Selasa, 22 Mei 2012
Kandarpa Gunita Trisakti University headed to the Cultural Festival in the United States
Minggu, 13 Mei 2012
Selasa, 10 April 2012 GELAR PAMIT TIM BUDAYA SMP LABSCHOOL CIBUBUR KE TURKI Sebuah kehormatan bagi SMP Labschool Cibubur sebagai sekolah yang baru berdiri pada tahun pelajaran 2011/2012 mendapatkan kesempatan untuk mewakili Indonesia di dunia internasional dalam rangka ikut partisipasi pada “5th International Children Folklore Festival Mugla, Fethiye, Turkey 18-29 April 2012”. Tim Misi Budaya SMP Labschool Cibubur akan berkompetisi dalam festival tersebut yang rencananya diikuti oleh 22 negara peserta.. Tim budaya yang berjumlah tiga puluh dua orang terdiri dari duapuluh tujuh siswa, dua guru dan tiga pelatih tari, akan menampilkan sedikitnya lima tarian daerah Indonesia, yaitu Tari Genjring Bocah dari Jakarta, Tari Mambo dari Papua, Tari Padang Rantak Tempurung dari Sumatera Barat, Tari Gentar Talu dari Kalimantan.serta Tari Rapai Geleng dan Saman dari Nangro Aceh Darussalam. Harapan yang besar tentunya diinginkan oleh seluruh keluarga besar Labschool agar Tim Budaya dapat berprestasi dalam even tersebut sehingga dapat membuat harum nama bangsa dan negara di mata dunia. Oleh karena itu disamping harapan besar seluruh keluarga besar Labschool-pun mensupportnya, baik dalam bentuk doa maupun semangat. Selain keluarga besar Labschoool, dukungan-pun bergayung sambut dari Kementrian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan serta Komite Nasional Indonesia untuk Unesco (KNIU), sehingga kegiatan Gelar Pamit misi Budaya difasilitasi di gedung A Kementrian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan ruang Graha Utama lantai 3 Senayan Jakarta. Dalam kesempatan tersebut berkenan hadir jajaran pejabat Kemdikbud yaitu Wakil Menteri bidang Pendidikan bapak Prof. Dr. Ir. H. Musliar Kasim, M.S., Dirjen Pendidikan Menengah bapak Hamid Muhammad, M.Sc., Ph.D., Direktur Pembinaan Kesenian dan Perfilman, bapak Drs. Sulistyo Tirto Kusumo, M.M. ketua KNIU, bapak Prof. Dr. Arief Rachman, Koordinator ASPnet Indonesia, Ibu Dra. Hasna Gasim serta jajaran pejabat di Kementrian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan. Sedangkan pimpinan Labschool yang hadir adalah Ketua BPS YP UNJ, Ibu Indira Sunito, M.Psi., Kepala SMP Labschool Jakarta, Kepala SMA Labschool Jakarta dan Cibubur serta manajemen Labschool Cibubur serta perwakilan SMP Al Ikhlas Jakarta. Acara gelar pamit diisi dengan sambutan Ketua BPS, dilanjutkan oleh ketua KNIU serta sambutan dari wakil menteri bidang Pendidikan. Sedangkan pembekalan khusus diberikan oleh bapak Drs..Sulistyo Tirto Kusumo, M.M yang memberikan tips dan trik untuk tampil lebih baik di festival. Selain penampilan para siswa yang akan menjadi misi budaya ke Turki, dalam acara tersebut juga ditampilkan ansamble angklung yang dipimpin oleh bapak Asep Nurohman, S.Pd. serta penampilan tim Paduan Suara SMP Labschool Cibubur yang menyuguhkan dua lagu yang merdu dan memanjakan telinga. Acara yang dimulai tepat pukul 14.00 diakhiri pukul 16.30 dengan sesi foto bersama tim misi budaya bersama Wakil menteri bidang Pendidikan, Dirjen Dikmen, Bapak Arief, kepala sekolah dan guru pendamping serta orang tua siswa. Selamat jalan Tim SMP Labschool Cibubur, semoga Jaya dan membanggakan negara!
5. Fethiye International Children's Festival, the traditional costumes from different countries attended a parade of children began to walk. Fethiye, 550 children from four continents, the world sent messages of peace. Governorship of Mugla Fethiye Tourism Infrastructure organized and conducted by the Association by the 5th International Children's Festival, started the town of Fethiye, Mugla. 550 children from 22 countries coming to town, the traditional procession of the festival with traditional costumes joined the march. Albania, Bulgaria, Brazil, China, Indonesia, Ethiopia, Russia, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Mongolia, Serbia, India, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Tunisia and the guys from Market Square, beginning Tuesday joined the procession, hand in hand . Procession ended in front of the Statue of Ataturk led the march to the emergence of color images. With children from 4 continents Fethiye Fethiye leaving a wreath at Ataturk Monument National Education Director Yuksel Gultekin, said tomorrow's executives were happy to welcome in Fethiye. Transferred to the whole world should be an example of the table consisting of Fethiye Gultekin, " Today, our guests. We love you very much. Willing you manage large states when the war will not do, tell a lie, a statesman of integrity, you will leave." he said. All children from 22 countries and then brought them gifts cortege march protocol was delivered in Fethiye.
Cebu has been home to folk dance exhibitions in the Visayas. In fact, almost every town or city in the province has a dance festival: La Torta in Argao, Karansa in Danao, Kabkaban in Carcar, and Mantawi in Mandaue, to name a few. But the Visayas as a whole has always been partial to dance festivals—the Masskara and Dinagyang street dance festivals should indicate this. Visayans are a highly expressive people, according to National Commission of Culture and the Arts (NCCA) chair Felipe de Leon, so it was only fitting that the NCCA’s International Dance Xchange festival should be held in Cebu. Now on its fourth year, Dance Xchange boasted of eight international groups from the United Kingdom, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand, South Korea and Singapore, and 17 dance companies from the Philippines, including Ballet Manila, Ballet Philippines, Lahing Batangan Dance Troupe, MEV Dance Company, Mandayaw Cultural Ensemble, University of San Agustin Kawilihan Dance Troupe, Melengas Dance Ensemble, among others. Yemu (Korea) Dance Xchange 2012 was led by Shirley Halili-Cruz and Larry Gabao of the NCCA National Committee on Dance, in cooperation with Cebu Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia. In a series of workshops, local and foreign troupes performed in a multicultural assembly that showed each country’s or each Philippine region’s respective dance forms. Rather than merely perform one by one, the different dance companies were brought to dance together, led by the United Kingdom’s Big Dance Company, in what was called as the Masters’ Workshop. KARANSA (Danao) Big Dance, helmed by Fiona Richardson, led the hall in a contemporary dance piece, later followed by an interpretative section. In every section, the large group of delegates was divided into three. Despite the cultural barriers separating the dance companies, Richardson noted that respect for cultural differences became a key factor for effective exchange. “They forget everything through dance,” Richardson said. “I know in some religions they don’t allow contact, and [everybody] respected that.” In the interpretative section of the Masters’ Workshop, a part of the dance paired off dancers. While some dancers took to lifting their partners, others who had partners from non-contact cultures respected the latter’s cultural triat. But whether coming from contact or non-contact cultures, the groups performed with grace to a song with the lines from the English folk poem, Georgie Porgie. CEBU Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia Another set of dance workshops was arranged by the NCCA for those not affiliated with any professional troupe. The first workshop was led by Joseph Gonzales of the Akademi Seni Budaya & Warisan Kebangsaan (National Academy of Arts, Culture and Heritage, Malaysia), where he and his dancers taught the Joget, a 400-year-old dance, contemporized by Mohammad Razin. “The rhythm is like 6/8ths, and it is a very lively, playful, couple dance. They say it has a lot of similarities to Portuguese folk dance,” Gonzales said. The Joget features the ordinary lives of people, such as how old men and women conduct themselves in society. Another dance workshop was held by Douglas Nierras’ Power Dance. Participants found the workshop on jazz dance exhausting but exhilarating. MALAYSIAN professor Joseph Gonzales Lectures were also given by Debbie McRitchie of the Commonwealth Society of Teachers of Dancing and Joseph Gonzales of Malaysia. De Leon also gave a lecture regarding the various typologies of dance, which seem to be broader than common knowledge suggests. According to the NCCA head, folk, indigenous and Moro dances, are separate from one another, and there are at least three other types of Philippine dance-academic, poblacion (city dances), and pop dances. The differences among these dances include the object of devotion, geography and demographics, among other. “That’s why we really have to rethink dance, because it has become mere entertainment,” De Leon said. Prior to the rise of pop culture, De Leon said, dances were not just mere entertainment, but rather a representation of the daily activities of people in specific a specific physical and social geography. Hence dance should be studied not just in a purely technical manner. FELIPE de Leon “Dances should be studied in their socio-cultural context,” de Leon said. Performances Major performances highlighted Dance Xchange. Czardas, a Hungarian music piece, was made into an original ballet by the Halili-Cruz Ballet Company. It had slow parts, which were largely focused on the central couple; the fast parts had the ballerinas in the background dancing in perfect sync with one another. The Kaagan Dance Theatre Collective, headed by Jemael Nur Jatico II, performed the Saumpi, a lively dance that uses bamboo and fans as props, similar to the singkil, but with much variation and innovation. This dance is actually a courtship dance and symbolizes the bond between the Kaagan and Tausug ethnic groups. MASTERS’ Workshop 2 Hwa Yi Ethnic Performing Arts showed the Thousand-Hand Bodhissattva, which depicts the thousand hands of Buddha. Clad in golden costumes, the dancers performed delicate and slow hand and arm movements. The Bayanihan Philippine National Folk Dance Company did a rendition of Kami, which depicts the lives of cosmopolitan people in the Spanish colonial era. A similar dance was also done by the Philippine Normal University’s Kislap Sining. The festival was held in Cebu City and other parts of the province. International groups scattered around the province to join local dance groups in the towns of Danao, Carcar, and Talisay in dance exhibitions. In Danao, for example, a Korean traditional dance known as the Yemu was performed by Jang-Eun Cho. The Yemu is slow and is considered the dance of the scholar or the artist. The IOV Indonesia Youth Sector performed a plate dance, while the Saint Louis University Dance Troupe of Baguio City performed the Binasuan. Both dances highlight a dancer’s skill of keeping either a plate or glass stable in various positions. Highly notable was the Sinukwan Kapampangan Performing Arts group, led by Peter Agustin de Vera. Their dance showed off the Kapampangan’s religious devotion. Their props simulated a major Catholic procession, complete with the image of the Virgin Mary and back-mounted candelabras. The dance showed black-hooded flagellants, quickly echoing images of the Lenten penitents in the Central Luzon region. It goes without saying that the workshops, lectures and performances celebrated multiculturalism and interracial tolerance. It also afforded everyone a chance to exchange ideas to advance dance and the performing arts. In the end, movement—and by extension, dance—became a definite sign of life of not just the dancer, but also the culture he belongs to. “While people are still alive, there will still be dance,” De Leon said.
Kamis, 10 Mei 2012
INDONESIA STUDENT FOLKLORE FESTIVAL 2012
Jumat, 04 Mei 2012
DANCE XCHANGE 2012: The International Dance Workshop and Festival 2:43 AM Vernon Go The NCCA-National Committee on Dance under the leadership of Ms. Shirley Halili-Cruz in partnership with the Province of Cebu under the leadership of Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia is holding Dance Xchange 2012: The International Dance Workshop and Festival with the theme "Cultural Connectivity through Dance”. This event is the Philippine celebration of the International Dance Day and in accordance with Presidential Proclamation No. 154, declaring the last week of April as the "National Dance Week". Dance Xchange is also one of the banner projects of the Philippines, the Province of Cebu in particular as the ASEAN Cultural Capital for 2012. This will be held on April 27 – 30, 2012 at the Cebu International Convention Center, Cebu City, Philippines. IOV INDONESIA JOIN DANCE EXCHANGE, CEBU PHILIPPINES 26 APRIL-MAY 2ND 2012 DANCE XCHANGE 2012: The International Dance Workshop and Festival 2:43 AM Vernon Go The NCCA-National Committee on Dance under the leadership of Ms. Shirley Halili-Cruz in partnership with the Province of Cebu under the leadership of Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia is holding Dance Xchange 2012: The International Dance Workshop and Festival with the theme "Cultural Connectivity through Dance”. This event is the Philippine celebration of the International Dance Day and in accordance with Presidential Proclamation No. 154, declaring the last week of April as the "National Dance Week". Dance Xchange is also one of the banner projects of the Philippines, the Province of Cebu in particular as the ASEAN Cultural Capital for 2012. This will be held on April 27 – 30, 2012 at the Cebu International Convention Center, Cebu City, Philippines. The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), headed by chairman Felipe de Leon, Jr. and executive director Emelita Almosara, will hold the country’s biggest dance spectacle, the “Dance Xchange 2012: The International Dance Workshop and Festival,” from April 27 to 30 in Cebu City. The festival is in partnership with the provincial government of Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia of Cebu and spearheaded by the National Committee on Dance (NCD), headed by Shirley Halili-Cruz. Dance Xchange 2012 will bring together the best dance companies and dance experts, both local and international, for a grand celebration of dance that includes activities such as artists’ forum, dance workshops to be conducted by dance directors/dancers from participating countries, masters classes, cultural tours, festival of dance performances and concerts at the Cebu International Convention Center in Cebu City. With this year’s theme, “Cultural Connectivity Through Dance,” the event aims to “strengthen network among dance groups in the Association of the Southeast Asian Nation and beyond; enhance knowledge and skills of the dancers, dance teachers and choreographers on dances of the different countries; showcase the unique dances of each country to enhance cultural understanding; provide venue for interaction and facilitate learning among dancers, directors, dance teachers, choreographers; and harness the potential of the Philippines to be a cultural destination in Asia.” Dance Xchange is also in celebration of International Dance Day, created under the auspices of Unesco in Paris and held all over the world by the International Theater Institute (ITI) on April 29, and the Philippine National Dance Week, which is on the fourth week of April. As declared by Proclamation 154, the national dance week aims “to bring together dancers to demonstrate and realize the function of dance in the society and in the rest of the world.” Expected to participate are dance companies from Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, England, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, China (Guangzhou), Korea, Mongolia, Iran and Russia. They will be joined by the Philippines’ top dance companies. Dance Xchange has been held for four years now—2009 in Dumaguete City, 2010 in Roxas City, Capiz; and 2011 in Metro Manila. For more details on the activities and schedules, contact Marichu Tellano, NCCA-PPFPD chief, at 527-2214, 09209514911 or email@example.com; or NCCA Public Affairs and Information Office (PAIO) head, Rene Sanchez Napenas at (632) 527-2192 or 0928-5081057; or Log on to www.ncca.gov.ph or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org