This supporting program is planned to 'satisfy' the curiosity and the question that the audiences have. The curator team of ART|JOG will guide the audience throughout the exhibition room and explain the pieces displayed there. Hopefully, this program can be a part of public education.
Meet The Artist program facilitates such need by having a direct discussion, sharing ideas and inspirations, with the artist involved in ART|JOG. The audience might wonder the mind of the artist and how they create their piece.
Jogja National Museum is built upon a historical footprint of Indonesia’s first art institution; Akademi Seni Rupa Indonesia (Visual Art Academy of Indonesia). Take a nostalgic trip with Mr. Wardoyo Sugianto; a senior and renowned Indonesian artist, to learn about Yogyakarta’s art development and its impact on Indonesia’s socio-cultural dynamics.
To better accommodate the richness of our artistic heritage and traditions, ART|JOG will be launching a special program which dubbed as Daily Performances. The program encompasses a wide array of artistic creations such as: musical performance, performance art, dances and many more. We have curated a lists of artists and groups to showcase their work of arts on every weekends. This program will includes performances by Melati Suryodharmo, Garin Nugroho and Rahayu Supanggah, Bimo Wiwohatmo and Astri Kusuma Wardani.
Stimulation to develop fresh artworks continues to grow within the flourishing Yogyakarta's creative communities and artists. Merchandise Project is one of our supporting programs to presents a broader market for the communities to showcase and trade their signature works. No less than 20 artists will be participating on this year's project; the list includes acknowledged artists such as :