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VENUE & EVENTS

  • The Exhibition of Batik

    at Jogja Expo Center (JEC)

    12-15 October 2016

    Jl. Raya Janti, Banguntapan, Bantul, Special Territory of Yogyakarta

    Jogja Expo Center (JEC) is an integrated building constructed by the City Government of Yogyakarta as a one stop MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions) facility. The building is equipped with the modern facilities and infrastructure that support the implementation of various activities. Events that are often held here, among others: exhibitions to international conferences.

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  • Public Lecture

    at various institutions

    12 October 2016

    • Center for Tourism Studies, UGM hosts Mr. Edric Ong, Malaysia on “Creative Industries”
    • Balai Batik & PPBI Sekarjagad hosts DR. Annegret Haake, Germany
    • UII hosts DR.GhadaHijjawi-Qaddumi, Kuwait
    • Chamber of Commerce DIY hosts Mdm. Surapee Rojanavongse, Thailand
    • Institute Seni Indonesia hosts DR. Kay Chiang, Taiwan, on “Art and Intangible Heritage Conservation”
    • BAPPEDA DIY & Jogja Heritage Society hosts Prof. DR. Yoshifumi Muneta, Kyoto University, on “World Heritage City and Batik City of Yogyakarta”
    • IkatanArsitek Indonesia DIY hosts Yann Follain, Singapore/France on “Museum Design”
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  • Batik International Symposium

    at Royal Ambarrukmo Hotel, 13 October 2016

    Jl. Laksda Adisucipto No.81, Caturtunggal, Kec. Depok, Kabupaten Sleman, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta

    Ambarrukmo is one of the historical districts in Yogyakarta. In the 19th century, King Hamengkubuwono VI built Residence Royal Palace, 1857-1859 for the first time. The place served as a meeting with the Governor General of the Dutch East Indies as well as a resort for the royal family.

    In 1895-1897, the palace was renovated by King Hamengkubuwono VII and functioned as a meeting place with the Kings.

    The hotel itself was opened in 1966 as an integral part of the Royal Residence Ambarrukmo Palace and became one of the luxurious hotels in Yogyakarta in the period. The first president of Indonesia, Ir. Soekarno and King Hamengkubuwono IX founded this hotel using improvement funds from the Japanese government.

    Royal Ambarrukmo Residence is listed as a National Heritage building, protected by Law No. 5, 1992. It is also considered as ‘Kedaton’ which means the Royal Palace or the residence of the King. As a Residence Royal Palace, there is also a miniature model of the Sultan Grand Palace. All the decorative elements of the pavilion, courtyard, gate and trees, has similarities to the palace, containing a deep symbolic meaning.

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  • World Heritage and Batik Tour

    (Batik Museum Kraton Yogyakarta, Batik Museum Ulen Sentalu and Prambanan Cultural Heritage)

    14 October 2016

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  • Batik Workshop Day

    (Imogiri & Giriloyo),

    15 October 2016

    Imogiri is part of the Keraton Kasultanan building. The cemetery of the kings is located in the hills. King of Mataram who was first buried here is Sultan Agung Hanyokrokusumo. The Imogiri Cemetery is the tomb of Mataram Kings located in Girirejo village, Imogiri, Yogyakarta. This cemetery is a part of precious history and heritage for the people of Yogyakarta and Indonesia.

    Imogiri Cemetery complex has an area of approximately 10 hectares. This place was not only be the tomb of the kings alone, but there is also a mosque, archway, kelir (a building used as a barrier gate), padasan (place to take wudhu that is usually filled once a year in the month of Suro) and also a pond located around the mosque.

    Giriloyo is a dusun (hamlet) in the village of Wukirsari, Imogiri, Bantul, located about 17 kilometers south of the city of Yogyakarta. Until now, the members of Giriloyo Batik Crafters Community has a total of 700 people divided into 15 groups of craftsmen. As a work of experienced craftsmen, batik tulis characterizes the batik products of Giriloyo, Imogiri. Here, batik artisans still retain the use of natural dyes from plants in the region to reduce environmental pollution. Natural-colored batik products use natural ingredients. The red color is produced from the bark of Tingi (Ceriops candolleana) and mahogany, yellow color from jackfruit wood and Joho fruit (Terminalia bellirica), pink color from Putri Malu (Mimosa/Shameplant). The brown color is from banana and blue is from indigo vera.

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SECHEDULE

  • Wednesday, 12 October 2016 (Opening of JIBB 2016 & Exhibition)

    08.00 – 09.00 Registration
    09.00 – 12.00 The Opening of JIBB 2016 and Visit Batik Exhibition at Jogja Expo Center
    The Batik Exhibition will be opened 12-16 October 2016
    14.00 – 16.00 Public Lecture at various institutions

    Prof. DR. Yoshifumi Muneta, Professor, Vice President Kyoto Prefectural University, Kyoto, Japan, on “Urban Policies on Cities Culture Development and Its Modern History of Textile Industries, Cases Kyoto-Japan, Florence-Italy, Lyon-French” at the Government of Yogyakarta Special Territory

    Mr. Edric Ong, President, Society Atelier Sarawak, Malaysia, on “Creativity as a Practice in Today’s Lifestyle” at the Center for Tourism Studies, UGM

    DR. Ghada Hijjawi-Qaddumi, President, World Craft Council-Asia Pacific Region, Kuwait, on “Islamic Arts” at Islamic University of Indonesia

    DR. Min-Chin Kay Chiang, Assistant Professor at the Graduate Institute of Architecture and Cultural Heritage and Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning in Taipei National University of the Arts (Taiwan) on “Art and Intangible Heritage Conservation” at Indonesian Arts Institute.

    Mdm. Annegret Haake, Member of Batik Lover, Kronberg, Germany, on “Marks of Ancient Batik Patterns in Javanese Life” at Balai Besar Kerajinan dan Batik DIY.

    Mdm. Surapee Rojanavongse, Honorary Member & Immediate Past President of World Craft Council-Asia Pacific Region, Thailand on “Economic and Culture Heritage” at Indonesian Chamber of Commerce DIY (proposed).

    Yann Follain, Director, Principle Architect, Co-founder of “WY-TO Architects” Singapore/France, on “Museum Design and Architectural Practices” at Indonesian Institute of Architects DIY.

    19.00 – 21.00 Royal Welcome Dinner at Sultan Palace

    Thursday, 13 October 2016 (International Symposium)

    08.00 – 09.00 Registration
    09.00 – 09.10 Opening Ceremony: Batik Dance
    09.10 – 09.15 Opening Report Speech from the Head of Organizing Committee of JIBB
    2016 by DR. Ir. Didik Purwadi, M.ec
    09.15 – 09.30 Opening Speech from the Head of Honorary Commitee of JIBB 2016
    by Her Excellency Queen Hemas
    09.30 – 10.15 Keynote Speech:
    Moderator: Laretna T. Adishakti, Lecturer, Universitas Gadjah Mada
    “THE HISTORY OF YOGYAKARTA BATIK IN THE JAVANESE BATIK INTELLECTUAL                                                NETWORK ROUTE”, Mr. Manu Jayaatmaja Widyaseputra, Lecturer and Philologist,                                          Universitas Gadjah Mada (Indonesia)
    10.15 – 10.45 Photo Session & Coffee Break
    10.45 – 13.00 Session 1: Global Innovation of Batik
    Moderator: Prof. DR. Ida Rochani Adi, Professor, Universitas Gadjah Mada
    Panelists:
    – Mdm. GKBRAy Paku Alam X, Vice President, Yogyakarta Regional Crafts Council                                                 (Indonesia).
    – “TOWARDS AN ECO LIFESTYLE” by Mr. Edric Ong, President, Society Atelier Sarawak                                          (Malaysia).
    – “THE RELATIONSHIP OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF ART IN MY ART” by Mdm. Tatyana                                               Agababaeva, Batik Artist (Azerbaijan)
    – “EXHIBITION ON JAVANESE BATIKS: SHOWING THE BEAUTY – EXPLAINING THE                                                 BACKGROUND” by Mdm. Annegret Haake, Member of Batik Lover (Kronberg, Germany)

    13:00 – 14.00 Lunch Break

    14.00 – 15.40 Session 2: “the Current Issues on Batik Innovations”.
    Moderator: Retno Murti, Lifestyle Writer, Indonesia
    Resource Persons:
    – Prof. DR. Rahadi Ramelan, Former Minister of Trade (Indonesia)
    – Mdm. Surapee Rojanavongse, Former President, World Craft Council-Asia Pacific Regional
    (Thailand) (proposed)
    – Mdm. Raja Datin Paduka Fuziah Raja Tun Uda, WCC Honorary Member/Advisor (Malaysia)
    – Mr. Agus Ismoyo & Ms. Nia Flaim, Batik Artist, Brahma Tirta Sari (Indonesia/Amerika)
    – DR. Min-Chin Kay Chiang, Assistant Professor at the Graduate Institute of Architecture and
    Cultural Heritage and Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning in Taipei National
    University of the Arts (Taiwan)
    15.40 – 15.55  Wrap-up Session (Moderators wrap – up the outcome of the symposium and recommend
    further discussion for the next day unconference and the next bienalle)
    16.00 – 16.30 Closing & Coffee Break
    19.00 – 21.00 Gala Dinner & Batik Fashion Show at Pendopo Royal Ambarrukmo Hotel

    Friday, 14 October 2016 (World Heritage Tour)

    08.00 – 10.00 Proceed & Visit Batik Museum at Kraton Yogyakarta
    10.00 – 12.00 Proceed and Visit Ulen Sentalu Batik Museum
    12.00 – 13.00 Lunch at Ulen Sentalu
    13.00 – 15.30 Batik Discussion (Unconference) at Ulen Sentalu
    15.30 – 18.00 Proceed and Visit Prambanan World Culture Heritage
    18.00 – 21.00 Cultural Dinner & Sendratari Ramayana Performance

    Saturday, 15 October 2016 (Batik Workshop Day at Imogiri)

    07.30 – 08.00 Proceed to the Imogiri Saujana Heritage from Royal Ambarrukmo Hotel
    08.00 – 12.00 Visit Imogiri Royal Cemetery
    12.00 – 13.00 Lunch “Sego Pecel” at Pendopo of Ngayogyakarta, Imogiri
    13.00 – 14.00 Visit Pendopo Surakarto and Museum Ciptowening, Imogiri
    14.00 – 17.00 Batik Workshop, Batik Market and Exhibition of Students from Universitas Gadjah Mada:
    International Summer Course on Imogiri Saujana Heritage on the Design Ideas of Imogiri
    Batik Eco-Museum at Gazebo Giriloyo, Imogiri
    18.00 – 20.00 Farewell & Cultural Dinner with folk art performance at Pendopo Gandung Pardiman, Imogiri

    Sunday, 16 October 2017 (Departure of the participants)

    21.00 Closing of the Batik Exhibition at Jogja Expo Center

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REGISTRATION

    • The participant must register and fill his/her data from the provided Participant Registration Form.
    • The participant must send the valid Scanned/Copy of Identity (KTP/ID/KITAS/PASSPORT).
    • After filling the Participant Registration Form, the participant required to choose the program by ticking the selected program in the Program Option Form and make the payment by transfer to the bank account that listed in the form and prepare the Transfer Receipt to be sent later altogether with the other documents.
    • If all prepared (Participant Registration Form, Scan Copy of Identity, Program Option Form, & Transfer Receipt), the documents must be sent by email to  HYPERLINK “mailto:info.jibb2016@gmail.com” info.jibb2016@gmail.com with email subject “Participant for JIBB 2016 Participants Full Name” (e.g: Participant for JIBB 2016 Christian Herdiansyah)
    • Only the participants that sent all of the complete required documents will be processed.
    • For the participants that need support and guidance to organize airtrip, transportation, accomodation, and additional tour, can fill out the Travel and Accomodation Registration Form and send it to  HYPERLINK “mailto:dstjogja@indo.net.id” dstjogja@indo.net.id (Dewatha Tour) or contact the number that listed in the form.
    • May we gentle remind for all of the participant to bring their own medicines and responsible for their personal health.
    • The participant from other countries is kindly requested to apply for a valid visa for the trip to Indonesia.
    • In order that the secretariat may proceed with the necessary logistical arrangement, participants are kindly asked to register no later than 30 September 2016
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