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Indonesian Heritage Society
The Indonesian Heritage Society is a non-profit organization which aims to promote interest in and knowledge of Indonesia's cultural heritage. With a large multinational group of registered Friends, the Heritage Society seeks to illuminate the rich artistic, historical and cultural traditions of Indonesia for the international community of Jakarta.
2015, The Indonesian Heritage Society celebrated 45 Years: Sapphire Gala. It was the 45th year that our all-volunteer, non-profit organization has worked to accomplish its goals to increase knowledge and appreciation of Indonesia’s rich cultural heritage.
Many Heritage Society Friends are involved in projects supporting the Museum Nasional. Heritage Society sections and services related to the museum include:
A series of six lectures highlighting Indonesian culture and art is presented to the public twice a year.
Small groups get together weekly to discover Jakarta through tours and adventures.
RumahkuRumahku is the Indonesian Heritage Society’s morning talk series. The talks are held monthly, mornings, in private homes, where attendees also socialize over tea, coffee, and snacks.
Groups meet on selected topics to learn about the history, art, and culture of this country.
These small group tours with a cultural focus offer registered Friends the opportunity to travel to some of the most fascinating parts of Indonesia. Each participant researches a chosen aspect of the place to be visited.
Foreign Language sections
All French, Italian, Japanese and Korean-speaking members are welcome to join these groups which provide many different activities.
This section organizes the general meetings and social functions that take place throughout the Heritage Society season.
The PR team dispatch and promote information about the Heritage Society for the public.
The purpose of this section is to act as a liaison between Indonesian Cultural Institutions, organizations, cultural communities and the Heritage Society. They will initiate cooperation and build relationship with Cultural Institutions.
Provides registered Friends with access to an outstanding collection of works on varied aspects of Indonesian life and culture.
Coordinates registration for the Heritage Society and represents the organization to the community at large.
The Sales team co-ordinates the sale of Heritage Society's calendar, books and range of stationary items.
Maintains and provides information on the Heritage Society website and weekly E-newsletter on the various activities of the society and forthcoming events.
Indonesian Heritage Society publications include:
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