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Program Schedule

Royal Attire and Civilization in the Palace of Yogyakarta

Yogyakarta, 9-10 March 2020

8AM - 9AM

Registration

9AM - 10AM

Opening

Lawung Ringgit Court Dance

9.30AM - 10AM

Opening Remarks

— HM. Sri Sultan Hamengku Buwono X

10AM - 10.45AM

Coffee Break

10.45AM - 12.45PM

Session I: History

Depictions of Textiles in Ancient Java (8th – 15th Century)

Sandra Sardjono Tracing Pattern Foundation, San Francisco, USA

Dari Motif "Koin" dan "Patola" Menjadi Motif Kawung dan Nitik: Akulturasi Kain Impor Menjadi Kain Tradisional di Keraton Yogyakarta

— Siti Maziyah Departemen Sejarah, Universitas Diponegoro, Semarang

Power and Aesthetic: Royal Attires of Sultan and Sentana Dalem in the Sultanate of Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat Based on Kassian Cephas Photographs

— Aditya Revianur Departemen Arkeologi, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta

Perkembangan Songsong Kraton Yogyakarta: Perbandingan Songsong dalam Naskah Jawa dan Masa Sekarang

— Ghis Nggar Dwiadmojo Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

12.45PM - 1.45PM

Lunch Break

1.45PM - 3.45PM

Session II: Philology

Illustrated Manuscripts from Yogyakarta and the Attire on the Illustrations Wear

Dick van der Meij Leiden, The Netherlands

Proses Membatik dalam Naskah Bab Sindjang

— M. Rendrawan Setiya Nugraha Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta

Mode, Kostum, Dan Kultur Orang Jawa Dalam Arsip Litografi

— Dyah Indrawati Kajian Reliji dan Budaya, Universitas Sanata Darma Yogyakarta

Perbandingan Teks Pemut Awisan Dalem dalam Naskah Yogyakarta Court Record dengan Awisan dalam Peraturan Gubernur Nomor 87 Tahun 2014

— Sri Suryani Fakultas Ilmu Budaya, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta

8.30AM - 9AM

Registration

9AM - 10AM

Talk Show

Manuscript Digitation Project at the Palace of Yogyakarta

10AM - 10.30AM

Coffee Break

10.30AM - 12.30PM

Session III: Performing Arts

Dressing Up: Gamelan and Performance Attire

Jennifer Lindsay The Australian National University, Australia

Busana Bedhaya Keraton Yogyakarta: HB I – HB X

— Th. Suharti (KRT Nyi Pujaningsih) KHP Kridhomardowo, Keraton Yogyakarta

The Emperor’s New Clothes: Bhūṣaṇa as a Way to Embody Refinement and Civilization in the Performing Arts of Kraton Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat

— Ilaria Meloni & Sietske Rijpkema La Sapienza University of Rome & Royal Holloway, University of London

Busana Wayang Wong Perubahan Visual Culture Di Awal Abad Ke-20

— Revianto Budi Santoso Departemen Arsitektur, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Yogyakarta

12.30PM - 1.30PM

Lunch Break

1.30PM - 3.30PM

Session IV: Socio Culture

Royal Attire in the Course of Time: From Hindu-Buddhist Kingdoms, through Kartasura, to Modern Yogyakarta

Jiri Jakl Heidelberg University, Germany

Mengungkap Arti Penting Nama bagi Masyarakar Jawa Melalui Penamaan Batik Semen Yogyakarta

— Retno Purwandari Fakultas Seni Rupa, ISI Yogyakarta

The Journey of Preserving the Fashion of Ancestral Heritage (Perjalanan Melestarikan Busana Warisan Leluhur)

— DR. Ir. Indra Tjahjani, S.S, MLA, MMSI University of Canberra, Australia

Dinamika Modern dalam Tradisi Pakaian Keraton Yogyakarta

— Muhammad Sungaidi UIN Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta

3.30PM - 4PM

Closing

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News

Pameran Keraton Yogyakarta

Perjalanan pemerintahan sultan sejak dinobatkan pada tahun 1989 mewarnai perubahan peradaban di Yogyakarta. Dinamika sosial kultural ini nampaknya terjadi pula pada pemerintahan Sultan-Sultan sebelumnya. Keadaan ini terekam dalam pelbagai dokumen sejarah, sastra, dan babad. Salah satu rekam sejarah yang dapat diamati adalah perubahan busana.

Flashmob Trunajaya

Flashmob acapella TRUNAJAYA Karaton Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat meramaikan semi-pedestrian Selasa Wage (18/02) dengan Talkshow Lebih Dekat dengan Simposium dan Pameran Keraton Yogyakarta.

Call for Paper Announcement

We hereby congratulate the following applicants whose abstracts have been selected to be presented in the International Symposium on Attire and Civilization in the Palace of Yogyakarta, on 9-10 March 2020.

Guest Speaker on History

Dr. Sandra Sardjono is an independent researcher and curator, and president of the Tracing Patterns Foundation, a nonprofit organization that promotes textile study.

Guest Speaker on Philology

Dr. Dick van der Meij is an Academic Advisor and Liaison Officer in the project DREAMSEA, Digital Repository of Endangered and Affected Manuscripts in Southeast Asia, based in Hamburg and Jakarta.

Guest Speaker on Performing Arts

Dr Jennifer Lindsay is is an Honorary Associate Professor in the School of Culture, History and Language at the Australian National University, Australia.

Guest Speaker on Socio Culture

Dr Jiri Jakl is an academic at Institute of Anthropology, Heidelberg, Germany.