The Erasmus Huis, Dutch Cultural Centre in Jakarta Indonesia

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19 November 2016

Opening exhibition Isabelle Boon

Isabelle Boon is a photographer from Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Her specific interested goes out to the small in everyday life. How people make a living, run a family, spend their day off, all these daily events tell a lot about people and their social and sometimes historical context. She studied photography in Utrecht.

14 December 2016 -4 February 2017

Exhibition: Kadir van Lohuizen

Exhibition WHERE WILL WE GO ? The human consequences of the rising sea level. A significant sea level rise is one of the major anticipated con sequences of climate change. This will cause some low-lying coastal areas to become completely submerged, while others will increasingly face short-lived high-water levels.

15 December 2016

Discussion: De Salon

Culinary in inflight meals airline.

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November 30, 2016 Please be informed that our library will be closed from the 26th of December until the 2nd of January. Thank you for your understanding.

October 25, 2016 Yayasan Caraka Mulia was established on June 9, 1995. The occasion took place at the Shangrila Hotel in presence of Mrs. Dyah Ambarwaty Setyoso, a Notary in Surabaya, who then confirmed it by the Notarial Act No. 29. At that time, there were many private Dutch language courses in Surabaya which had been inactive for a long time. These courses were coordinated by Mrs. Henny Sasabone, a senior Dutch language teacher. Then, at the beginning of 1995, Prof. Dr. H.S.M. Soeatmadji was requested by Mr. Frank van Gelder (the former Honorary Consul of the Netherlands) and Mrs. Inge Burger to establish an institution to incorporate all private Dutch language courses.

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19 Nov 16 21 Jan 17

Opening exhibition Isabelle Boon at Gedung Tjipta Niaga

Isabelle Boon is a photographer from Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Her specific interested goes out to the small in everyday life. How people make a living, run a family, spend their day off, all these daily events tell a lot about people and their social and sometimes historical context. She studied photography in Utrecht. Previous exhibitions include the World Expo Milan 2015. For more about the photographer go to ww.isabelleboon.com.

14 Dec 16 4 Feb 17

Exhibition: Kadir van Lohuizen

Exhibition WHERE WILL WE GO ? The human consequences of the rising sea level. A significant sea level rise is one of the major anticipated con sequences of climate change. This will cause some low-lying coastal areas to become completely submerged, while others will increasingly face short-lived high-water levels. These anticipated changes could have a major impact on the lives of coastal populations. The small island developing states (SIDS) will be especially vulnerable to the effects of sea level rise, and to changes in marine ecosystems, because of their major dependence on marine resources.

15 Dec 16

Discussion: De Salon

Culinary in inflight meals airline.

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