Dewi returns to the Indofest Cultural and Culinary Festival this year with the solo Sundanese dance ‘Langeor’, an energetic dance consisting of agile hand, shoulder and hip movements. Dancing is in Dewi’s blood, having been born into a family of performers in Subang,... read more
The Indofest Cultural & Culinary Festival is located at the Cultural Precinct on North Terrace, adjacent to the State Library of South Australia, South Australian Museum, Art Gallery of South Australia and the Migration Museum. Events and activities are happening... read more
Sunday’s Cultural & Culinary Festival celebrates the end of another successful Indofest program. Starting last month, hundreds of volunteers have come together and given time to participate in a broad range of events and activities that have educated, entertained... read more
Saturday 19 November 2016 at 11:00am followed by lunch, Ridge Park, Barr-Smith Ave, Glen Osmond Have your say in the running of the Australian-Indonesian Association of South Australia and nominate for a committee position. Join us for the Annual General Meeting of... read more
Friday 21 October 2016 3-6pm, Noel Stockdale Room, Central Library, Flinders University, Bedfprd Park Campus Anton Lucas began his studies of Indonesia in 1970 and commenced teaching at Flinders University in 1981. His work reflects the aims of Jembatan and Flinders... read more
Sunday 23 October 2016 from 2:30 – 3:30pm at The Pendopo, Flinders University, Bedford Park Campus (car park 4) The program includes a traditional dance drama, Srikandi Ajar Manah, performed by two renowned Javanese performing artists Anon Suneko and Asteria... read more
Lord Mayor Martin Haese and Lady Mayoress Genevieve Theseira-Haese welcome 18 young Indonesians and future leaders, visiting Adelaide this month on the Australia-Indonesia Youth Exchange Program, hosted by local businesses and families. Pictured here with Deane Edgecombe, Honorary Consul for Indonesia in SA. Funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade through the Australia-Indonesia Institute and the aid program, the exchange is run in conjunction with the Indonesian Government’s Ministry of Youth and Sports.
A few photos from today's BBQ on the banks of the Torrens River in the heart of Adelaide to thank the volunteers for all their hard work in making Indofest 2016 the success that it was! A big terima kasih too to our Volunteers Coordinator Ridlo!!