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Noesa is proud to present “Plewo Doi”, a festival that is created to bring out the local potential within the traditional culture of Indonesia. The word itself means introduce in Sikka languange. Noes as the organizer would like to introduce Sikka’s culture, process of tenun ikat and natural dye. Through the month of May, from 2nd to 24th 2015 you could find several workshops, such as Handspun Workshop, Ikat Workshop, Natural Dye Workshop, to Hand Weaving Workshop. These special workshops will be available daily at Museum Tekstil in Tanah Abang, Jakarta. Furthermore, you could also see Sikka’s historic textile exhibition, traditional music and dance performance, baazar and more at Dia.Lo.Gue Artspace in Kemang, South Jakarta. Over there, you will meet 22 artisans from Sanggar Seni Watubo, Maumere, East Nusa Tenggara. They will teach you how to dye with natural materials, hand weaving, hand spun, ikat, and many more. For those of you who are willing to come and experience the Sikka’s culture, please visit their official site at noesatu.com.

Jakarta Textile Museum is a cultural educational institution, has a mission to conserve traditional textile. Textile has always been an important part of life in Indonesia as a component of dress and as a ritual and ceremonial objects. They constitute a very rich aspect of Indonesian culture and a testament of the degree of technological expertise and artistic skill attained by their maker. They also provide a window into local histories. In its effort to increase public appreciation of Indonesia’s textile tradition and participation in the preservation of national heritage. Jakarta Textile Museum always make an effort inform and educate people trough exhibition, seminar, workshop, research and publication.

Dia.Lo.Gue is a public artspace that aims to foster dialogue or conversation between people, the arts and design. This ethos is reflected in our name, translated in local Betawi language as ‘He/She – You – Me’, and in their logogram, which can be interpreted as individuals of many different characters, ages and personalities. Their intention is to inclusively embrace the community to create real dialogue between artists and designers and the general public. Indeed, a gallery cannot succeed without such support and interaction of these elements. It is also a public artspace that aims to push forward the local creative community and to enrich the people who lives in it. For further information about Dia.Lo.Gue Artspace feel free to click the link above.

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