The Erasmus Huis, Dutch Cultural Centre in Jakarta Indonesia

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December 2015 - July 2016

Exhibition: The Blend Within

We celebrate the history, present and future view on intercultural collaboration, the cross cultural influences within art, music, fashion, culture & identity. What it means to be mixed, to mix or to live in a mixed world, and how everything is related to what you are experiencing right now.

17 March - 27 April

Exhibition: Su Tomesen

In her exhibition Hidden Creativity in Public Space [“Jejak. Kreativitas tersembunyi di tempat umum”] artist Su Tomesen shows photographs, installations and videos. She focuses on the informal economy in cities and traces of ingenuity in public areas. The selected work consists among others of her film “Jalan”.

14 April - 13 May

Exhibition: Utarakan Jakarta

The exhibition shows how four citizens and their families are dealing with water related problems, like floods, heavy rainfall, water pollution and lack of clean water and proper sanitation. They live in Northern Jakarta, behind the current old seawall, where the threat of flooding is most severe.

Sunday 24 April, 15.00 hrs.

Concert Amatis Trio

"The Amatis Trio is an outstanding ensemble on their way to establishing a great international career” - Prof. Daniel Hope (Beaux Arts Trio)

4/20/16

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April 27, 2016 The Erasmus Huis and Foundation Tastbaar Verleden organize a series of artists talks with Dutch artists in occasion of the Koneksi-Connectie project. For the first edition, we proudly present artist Kaleb de Groot, well-known for his sturdy and powerful art installations.

April 20, 2016 "The Amatis Trio is an outstanding ensemble on their way to establishing a great international career” - Prof. Daniel Hope (Beaux Arts Trio)

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14 Apr 16 13 May 16

Exhibition: Utarakan Jakarta

The exhibition shows how four citizens and their families are dealing with water related problems, like floods, heavy rainfall, water pollution and lack of clean water and proper sanitation. They live in Northern Jakarta, behind the current old seawall, where the threat of flooding is most severe. Photographer Cynthia Boll (1972) followed the lives of these four affected families and documented their personal stories.

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