In 2014 she launched her first novel, “The Voices of Butterflies,” that portrays the experiences of 9 Indonesian youth and 9 young people from Canada
Myra’s fervent desire to fashion and partiality for gender equality paved her way for establishing her brand named “Siji”
The witty black hen, the tale of dog and monkey, ghosts and wandering souls keep “haunting” Monez.
The young dancer who about to go stellar. But one day, she had to take a break, again. Bronchitis and weight loss made her changed her plans.
His recent novel entitled, “Kulit Kera Piduka,” (2020) discusses complex issues that range from tradition, tourism, violence against women, and feminism.
Donal’s impressionist paintings are appealing to many eyes. Nonetheless, some people still ask “are those paintings merely a mooi indies?” “where is the depth of such artworks?”
Although considered as one of the earliest forms of art and has a huge influence to the world, nowadays graphic art is not quite popular in Indonesia.
Only a handful of photographers in Indonesia are into documentary photography. Compared to hard news photography, documentary requires more length of time when it comes to the creative process.
Many miles away from the Southern State, in the island of Bali, there is Made Mawut, a bright soloist who choose Delta Blues as his musical expression.
Sani uniquely captures women’s expression and spirit in her canvas. She is well known for her painting style which vividly depicts the celebration of women’s fashion and life.