Kamis, 04 Maret 2010
Senin, 01 Maret 2010
Mag. Hans Joachim Holz
General Secretariat : Sportplatzstraße 10, 4770 Andorf, Austria
Tel. u. Fax :++43 7766 41080
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org, homepage : www.iov-world.com
1979 - 2009
CN: 113/2010 HJH-JG-HG Andorf, 01.03.2010
Dear new member,
Dear Andris Adhitra,
May we present our sincerest thanks on behalf of the World Presiding Board of the International Organization of Folk Art (IOV) for sending us your membership form.
By this letter we gladly confirm your membership in our organization and welcome you in the large family of IOV.
Your IOV registration no is 4262
We are very pleased with your decision to become a member of our International Organization which at present counts on members in 184 countries all over the world.
Our manifold working tasks and programme for folk art, folk culture and cultural heritage include dancing, singing, music, traditional costumes, science and investigation, ethnographical museums, handicrafts, folk art festivals and gatherings, popular architecture, fairy-tales, legends, literature, popular poetry and popular theatre.
Nevertheless, we would like to emphasize that membership in our Organization also means active participation. We expect from our new members also some interesting and prolific suggestions and ideas as well as their regular cooperation..
Folk art and traditional culture are essential parts of the cultural heritage of all peoples all over the world. We have to protect and to promote these goods for the whole mankind in order to contribute to the understanding among peoples and to maintain peace in our world.
We count on your active cooperation in order to achieve our organization‘s objectives together.
We are looking forward to our future cooperation and express our deep respect and solidarity.
In the meantime we remain
Carmen D. Padilla Mag. Hans-Joachim Holz President Secretary General
Jalan Kedoya 29
Pondok Cina Depok
IOV is a worldwide organization of individuals and institutions working to document, preserve and promote all forms of folk art, both tangible and intangible. The organization was founded in Belgium in 1979 and is registered under the laws of Austria, where the Office of the IOV Secretariat is located.
IOV sponsors national and international folk art festivals as well as cultural exchanges of performing artists and visual art. Through its scientific and pedagogical symposia and workshops, IOV encourages scholarly research, documentation and publication on topics related to folk art and traditions.
Recent conferences have explored aspects of storytelling, children’s games, legends, crafts, folk tales, dance, weaving and textiles, tool making, religious practices, costuming, architecture, social practices and seasonal celebrations. The UNESCO Convention on the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, with its emphasis on research and documentation, provides the framework for IOV programs and projects.All IOV members participate in the General Assembly, which meets every fourth year. The General Assembly approves revisions to bylaws, elects officers and approves budgets and financial expenditures. The Executive Board is comprised of the officers, commission chairs and regional leaders and is responsible for the overall success of IOV’s programs and projects. The Presidential Council, which consists of the officers and Secretary-General, oversees the Secretariat, engages in long, medium and short range planning, implements IOV policy and develops membership programs and benefits. The IOV Secretariat is staffed by the Secretary General, and is responsible for the day to day operations of IOV.
My name is Andris Adhitra from . I just graduated from University of Indonesia Faculty of Law.
During my college time I joined a student folklore group in my University called KRIDA BUDAYA, which had experienced hundreds festival around the world since 1988.
I join the team of the Cultural Mission of Indonesia to several festival in France and Italy 2007 organized by Association National Culture and Tradition under designation of Jean Roches and Marie Agnes Jacques in Gannat.
After I teach children in various school and we represent our beloved country in festival in Philippines and International Children Festival in Tianjin China, and also joining the Folklore Group Swara Maharddhika of present the complete panorama of Indonesia in France 2009.
After I joined the team of WAYANG AJEN PARWA PUJANGGA, on presented WAYANG (Indonesia traditional wooden puppet show) under designation of ARSENA MEDIA KREASI Jakarta and Association National Culture and Tradition, Gannat France.Now, I represent youth from Indonesia. We concentrate our developing activity on introduce the cultural heritage of Indonesia to children and youth, so we can share our idea about our cultural heritage to the children and youth around the world.
Last November 2009. I attend the SEAChange Youth Forum in Malaysia.
In this forum, youths across all age groups display the desire to provide more for their family and/or community. We see problems in their lives and society, and want to be able to do something about it. What’s stopping us? Ourselves – our personal habits, lifestyle, knowledge, ability, and wealth. Hence the drive for personal change. But is it all about personal gain? Apart from Malaysia and Singapore, stories from youths across the region strongly suggest that personal change is not just about what we can gain for themselves, but what wecan do for others.
Therefore we need your support to help us enhance the developing of IOV Indonesia Youth section and link with another youth around the world.
With support from Mr. George Frandsen IOV USA, and our friends Olvin Valentin, we decide to become IOV Indonesia Youth Section.
About IOV Indonesia:
IOV Indonesia youth section serves as a platform to channel the aspirations and talents of the students and youth from Indonesia in the field of dancing, particularly traditional dancing and music.
IOV Indonesia Youth section’s vision is to respect and preserve Indonesia’s rich culture. To accomplish this vision, IOV Indonesia Youth section sets its mission to learn the traditional dances of Indonesia and widen their reach so they can be appreciated by the public at large. IOV Indonesia Youth section was just formed in February 2010.
To achieve its vision and mission, IOV Indonesia Youth section is very serious in enhancing youth to learn traditional dances and music.
This year we wish to join The Second IOV Youth Congress 2010
on Urban Sustainability and Cultural Heritage in Nanjing China.
We focus our field of study in Bali, since there are a lot cultural heritage in Bali, and urban sustainability as the result of tourism industry in Bali.
IOV INDONESIA YOUTH SECTION
Jalan Kedoya 29 pondok Cina Depok
We need your support by forward this email to your friend who can share idea about culture among youth and children.
We are ongoing the process to have an International Youth Folklore Festival in Indonesia on 2011, which wish to invite thousand talented youth from around the world, following the greatest event in Macao and Aberdeen, and other region.
Please do support. We thank you very much.