Japanese Festival Ennichisai | Free Symphony | Balloon Art | Cool Things To Do in Jakarta This Weekend

Photo from Ennichisai Blok M 2014.

Get a taste of Japanese culture at Ennichisai Blok M (Sat-Sun)

ENNICHISAI SEBENTAR LAGI!!!Penasaran booth apa aja yang ada di Ennichisai? Ini dia denahnya.Jangan lupa untuk datang ke Ennichisai 2018 pada 30 Juni – 1 Juli di Little Tokyo, Blok M!

Posted by Ennichisai Blok M on Tuesday, June 26, 2018

The Ennichisai Blok M takes place annually in the Blok’s “Little Tokyo” area of Melawai surrounding Blok M Square. Thousands of Japanophiles flock to the festival to enjoy J-Pop musical performances, cosplay competitions, traditional Japanese food stalls and much more. For a taste of what Ennichisai is all about, check out this video from 2016’s festival and for more info go to www.ennichisaiblokm.com.

 

Enjoy a free classical music concert by the Jakarta Simfonia Orchestra (Saturday)

Jakarta Simfonia Orchestra, together with Jakarta Oratorio Society under the direction of Dr. Stephen Tong is coming to…

Posted by Aula Simfonia Jakarta on Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Classic music fans will definitely want to check out this free performance on Saturday by the Jakarta Simfonia Orchestra. Together with the Jakarta Oratorio Society and under the direction of Dr. Stephen Tong, the Simfonia Orchestra is kicking off its 2018 Grand Concert Tour with a performance at Aula Simfonia Jakarta at 5pm featuring works by Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn and more. For more info

 

Hear a cutting-edge Indonesian music performance at the French cultural center (Saturday)

SUPERSONIK #27: Random Brothers x Dea DalilaRandom Brothers by Blood (Randy Danistha dan Nara Anindyaguna), bagian…

Posted by Institut Français d'Indonésie on Saturday, June 23, 2018

For the latest in their Supersonik music series, Institut Français d’Indonésie is bringing together synth music maestros Random Brothers by Blood and vocalist Dalilektra (Dea Dalila) to create new compositions that will be illustrated with an adjoining exhibition by 3D artist co.une (Hilzam Hindami). Entrance IDR100,000. For more info 

 

Check out the “Grotesk” art of Natisa Jones (exhibition opening Saturday)

Natisa Jones (Jakarta, 1989) graduated with a degree in Fine Art from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT),…

Posted by RUCI Art Space on Friday, June 22, 2018

Natisa Jones is an Indonesian artist with a degree in Fine Art from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) whose works explore notions of “self-identity and the spontaneity and expressive nature of the human psyche.” Her solo exhibition, “Grotesk”, will be opening at Gallery Salihara on Saturday. For more info

 

Watch things blow up at the Indonesian Balloon Art Festival

INDONESIA BALLOON ART FESTIVAL kembali hadir di Mal Ciputra Jakarta!!Nikmati keseruan festival balon mulai tanggal 29…

Posted by Mal Ciputra Jakarta on Monday, June 11, 2018

Balloons can be turned into much more than dogs. The Indonesian Balloon Art Festival at Mal Ciputra will see the inflatable objects turned into traditional Indonesian figures, clothing and even Borobudur.  Check out this video of the 2015 Balloon Art Festival to get a taste of what they’ve got in store for this year.

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