‘We tell ourselves stories in order to live’ wrote Joan Didion. It is also true that we can tell stories in order to live more harmoniously with each other.
Arsenal and England footballer Leah Williamson has used International Day of the Girl, Friday 11 October, to launch the pioneering Coaching for Life programme in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Art by itself may not be the solution to all social ills, but the display of Islamic art creates opportunities for learning and cross-cultural understanding…
After having no women’s league for decades, Indonesia is now entering a new dawn with the start of 2019 Liga 1 Putri national women’s premier league on Saturday.
The 2019 ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Festival was launched in both Melbourne and Bandung this past weekend, screening a shortlist of films from both countries.
Indonesia is shifting its World Cup qualifier against Vietnam to the island of Bali after the Jakarta’s at-times-violent student protests.
Move over, Marvel— Indonesia’s Bumilangit Cinematic Universe has the passion and talent to become a serious alternative, based on the BCU’s library of more than a thousand characters.
Showing that Indonesian art is fresh, energetic, human, performative, warm, serious, funny, clever, sensitive, political and not political.
Creative entrepreneurship is expected to be the backbone of economy moving forward, and BEKRAF hopes that in the future, Indonesia will be rich in both natural and intellectual resources.
“If the capital comes here I don’t know how poor we will be. Our communities will slowly disappear.”
From a schoolgirl who fights plastic pollution to real-life heroines, 800 Indonesian women are telling stories to change beliefs about girls…
Devi Apriliyani turns heads when the carnival she works with comes to town. The slight 20-year-old, clad in a hijab headscarf and without a helmet…
How Hakka Chinese helped build Indonesia, overcoming exclusion and discrimination to serve the country
The Indonesian Hakka Museum in Jakarta is a showcase of the contribution of the Hakka Chinese community to Indonesia over the centuries. Acceptance and admiration of their efforts increased under president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, but recent years have seen discrimination returning
Dynamic, passionate, cheap: Art Jakarta fair praised for courage in showing young artists, and for its low prices
Revamped fair focused on emerging Asian talent, in contrast to more established artists shown at Art Basel, and many works were priced very…
The jury is poring through our record breaking 200-plus entries, and the dates and venues are set for the ReelOzInd! 2019 premieres.