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Dialita, Lotus in the Mud

Photo courtesy of Kedai Kebun Forum Bitter experience does not always resulting downturn. At least it’s reflected in these women. They called themselves Dialita, stands for Di Atas Lima Puluh Tahun (above fifty years), the age of most of its members. A female choir who’s the members are victims, families, …

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Dialita’s Tribute for the Young Generation

Photo courtesy of Anom Sugiswoto October 1st, 2016 is an important day for the choir group called Dialita. On that day, they released an album entitled “Dunia Milik Kita (The World Belongs to Us)” under the banyan tree named Beringin Sukarno, Sanata Dharma University, Yogyakarta. The album contains 10 songs, …

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Agung “Leak” Kurniawan Gratitute

Photo source: Aji Wartono Facebook The ambitious project of Agung “Leak” Kurniawan to re-singing, record and distribute songs of Dialita finally completed. Dialita is a choir who’s the members are former female political prisoners and families of 1965 tragedy, they without a trial, jailed, banished, or exiled by the regime. …

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Dialita Rehearsal in Kedai Kebun Forum

Photo courtesy of Kedai Kebun Forum Those two-day, hall of Kedai Kebun Forum (KKF) which located on the second floor, just above the gallery space, looks hectic and busy. The light is on, the door was opened and seen a lot of activities. Hall of KKF normally uses for routine …

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M. Hadid, Curator of Buku Andalan

Photo courtesy of Kedai Kebun Forum Mohammad Hadid or M. Hadid is a comic activist and art activist. His last project was curating of a literacy event initiated by Yustina Neni, director of Kedai Kebun Forum (KKF), called Buku Andalan. His perspective to see Buku Andalan, is that the event …

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Reading Room of Buku Andalan

Photo courtesy of Kedai Kebun Forum Buku Andalan is a literacy event where the products are presented in the form of books and its derivative products such as art book, comic, archive, merchandise, and so forth. Involving several literary communities in Yogyakarta such as Barasub, Forum Komik Jogja, Impian Studio, …

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Welcome to Kedai Kebun Forum Book Review

The talk of the town book Sejarah Estetika by Martin Suryajaya, was well received. The review was attended by prominent academics, artists, art activists, writers, and students. Even Joned Suryatmoko, a theater practitioner and society educator, and Anom Sugiswoto, a stage photographer and Shaggydog band  road manager, showed among the …

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