The Indonesian Heritage Society, Jakarta is a non-profit organization offering the opportunity to learn more about the rich cultural heritage of Indonesia. The varied activities of the society, including tours, lectures and study groups, provide a stepping stone to discovering the culture, life, history and art of this vast archipelago. The society has a large multinational following that includes many Indonesians and, while most activities are conducted in English, the French, Japanese and Korean sections provide the opportunity to participate in projects and lectures conducted in their own languages.
CALL FOR ENTRIES FOR INDONESIAN ARTISTS
COMPETITION AND EXHIBITION 2013
– “All About Women”
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Save the date!
Blue Lotus Day, 29 May
Kunstring Palace Menteng
Spend a morning discovering the Baduy!
Contact the library for more details.
Night Study Group : 24 April 2013
Ib Larsen on Mining, Tragedy and a Sleeping Beauty: Hakka Kongsies in West Kalimantan.
Ib Larsen with a present-day goldpanner in remote West Kalimantan
The 18th century saw a heavy influx
of Chinese Hakka gold miners to the northwest corner of West Kalimantan.