[ Canon EOS 600D | f/5 | 1/125sec. | ISO-200 | 50mm | 05.45 AM ]
Kasongan is located in Bantul or about 6 kilometers south of Yogyakarta. Here, the pottery has become a common profession for generations until now. There is no valid data to show when the pottery activities began. However, based on the book “Disain Keramik Kasongan” (written by Ponimin), there was a man is called Kyai Song who was the pioneer of the Kasongan ceramics about 320 years ago. (more…)
Some days ago I posted pictures about someone dancing on the top of roof. Quite surprisingly, there were many of questions about the activity, such as where and what was the occasion and why it is done on the roof and so on. I felt less responsible when posting a photo that just raised many questions. Therefore, I present a post that is expected to answer the reader’s questions.
The events was held on a small village in the mountainside of Merapi. That was my second time there, since last I saw the art performance held by Tlatah Bocah Community on 2011 after the big eruption of Mount Merapi.
Well, this is the story.. (more…)
Queen Boko Palace is a magnificent palace complex was built in the 8th century. It was originally named Abhayagiri Vihara (the monastery on a peaceful hill) where located 3 kilometers in south of the complex of Prambanan temple, Yogyakarta. (more…)
Gamelan is the music created by the blended sound of traditional musical instruments. Gamelan easily found in various regions of Indonesia. This gamelan music can be found in Java, Madura, Bali, and Lombok. Of course, the variants of instruments that used are different. (more…)