The Australia-Indonesia Centre brings together leading research institutions, business and government in both nations to build stronger relationships and cultural understandings, and to create lasting impact from collaborative research. We drive growth in the relationship by creating a multi-stakeholder network between Australia and Indonesia that generates research excellence and high-impact relationships for the mutual benefit of both nations.
Three cutting-edge women artists from Jakarta, Indonesia will be gracing Footscray Community Arts Centre’s Gabriel Gallery in October 2015, with a vibrant exhibition, workshop and discussion program, presented in association with WANITA: Women Arts Network Indonesia To Australia.
Delita Sartika explores the notion of discovering people’s ‘true colours’ following her conversation with a stranger on Australia-Indonesia relations.
Ambassador Nadjib Riphat Kesoema: Indonesia-Australia relationship will flourish with long-term vision
In an opinion piece published in The Australian, Indonesian Ambassador to Australia Nadjib Riphat Kesoema set a long-term vision for the Indonesia-Australia relationship.
After months of speculation and political sand throwing within his own coalition, President Jokowi has made the first changes to his Working Cabinet (Kabinet Kerja). Given the heated criticisms and public attacks of the past few months, the actual changes have barely caused a ripple in either Jokowi’s minority coalition or the majority opposition.
Professor Jon Cattapan, one of Australia’s leading visual artists, encourages Australian artists to look beyond the North and collaborate with their counterparts in Indonesia.