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By Kerrine Goh
There are lots of reasons for writing on Jogjakarta and its film culture: in Indonesian cinema history, Jogjakarta was listed as the second set-locations after Jakarta.
By Claire Wilson
The Graey Festival, staged in Singapore in November at the Substation, had its 3rd edition this year in 2010. The festival originally began as a study of Indian contemporary dance ...
By Bharti Lalwani
Bharti Lalwani has interviewed Lucien De Guise, Senior Curator at Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (IAMM)
Senior Curator of the Asian Civilisations Museum Singapore, Ms. Heidi Tan, shares in the following interview her high points on the first international travelling exhibition on Sumatran culture "Sumatra: Isle ...
Poised to open in 2013, The National Art Gallery, Singapore (TNAGS) aims to provide a regional and cultural framework with a strong Southeast Asian focus.
By Jerneja Rebernak
The following article is a review of the conference organised by the Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema (Netpac), held in Delhi from the 18-22 August 2010. In addition ...
By Anjali Devidayal
The following brief interviews of Mirwan Andan, Researcher, Ruangrupa (Artist Inditiative) Jakarta, Indonesia and Tushar Jiwrajka, Director – volte gallery, Mumbai, India have been conducted simultaneously using a similar set ...
By Judith Staines
Gustaff H.Iskandar from Bandung Center for New Media Arts, Indonesia, has written a review of the transmediale festival and conference held in Berlin in February 2010.
By Sasiwimon Wongjarin
The Regional Dance Summit that took place in Jakarta last August 2009, was organised by Goethe-Institut Jakarta, Indonesia.
By Jeffrey Withaya Campbell
CultureAsia: Connecting Asian Cultural Actors, was organised by the Arts and Culture Network Program of the Open Society Institute, Hivos, a Dutch development agency, with the Center for the Study ...
The sixth edition of the Asia-Europe Dance Forum successfully took place in Portugal from 12th till 27th June 2009, hosted by Alkantara in Lisbon.
By Mary Ann DeVlieg
IETM is a network committed to contemporary performing arts and to collaborating across national borders. It has 440 member-organisations from over 45 countries.
Amna Kusumo and three cultural activists founded Kelola, a national non-profit organisation that promotes Indonesian arts, through learning, access to funding and information.
What is 'contemporary' in performing arts today? What at first seems to be a very simple question actually has no straight or univocal answer at all.
By Jérémy Segay
The eighth edition of Jakarta International Film Festival was held from December 8 to 17. With more than 200 films on a dozen of screens, full house for most of ...
Interview with Ivana Petrikova and John Badalu By Gyora Gal Glupczynski