Due to the emergency public activity restriction (PPKM Darurat) policy in Java and Bali, some adjustments have to be done in relation to the technical preparations of The International Webinar & Workshop on Javanese Culture 2021.
Webinar 1 and Workshop 1 are rescheduled to respectively 7 and 8 August 2021.
Other sessions than the ones mentioned above are no subject to reschedule.
The invitation email containing the link for the event will be sent starting from one day before the event at 10 p.m.
This email will be sent directly by Zoom. It is not sent by the committee or our partner for ticket purchasing.
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The Palace of Yogyakarta, as the center of Javanese Culture, has been continuously preserving various forms of Javanese cultural expression passed down from its ancestors. The palace ensures that the richness of Javanese culture reaches a wider audience across generations.
Since 2019, The Palace of Yogyakarta has been hosting international symposiums on Javanese culture. The event is held alongside the anniversary of the accession to the throne (Tingalan Jumenengan Dalem) of Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X, which occurs every March 7. Amidst the pandemic situation, The Palace of Yogyakarta will hold “International Webinar & Workshop on Javanese Culture”. The event welcomes international academia to share their thoughts via four webinars. In addition to that, there will be online workshops that accommodate participants to learn handicraft and Javanese cuisines cooking technique. All events will be held for two hours every weekend in July 2021.
International webinar and workshop on Javanese culture that will be held in July 2021 is expected to coincide with summer break in few regions. It is hoped that Javanese communities, not only in Indonesia, but also in countries like The Netherlands, Suriname, Malaysia, Singapore, New Caledonia and beyond will be able to participate in. Within these communities, we can see some similarities in their cultural expression, such as traditions or habits, language, performing arts, as well as philosophies. Scholarly dialogues, workshops, discussions, and any other academic based events are needed to keep the values and appreciation towards Javanese culture well maintained. These activities have become possible to actualize during this pandemic with the support of technology.
17, 24, 31 July, 7 August 2021
Javanese Society Past and Present
HRH Prince Notonegoro of Yogyakarta
Lydia Kieven — University of Bonn, Germany
Dwi Ratna Nurhajarini — Indonesia/BPNB Yogyakarta
Preserving Historical Objects
HRH Princess Hayu of Yogyakarta
Matthew Cohen — Yale University, US
Mikke Susanto — Indonesia/ISI Yogyakarta
Revisiting Javanese Thinking
HRH Princess Mangkubumi of Yogyakarta
Mark Woodward — Arizona State University, US
Prof. Koentjoro — UGM
State Banquet at The Sultanate of Yogyakarta
HRH Princess Bendara of Yogyakarta
Prof. Murdjiati Gardjito — Indonesia/UGM
Jiri Jakl — Heidelberg University, Germany
Fadly Rahman — Indonesia/Unpad
18, 25 July, 1, 8 August 2021
Javanese Cuisine 1
The Art of Janur (Coconut Leaves) Arrangement
Javanese Cuisine 2
The Art of Banana Leaves Creation