Kuda Binal/Heri Dono

ZSA ZSA ZSU/Tromarama

Makcik Performance/Ferial Afiff

About Indonesian Visual Art Archive (IVAA)

Indonesian Visual Art Archive (IVAA) actively collects art archives through documentation and exploration and facilitates research through its online archive and physical space in Yogyakarta.

It is a not for profit organization documenting the growth of alternative (art) practices in cities that may have otherwise been left unrecognised by the government.

IVAA positions itself as a partner for education institutions in an attempt to annotate practices of disseminating knowledge through art.

The IVAA Online Archive was built on a model that aims to comprehend relationships among art professionals and to deliver the history of Indonesian visual art through written, spoken and visual documentation.  photographs, audiovisual records and printed documents documenting art practices dating from pre-independence until today. Some of the collection is accessible from Rumah IVAA library as well as online at @rsipIVAA http://archive.ivaa-online.org/

Find out more about IVAA here:

ivaa-online.org
archive.ivaa-online.org
library.ivaa-online.org

https://www.instagram.com/ivaa_id/?hl=en
https://www.facebook.com/indonesian.visual.art.archive/
https://twitter.com/kawanivaa?lang=en

Requirements

TBC

Intern Duties

TBC

Work Hours

40 hours/week.

Office Attire

Casual (e.g. Polo/t-shirt, jeans, cargo shorts, sports shoes or sandals)

Location

Jalan Ireda Gang Hiperkes MG I-188 A/B, Kampung Dipowinatan,
Keparakan, Yogyakarta 55152
Indonesia

Student Profiles

Lauren Paterson is a participant in the 2018 Creative Arts and Design Professional Practicum from the University of New South Wales.

Lauren is studying a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honors) majoring in Photomedia.

She received a $3,000 New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant to support her participation in this program. Read more here.