7:30 am October 23, 2014 | No Comment
Showcasing soulful vocals atop immaculately-produced, modern R and B beats, Jakarta-based singer Neonomora could easily be mistaken for a Western artist. Fittingly, the initial buzz around her was build heavily through music platforms on the Internet.
7:30 pm October 21, 2014 | No Comment
Pangeran Diponegoro is a name known to Indonesians everywhere. As one in a highly regarded line of Indonesian national heroes, the Javanese prince’s tale of bravery and ideals are ingrained through history lessons in school and his continuing legacy in texts, films, even the much-traversed street in Central Jakarta named after him.
4:30 pm October 19, 2014 | No Comment
Vandals attacked a giant green inflatable sculpture in one of the most famous squares in Paris in the early hours of Saturday after its resemblance to a sex toy sparked an outcry.
3:17 pm October 19, 2014 | No Comment
An oil painting attributed to 17th-century Spanish master Diego Velazquez, found languishing in a back room of Yale University, has been returned to Spain for an exhibition in Valazquez’s hometown Seville.
11:40 pm October 17, 2014 | No Comment
Indonesian artists are attempting to raise awareness in the young generation regarding environmental issues through theatrical performances.
2:14 pm October 16, 2014 | No Comment
With a number of events, ranging from discussions and readings to performances and live cooking demonstrations, Indonesia took the first step towards its new role next year at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
6:05 pm October 14, 2014 | No Comment
“Looking for Borneo” by Mark Heyward, David Metcalf and Khan Wilson is not just a book; it’s an event, a multimedia extravaganza.
3:40 pm October 13, 2014 | No Comment
Italian jazz singer’s Gege Telesforo’s scat solo punctuated his quartet’s funk infused song, making the composition live up to its titular “New Joy.”
3:05 pm October 11, 2014 | No Comment
The haunting sounds of the piano speak for the mystery and grandeur of the moai statues, leaving little doubt as to their metonymy for the Rapa Nui, the indigenous inhabitants of the South Pacific’s Easter Islands, as well as for millions of people around the world