For Sheila Rooswitha Putri, her hometown Jakarta has become her main source of inspiration. Her most recent comic project talks about the new MRT in Jakarta.
With the growing number of international acts—in English—performing in Indonesia, audiences have taken a liking to stand up.
Named among BBC “100 Women of 2018” list, Indonesian Comedian Sakdiyah Ma’ruf uses comedy as a way to challenge Islamic extremism and violence against women.
It's a part of the mission to create a better art industry.
Recognising the past is imperative. Now, a museum dedicated to the Tionghoa people of Batavia serves that purpose.
It offered a visual experience, using illustrations depicting the human experience that narrates behind the scene of artist's works.
Bekraf recently unveiled a comprehensive forecast of the upcoming trends for 2019/2020 which can be used as a reference for creative industry players.
RUCI Art Space presented GOT PAPER? An exhibit of work by five artists who explored paper through drawings, paintings and collage.
Young emerging illustrators manifest their past in their first collective exhibition entitled “FABLE” at Senopati Qubicle Center, South Jakarta.