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Indopost AustraliaJune 14, 20185min3940

Organisasi tari dan musik yang berbasis di Sydney, Suara Indonesia Dance, akan menggelar Indonesian Arts and Culture Bazaar yang diberi nama ASYIK Bazaar 2018 yang akan berlangsung pada hari Sabtu tanggal 23 Juni 2018 di Addison Road Community Centre, Marrickville mulai jam 11.00am sampai dengan 16.00pm.

ASYIK Bazaar adalah festival seni Indonesia yang akan menampilkan berbagai hiburan dari musisi, penari dan pelaku seni rupa Indonesia terbaik di Australia. ASYIK Bazaar merupakan kegiatan yang dikelola oleh generasi muda Indonesia-Australia dengan mengkolaborasikan dua budaya antara Indonesia dan Australia.

Kegiatan ini merupakan bagian dari Open Inner West Festival – festival multikultural selama 10 hari yang mempertunjukan seni terbaik di inner west Sydney yang didukung oleh Inner West Council.

Direktur Festival ASYIK Bazaar yang sekaligus Direktur Artistik Suara Indonesia Dance, Alfira O’Sullivan menyatakan, “ASYIK Bazaar 2018 ini akan fokus untuk menampilkan talenta seniman Indonesia di Australia dan seniman Australia yang memiliki relasi atau ketertarikan terhadap Indonesia dan untuk membantu menjaga budaya Indonesia untuk tetap hidup.” O’Sullivan juga menambahkan bahwa Suara Indonesia Dance bangga bisa meneruskan budaya Indonesia melalui seni ke generasi muda.

Jangan sampai terlewatkan penampilan oleh Suara Indonesia Dance, Dulwich Hill Primary Poppers oleh Jack Wardana, Sanggar Saraswati, Sanggar Nusantara, Bambu Balistix, IAWA Angklung, Gita Suara Vocal Group Sydney, dan Jubilate Choir. Akan ada juga penampilan oleh grup seni dari negara bagian Australia lainnya seperti Sanggar Sang Penari Melbourne, Kusuma Indonesia Community Queensland, Gede Eka Riadi dari Canberra, Perth Indonesia Community dan Sanggar Taruko Padangpanjang Sumatera Barat.

Selain atraksi panggung, akan ada juga pojok seni dan kerajinan Indonesia dan tentunya berbagai hidangan khas Indonesia. Jangan lewatkan parade busana, dilengkapi dengan berbagai aktivitas untuk keluarga seperti henna, face painting, workshop wayang dan topeng. Akan ada juga pameran seni dari seniman lokal.

Akan ada juga pemilihan “Little Mr and Little Miss Indonesia” yang merupakan lomba fashion show pakaian daerah Indonesia untuk anak dengan kategori pertama (3-7 tahun) dan kategori kedua (8-12 tahun) dan dapatkan berbagai hadiah menarik.

ASYIK Bazaar bertujuan untuk memperkenalkan khasanah budaya Indonesia ditengah-tengah masyarakat Australia dan sebagai ruang silahturahmi antara komunitas masyarakat, pelajar Indonesia yang ada di Australia khususnya di Sydney dan dapat membangkitkan kecintaan generasi muda Indonesia-Australia terhadap kebudayaan Indonesia serta memberikan ruang bagi seniman Indonesia-Australia dalam mengasah kreatifitasnya.

ASYIK Bazaar adalah bazaar kedua Suara Indonesia Dance sejak kesuksesan besar di tahun 2013 silam yang berhasil menarik 1000 pengunjung.

Suara Indonesia Dance yang telah berkarya selama 16 tahun ini berharap dukungan dari semua pihak untuk dapat menyukseskan dan hadir di ASYIK Bazaar 2018.

Sampai jumpa di ASYIK Bazaar 2018!

Untuk info lebih lanjut mengenai Suara Indonesia Dance: http://www.suaraindonesiadance.com.au

ASYIK INDONESIAN ARTS AND CULTURE BAZAAR 2018

Tanggal : Sabtu, 23 Juni 2018

Waktu : 11:00 AM – 4 PM

Lokasi : Addison Road Community Centre (142 Addison Rd, Marrickville NSW 2204)

Tiket Masuk : Gratis

Registrasi Lomba Parade Busana Daerah “Little Miss and Mr Indonesia” : $20 (Daftar disini https://suaraindonesiadance.wufoo.com/forms/asyik-bazaar-2018-kids-fashion-show-registration/)

Facebook Event : https://www.facebook.com/events/201889590415894/

Kids Fashion Show Contact: Dian (d.ammelia@gmail.com / 0424941164)

Event Contact: Alfira (info@suaraindonesiadance.com.au / 0415431453)


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Indopost AustraliaMarch 26, 201815min7520

The world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas, Vivid Sydney returns in 2018 with a spectacular new precinct at Luna Park, the return of much-loved Customs House, and a fantastical blend of everyday objects and Australian-inspired motifs on the sails of the Sydney Opera House.

“Over 23 nights from Friday 25 May to Saturday 16 June, Vivid Sydney will paint the Harbour City in the colour and spectacle of Vivid Light, take over Sydney stages with Vivid Music’s electric performances and collaborations, and provide a global forum for thought-provoking debate and creative discussion at Vivid Ideas.”

VIVID LIGHT

For the first time, Vivid Sydney’s dazzling Light Walk extends to new precinct Luna Park Sydney, where the iconic amusement park comes alive with large-scale projection on the facade of Coney Island. The show celebrates the history, magic, creativity, engineering, fantasy and imagination that have come together to create millions of memories on this unique and special site.This year also marks the first time Luna Park’s iconic Ferris Wheel will be lit for the festival following an LED refit, which has included a massive boost in the number of lights adorning the wheel.

Vivid Sydney’s bright lights will illuminate the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney again in 2018, where visitors will follow a pathway that weaves through an exciting nocturnal environment inspired by nature. Here, Parrot Party inspired by the New Zealand Kea Parrot and the Australian Rainbow Lorikeet, comes alive as people gather, breaking into song and radiating colourful light. Aqueous will dazzle with its interactive landscape of meandering pathways of light, which will flow and glow in full illuminated interactivity, engaging visitors in collaborative play. The Bloom, a giant electric, metallic flower with petals adorned with mirrors that refract and reflect light, puts you in the centre of the flower capturing the perfect photo moment, and He’e nalu gives the joyous sensation of surfing a wave.

In celebration of their 100 year anniversary, May Gibbs’ iconic and immortal characters, Snugglepot and Cuddlepie and their stalwart companions come to life on the façade of Customs House, as they journey through the Australian Bush and encounter the weird, the wonderful, and things quite unknown altogether. This whimsical piece will be narrated by renowned Australian film and television actress Noni Hazlehurst AM, Patron of the Australian Children’s Laureate, and beloved by Play School devotees far and wide.

All eyes turn to the World-Heritage listed Sydney Opera House at the centre of the Vivid Light Walk for Lighting of the Sails, created in 2018 by award-winning Australian artist Jonathan Zawada. Visitors will be captivated by Metamathemagical, a bold and dynamic display of morphing digital sculptures inspired by recognisable Australian motifs across science, nature and culture.

Sydney’s iconic buildings will once again be transformed, including the facade of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) with Virtual Vibration, a highly-collaborative creative work produced in conjunction with MCA Collection artist Jonny Niesche and composer Mark Pritchard. Interactive lighting display Skylark will let visitors put their own colourful mark on the city, stretching from the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the skyscrapers of Circular Quay to the reaches of Sydney Harbour.

Network Ten and MasterChef Australia will bring a magical experience to the facade of the ASN Co. Building in The Rocks, in celebration of both Masterchef and Vivid Sydney’s 10th Birthday with Mystery Gateau. Mini construction-worker chefs will guide you on a journey of fun and wonderment, with the famous MasterChef clock ticking down to the final extraordinary surprise.

Popular precincts Taronga Zoo, Darling Harbour, Chatswood, Barangaroo and Kings Cross will return in 2018.

Festival favourites from last year are back along with a whole new mob of fierce, fantastic, quirky and endearing species for Taronga Zoo’s Lights for the Wild. Visitors will discover some new spectacular animal light sculptures, and learn how Taronga is working to help save 10 species from extinction over the next 10 years.

An art-meets-technology water fountain, light and laser experience takes Darling Harbour visitors into a dream-like dive under the ocean, while the iconic rooftop of the Australian National Maritime Museum will be projected with BBC Earth and Sir David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II, exploring the fascinating world beneath the waves.

A pop-up market inspired by the colourful neighbourhood street markets of Brazil, built from scaffold and recycled materials and lit by lasers will transform the Chatswood CBD. The Concourse will take visitors on an immersive, deep dive into space featuring NASA’s amazing imagery and 360-degree projection.

Barangaroo glows under layers of light and sound that evoke the surrounding waterways, with the precinct coming to life through the magnificent art of puppetry with a breathtaking, giant luminescent creature venturing along the waterfront in a theatrical display of sound and light.

Precinct contributor Coca-Cola returns to light up the streets of Sydney’s iconic Kings Cross and to support another KX program in 2018. The colourful strip along Darlinghurst Road will be transformed with a spectacular display of light and life. The famous Coca-Cola sign comes alive again in 2018 with an array of flair and a creative colour show. Other Vivid KX transformations include the historic Victorian Terrace; World Bar, which will unfurl a multi-story house party, and the renowned Kings Cross Hotel, which will host cutting-edge artists curated by legendary party-crews.

VIVID MUSIC

Vivid Music ups the ante in 2018 with an electric line-up, from noise to jazz, sonic experimentation to soul. Highlights include a one-night-only performance by Grammy award-winning rock-goddess St. Vincent, and the return of Curve Ball headlined by Alison Wonderland — a large-scale live music and art event created by the team behind Field Day, Harbourlife and Listen Out — both at Carriageworks.

The City Recital Hall returns to the program, tracking the extraordinary rise in jazz with the Innovators In Jazz series featuring the undisputed king, triple Grammy award-winner saxophonist Branford Marsalis.The world’s finest jazz vocalists including Kurt Elling and chanteuse Madeleine Peyroux, will line up alongside Orange is the New Black star Lea Delaria in her musical comedy, jazz interpretation show.

Vivid LIVE at the Sydney Opera House hosts a stellar line-up of Australian exclusives as part of Vivid Sydney, including several Opera House debuts. Highlights this year include American dream-pop icons Mazzy Star, the godfather of West Coast rap Ice Cube, acclaimed 90s indie rock singer/songwriter Cat Power, Grammy award-winning artist Solange, and the long-awaited collaboration between iconic Australian artists Daniel Johns and Luke Steele

Now in its 4th year as part of Vivid Sydney, Heaps Gay struts uptown to Sydney Town Hall for an unmissable experience, the inaugural Qween’s Ball. Other not-to-be missed events include Young Hearts Run Free and one of Australia’s most exciting breakthrough artists performing at the Enmore Theatre, Vera Blue.

Also returning to Vivid Music in 2018 is X|Celerate, a partnership between Vivid Sydney and the City of Sydney to enliven music venues across town. Showcasing grassroots and emerging local music talent, highlights will include Purple Sneakers 12th birthday at The Lansdowne, a fusion of food, wine and music at Cake Wines Cellar Door, and HAPPY and VISIONS at The Lady Hampshire.

VIVID IDEAS

As architects of the future, it’s time to join the masterminds and creative catalysts at Vivid Ideas for inspiration. Vivid Ideas provides a forum to workshop, collaborate and cultivate fresh thinking to drive the creative agenda across tech, design, entertainment and culture. Vivid Ideas returns in 2018 with some of the world’s greatest minds as we explore the future-shaping scenarios that will define our lives.

Vivid Ideas 2018 showcases those who are leading the way in technology, creativity and science. Game Changers and Creative Catalysts this year include film-maker, marine explorer and conservationist James Cameron. In a Vivid Sydney exclusive, James will explore his passion for science and technology, and how it has influenced his work as a film director and environmentalist. James will be joined in conversation by Adam Spencer, while in Sydney to open the James Cameron – Challenging the Deep exhibition at the Australian National Maritime Museum.

Australian global success story Dare Jennings — founder of Mambo Clothing, Phantom Records and Deus ex Machina — joins his good friend James Valentine to discuss creating cult brands that cut across age and lifestyles as well the joys of throwing out the rule book.

Futurist and game developer, Jane McGonigal can prove games have the power transform our real world lives. She and Artificial Intelligence expert Kriti Sharma join Vivid Ideas to explore the latest in AI, VR and gaming to ask what kind of society we can create with technology.

Visual strategist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and co-founder of the Museum of Awe, Dan Goods joins the Vivid Ideas Creative Catalysts line-up to explore how creativity and science interplay and why NASA has a virtual strategist.

The New Horizons series explores the mega-trends and micro-developments in technology and innovation, and shines a light on experts tackling the biggest issues with creativity in a bid to make our future brighter. Topics include Future Fashion, Algae is the New Black, Blockchain Decoded and Evolving Democracy.

Over three successive Wednesdays, Vivid Sydney will take over the Art Gallery of NSW to create an intimate portrait of our better selves. Our special guests dare to ask if we can improve dying, how we can find common ground when and where there’s conflict, and why we should nudge perceptions around female sexuality. These events will be accompanied by curated music from Goldheist, Air Land Sea and Haiku Hands.

The Vivid Ideas Exchange at the Museum of Contemporary Art returns, boasting a diverse line-up of talks presented by creative experts covering topics including the future of work, the ethics of humanising technology and how to become agents for change.

VISIT : WWW.VIVIDSYDNEY.COM


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Indopost AustraliaMarch 21, 20182min3970

PPIA Unimelb mempersembahkan The Forum 5: Turmoil and Opportunity, yang bertujuan untuk meningkatkan kesadaran generasi muda dalam memilih pemimpin negara demi masa depan bangsanya.

Bekerja sama dengan Asumsi.co, PPIA Unimelb mengundangmu untuk menambah wawasan mengenai politik Indonesia, dan mempersiapkan diri untuk Pilkada yang mendatang.

Dengan harapan menghapus stigma politik di kalangan anak muda, acara ini akan diselenggarahkan pada:

: 23 Maret 2018
: Outcome.life, 121 Cardigan St, Carlton
: Pintu dibuka jam 18:00

Suarakan pendapatmu dan #melekpolitikyuk dalam memahami dan menentukan pendirian pada tahun politik ini!


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Indopost AustraliaMarch 21, 20182min3990

PPIA Victoria proudly presents: “Alun-Alun 2018: 1 Nusa 1 Bangsa”!!!

Acara tahunan PPIA Victoria, Alun-Alun 2018 akan diselenggarakan dalam waktu mendekat. Alun-Alun 2018 akan digelar di Konsulat Jenderal Republik Indonesia (KJRI), 72 Queens Rd, Melbourne pada hari Sabtu, 31 Maret 2018 dari pukul 10 pagi hingga 5 sore. Alun- Alun 2018 diselenggarakan dengan tujuan untuk menyambut para pelajar yang baru tiba di Melbourne. Disana, mereka dapat berkenalan dengan teman-teman baru, menicicipi makanan khas Indonesia, menonton berbagai pertunjukan menarik dan pastinya lapor diri di KJRI. Tahun ini tema yang diangkat adalah 1 Nusa 1 Bangsa. Tema ini berlatar belakang untuk menunjukan bahwa Indonesia terdiri dari berbagai suku bangsa yang berbeda-beda tetapi tetap satu. Sama halnya dengan pelajar Indonesia yang datang ke Melbourne berasal dari berbagai daerah di Indonesia tetapi satu bangsa, bangsa Indonesia.

 

Jauh dari tanah air bukan berarti tidak bisa menikmati makanan khas Indonesia. Alun-Alun 2018 menyediakan berbagai makanan khas daerah, jajanan pasar, dan minuman yang pastinya akan mengingatkan pengunjung bahwa Indonesia kaya akan keberagaman. Tidak hanya itu, pengunjung pun dapat berpartisipasi dalam lomba-lomba menarik serta menikmati berbagai performance yang dibawakan oleh ranting-ranting PPIA dan organisasi-organisasi masyarakat di Melbourne. Psst, beberapa dari mereka juga akan melakukan open recruitment anggota baru lho! Jadi, kalau kamu ingin merasakan pengalaman berorganisasi di Melbourne, jangan lupa untuk hadir di Alun-Alun 2018.

 

Jadi tunggu apa lagi? Ajak segera teman-temanmu untuk datang dan ikut bersama-sama meramaikan Alun-Alun 2018! Acara ini terbuka untuk umum.

 

For more information, go follow us on Twitter (@ppiavic) and Instagram (@ppiavic)

 

See you in Alun-Alun 2018!


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Indopost AustraliaFebruary 12, 20184min4330

Celebrate the Year of the Dog!

Lunar New Year is an annual community festival to mark the New Year in the Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean Calendars. With a huge program including plenty of food, entertainment, and free activities, this is an event for the whole family to enjoy.

This year, we’re bringing you an exciting and colourful program showcasing traditional and contemporary cultural performances, including Korean drumming, K-Pop dancers, Vietnamese Ao Dai show, Lion & Dragon dance, local favourites, Sophia Bridget Dalisay and Marcus Rivera, Katrina & the Wonderdogs, and special international guest performers, Wuhan Peking Opera Company from China, and Pyeong taek Nong Ak Percussion team from South Korea.

Get your food fix at our hawker-inspired markets, with some of the best Asian treats on offer: Vietnamese Banh Xeo pancakes, Malaysian noodles, Korean bulgogi beef, pork belly bao, gourmet fried ice cream, desserts from KOI Dessert Bar and refreshing bubble tea, to mention just a few! Families also have the opportunity to enjoy the night from the relaxed setting of the family friendly Lunar Lounge and Dumpling Bar.

Event highlights:

  • Wuhan Peking Opera Company from China
  • Pyeong taek Nong Ak Percussion team from South Korea
  • Katrina and the Wonderdogs
  • Kung-Fu performances by Sydney Youth Lion & Dragon Dance Troupe
  • Free craft workshops, games and activities
  • Free K-pop workshops and kid’s cooking classes 
  • Delicious Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese food and desserts
  • Firecracker show
  • Spectacular fireworks finale

What are you waiting for ?

Video Link: Click Here

For enquiries about the event above please contact the organisation directly.



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Indopost AustraliaFebruary 8, 20183min3950

In its seventh year, the Premier’s Harmony Dinner continues to celebrate the NSW Government’s commitment to a cohesive and inclusive society in which cultures, languages and religions of all citizens are accepted and appreciated.


Featuring incredible special performances, the Multicultural Honour Roll, the Premier’s Multicultural Community Medals, and a prize for Best Cultural Dress, the evening is a sit down cultural dress or black tie dinner not to be missed.


The Premier’s Harmony Dinner is presented by Multicultural NSW. Multicultural NSW promotes building and maintaining a cohesive and harmonious multicultural society that enriches the lives of all the people of NSW.



Ticket Booking Link : Click Here

For enquiries about the event above please contact the organisation directly.


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Indopost AustraliaDecember 19, 20171min4980

Sydney’s New year celebration is always phenomenal from time to time, It is one of the best moments of the year.

Everyone from all the corners of the world comes together to celebrate this magical moment.

There are a couple of events going on almost at the same time, so make sure that you know which one you’re going to first !

Click more information below to see what’s on !

 

For more information click HERE.


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Indopost AustraliaDecember 19, 20171min4780

St Mary’s Cathedral will again be the star of Sydney’s public Christmas celebrations.

The Lights of Christmas return to capture the imagination of audiences with a spectacular light and sound show.

Starting each evening at 7.30pm with a choir performance.

This year there will be more food options available on site including Christmas-inspired churros and artisan gelato.

Presented by AGB Events.

 

Every day, 7.30pm to 12am

From Wednesday 6 December to Monday 25 December 2017

 

More info click HERE.



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