Makassar dan Keakrabannya dengan Australia

Posted on 17 October, 2019

Foto oleh : Rumata’ Artspace This piece will be available in English in the upcoming week, stay tuned! Apa yang…


Eksistensi Etnis Manggarai di Pulau Timor

Posted on 19 September, 2019

Terdiri dari ratusan kelompok etnis, hampir mustahil rasanya mengenal seluruh etnis yang ada di Indonesia. Tidak jarang juga sebuah etnis…


Art VS Pollution: Indonesian Artists Taking a Stand

Posted on 10 September, 2019

As Australia grapples with a waste management crisis, Indonesian artists campaigning against pollution have been recognised by Australian curators for…


SOUNDSEKERTA 2019

Posted on 26 August, 2019

    The biggest annual Indonesian concert that has been in Melbourne for 13 years, SOUNDSEKERTA, is back on 28…


MEMBER SPOTLIGHT — CLARICE CAMPBELL

Posted on 14 August, 2019

Welcome back to Member Spotlight learn more about the lives of those behind AIYA. This week, we introduce you to AIYA…


Indonesian art is fresh, energetic and lively. Why do we not see more of it?

Posted on 25 July, 2019

This article was originally posted by Alison Carroll on The Conversation. Review: Contemporary Worlds: Indonesia, National Gallery of Australia They…


MEMBER SPOTLIGHT — Puspita Wardhani

Posted on 18 July, 2019

Welcome back to Member Spotlight learn more about the lives of those behind AIYA. This week, we introduce you to AIYA…


What Can Parents Do to Increase Learning Indonesian in Schools

Posted on 10 July, 2019

  It was Wittgenstein who said “the limits of my language mean the limits of my world”, and one can…


#AIYAGantiPresiden – Farewell from Nicholas Mark

Posted on 2 July, 2019

‘Twas the end of winter in 2012, when two of the AIYA co-founders, Arjuna Dibley and Rachelle Cole, told Katrina…


The Importance of Young Australians Learning Indonesian at Schools

Posted on 20 June, 2019

Nowadays many parents send their children to language schools at a very early age. This is something that has been…