclusions) very, very occasionally spell out the Arabic words “Allah” or “Muhammad” We have given the name “Jurassic Park Agates” to yet another extraordinary type of agate found in Indonesia. These stones were somehow formed deep in the earth millions of years ago in an area where there was much water. Amazing as it may seem the molten agate material surrounded and enclosed some of this water which against al logic did not evaporate. We therefore have these very rare “Jurassic Park agates” with million-year-old water inside. Aside from these very unusual types of agate, this common, inexpensive stone can have all kinds of beautiful color combinations and intricate and fascinating patterns and designs.
Indonesian agates set in inexpensive but well designed silver settings can became chic and trendy jewellery that is smart and easy on the pocket book.

V014 at off09             15/6-24/6 (op15/6)


V015 and V015W            Pameran seni rupa dan workshop (Visual Arts Exhibition and Workshop) at Titi Hijau Rumah Budaya & Seni

Titi Hijau – Rumah Budaya Seni is a creative art studio and gallery. Established in 1998 in the Gading Serpong Area, Tangerang. This community has a great spirit and hopes to become one of Jakarta’s cultural Satalites.  The Titi Hijau community offers training in visual arts combined with workshops and painting exhibitions. 
In cooperation with the Rumah Kecil Studio, Pejaten, Pasar Minggu, they also organize other activities for the community such as; batik art training and art studies involving recycled materials. In addition they have a painting studio specially for children. During JakArt @ 2003 Titi Hijau will present an exhibition and a workshop in combination with some poetry reading and several musical performances 
The Director, Tomy Faisal Alim, a graduate of the Drama and Film Academy (ASDRAFI) and the Institute for the Arts (ISI), Yogyakarta is a well know artist in Indonesia and will coordinate all the events. The exhibition will be opened by the mayor of Tangerang and Ibu Yessy Gusman on the 14th of June. 
The exhibition will run from June 7 – 30 and the workshop will be held on Monday June 30.

V015 at com16 7-30/6  (op14/6)  V015W             30/6


V016            Djakarta, Jakarta, Jakarte, photo exhibition by William R. Durman (jak/DMG)

A photographer from England who has lived in “the Big Durian” (Jakarta) for more then 10 years. All photos are “limited editions” – only 20 editions per photo and beautifully framed, and at very reasonable prices. 
Born in the United Kingdom, William R. Durman has acquired more then 10 years of experience as a freelance photographer. Durman’s distinctive photographic style has succeeded in producing a body of work encompassing a wide spectrum of art, culture and social diversity. This work has given him the opportunity to express his unique point of view as well as to satisfy his life’s passion. After graduating in London and perfecting his photographic skills in his homeland, William followed his keen interests in Anthropology. Also an avid traveller, he has been able to create an extraordinary collection of photographs reflecting his experiences while travelling in South East Asia. While in Jakarta, Indonesia, Durman’s work has been published in promotions general publications and tabloids like Jakarta Kini, Java kini, Hello Bali, American Chamber of Commerce, Garuda in-flight and the Jakarta Post. Furthermore he is regularly assigned and commissioned to work in small, medium and large format in both black and white and colour for company profiles, brochures, product shots and industry. To commemorate Jakarta’s birthday Durman has put together a series of photographs which reflect the diversity of the city and its inhabitants. These are in a limited edition entitled ‘ Djakarta, Jakarta, Jakarte.’ This exhibition is part of a combined exhibition: PHOTOGRAPHS, ILLUSTRATIONS, PRINTS, FILM, ACRYLICS &PASTELS, LITHOGRAPHY, ETCHING & SERIGRAPHY

V016 at gal14             8/6-21/6 (op8/6)


V017    Living Colour, Painting exhibition by Drs Rd. Muhammad Tosin (jak)

“I realized I was getting my own impressions from nature, seeing it for the first time with my own eyes, uninfluenced by the art of any man. To reach oneself as an artist is an extremely long journey , far beyond visible horizons and unlimited in terms of time or space. It is a journey through ones heart to the very soul. 
Through painting I find answers to fluctuations within my heart, which I can express within my work as painting from the soul. I can totally express my self spontaneously as long as there is energy flowing within my soul. I paint,  my hand moving on the canvas freely realising the colours of my life until I feel empty of the heaviness within my self. My painting from start to finish is one action and I let it be, as it is without rewinding or forwarding.” Drs Rd Muhammad Tosin was born on the 17th of february 1958 in Bandung, Indonesia 
He studied at the Indonesia Institut of Art (ISI) and the academy of drama and film in Yoyyakarta and has a Designer Diploma from the Hesische Kultur Deparment, Germany.

V017 at org01                        15/6-30/6 (op15/6)


V018    Bahasa Kalbu, paper pen and ink,  exhibition by Enrico Soekarno (VCI)

Enrico Soekarno was born in Bandung, Indonesia on the sixth day of the sixth month of the year sixty six. He spent his primary school years in Jakarta, and completed his secondary schooling in Sydney, Australia. Although he was trained as a film he also attended the Accademia di Belle Arti in Rome and took a C.E.P. on theories Of maker Revolutions at the university of Sydney. Since 1988 he has had exhibitions of paintings, drawings, etchings and photographs and participated in various multi media performances. After a brief sojourn in East Timor in 1991 he started his own design company, Visual Concepts, and since then he has designed book covers for Pramoedya Ananta Toer, directed music videos, painted murals and created several cultural publications and public service advertisements with a focus on the environment and the preservation of indigenous cultures. In the early part of 1998 he took a boat on the Mahakan River and Journeyed into the jungles of Borneo in search of Fire. He found inferno!. He took ‘sempako’ to remote villages, rescued an Orang Utan and was jailed by the military in Bontang. He also filmed and painted the fire. Then he brought the smoke back to choke Jakarta with the “Kalimanten on Fire and The Colours of Death” and “ Bunring Borneo” series of exhibitions. Some of his works raised a censorship issue in the last days of the New Order, both in Jakarta and Manila. His work and contribution for the people suffering from the forest fires were featured in the award winning BBC production of “the Kings of the Jungle”. Since then he has travelled to many other parts of Indonesia and worked on various project charting the fall of Suharto and the rise of the New Nationalism and the Head hunters of Borneo. He also returned to East Timor for the referendum. His land journey back through the Indonesia’s eastern islands resulted in the “Mirror Of the East” exhibition. In 1999, he and his scientist sister were short listed for the top forty candidates of the SCI-ART science and art partnership with a piece , combining stained glass structures and microscopic images, called  “the Language Of Cells”. He won an award from the minister of maritime and fisheries in 2002 for his efforts, as an artist, to save the environment. The black and white pencil and ink drawings and etchings of this exhibition were published in 1998 in a book called Bahasa Kalbu. Guruh Soekarno Putra, the son of the late President Soekarno reminded Enrico in his opening statement about 3 priciples: Political Freedom, Economical Independence and Cultural Personalty

V018 at cc10              1/6-30/6 (op1/6)


V019    Murals, All over town (jak)

V019A   Api Putih, Murals by Stefanus Prabowo, Jumiran, Acan and Santoso , pub10, 24-30/6. V019B Mencari Arah, murals by Dadah S and his team, pub10, 17-23/6. V019C Banjir (Kodok), Murals by Bambang Sugianto and Ogi and their team. pub10, 1-6/7. V019D Dunia Bermain Si Bujel, Murals by Kelompok Daur Ulang, Rano ,pub17, 10-16/6. V019E Tanah Air Kami, Superman, Penghargaan atas hidup, Let’s make them happy, City of Angels. Murals by Komunitas Corat Coret, Komunitas Seni Rupa, Universitas Negri, Jakarta (jak), pub17, 10-16/6 & 1-6/7. V019F Disharmonicolor, Murals by Joe Sidharta, pub17, 24-30/6. V019G Murals by A. Kelompok Udin Rese,  pub17, 24-30/6. V019H Murals by Kelompok Rawa Rawa, pub17, 24-30/6. V019I  Murals by Adut, pub17, 24-30/6


V020    Images and landscape, Photography exhibition            (CCF)

Scenery is one of the most important themes in the world of Photography, and becomes a subject approached by the photographs according to the codified system. This exhibition organized by the Centre Culturel Français presents the panorama of French contemporary photography through the creations of around 15 artists.

V020 at gal21             23/5-3/6 (op22/6)


V023            Pameran Tungal, exhibition by FX Harsono     (jak)

The beginning of the fifties witnessed the development of art that was highlighted by the establishment of institutions for formal art education. Thus came into being a new era in modern Indonesian art: academization of art. Academization of art in that period manifested in Seni Rupa Bandung (or Bandung School – now Fakultas Seni Rupa dan Desain, Faculty of Art and Design, Institut Teknologi Bandung, ITB), founded in 1947. and Seni Rupa Yogya ( now: Fakultas Seni Rupa dan Desain, Faculty of Art and Design, Institut Seni Indonesia – ISI, Indonesian Institute of Art), established in 1950. In the beginning stages of this academization of art there arose debates on issues of Indonesian identity in art, and on art in general. An accusation toward Bandung Art that its art was a Western laboratorium, i.e. art with Western characteristics, that was launched by Yogya Art who felt more deeply rooted in Indonesia, went on for about ten years as an interesting polemic. On the positive account, both sides gave arguments and evidence (in art creations) that in later days could be seen as creative forward leaps in the history of modern Indonesian art development. Bandung Art pioneered in abstract art creations, while Yogya Art oriented toward representational art. Indonesian artists representative of developments of that period included A. Sadali, Srihadi Soedarsono, But Muchtar, Mochtar Apin, Popo Iskandar, all from Bandung; and Affandi, Sudjojono, Hendra Gunawan, Widayat, Fajar Sidik and Edi Sunarso from Yogyakarta. Another milestone in the dynamic modern Indonesian art development occured in the seventies when two trends came to surface. First, the trend to explore traditional and primitive art of the Indonesian archipelago, undertaken by modern artists. And another, the trend to diffuse differences between the Bandung and Yogya group, in the form of joint activities by young Bandung and Yogya artists under the name of New Art Group (Kelompok Seni Rupa Baru). This period was later viewed as the decade in which Indonesian artists became conscious of the importance and the gravity of the need for an Indonesian art identity, to show difference from Western art identity that was dominant then. On the other hand, the new art movement appeared as a push to put importance in the need for progressive development in Indonesian art, to anticipate developments and challenges in many fields – politics, economics, social, culture, science- and technology – facing the Indonesian people. Diversity in creations increased, and artists’ visions expanded, as consequence of expression forms offered by the New Art Group. Their approach toward art creation tended to diffuse and combine art desciplines – painting, sculpture, graphics, ceramics – into one creation. In this period appeared F.X. Harsono. FX Harsono is an art activist. Born in 1948 in Blitar, Java,  He Graduated from the Advanced School of Indonesia Arts (ASRI). where he had his first solo exhibition, “The Social Change”. He believes that a work of art should express social problems, and frequently addresses in his installation works the urban and environmental issues important in Indonesia today.

V023 at gal10             4/6-13/6


V024            Children’s Games, Acrylics & Pastels by Ricardo Tourino (jak/EARG)

plastic artist and award winning national professor Ricardo Touriño was born in the city of Santiago del Estero, Argentina, in the year 1953, where he resides until today. Some notable achievements in his career: professor at the institute of fine arts “juan yapari”; murals and sculptures, individual and collective in Santiago del Estero, and overseas; as a graphic illustrator he has worked on books, newspapers and magazines; he has presided over conferences and discussions on art topics all over the world; co-founder of the plastic artists group “la urpila” that carried out prolific artistic activities since 1973; vice-president of the a.p.a.s.e. (the association of plastic artists of Santiago del Estero); as member of the cathedral restorations group, that carried out many works in Buenos Aires, Rosario and Santiago del Estero he was involved with: 1986 construction of the image of the virgin of inmaculada concepcion; 1986 restoration of religious images and painting work at the 16th century Sacro Museum; 1994 restoration of the basilic cathedral; 1995 restoration of Nartex at the metropolitan cathedral; 1997 two ceramic murals at the Spaini building; 1978 mural at the “Ambasador” hotel in Termas de Rio Hondo; 1978 designed “ la selva y el reino” (the jungle and the kingdom) and “los arboles mueren de pie” (the tree died standing) and theatre “25 de mayo” (may 25); 1980 dome murals of the “sagrados misterios chapel”; 1990 monument “missing person”. life size at the Plaza del Maestro; 1992 mural for the rugby argentinean championship at the tennis lawn in Santiago del Estero. Visual Artist Graciela Soria, presently in Jakarta, will curate the exhibition of 30 Pastels and acrylics of Ricardo Touriño. These works are about children at play. This exhibition is part of a combined exhibition: PHOTOGRAPHS, ILLUSTRATIONS, PRINTS, FILM, ACRYLICS &PASTELS, LITHOGRAPHY, ETCHING & SERIGRAPHY

V024 at gal14             8/6-21/6 (op8/6)


V025    Etnos, Paintings & Etchings by Graciela Soria

Selected works by Argentinian Artist
Vernissage: Tuesday June 3, 19.00 – 21.00 hrs 
Graciela Soria is a visual artist specializing in Graphics. She studied Graphic Arts in National Academy of Fine Arts, in Argentina and in Gesamnthochshule Kassel, in Germany. She has participated in many group and solo exhibitions, with paintings, photographs and graphics in Argentina, Kenya, Paraguay, and Indonesia. Graciela is very active in teaching painting and graphics, as well as acting as an art curator and choreographer.

V025 at cc11              3/6-6/6 (op3/6)


V026 and V026LA            Musical Images, The works of Annemarie Fledderus.  (jak/ENL)

Annemarie Fledderus works and lives in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She studied Graphic Art and Painting at the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. For many years she participated in the so called ” Open Art Studio Tour”, 
a yearly cultural manifestation of exhibitions in the centre of Amsterdam. As a qualified teacher at all levels, she teaches art including art-history, to teenage children and adults from different cultural backgrounds. Her Exhibition is entitled Musical Images. In this exhibition free association of music and images is transformed into a drawing or a painting, sometimes abstract, sometimes figurative. After having taken the fluent lines as a starting-point which resulted in abstract acrylic paintings, she printed a series of silkscreens of more figurative images of great simplicity. Also shown are the mixed-media drawings from the series “The Stage Bus Drawings” made Live during performances in 1995 of jazzmusicians from Indonesia and Holland, Luluk Purwanto and Rene van Heldingen, and the USA, Donald Dean and Henry Franklin. This exhibition certainly deserves your attention.

V026 at hot11                        16/6-30/6 (live action painting and music – 27/6)


V027    The Exuberance of the Soul, exhibition by Aida Prayogo and Lamat  (jak)

Painter Aida Prayogo was born in Sawahlunto on the 17th of September 1957. She earned her degrees from the Mc Ateer High School in San Fransisco, the Belair Beauty College in Houston Texas, the academy for Foreign Languages in Bandung and at the Academy for Secretary and management (ASMI) Jakarta. In her drawings and paintings,  life is shown as a struggle of movement. Her work is wild but directed. The lines and shapes on canvas embody a struggle, and the circles are spiritual symbols. Human life is full of unexpected emotions and continuous movement; full of anxieties and  jealousies, and faith in God the Creator of the Universe. Everything can be expressed in a context of freedom of emotion within the movement. All kinds of elements are taken from objects around us, like stones, coins, ropes, sands, metals and oil paints.  All of which express the treasures of nature given to human beings; express and becoming a concept on canvas.  In striking or expressing the concept of the work on canvas the artist wishes to let go of all rules, making the movement of emotional  freedom that embodies beauty without limits. In painting, she uses a variety media, oil paint, water colours, acrylics and painting on ceramics. For 2 years her journey through the processes of painting, has until now developed  from the expressionist approach, wherein emerges a desire to freely express emotionally that which has been buried to a more abstract approach. Guided by the artist Porboenuadi (Pungki) in exposing and expressing secret thoughts, and recently began experimenting with different media; in abstract painting the artist has found a surprising freedom. She has already exhibited solo and in groups in Jakarta, Bandung, Medan, Surabaya, Rome – Italy, Athens –  Greece, and The Hague – Holland.

V027    gal23               20/6-30/6


V028    Riduan Tomkins, Exhibition of Recent Works. (EDFAITC)

“Tomkins’ pigment discovers and occludes, reveals and withholds. And his innate elegance is a cross he must bear. You must be patient with it, long enough to get burnt by the blaze of his invention, by the annealing, cleansing quality of Tomkins’ endlessly clarifying vision,” writes critic G. M. Dault. Riduan is an internationally acclaimed artist. His work is included in prestigious public and private collections all over the world. As the title clearly expresses, the latest Riduan Tomkins paintings and works on paper, were all painted in Indonesia. Born 1941 Weymouth, Dorset, England, Riduan Tomkins came to Canada in the early eighties, and has once again returned to Canada after a nearly ten year sojourn as senior Lecturer in Painting at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. He has exhibited and participated in many of group exhibitions as well as solo exhibitions around the globe, including such notable galleries such as the Whitechapel Art Gallery in London, Betty Parsons Gallery in New York and Gallery one in Toronto. He has participated in many exhibitions, group and solo, across North and South America, throughout Europe and New Zealand. Tomkin’s work reflects the minimalists desire for an extreme simplicity, claarity or order, to suffice for universe. The two dimensionality of the canvas support is asserted in the paintings, by the use of flat, finely counter-balanced primary colours. There are frequently composed or juxtaposed in geometrical shapes that often suggest a sense of recession, or strong simple vertical, horizontal or diagonal contours define the colour-fields that also create the sense of a self contained universe.
V028 gal03                  9/6-19-7


V029 A Journey through Time , Photo’s in former days (EH)

At the exhibition A journey Through Time/ Photo’s in former days many surprising and often rarely published photo’s are on display, coming from the large collection of the Photo section (150.000) of the tropen museum in Amsterdam: Photo’s of nature and estates, of special rituals, towns and transport, of well-known and un known locations, family photo’s and official ones. A travel through Indoneisa and a travel through time.

cc01 21/5-7/6  9.00-14.00


V030    Live Action Painting by Mr. Susilo Prabangkara at the Zeita Gallery

Susilo Prabangkara was Born in Kediri in 1961. Learned the craft of painting from his father, the late Bapak Kasino Prabangkara, who was a government employee. He lives in Jakarta since basic school and has received many awards in the art world. He created monumental statues, painted for the Indonesian Army, worked on several animated film and cartoon productions, teaches in several schools and galleries, joined many group exhibitions in and outside of Indonesia, designs Textiles, Teaches batik and Chinese painting etc etc. 
Mr Susilo Prabangkara works at the Zeita Gallery where he teaches 3 days a week. His courses include Water color, oil painting, Chinese and Japanese painting. His schedule for classes are: Saturday 11 – 2 PM, Tuesday 2-5 PM Wednesday 5-8 PM. All suitable for adults and children. The Zeita Gallery is situated in the Kemang Area 
Jl. Timur 71, Jakarta Selatan. Tel: 71791773 . During JakArt @ 2003 Mr. Susilo Prabangkara will particpate with his program Live Action Painting. A serious presentation of his skills with water Color and Oil. 
The Zeita Gallery also features an exhibition during the whole month of June of the works of his Students.

V030 gal20                  28/6 14.00 – 17.00   

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the Minister of Culture and Tourism, Mr. I Gede Ardika 
the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Dr. N. Hassan Wirajuda 
the Confederation of Asia Pacific Festivals.
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MD001            Workshop Kreatifitas Seni Untuk anak – Creative Art Workshops for children  (jak)

Creative experience needs to begin at an early age, for it is basic in supporting the creative potential in each human being.  Through the creativity workshop, JakArt Festival 2003 acts as a facilitator for children to express themselves and to develop their productivity potential.  The experience aims to appreciate the sense of beauty existing within each human being. There are many benefits for children, if the creativity experience given through the arts can be carried  on as it will form an important part of their life.  JakArt Festival focuses on quality within the creative experience.  Quality needs to be explored by the children, because this can influence their future development to become useful members of their social communities. This event is coordinated by Dolorosa Sinaga. Some programs are: “Painting on paper” workshop (Nugrahanto), “Making a statue from clay” workshop (Budi, Rinjani, Dharani), “Making and painting masks” workshop (Galis), “T-shirt drawing” workshop (Alit Ambara), 2Monoprint on paper and fabrics” workshop (Setyaningsih), “Making souvenirs” workshop : “Photo frame, Greeting cards, Box decorating” workshop (RW Mulyadi, Taufan), “Face Painting” workshop (Sridadi & Sena S), “Making and decorating kites” workshop (Sari Madjid)

MD001 gal10, 8/6, 15/6, 22/6, 29/6            10.00 – 15.00


MD002  Idola* anak dari tempat pembuangan sampah – Idols* of children from the dump site

photo exhibition (jak/HW/PI/OAPG/SMOJ/ YDI)

Children of wastepickers from Bantar Gebang have photographed their idols: 
Elvy Sukaesih, Iis Dahlia, Krisdayanti, Roger Danuarta and many more dangdut singers, soap opera stars, TV-presenters and other very important celebrities. Their immense photographs (1,2 meter times 2,4 meter) are exhibited at Senayan Square in South Jakarta.  The sparkling opening (June 11) of the exhibition will be attended by Idols (well known celebrities), young photographers (yet unknown celebrities), groupies, journalists and many other curious people who love celebrities and the unique combination of glitter and garbage. History: Their life is the garbage. Their window on the world is the television. Their idols are models, soap-opera stars, dangdut singers, and other celebrities. They are the children of Bantar Gebang. They live on Indonesia’s largest garbage belt, on the outskirts of Jakarta. Most of them live in miserable huts, built from scraps of plastic sheeting, wood and metal. Their school building is just a wooden shack, with chicken wire for windows. Many of these children help their parents with their jobs as wastepickers. They spend hours and hours turning over each scrap of other people’s garbage, looking for something useful they can sell. In the framework of JakArt@2003, about twenty of these children had the opportunity to meet their idols – as photographers, as real artists, meeting in the flesh the celebrities they have always wanted so much to meet. Just for once in their lives they stepped into the glittering side of life, into the world that unfolds itself before their eyes everyday on the television, but which is a world away from their own lives on the garbage belt. Their adventure began when each of them got a camera, and training in photography, consisting of very simple directions: Hold the camera like this. Don’t cover the lens with your finger. Aim carefully. Don’t open the camera if the film is in it. Etc. And then they were ready to meet their idols. One celebrity gave the children no more than five minutes to take pictures. It was a hurried job, between the dressing room and the stage. Other idols gave the children half an hour of quality time and showered them with presents. The children were invited to the homes of their idols, or were received in the garden of an exclusive hotel, in the office of JakArt, in a concert-hall, or on the film set. The children were always very impressed. To begin with most of them were a little confused and shy, but gradually they became used to their new role as a photographers, and in the end all of them felt very satisfied and intensely proud. They all cherish the pictures they took. A selection of these pictures has been included in the exhibition and the book that will be launched during JakArt@2003. Proceeds from the sale of the book will go to the young scavengers, among other things, to their own radio station: Radio Anak Kampung Bantar Gebang.

MD002 at pub27  11/6 – 30/6


MD003 Bila Ratih Sang Berpuisi – When Ratih Sang recites poetry, by Ratih Sang (jak)

“Rumah Muslimah” Ratih Sang is specialised in household needs for Muslim Women, such as clothing, head covers, shawls, bags, accessories, house ware, etc.  Ratih Sang is a famous Indonesian model for Islamic fashion, and has established a school for modelling and self development based on Islamic teachings  “Lembaga Pendidikan Ratihsang.”  She is motivated to convey the Islamic teachings. Through her experience of modelling, she is convinced that as a Muslim one can still look fashionable and appealing. This has inspired her to study Islam for the past 3 years and to become a dedicated muslim. Her school also features a parenting program: “nowadays it is becoming increasingly difficult for parents to communicate with their children”. Ratih Sang will recite poetry during the openings ceremony of the JakArt@ 2003 festival.

MD003 com33, 4/6


MD005            Mahabharata, Jagad ironing Pasemon – the world in proverbs (jak)

Dalang and Music by Nanang Hape and Kiky Dunung

Nanang HaPe was Born in Ponorogo on the 15th of August 1975. Graduated from Indonesian School of Performing Arts (Sekolah Tinggi Seni Indonesia) in Surakarta, majoring in Traditional Classic Puppetry. Besides having a routine performance in East and Central Java and also Jakarta, this talented young  puppeteer is also active in various studies and Wayang research. One of his previous researches was about Wayang Timplong in Nganjuk, East java. His passion for shadow puppetry led him to perform at Arts Festivals and Arts Events, with Wayang Sandosa and Wayang Layar Panjang, an avant garde shadow puppetry based on classic Javanese wayang. Although he dedicated himself totally in traditional art & culture, he also likes to write modern scripts, articles as well as short stories. “Bedhol Kayon”: As with any other art form, wayang is open to various kinds of experimentation. These experiments contribute towards the awareness that people need to live a balanced life. Universal acceptance of art is a goal. “Budhalan”: Mahabharata is chosen as the main story. It is highly complex teaching narrated in a language that we all can understand. “Lakon”: Pandawa and Korawa are chosen to reflect the journey through human life. Birth, marriage, death…and then what? “Tancep Kayon”: Questions will emerge and then we will decide our own fate. In that final ascendance, there will be no more kinship. It’s time to be responsible for our own choices. During the JakArt @ 2003 Festival, Nanang and Kiky will perform daily from the June 10 – 27

MD005 the04, 10/6 – 27/6            19.00 – 19.45


MD006 Pelukis Bunyi, contemporary Batik painting by Haryo Wisanggeni

exhibition and live action batik making with music and dance by Wukir (jak)

COLLABORATION OF FINE ART, MUSIC, AND DANCE. Tones don´t ´grip´ sufficiently to be called “klangenan” and can´t stand alone for Haryo Wisanggeni. THE MARRIAGE OF HARYO WISANGGENI 
Haryo Wisanggeni tried to integrate sound, dance and fine arts into contemporary batik, incorporated in ritualistic patterns. During JakArt@2003, Haryo is will collaborate with 3 artists: Wukir Suryadi, a musician, born in Malang, December 27, 1997. He performed with Idiot Theatre, Tanah Theatre in Malang, Ragil Theatre in Surabaya, Bengkel Teater Rendra and Kelompok Penyanyi Jalanan (KPJ) Jakarta. He has produced an Indie album, entitled “Sembelit”. Subur, born in Jakarta, grew up in the artistic environment of Teater Tetas, Gelanggang Remaja, Bulungan Jakarta Selatan. He has assisted the composer Slamet Abdul Syukur for several shows. Presently he is active in KPJ assisting with the making of soundtracks for film and theatre. 
Nanang, born in Bojonegoro, loves painting and music. He has worked in several large and small scale productions with Haryo Wisanggeni over the years.

MD006 pub30/ 22/6, 17.00


MD007 Oseng-oseng, a multidimensional Performances Art-installation featuring Agoes Jolly and Made Beery Tukijo and their performance team.  (jak/PH/ESUI)

Expression on the Art of Cooking. An Installation conceived, directed and performed by Agoes Jolly (Jakarta, Indonesia) and Made BEERY Tukijo (Bernhard Batschelet, Swiss) and their performance team. A Performance-Ritual in three Parts, conceived for JakArt@2003. This installation includes three parts:

2 outdoor-performances and 1 indoor-performance with a documentational multimedia-installation, three performances within three different sociocultural environments. Oseng-Oseng (stirring food) is one big Ritual about Cooking and Eating, about production and consumption, about making food (or ideas, opinion, etc) and being fed with it, voluntarily, inadvertently or forcefully. A performance art-installation including theater, music, ritual, dance, performance, recitation, visual arts, as well as a video, slide and foto-installation (culmination of all three performances). The artists: Agoes Hari Rahardja. SA, (Author, direction, performer, visual artist) named Agoes Jolly (Jakarta, Indonesia) is one of the formost Indonesian performances artists. He is equally known for his Installation-WOrk. He graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts of Jakarta Institute of the Arts…. Made BEERY Tukijo, (Bernhard Batschelet, Basel-Switzerland) co-Author, director, performer, flutist, composer, has a broad portfolio: soloist diploma as a flutist from Music Academy Basel, Switzerland, MA and PHD in musicologyu and composition from UCSD (University of California in San Diego). Broad activities as a composer, performance-installation artist, flutist, organizer of multidimensional events. Activities in garden architecture and environmental design (California), nature protection (President Mountain Wilderness International), politics (Basel Parliament) and mountaineering. Since 1987 yearly cultural exchange with Indonesia. Collaborations with bestknown Indonesian artists, like Afrizal Malna, Joseph Praba, Bodhy Darma, Edi Utama, Agus Purwantoro, Wayan S. Jiwatman and others, now with Agoes Jolly. In the third week of June 2003, BEERY Tukijo Batschelet will celebrate the vernissage of his new ALBUM MINANGKABAU (a drawing-book on the vaning of West-Sumatra’s Minangkabau Culture) in Jakarta.

The other performaers are: Ahmad Fahmi Alatas (Jakarta) (music composition, sound engineer, performer), BEI from Teater Mandiri (tokoh kursi I), Boim alumni IKJ (Institut Kesenian Jakarta)(tokoh kursi II), Fuad Idris alumni IKJ (tokoh kursi III), Andi director Teater Mega-mega (tokoh kursi IV), Devi studying theatre at IKJ (tokoh kursi V), Nina studying Dance at IKJ (tokoh pelayan). Production and Organisation Team: Andi Lomsky, Ipul, and others

MD007 the04, 7/6 17.00, pub27, 8/6 17.00, gal22, 11/6 17.30, exhibition at gal22, 11/6 – 16/6


MD011            ‘Karena Serakah’ and ‘pak Tua dan Tikus’ – ‘because of greed’ and ‘the old man and the mouse’. 2 stories By Yayasan Anak Bangsa Indonesia, performances at 50 schools (YABI)

Yayasan Anak Bangsa Indonesia will perform 50 times at 22 different primary schools and kindergartens. Their performances consist of 2 Children Folk Tales. (Dongeng anak). Denny Kadarusman or Kak Denny was born in Jakarta, October 6, 1974. He started to tell stories (fables) in 1998 at several schools and Malls. He established Yayasan Anak bangsa Indonesia (YABI) in 2001. He has been involved in several UNICEF programs  and plays an important role for the Yayasan Bahtera Bandung in caring for street children. Story telling stimulates children’s enormous curiosity and builds their fantasy and imagination. The growth and the rapid changes in our high speed society leaves little interest in the art of simple story-telling. The truth is, that simple story-telling is essential for the moral education of our children. The fables will refocus the children’s attention on the real world and the environment in which they live, away from the digital and virtual world created through electronic media. The stories invite the audience to participate and the children to interact. The activities include Children Fables, Quizzes and Interactive Games.

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MD013 Bogel Anak Jaman by Bengkel “Creative” Anak Indonesia, Operet kampungan.

Musical Drama for children. (jak)

The task to reconstruct and revitelize the artistic vision in a child’s life is the responsibilty of every artist. With art we can mould a child to be balanced in mind and feelings. An alternative education that emphasizes art values for a child, will cultivate (sharpen) his talent, creativity and social awareness. This is the aim of the Bengkel Creative Anak Indonesia.  The work of these children is to show to the world the value of Indonesia and it’s ability to compete internationally. These children have channelled their creativity through Bengkel “Creative” Anak Indonesia, directed by Nendra WD. By performing operette kampungan “bogel anak jaman” during JakArt @ 2003 they will show their creative potential. With this performance we learn that the artistic spirit of the kids is very strong and should be given more attention. Some of these young participants have been featured in some Cinetron, soap series and TV commercials.They can also sing. They will perform a musical drama about nationalism and respect for other nations.

MD013            pub31,7/6 16.55, pub30, 8/6 15.00, off10, 14/6 16.00, gal11, 15/6 10.00, off10, 21/6 15.00, Gal11, 22/6 15.00, pub27, 26/6 16.30, mil01, 27/6 13.30, sch13, 28/6 19.00, gal11, 29/6 15.00


MD015            photographs, illustrations, prints, films, acrylics, pastels, lithography, etching & serigraphy. Combined exhibition. (jak/EARG/ESUI/DMG)

A combined exhibition at Gedung Dua8, Jl. Kemang Utara No 28 Jakarta

Featuring several exhibitions from 5 different countries: ‘Childrens’ Games, 30 Acrylics and Pastels by Ricardo Tourino (Argentina)V024 , Affandi, The Graphics,  Lithography, Etching and Serigraphy by Affandi (Indonesia) V009, Geometry and Natural Lines, 8 illustrations & 7 prints by Daniel Dick (USA) V010, Djakarta, Jakarta, Jakarte, 50 Photographs of and about Jakarta by William R. Durman (Great Britain) V016, and three Suisse films: Les Petites Couleurs, by Patricia Plattner, War Photographer by Nino Jacusso and Escape to Paradise by Christian Frei, (Switzerland). Les petit Couleurs by Patricia Plattner will be shown on the opening night.  All movies will be shown during Swiss Sensations Month F002 at gal14

MD015 gal14, 8/6-21/6 (op 8/6)


MD016 Nyanyian Bumi (erath song) – by Komunitas Hitam Putih, Contemporary Balinese Music, Dance and performance art. 85 artists.

Komunitas Hitam Putih has a total concept in which their arts poetry, dance, Music, and acting, are intergrated in a single harmonic form. Komunitas Hitam Putih is supported by a team with great technical potential for integration and harmony. For Komunitas Hitam Putih, JakArt @2003 is providing a timely opportunity to draw the attention of  the  Indonesian arts community to their work. The “Nyanyian Bumi” performance has a theme which is to bring peacefullness to the earth.  This performance includes both music and art, which integrated results in a colosal performance, including 85 performers, from the professional artists to the general people who care about arts and peace. This performance includes contemporary balinese Music and traditional Dance and Perfomance Art. This concept is developed from the Hindu-Bali philosophy which is often known as Nawasanga. A religion which includes 9 Gods, 9 winds directions, and 9 colors. “A symbol of human balance”.

MD016 pub30, 22/6 19.30, fco07, 28/6 19.30


MD017 Kemang Street Festival, Jalan Kemang Festival, distinctive arts and cultural works presented in a one day street festival. Bazaar, parades, art performances, exhibitions, games and sports. (jak/RC.COM)

Jakartans and expatriates will have a spectacular treat when some of Indonesia’s most distinctive arts and cultural works are presented in a one-day Kemang Street Festival (KSF). The 3rd Kemang Street Festival, organized in conjunction with the Jakarta’s 476th anniversary. As in the previous festivals, the 3rd Kemang Street Festival will occupy a one-kilometer long stratch on Jl. Kemang. The 3rd Kemang Street Festival is being organized by Rajacraft.com, in cooperation with Kemang business circles and the city administration.

The 1st and the 2nd Kemang Street Festival were an incredible success, with over 50,000 and 250,000 enthusiastic visitors respectively. With better preparation based on the previous experience in organizing the similar event, the upcoming festival is expected to be more attractive and lively.

MD017 pub31, 7/6


MD018 Pesta Budaya Rakyat dan Hutan Wisata Kali Pesanggrahan, the pesanggrahan River Forrest folk festival.

In the middle of a densely populated South Jakarta, there is still space for a forest and fauna. The most significant part is called the forest of Kali Pesanggrahan. Actually this area almost vanished, but it was saved by few of the farmers who really cared about this environment. According to the book of Babad Cirebon in the year of 1522, Kanjeng Sunan Jati ordered his son in law, Syarief Hidayatullah, also known as Fatahillah, to protect the Sunda Kelapa Harbour from the Padjajaran and the Portuguese. Then the Adipati from Cinere, Cirebon, a delegation from Fatahillah, and 80 men of his army conquered and cleared a forest to build a new settlement now known as  Karang Tengah and Cinere. Since 1992, a lot of farmers from the Karang Tengah Village, Lebak Bulus, used this land for agriculture. In 1997 Mr.Chaerudin gathered a group of 17 farmers known as “ bambu kuning “. During their activities in developing the forest they changed their name into “ Sangga Buana “ (Sangga: a post to support an object above;  Buana: Earth consisting of air, plants, water, animals, etc , which need to be nourished to become everlasting). Sangga Buana “ a group of farmers protecting the environment and rebuilding the community. They aim to improve the relation between nature and the people and to secure the territory of the Kali Pesanggrahan Karang Tengah. Sangga Buana has organized a 3 day festival celebrating with traditional art, performances, sport and games: Flying Fox, Penyeberangan basah, Penyeberangan kering, Rapheling, Jembatan gantung, Jembatan goyang, Jalan di atas bambu, Jalan miring, Permainan layang-layang gebang, Atraksi alam, Uji coba rakit hias, Pasang obor sepanjang 500 M., Permainan anak-anak dan Pemutaran Film Lingkungan, Monkey games, Tepak kepala, Pasang api unggun, Renungan suci, Hiburan Rakyat, Ondel-ondel, Pencak silat, Tanjidor, Delman hias, Drumband, Pramuka Gudep HB IX, Parade rakit hias, Lintas alam dengan halang rintang, Tarian Betawi Selamat Datang, Tarian Melayu  and music.

MD018 com33, 12+13+14/6


MD019 Openenings Ceremony JakArt @ 2003-05-26

The openings ceremony of JakArt @ 2003 include the following events: V031 Installation of Bottles by Mikhail David and Rachmadi Fiedorowicz. M019 Dis’ BoOet, Techno Ethnic Music featuring Suaharani and Doni Suhendra. Cerita Hal Ikhwal hutan kali Pesanggrahan by Mr. Chaerudin. MD005 Wayang Kulit, “The Jungle species” by Nanang Hape (Dalang) & Kiky Dunung (music). MD002 Book launching of Idols(*) of Children From The Dumpsite, A contemporary photo project  on the interface between  culture and education A selection of these pictures has been included in an exhibition. MD021  The Reda Folkloric Troup, Traditional Music and Dance from Egypts (jak/ MFAE/MCE). MD022 Aisha A.S. Pletsher and Aning Katamsi and Poetry reading by Wisnu Prajudha. Some works of Ravel, Jaya Suprana, Mochtar Embut and others

Aisha has her master degree form the Manhatten School of Music, New York and has performed all over the world. During the last few years she has been dedicating herself to the development of the YPM. (Foundation for Musical Education, Jakarta. Presently the YPM has more then 1800 registered students) Aning Katamsi is a well respected Classical Vocalist who performes very often as a solist or in combination with orchestra. She teaches in YPM. MD003 A Special poem written by Ratih Sang for JakArt @ 2003 called Namaku Jati is recited by Wisnu Prajudha, a wellknown actor for cinetron and presenter at RCTI Television. He hosted several shows including “Buah Bibir. At this time he hosts  more religious programs like “Islam Actual” (every Saturday) and “a meaningful life” (every Sunday). As an announcer at Pesona FM (103,7 FM) radio, you can listen to him every morning (mo-fr) 5.30 – 9.00 AM. Ratih Sang is a famous Indonesian model for Islamic fashion, and has established a school for modelling and self development based on Islamic teachings  “Lembaga Pendidikan Ratihsang.” She is motivated to convey the Islamic teachings. Through her experience of modelling, she is convinced that as a Muslim one can still look fashionable and appealing. This has inspired her to study Islam for the past 3 years and to become a dedicated muslim. Her school also features a parenting program: “nowadays it is becoming increasingly difficult for parents to communicate with their children”.

MD019 com33, 4/6 20.00


MD020 Banda Bra-Ma by Jilly Likumahuwa, Brazilian culture.

What is Banda Bra-Ma? The word is taken from both Indonesian and Portuguese. Banda (Portuguese) means band and Bra-Ma (Indonesian) has several meanings including Brasil Mania (the group is crazy about anything Brazilian, Brani Mati (they are ready to die to perform), Brani Malu (they are unashamed to play in any situation). The concept offers a way to learn about Brazilian music for people in Indonesia. We are eager to help others to learn about Samba, Capoeira and Batucada etc.. The Brazilian dance, Samba, introduced by slaves in the past, contains elements of African dance. It became popular with the annual Carnivals throughout Brazil, especially in Samba O Dromo, Rio De Janeiro, where the famous Samba parade is held.

The Capoeira martial art form originally came from Angola in the 16th century, where often the slaves had to fight for food and space. If they were caught fighting they would be shot or hung. The slaves developed tricky moves to fool the guards, and that is how the dances were developed. Popularized in Bahia, Salvador.

Batucada is a music genre from Brazil based on percussion. The accompanying dancers also sing.. Usually the dance performed is the Samba.

MD020 pub30, 1/6


MD021 The Reda Folkloric Troup, Traditional Music and Dance from Egypts (jak/ MFAE/MCE)

Born on 18 March 1930 in Cairo, Mahmoud Reda, general director of the Reda Troup pioneered dance theatre in Egypt. In 1959 he founded the first folk dance company « The Reda Troupe » to present Egypt’s rich dance heritage in theatrical form.  The Reda Folkloric Troup has toured several times around the globe, performing on the world’s most prestigious stages revealing the cultural and social aspects of Egyptian daily life Presently their company consists of 140 members. The first dancer, Fareda Fahme is a well know leading dancer. Most of the repetoir is composed by Ali Essmaen. For their visit in Jakarta the group will bring 15 members. The 4 musicians are: Nabil Yousri El Sayed Ahmed, Adel Zaki El Sawy Mohamed, Moussa labib Mohamed and Antar Hussein Abdel Salam. The dancers are: Nasr Saleh Mohamed, Reham Mohamed Taha, Doaa Hassan Salam, Zeinab Ramadan Abdul Moneim, Dalia Hussein Mohamed, Eman Yusri Riyad, Mohamed El Sayed El Husseiney, Ashraf Farid Hassan, Ahmed Farouk Mahmoud, Hassan Farouk Helal Mohamed and Abdel Hakim Helal Mohamed.

MD021 com33, 4/6 23.00, mil01, 6/6 11.00, hot04, 7/6 20.00, res05, 8/6 19.00 , pub27, 11/6 19.30


MD022 Aisha A.S. Pletsher and Aning Katamsi, Some works of Ravel, Jaya Suprana, Mochtar Embut and others (jak)

MD022 com33, 4/6 20.00


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Lebak Bulus – Kec. Cilandak, Jakarta selatan 
Cp: Chaerudin (chairman) 021-75901958

Kampung Pegangsaan 
Jl. Raya Bekasi, Km 20 
Pegangsaan II, Rt 02,/ Rw01 
Jakarta Utara 

Kampung Pegansaan
Jl. Raya Bekasi, Km 20
Pegangsaan II, Rt 04/Rw01
Jakarta Utara

Kecamatan Parung Panjang 
Jl. Mohammad Toha no 1 
Parung Pnajang, Bogor barat 

Halaman SD Negri I Cikuda 
Jl Raya Cikuda 
Bogor Barat

Bale Air (Panggung Musik) 
Jl gatot Subroto kav 18 
Jakarta Selatan 
Tel: 021-5203886 fax: 021-5203856

Gading Food city 
Jalan Bulevar Kelapa Gading Blok
M Kelapa Gading Permai
Jakarta Utara 14240

Kelapa gading Mal 
Jalan Bulevar Kelapa Gading Blok M
Kelapa Gading Permai
Jakarta 14240

Gading Batavia 
Jl Raya Gading Batavia 
Bldg 9-18
Bulevar barat, Kelapa Gading
Jakarta 14240
Tel: 021-45854372

Duta Fine Arts Foundation 
Jl Kemang Utara 55A 
Jakarta Selatan 12730 
Tel: 021-7197528

Galeri Nasional 
Jl. Medan Merdeka Timur no 14 
Jakarta Indonesia 
Tel: 021-34833954 / 34833955 / 3848791 / 3813021

Galeri Nasional – outdoor 
Jl. Medan Merdeka Timur no 14
Jakarta Indonesia

Gedung dua8
jl. kemang utara 28 
jakarta 12730 
tel +62 21 71792049 / 52 
fax +62 21 71791419 

Zeita Gallery & Studio
Jl. Kemang Timur 71
Jakarta Selatan. 12730
Telp/Fax: 021-71791773

Bentara Budaya Jakarta
Jl. Palmerah Selatan 17, Jakarta 10270 Indonesia 
Tel: 021-548-3008 / 5480888/ 5490666 ext 7910-11

Galeri Cipta III 
Jalan Cikini Raya 73, Jakarta 10330 
Tel: 021-337325 
Fax: 021-324616

JakArt Centre 
S.Widjojo Building 
Jl.Jendral Sudirman Kav.71 
Jakarta selatan 

Taman Balai Kota 
Jl.Medan Merdeka Selatan no 8-9 
Jakarta Pusat

Sunda Kelapa Harbour 
Sunda Kelapa 
Jakarta Utara

Jakarta Hilton International 
Jl. Gatot Subroto, Jakarta 
PO Box 3315, Jakarta 10002 
Tel. +62-21-5703600 fax: +62-21-5733089 
Website: http://www.hiltonindonesia.com

Shangrilla hotel 
Jl.Jendral Sudirman Kav.1 
BNI City Komplek  – Jakarta Selatan 10220 
Telp. 5707440

Santika Hotel 
Jl. Aipda K.S.Tubun no 7 
Slipi, Jakarta Barat 11000 
Tel 021-5330350

Kindergarten and elementary schools around Jakarta

TK Wali Songo,
Jl. Raya Hankam Bekasi

TK Nurul Iman, 
Jl. Raya Kranggan, Swadaya Bekasi

Jl. Kampung Raden, Bekasi

TK Hidayatul, 
Jl. Pasar Kranggan

TK Strada Nawar, 
Jl. Raya Hankam

TK Nasional, 
Jl. Bojong Nangka

TK Firdaus, 
Jl. Pondok Melati Pondok Gede

Jl. Raya TMII

TK Serumpun, 
Jl. Lubang Buaya

TPA Nurul Iman, 
Jl. Mesjid Al-Ummar, June 7

TK Az-Zaitun,
Jl. Komplek Kranggan Permai, Bekasi

TK Asy-Syofaniah, 
Jl. Raya Hankam Pondok Melati

TPA Nurul Iman, 
Jl. Raya Kranggan Kampus, Jati Ranggon

TK Al-Jannah,
Jl. TPU Pondok Ranggon, Cibubur

TK Faturrahman, 
Jl. Ciangsana, Bogor

TK Al-Khaiiriyah,
Jl. Raya Pondok Gede

TK At-Tohiriyah, 
Jl. KH. Abdullah Syafi’i.

TPA Mitahul Huda,
Jl. Kranggan Kulon

TK Islam Al-Insan,
Jl. Curug Raya Jatiwaringin

TK Tugu Ibu, 
JL. Radat AURI Jatiasih

TPA Serumpun, 
Jl. Lubang Buaya, Cipayung

TK AL-Iman,
Jl. Cipinang Jaya, Jatinegara

TK AL-Budaya,
Jl. Cipinang Kebemben

TK Telas,
Jl. Cipinang Cempedak

TK Islam Kartini,
Jl. Cipinang Melayu

TK Angkasa Halim P,
Jl. Mustang Halim

TK Ar-Rahman,
Jl. Dewi Sartika, Cawang

TK Al-Ismah,
Jl. Pisangan Lama III no.20

TK Budhis Silapara, 
Jl. Raya Cipinang Jaya

TK Asy-Sahban II, 
Jl. Masjid Al – Barkah, Jatiwaringin

TK Asy Syadah, 
Jl. Kalimalang, June 18

TK Nusa Melati, 
Jl. Raya Cipayung

TK Darma Bakti, 
Jl. Raya Bogor, Cimanggis

TK Strada St Anna, 
Jl. Laut Arafuru, Duren Sawit

TK Raudatul Muta’alim, 
Jl. Cipinang Muara III

TK Triwindu, 
Jl. Jatinegara Barat

TK Uswatun Hasanah, 
Jl. Pedati Raya, Otista

TK St Maria Fatimah, 
Jl. Jatinegara Barat

TK Santo Markus II, 
Jl. Raya Pondok Gede, Cipayung

TPA Hidayatul Taufik, 
Jl. Pasar Kranggan

TK Almarzukiyah, 
Jl. Kemang Raya

TK Bentara Indonesia, 
Jl. Mulia Jaya VI Bekasi

TK Nurul Iman, 
Jl. Kesehatan VII Jakarta

TPA Serumpun, 
Jl. Lubang Buaya, Cipayung

TK Tauladan 17 Agusutus, 
JL. Tebet Dalam

TPA Nurul Jannah, 
Jl. Masjid Al-Ummar Cipayung

TK Strada,
Jl. Kp. Sawah Bekasi

TKI Al-Ummar,
Jl. Masjid Al-Ummar, Lubang Buaya

TK Dinamika,
Jl. Komp. Kranggan Permai, Bekasi

TKI Zaitun, 
Jl. Plaza Cibubury

Mal Ciputra Jakarta 
Jl. Arteri Letjen S. Parma
Grogol, Jakarta Barat
Tel: 021-5662121

Pasar Festival 
Jl.H.R Rasuna Said Kav C22 
Menteng, Jakarta Pusat 
Tel: 021-5263211

Senayan Square 
Jl. Asia Afrika 
Jakarta 10270 Selatan 

Supermal Karawaci 
Menara Asia, 101 Boulevard Diponegoro 
No 01/00, Lippo Karawaci 1200 
Tangerang 15811 
Tel: 021-5466666

Sigitiga Atrium 
Jl. Senen Raya 135 
Jakarta Pusat 
Tel: 021-3853985

Rumah Sakit Pusat Angkatan Darat 
Jl. Abdul Rahman Saleh no 24 
Senen, Jakarta 
Tel: 021-3441008

TIM 21 
Jl.Cikini Raya 73 
Taman Ismail Marzuki 
Jakarta Pusat 

Blok M 21
Blok M Mall
Jl. Bulungan No.76
Jakarta Selatan 

Cilandak 21 
Terletak Town Square Cilandak lt.2 
Jl. TB Simatupang Kav 17

Gedung Cipta niaga 
Jl.Kalibesar Timur IV No. 1 
Jakarta barat

World Trade Center 
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav.29
Jakarta 12920

Departemen Pendidikan Nasional 
Plaza Gedung A. 
Jl. Jend Sudirman Senayan 
Jakarta 10270

Kantor Pemasaran Apartemen Pakubuwono 
Jl. Pakubuwono no 6, Kebayoran Baru 
Jakarta Selatan

Asean Sekretariat 
Jl. Sisingamangaradja 70 A, 
Jakarta Selatan 12110 
Website: http:// www.aseansec.org

Plaza Indonesia 
Jl. M.H. Thamrin Kav 28-30 
Jakarta 10350 

Plaza Senayan 
Jl. Asia Afrika no 8 
Jakarta 10270 Selatan

Lembaga Pemasyarakatan Wanita Klas IIA 
Departemen Kumdang RI Wilayah VII DKI Jaya 


Fatahillah Square 
Jalan Pintu Besar Utara
Jakarta Barat

Fly over Cawang

Fly over Tomang Slipi

Senayan Square 
Jl. Asia Afrika 
Jakarta 10270 Selatan 

Tugu Tani 
Jl. Tugu tani 
Jakarta Pusat

Jl. Kali Besar Timur 
Jakarta Utara

Kemang Raya 
Jl. Kemang Raya Area. 
Jakarta Selatan

Menteng Area 
Jakarta Pusat.

Jl. Harmoni 
Jakarta Pusat

Monas Square 
Jakarta Pusat

Terowongan Cassablanca

Taman Sari 
Bulevar Gajah Mada 
Lippo Karawaci 100, Tangerang 15811

Yayasan Pembinaan Anak-Anak Cacat 
YPAC Cabang Jakarta 
Jln. Hanglekiu III/19 
Jakarta Selatan 
Telp. 724 3123

Institut Musik Daya 
Jl. Taman Kemang I kav 11
Jakarta 12730
Tel/fax: 021-71792331

Lembaga Pendidikan Musik Farabi 
Jl Darmawangsa XI no 5 Kebayoran Baru 
Jakarta Selatan 
Telp 7224407,72790973

ak.’sa.ra bookstore 
Jl. Kemang Raya no. 8b / Jakarta 12730 
Tel: 021-7199288

Gelanggang Olah Raga Senen
Stasiun Senen, Jakarta Pusat

Gelanggang Olah Raga Kecamatan kelapa Gading
Jalan Putih Salju, komplek Walikota
Kelapa Gading
Jakarta Utara

Bela Studio 
Lapangan Sawo Rawamangun
Jakarta Timur
Telp: 475 7770

Balai Latihan Kesenian Jakarta Barat 
Jl. Rama Raya no 1 
Persada Sayang, Cengkareng (Kel. Rawa Buaya) 

Balai Latihan Kesenian Jakarta Selatan 
Jl. Asem Baris no 100, Kebon Baru, Tebet 
Jakarta Selatan 12830 
Tel: 021-83792225

Balai Latihan Kesenian Jakarta Timur 
Jl. H.Naman no 17, Kompl. Perum Karyawan DKI
Pondok Kelapa, Jakarta Timur 13450
Tel: 021-8656012

Balai Latihan Kesenian Jakarta Utara 
Jl Yos Sudarso no 27-29 
Tanjung Priok, Jakarta Utara 
Tel: 021-4354934

Teater Kecil 
Taman Ismail Marzuki 
Jl. Cikini Raya 73, Jakarta Pusat

Balai Latihan Kesenian Jakarta Pusat 
Jl.KH.Mas Mansyur No.130A 
Telp. 021-3143765

IKJ, Institut Kesenian jakarta
Taman Ismail Marzuki
Jl. Cikini Raya 73, Jakarta Pusat

Institut pertanian Bogor
Kantor Pusat: Gedung Rektorat Lt.2
Kampus IPB Darmaga, 
Tel: 0251-622642, Fax: 0251-622708

Universitas Islam Negeri
Jl.H.Juanda No.95 Ciputat
Jakarta Selatan

Universitas Trisakti
Jl. Kyai Taa no 1 
Grogol, Jakarta Barat 
Tel: 5663232