Cultural Performance in Post-New Order Indonesia: New structures, scenes, meanings - Sanata Dharma University Yogyakarta, 28-30 June 2010.

Draft Program (24-5-2010.)
DAY 1: Monday 28 June
9-10am Opening Session
Welcome by Dr St Sunardi on behalf of Sanata Dharma University.
Introduction to the workshop by Barbara Hatley, University of Tasmania and Bart Barendregt, Leiden University.
Opening remarks by Dr Sal Murgiyanto.
10-10.30am Coffee/Tea Break
10.30am-12.30pm Session 1. Performing Community (Chair: Rachmah Ida)
Barbara Hatley Staging identities, constructing communities in Contemporary Indonesian Theatre.
Yoshi Fajar Kresno Murti Panggung dan mitos dalam transformasi praktik hidup berkomunitas.
Wawan Sofwan Festival drama Basa Sunda, sebuah peristiwa budaya.
Halim, HD Komunitas dan macam-macam pengertian.
12.30-1.30pm Lunch
1.30-3.30pm Session 2. Popular music in changing contexts (Chair: Ariel Heryanto)
Bernard Arps The lettuce song and its vagaries: a pop song in three eras.
Amrih Widodo Grassroots hip hop and political activism in local world music in Java.
Emma Baulch Modern Love: Pop Melayu in the New Century.
Bart Barendregt Pop, politics and piety in the digital age.
3.30-4pm Coffee/Tea Break
----- Evening event at Kedai Kebun Forum, Tirtodipuran -----

6.30-7.30pm

Dinner

7.30-10pm Demonstration/discussions by Indonesian arts practitioners.
Slamet Gendono On creativity, tradition, community.
Kadek Suardana Innovation and tradition in Balinese performance and politics.
Firman Djamil Making art, contesting space in Makassar.

DAY 2: Tuesday 29 June
8.30-10am Session 3. New Visualities (Chair: Chua Beng Huat)
Rachmah Ida Fantasizing the community in contemporary Indonesia: local television programs and video arts groups.
Katinka van Heeren Hot Dogs and Spring Rolls or Ten years of post-Soeharto film making: What is at stake?
Gaik Cheng Khoo The politics of Reformasi: independent film makers re-imagine citizenship in Malaysian Gods and project 15 Malaysia.
10-10.30am Coffee/Tea Break
10.30am-12.30pm Session 4. Performing the Region (Chair: Jennifer Lindsay)

Suryadi Minangkabau traditional verbal arts: new media, new venues.
Reza Idria, Azhari Aiyub Sebuah pertunjukan karena sibuk berperang.
Brett Hough Balinese cultural communities and scenes.
Lono Simatupang Some Lessons from the Creative Community Initiative acrossthe Regions.

12.30-1.30pm Lunch
1.30-3.30pm Session 5. New cultural spaces and forms (Chair: Amrih Widodo)
Nuraini Juliastuti Some explanations about the birth of an autodidactic culture.
Alia Swastika Penonton sebagai bagian sejarah seni pertunjukan.
Ali Crosby Alternate arts collectives and the festival phenomenon.
Edwin Jurriens Indonesian video art: Discourse, display and development.
3.30-4pm Coffee/Tea Break
4-5pm Session 6. Overview of papers in local, regional and global contexts
Ariel Heryanto

DAY 3: Wednesday 30 June
8.30 -10.30am Session 7. International sites, intercultural performance (Chair: Denise Varney)
Christine Hudson Understanding the Symbolic Power of Arts Festivals in Asia: some methodological considerations.
Meta Knol Beyond the Dutch – searching the traces of colonialism in Indonesian contemporary art.
Fridus Stijlen Indorock – a Dutch legend?
Aline Scott-Maxwell Representing Indonesia in Australia through cultural performance: communities, collaborations, identities.
10.30-11am Coffee/Tea Break
11am-12.30pm Overview of papers: contemporary Indonesian politics and society (Chair: Barbara Hatley)
St Sunardi, Jennifer Lindsay, Lono Simatupang
12.30-1.30pm Lunch
1.30-2.30pm Session 8. Overview of papers: global modernities, identities (Chair: Bart Barendregt)
Chua Beng Huat, Denise Varney
2.30-3.30pm Session 9. Comparisons with other performance research, potential collaborations (Chair: St Sunardi)
Ugoran Prasad, Sal Murgiyanto
3.30-4pm Coffee/Tea Break
4-5pm Session 10. Publication plans, ongoing networking
Barbara Hatley, Bart Barendregt
----- Evening Concert, Sanata Dharma outdoor stage -----
8-10pm Concert
Thursday 1 July
9.30am-1pm Public seminar where seminar participants will share their expertise and interact with local artists, scholars, students and others.
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