Associate Professor Sharyn Davies, Director of the Herb Feith Indonesia Engagement Centre and Indonesian Consulate General Melbourne 2022 Award winner, explains what the award means to her.
In Indonesia, the Bali-based rock band Navicula has spent the past 25 years tackling some of the country’s biggest social and environmental ills — corruption, human rights abuses, religious extremism, pollution, deforestation — through powerful, gritty, anthemic tracks.
Hundreds of culturally significant artefacts from an historic Asian shipwreck that were offered for sale online before being seized under Australian legislation have been returned to the Indonesian Government.
A team of Griffith University archaeologists has received the prestigious Achmad Bakrie Award, one of the most important awards in Indonesia for science, technology, social thought and literature.
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The quality and appeal of child-friendly broadcast programs in Indonesia are improving with an increase in their advertising revenue, deputy chairperson of the Indonesian Broadcasting Commission has said.
The celebration ahead of the 77th Independence Day of the Republic of Indonesia was held at Tiger Trek at Taronga Zoo.
Indonesian collective Taring Padi reflects on the controversy over their art that paralyzed Documenta
Documenta tends to be a fire-starter. Every five years, the German art show arrives as a big statement about the state of art now, and it has often inspired its fair share of controversy.
The Senior Yolŋu artist’s winning piece incorporates the traditional technique of creating dhomala, a kind of woven sail adopted by Yolŋu people from the Makassar people in South Sulawesi of Indonesia through centuries of contact and trade.
A recent incident in which a Muslim student in Indonesia was allegedly forced to wear a hijab by her teachers, which led to her depression, has again highlighted intolerance in Indonesia and a breach of the right of individuals to make choices.
Citayam Fashion Week — an organic fashion phenomenon based around a crosswalk near the Dukuh Atas station and park area in Central Jakarta — is the hot new thing in Indonesia’s capital.
Lengger Lanang: Immortalising a vanishing Indonesian dance with the help of motion capture technology
New digital technologies at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) are helping to preserve Lengger Lanang, a centuries old cross-gender dance from Central Java.
It is feared that the prevailing homophobia in Indonesia, home to the world’s largest Muslim population, might derail the government’s efforts to contain the spread of monkeypox, which has infected more than 16,000 people in 75 countries.
A joint Indonesian-Australian exhibition uses historical objects to rethink the ties and connections between the two countries, as well as their colonial histories.