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Indonesia Now: Jakarta edition

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Introducing Indonesia Now: Jakarta edition

In fall 2019, DutchCulture and partners are running the programme Indonesia Now: Jakarta edition with events in both Jakarta and Amsterdam.

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Kota Tua, Jakarta's historical inner city and former Batavia, March 2018. Photo: Remco Vermeulen
Meet the artists of My story, shared history #5 (video)

Meet the artists of My story, shared history: the fifth duo is Maria Lamslag and Adrian Mulya.

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Maria Lamslag and Adrian Mulya at Museum Sophiahof, The Hague, August 2019. Photo: Armando Ello
Meet the artists of My story, shared history #4 (video)

Meet the artists of My story, shared history: the fourth duo is Angelina Enny and Robin Block.

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Robin Block and Angelina Enny at Sofiahof, The Hague, August 2019. Photo: Armando Ello
Blog: Remco's working visit in Indonesia 2019

Remco Vermeulen, country advisor Indonesia, is on a working visit in Indonesia and reports daily on the practices of cultural exchange on the spot.

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Medan Warenhuis, Istana Maimun and Tjong A Fie Mansion in Medan, October 2019. Photos: Remco Vermeulen
Meet the artists of My story, shared history #3 (video)

Meet the artists of My story, shared history: the third duo is Lala Bohang and Lara Nuberg.

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Lala Bohang and Lara Nuberg at Komunitas Salihara, Jakarta, July 2019. Photo: Armando Ello
Meet the artists of My story, shared history #2 (video)

Meet the artists of My story, shared history: the second duo is Esmay Usmany and Aziz Azthar.

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Esmay Usmany and Aziz Azthar at Komunitas Salihara, Jakarta, July 2019. Photos: Armando Ello
Meet the artists of My story, shared history #1 (video)

Meet the artists of My story, shared history: the first duo is Armando Ello and Felix S. Nesi.

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Felix S. Nesi and Armando Ello in Kota Tua, Jakarta, July 2019. Photo: Armando Ello
Writer and LIFEs director Ayu Utami: “My aim is to create an inclusive history”

Six artists from The Netherlands with an Indo-Dutch background cooperate with six Indonesian artists to create several productions on their shared history.

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Dutch and Indonesian artists in Kota Tua, Jakarta, Indonesia. Photo: Adrian Mulja
Conference Indonesia Now 2019

DutchCulture and the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs organise the third edition of the conference Indonesia Now on Tuesday 12 November 2019.

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The revitalized Kali Besar in Kota Tua, Jakarta, November 2018. Photo: Remco Vermeulen