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Indonesian Heritage Society - Evening Lecture Series

January 22 - May 21, 2019

Both expats and Indonesian citizens gather in Erasmus Huis (Dutch Cultural Centre) to listen to interesting English-spoken lectures and exchange ideas and opinions. The topics are very diverse but always about Indonesia. This Evening Lectures Series has been organized by the Indonesian Heritage Society since 1973.

The lectures and held once a month (every third Tuesday of the month) from September till May. The topics will be focused on history, social developments, art, politics and economics. The lectures may also incorporate panel discussions and interviews as well.

The lectures are held at the Erasmus House auditorium, starting at 7 P.M. Before the lecture there is a meet and greet from 6:15 P.M. and there also is a possibility to have dinner at Hema restaurant on the premises.

Entrance donation: Rp 50,000
Rp 30,000 for students

for more information, contact lectures@heritagejkt.org


January 22, 2019

Museum Macan: Art for all

By Aaron Seeto - Director, Museum Macan

A private museum providing public access to a significant collection, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nusantara,
established in November 2017, focuses on education and stimulating art appreciation through popular, thought-provoking public
exhibitions and programs. While the museum's economic sustainability is important, the broader sustainability of its audiences
and programs is inseparable from the economic question. Contemporary Asian art authority and Museum Director Aaron Seeto will look at the broader role a private museum can play in stimulating greater public engagement with the arts. Videos of some intriguing recent exhibitions will be on display before the lecture.

February 19, 2019

Elections 2019: What is happening in Indonesia?

By Titi Anggraini (Perludem), Burhanuddin Muhtadi (Indikator) and Endy Bayuni (Jakarta Post)

 

March 19, 2019

Eco Tourism: the good, the bad and the future

By Christine Cabasset - researcher and publications director IRASEC (Research Institute on Contemporary Southeast Asia) & Krystyna Krassowska - British expedition leader, sustainable development advisor, founder of idGuides

 

April 23, 2019

The endless palm oil debate: Science-based solutions beyond controversies

By Alain Rival - Director CIRAD (Agricultural Research for Development)

 

May 21, 2019

Ancient Indonesian military conquests : Myths or legends?

By Dennis Rider

 

 

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Last updated January 4, 2019