Agustin Pandhuniawati Heryani known as Nia Agustina, born in 1989. Based in Yogyakarta. Engaged in nurturing young practitioner in the Indonesia’s dance field through writing-curating-dramaturgy since established Paradance Platform in 2014. Co-curator of Indonesian Dance Festival (2016-2020). Co-founded the performance arts and performing arts critique and review website with her husband Ahmad Jalidu in 2017. Got a master’s in Mathematics Education in 2015 from Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta (Yogyakarta State University) and working on gender equality and inclusivity discourse since 2015 through several institutions affected her approach on working at performing arts scene.

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Jatiwangi Art Factory: Cultural work that breaks the mould

Translation by Eka Wahyuni In one corner of West Java, Indonesia, in the Majalengka Regency, a group of volunteers work hand in hand to distribute Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), groceries, food, and medical equipment to people who have to work outside the home during the Covid-19 pandemic. These volunteers were the Relawan Jabar Baik (West […]

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