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Inilah Jadwal Lengkap Delegasi Indonesia di Pekan Raya Buku Frankfurt, 13-18 Oktober 2015

Pekan Raya Buku Frankfurt resmi dibuka Peter Fieldman, Walikota Frankfurt Am Main, pada 13 Oktober 2015, pukul 17.00 waktu setempat di Ruang Congress Messe Frankfurt.

Pemerintah Indonesia diwakili Mendikbud Anies Baswedan mengatakan dalam sambutan tertulisnya dalam bahasa Indonesia bahwa dalam konteks Jerman dan Eropa yang saat ini menghadapi gelombang pengungsi bisa mempertimbangkan mendengarkan cerita Indonesia dalam mengelola keragaman.

Inilah jadwal lengkap acara delegasi Indonesia di arena Pekan Raya Buku di mana Indonesia menjadi tamu kehormatannya pada 2015 ini.

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29 August 2015 – 3 January 2016
Tropicality Revisited – Recent Approaches by Indonesian Architects
Architecture in the tropics was never just about offering shelter from rain and sun. “Tropical architecture” suddenly gained global relevance with the emergence of modernist architecture and was adapted to suit all climates and cultures. For many generations of Indonesian architects, the tropics has never been a romantic colony, but a harsh reality.
Venue: DAM – Deutsches Architektur Museum,Schaumainkai 43, 60596 Frankfurt am Main

26 September 2015 – 10 January 2016
Root. Indonesian Contemporary Art
The Frankfurter Kunstverein present “Root. Indonesian Contemporary Art”, an exhibition of contemporary art from Indonesia. They are given a broad platform to present their new works in the spacious interior of Frankfurter Kunstverein.
Participating artists/ artist collectives: Joko Avianto, Jompet Kuswidananto, Eko Nugroho and Tromarama, Herbert Hans Maruli and Ruddy Alexander Hatumena.
Venue: Frankfurter Kunstverein, Markt 44, 60311 Frankfurt am Main

30 September – 15 November 2015
Imag(in)ing Musical Indonesia
If we think of music from Indonesia, the gamelan is the first name that springs to mind. However, it is often forgotten that various historical and cultural influences besides gamelan. As background to Wukir Suryadi’s performance, The Weltkulturen Museum presents examples of historical photos, films and literature, all of which help trace the history of Indonesia’s musical world.
Venue: Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29-37, 60594 Frankfurt am Main

1 October – 15 November 2015
Beyond Transisi – Photographs, Multi-media and Books from Indonesia
The exhibition premiere of “Beyond Transisi” introduces influential photographic artists in Indonesia. Every photographer has a defining approach. They expand our visual interest using books and digital media with styles ranging from documentary tradition to surreal imagery.
Artists: Octa Christi, Muhammad Fadli, Kemal Jufri, Paul Kadarisman, Fanny Octavianus, Ari Setiadi and Rony Zakaria.
Venue: Fotografie Forum Frankfurt, -32, Braubachstraße 30, 60311 Frankfurt am Main

6 – 30 October 2015
Indonesia as a film-making national
Deutsches Fim Museum cinema shows Indonesian films from the last 10 years, including two classics, Lewat Jam Malam (1954) by Usmar Ismail and Tjoet Nja’ Dhien (1988) by Eros Djarot, both of which deal with the period of war of independence in the 1940s. Particular attention is paid to Indonesia’s young, independent film-makers represented by animations, documentaries and film made by students.
Venue: Deutsches FilmMuseum, Schaumainkai 41, 60596 Frankfurt am Main

Books on Indonesia
The international exhibition “Books on Indonesia” is organized by the Frankfurt Book Fair with the intention of reflecting and presenting the “outside view” of Indonesia from authors and publishers all over the world. It exhibits international titles on Indonesia and translated literature.

Island of Images
With ingenuity, esprit and substance: Indonesian comics, graphic novels and animations offer a matchless variety of facets. Discover the world of images!

Island of Illumination
Various traditional scripts used in the Indonesian archipelago from ancient times are presented for perusal. Through it visitors will travel to the early 7th century and onwards to this modern age.

Island of Tales
Comfy on a bed, children can view stories and fables projected unto a winged dragon.

Island of Scenes
Join an adventure through Indonesia’s literary landscape; be enthralled by the richness of its musical, dance and performance arts. Plus meet and greet principle players in the country’s cultural scene. Discover Indonesia!

Island of Spice
Aroma, texture and a firework of colors are presented through the spices of Indonesia. You may be lucky enough to even have a taste of some, mixed in the café where delicacies are served.

Island of Inquiry
Discover digital products of information and learning softwares.

Island of Words
Browse into books on Indonesia collected from all over the world in various languages. Five colossal books about the iconic art of batik textile, the Keris dagger, the world of wayang shadow-theater and poetry are displayed with a collection of Indonesian books.

Wednesday, 14 October 2015

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Media Competences
Curiosity plays a huge role here: school children role play as journalists and interview fair visitors, authors and produce films. Finally the young correspondents will blog their results and publish them in our activity booklet.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Graphics and Characters
School children will have the opportunity to test technological innovations. Working sprout stations, 3D scanners, tablets and more cool technologies is the point of this expedition
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Food and Spices
School children will cook alongside Indonesian chefs. Various spices from Indonesia will be the focus of this expedition and a variety of dishes will be served in the Classroom of the Future.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Underwater World – It Matters What You Do
Lab coat, microscope and artifacts from Indonesia’s underwater world give school children a chance to be researchers. How does climate change affect the ocean? What role does the coral reef ecosystem play in the sea? Questions on ocean depth will be the focus of this expedition.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Robots under Water
Water around Indonesia’s coral reefs is polluted. How can we clean these reefs without damaging it and disturbing animals living there? We need your genius ideas! Assisted by Lego Education, the students will develop underwater robots which can solve this problem.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Art – Think about Circles in Indonesia
Pupils will create their own stories using everyday objects (in the shape of circles) from Indonesia. Students will be provoked with a rich variety of everyday objects and a challenge to create a collection and connect their collection to a story. They will then capture this story on devices available, either by still image or movie.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Voice and Dialogue
School children can write their own stories; there is no limit to their fantasies. Storylines and characters come to life, when the students give voice to their creations in the ARD – Audio Drama Box.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Sounds
The students will do own recordings with mobile equipment and they will work with effects and recording software.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.15 – 09.45
Selamat Pagi: Panang Boi Dance
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site

09.30 – 10.30
MORNING COFFEE & CEO TALKS : Indonesian Fine Art and Illustrated Books
In this joint presentation, Lans Brahmantyo of Afterhours Books (one of Indonesia’s top art-book publishers) will share their insights on globalization of Indonesian Fine Art and Illustrated Books
Speakers: Lans Brahmantyo (After Hour Books) & Thomas Kramer (Scheidegger & Spiess – Switzerland)
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

10.00
Documentary Film Series Interviews with Contemporary Indonesian Authors
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

10.00 – 10.45
Indonesian Manuscripts Series: Writing Traditions of Indonesia
Little known outside of Indonesia, Indonesia’s writing traditions are diverse and varied, with some of them dating back more than two millenia. Though most of the kinds of scripts found within Indonesia’s assorted traditions are Indic-based, the use of local materials for writing—palm leaf, bark, and so on—greatly influenced their development.
Presenter: Jan van der Putten
Venue: Island of Illumination, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, German, Indonesian

11.00
How do People Find True Love?
Speakers: Yusi Avianto Parianom & Abidah El Khalieqy
Venue: Haus des Buches, Braubachstraße 16, 60311 Frankfurt am Main
Language: English, Indonesian

11.00 – 11.30
Challenge & Opportunities of e-Library and e-BookStore in Emerging Market
Every market / country has different market situation and internet condition, especially emerging market. Therefore, sell e-book in emerging market should with special approach and features. Buqu bring breakthrough technology and different method for emerging markets.
Speakers: Erlan Primansyah, Hari Hasan, Mohd. Yusri Kamaruddin
Venue: 5.1 International Dialogue, Exhibition site
Language: English, Indonesian

11.00-11.45
The Art of Traveling
These two top-selling travel writers offer an individual approach in their writing. Agustinus and Trinity invite readers to see the world through the eyes of Indonesian travelers
Speakers: Agustinus Wibowo & Trinity
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

11.00 – 11.45
Digital Spaces: Shadow Puppets / Wayang Kulit
Wayang Kulit (Shadow Puppet) is a traditional Indonesian heritage show that utilizes lighting and physical figurines to create shadows. The story contains mythical figures and aim to teach moral values. The story is performed in interactive apps and packaged in an Interactive Digital Textbook.
Speaker: Taufik Assegaf
Venue: Island of Inquiry,Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

11.00 – 11.45
In Conversation
From Words to the Stage
Most all genres of literature in Indonesia, but especially drama, are noted for their intensely oral character. N. Riantiarno, Indonesia’s most popular living playwrite, and Butet Kartaradjasa, an immensely multi-talented actor, have been hailed by both critics and fans for their mastery in bringing words to life on stage. Watch and listen to what they have to say about Indonesian drama today.
Speakers: N. Riantiarno & Butet Kartaradjasa
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

11.30 – 12.30
Defeat and Victory
A novel of the Second World War in Asia from the most populous Muslim country in the world is a passionate defense of democracy & life and contrasts strongly to the suicide bombings and war in the Middle East now. Although it is mainly about Indonesia and Japan its themes have global significance. The author, Sutan Takdir Alisjahbana received the Order of the Sacred Treasure of the Emperor of Japan and the Japan Foundation Award and was one of Indonesia’s most respected writers.
Speakers: Tamalia Alisjahbana & Heinrich Seemann
Venue: Forum International Dialogue, 5.1 A128 Exhibition site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

12.00 – 12.45
Digital spaces: Reaching the New Emerging Market Through Animation
There is a huge potential for international publishing companies to expand their market to new readers and audiences. Customizing and localizing your material will greatly increases its exposure while also enhancing product awareness among new potential customers. The use of animation and other forms of digital media is an innovative way which you can use to reach these objectives.
Speaker: Daryl Wilson
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

12.00 – 12.45
Fun & Share: Learning to write with Nadia
Nadia Shafiana Rahma, a well-known child writer will share with other children where she finds her inspiration, how she creates her stories and the benefits and challenges she found in pursuing her interest in writing.
Speaker: Nadia Shafiana Rahma
Venue: Island of Tales, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, Indonesian

12.00 – 12.45
T(r)opical Issues: Reclaiming The Past
A new generation of authors has begun to reexamine the past, not just events of the past few decades, but also colonial and legendary times as well. Through their retelling of events whose history was written by (mostly) foreign journalists and their recrafting of tales from generations past, authors have reclaimed the past, making it parcel and part of the present.
Speakers: Azhari Aiyub & M. Iksaka Banu
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

12.00-13.00
Indonesian Music and Dances (I)
Traditional and contemporary-urban music and dances of the archipelago from the cultures of Aceh, Batak (North Sumatra), Minangkabau (West Sumatra), Betawi (Jakarta), and Cirebon (West Java).
Presented by art groups: Saman Gayo, Rafli Kande, Purwa Kencana, Artina Production, Sipala Dance Company.
Venue: Open Stage, Agora, Exhibition stage
Language: German, English

12.15 – 13.15
Treasure and Flavours of the Spice Islands
Bara Pattiradjawane lived in Germany during his childhood. Now a famous chef, he comes back to share his treasured family recipes from Mollucas, the Spice Islands. See and taste Bara’s Ambonese Papeda, cassava sago porridge and its traditional accompaniment, Ikan Kuah Kuning, braised fish in yellow turmeric broth, and Kohu-Kohu, the famous smoked fish salad. All authentic taste of the Spice Islands!
Chef: Bara Pattiradjawane
Venue: Show Kitchen, Gourmet Gallery, 3.1 L99, Exhibition site
Language: English

12.30 – 13.45
BUSINESS LUNCH – All about Kesaint Blanc and its publications
Chris Lie will share thoughts about “Putting a Modern Spin on Ancient Stories” and the development of book design in which there is a combination of the modern, like drawing techniques and character design, with myths from long ago. And finding a way to make illustrations that appeal to young readers but also doesn’t stray from the identity of the traditional storyline that Indonesians have grown up with and love.
Speakers: Chris Lie, Fita Riyadi & Laura Prinsloo
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

13.00 – 13.45
In Conversation: Kampong and City Tales
Two pioneering novelists create well-imagined but utterly different worlds. While Nh Dini gained famed for her feminism and literary exploration of international urban life and social mores, Ahmad Tohari is most well known for his detailed descriptions of rural life and attitudes. As different as their two worlds are, however, their characters speak a language that is at once familiar to all.
Speakers: Ahmad Tohari & Nh. Dini
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

13.00 – 13.45
From One Coffee Bean to Another
Taste delicious Indonesian coffee and hear about the stories. Everyday we will feature a different coffee on the Island of Spices. Try them all, come back for more!
Venue: Island of Spice, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

13.00 – 14.00
Indonesian Music and Dances (II)
Traditional and contemporary-urban music and dances of the archipelago from the cultures of Aceh, Batak (North Sumatra), Minangkabau (West Sumatra), Betawi (Jakarta), and Cirebon (West Java).
Presented by art groups: Saman Gayo, Rafli Kande, Purwa Kencana, Artina Production, Sipala Dance Company.
Venue: Open Stage, Agora, Exhibition stage
Language: German, English

13.40 – 14.10
Interactive Media in the Publishing Industry
AR&Co presents new possibilities for utilizing interactive media in the publishing industry. Technology that merges the digital with sensory touch creates a deep impact of the overall book experience. Interactive media also aims to foster stronger relations between publishers, retailers and readers by promoting their different roles.
Speaker: Peter Shearer
Venue: Hot Spot Education, 4.2 B91, Exhibition site
Language: English, Indonesian

14.00 – 14.45
Re-imagining Traditional Architecture
Indonesia has a vast wealth of vernacular architectural styles, many of whose continued existence is being sidelines by processes of modernization, economic development, and climatic change. Authors, serving as watch-guards for the country’s society and traditions, have played an important role in revitalizing these material expressions through their documentation in books and films.
Speaker: Imelda Akmal
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

14.00 – 14.45
Artist’s Talk: Comic Artists & Cartoonist as Social Commentators
Beng Rahadian is one of the most accomplished artists in the new generation of Indonesian comics and Benny Rachmadi is one of the country’s most successful cartoonists since the fall of Soeharto in 1998. Both are masters of witty observation and sharp commentary about contemporary urban life. Engage in a conversation with them!
Artists: Beng Rahadian & Benny Rachmadi
Venue: Island of Images, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

14.00 – 14.45
Nap Time Tales: A Bunny Who Didn’t Want To Go To Sleep
The stories will be told in an interactive and engaging way. For 1-8 children, sit in a circle (on the floor or on seats). For 9-20 children, sit in lines facing Arleen, and she can stand (or sit) in front of them. For more children, they can sit everywhere and Arleen will walk among them.
Storyteller: Arleen Amidjaja
Venue: Island of Tales, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

14.00 – 14.45
T(r)opical Issues: Women and Taboo
Since the dawning of a more democratic era following the downfall of the Suharto presidency in 1998, an ever growing number of Indonesian women writers seem to be breaking all kinds of social taboos by writing about controversial topics like sex, abuse, and political activism. How do these writers and their works influence perceptions of modern Indonesian women?
Speakers: Intan Paramaditha & Oka Rusmini
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

15.00 – 15.45
Creative Junkies
These two best-selling authors on creativity tell that the passionate Indonesian creative personalities dare to innovate and break the old paradigm so the nation can share the same stage with other big names in the world.
Speakers: Wahyu Aditya & Yoris Sebastian
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

15.00 – 15.45
Mind, Body & Soul: Javanese Contemporary Dance
Artist: Hanny Herlina
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

15.00 – 15.45
Jam Strip
In this spontaneous and cooperative comic exercise, each of the artists involved starts the comic relay process by drawing 1 panel which is then added to by the other artists so that, in the end, 4 different comics are created on the spot.
Artists: Kharisma Jati, Is Yuniarto, Muhammad ‘Mice’ Misrad, Aji Prasetyo
Venue: Island of Images, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

15.00 – 15.45
Island Legends: The Mouse Deer and The Tiger
“The Mouse Deer and The Tiger” is a folk-tale from Java, written by Suyadi. An interactive storytelling using hand puppets and children will take part in the telling. Children will enjoy learning some animals voices in Indonesian and the illustration of many Indonesian animals, such as the mouse deer, tiger, deer, rhino, elephant.
Storyteller: Tety Elida
Venue: Island of Tales, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, Indonesian

15.00 – 15.45
Personal Conversation: Taufiq Ismail
Enjoy a conversation with Taufiq Ismail, a poet who first came to prominence with protest poetry in the mid 1960s and remains a voice of Indonesian social conscience to this day.
Speaker: Taufiq Ismail
Venue: Island of Words, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

15.00-15.45
A Javara Feast : Indonesia’s Ethnic Ingredients for the World Cuisines
As an archipelagic nation, stretched over 17,000 islands on the equator, there is no simple description for Indonesia’s food diversity. Each ethnicity exhibits pride over specific ingredients, flavors, traditions and indigenous wisdom on food culture. Helianti will guide you through an astonishing selection of Indonesia’s ethnic food ingredients that are relevant for the world cuisine.
Speaker: Helianti Hilman
Venue: Island of Spice, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

16.00 – 16.45
Color My Life: Learn to Illustrate with Evelyn Ghozalli
Evelyn Ghozalli will share how to illustrate. Children can bring their stories, crayon, color pencils, etc. She will also tell her ideas in making the illustrations.
Speaker: Evelyn Ghozalli
Venue: Island of Tales, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

16.00 – 16.45
Digital Spaces: The Physics of Batik
Lots of cultural values can be expressed from the oral tradition, embodied in various fields: literature, performing arts, crafts, and other social activities such as agriculture and ceremonies. Audiovisual documents deposited in a digital system will provide access to those values.
Speaker: Vande Leonardo
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

16.00 – 16.45
The Spoken Word
Come to meet and listen to readings by Cok Sawitri and A.S. Laksana. Introduction to the authors, followed by readings in Indonesian with German and English translations.
Speakers: Cok Sawitri & A.S. Laksana
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

16.00 – 17.00
Match-Making Arrangement by Territories: Germany, the Netherlands, France, Spain, Italy
Match-Making Session for international networking and copyright trading will be attended by more than 20 Indonesian publishers.
Co-organizer: IPR License
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

16.00-21.00
Kaki Lima (Street Food)
The “Kaki Lima” (Street Food) will take place around the Römerberg district on October 14 to 17, from 4 to 9 PM, serving Indonesian iconic dishes such as Fried Rice and Satay. Check www.spiceitup.id for detailed locations.
Venue: Römerberg, Frankfurt
Language: English

17.00 – 17.45
Music and Dance from Sulawesi
Pakenjara music originates from the Bugis folk in Makassar. It is famous for its dominant and dynamic drumbeat. The Pagelu dance comes from the Toraja in South Sulawesi.
Performed by art group: Sipala Dance Company of Jakarta.
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

17.00 – 17.45
Digital Spaces: Cultural Resource Center
Most of Indonesia’s diverse cultures reside in oral tradition, that is, the unwritten expression of artifacts and behavior. Besides stories, legends, and mythologies that contain philosophical and historical narratives of the people, such expression is also evident in dance, music, architecture and ceremonies, some of which are presented in this cultural data center.
Speaker: Endo Suanda
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

17.00 – 18.00
Happy Hour – Indonesia Party!
Party time for friends of the Guest of Honour Indonesia on the National stand.
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

19.00
Artist Talk with Jay Subiyakto
Celina Lunsford, Artistic Director of the Fotografie Forum Frankfurt speaks with Indonesian documentary photographer Jay Subyakto about his work on display in the exhibition Beyond Transisi. For more information see www.fffrankfurt.org
Speakers: Jay Subiyakto, Celina Lunsford
Participation fee: 5.00 €
Venue: Fotografie Forum Frankfurt, Braubachstr. 30-32, 60311 Frankfurt am Main
Language: English

19.00 – 21.00
Extra Hot! Poetry on Stage
Indonesian poets and playwrights meet German spoken word artists. They will perform poetry and discuss about the relation of poetry and stage, about everyday topics and everyday language, about the music in words, about language and other borders.
Speakers: Gunawan Maryanto, Nirwan Dewanto, Dalibor Marcovic, Timo Brunke, Safiye Can, Dirk Hülstrunk
Venue: Orange Peel, Kaiserstr. 39, 60309 Frankfurt am Main
Language: German, English, Indonesian

19.00
SPICE IT UP – Public Dinner
The Indonesian celebrity chef Vindex Tengker is cooking together with Marcello Capparelli from the Freitagsküche an Indonesian menu.
Chefs: Vindex Tengker & Marcello Capparelli
Venue: Freitagsküche im MMK Domstr. 10, 60311 Frankfurt am Main
Language: German

19.30 – 21.00
Poetry & Singing: Sapardi, Ari, Reda and Damshäuser
Sapardi Djoko Damono is one of the very well known authors of Indonesia, with his epoch making lyric poetry style. Arie Malibu (guitar) and Reda Gaudamo (recitation & singing) accompany Sapardi.
Speakers: Sapardi Djoko Damono, Arie Malibu, Reda Gaudamo, Berthold Damshäuser
Venue: Zentralbibliothek Frankfurt, Hasengasse 4, 60311 Frankfurt am Main
Language: German, Indonesian

20.30
Sang Pencerah – The Enlightener
The movie depicts the life of Mohammad Darwis, later known as Muhammad Dahlan, who was the founder of one of the most significant and biggest religious groups of Indonesia, the Muhammadiyah. Hanungs drama provoked already debates before the film was released in the cinemas as it has been forced to be withdrawn from the Indonesian Film festival. Director: Hanung Bramantyo, 112 min.
Speakers: Hanung Bramantyo, Fauzan Rizal
Venue: Deutsches Filmmuseum, Schaumainkai 41, 60596 Frankfurt am Main
Language: English, Indonesian

Books on Indonesia
The international exhibition “Books on Indonesia” is organized by the Frankfurt Book Fair with the intention of reflecting and presenting the “outside view” of Indonesia from authors and publishers all over the world. It exhibits international titles on Indonesia and translated literature.

Island of Images
With ingenuity, esprit and substance: Indonesian comics, graphic novels and animations offer a matchless variety of facets. Discover the world of images!

Island of Illumination
Various traditional scripts used in the Indonesian archipelago from ancient times are presented for perusal. Through it visitors will travel to the early 7th century and onwards to this modern age.

Island of Tales
Comfy on a bed, children can view stories and fables projected unto a winged dragon.

Island of Scenes
Join an adventure through Indonesia’s literary landscape; be enthralled by the richness of its musical, dance and performance arts. Plus meet and greet principle players in the country’s cultural scene. Discover Indonesia!

Island of Spice
Aroma, texture and a firework of colors are presented through the spices of Indonesia. You may be lucky enough to even have a taste of some, mixed in the café where delicacies are served.

Island of Inquiry
Discover digital products of information and learning softwares.

Island of Words
Browse into books on Indonesia collected from all over the world in various languages. Five colossal books about the iconic art of batik textile, the Keris dagger, the world of wayang shadow-theater and poetry are displayed with a collection of Indonesian books.

Thursday, 15 Oktober 2015

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Media Competences
Curiosity plays a huge role here: school children role play as journalists and interview fair visitors, authors and produce films. Finally the young correspondents will blog their results and publish them in our activity booklet.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Graphics and Characters
School children will have the opportunity to test technological innovations. Working sprout stations, 3D scanners, tablets and more cool technologies is the point of this expedition
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Food and Spices
School children will cook alongside Indonesian chefs. Various spices from Indonesia will be the focus of this expedition and a variety of dishes will be served in the Classroom of the Future.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Underwater World – It Matters What You Do
Lab coat, microscope and artifacts from Indonesia’s underwater world give school children a chance to be researchers. How does climate change affect the ocean? What role does the coral reef ecosystem play in the sea? Questions on ocean depth will be the focus of this expedition.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Robots under Water
Water around Indonesia’s coral reefs is polluted. How can we clean these reefs without damaging it and disturbing animals living there? We need your genius ideas! Assisted by Lego Education, the students will develop underwater robots which can solve this problem.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Art – Think about Circles in Indonesia
Pupils will create their own stories using everyday objects (in the shape of circles) from Indonesia. Students will be provoked with a rich variety of everyday objects and a challenge to create a collection and connect their collection to a story. They will then capture this story on devices available, either by still image or movie.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Voice and Dialogue
School children can write their own stories; there is no limit to their fantasies. Storylines and characters come to life, when the students give voice to their creations in the ARD – Audio Drama Box.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Sounds
The students will do own recordings with mobile equipment and they will work with effects and recording software.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.15 – 09.45
SELAMAT PAGI: Music and dance of the Betawi
Gambang kromong music is a typical mix from Malay, Sundanese and Chinese cultures which grew around Jakarta, once called Batavia. The swing dance Lenggang Kipas is a famous and new creation.
Presented by art groups: Artina Production (Jakarta)
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

09.30 – 10.30
MORNING COFFEE & CEO TALKS : Introducing Indonesian Literature to the World
John H. McGlynn of the Lontar Foundation, the world’s premier publisher of Indonesian literary work in translation, will speak of opportunities for the publication of Indonesian literary translations abroad.
Speakers: John McGlynn (The Lontar Foundation) & Anna Soler Pont (Pontas Literary and Film Agency)
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

10.00 – 10.45
Comic Battle 1
In this comic battle, comic artists of different styles—realist, manga, etc.—start with the same idea to create a host of different images. Within a relaxed atmosphere, audience members are invited to interact directly with the artists in a Q & A session.
Artists: Benny Rachmadi, Tita Larasati, Is Yuniarto, Kharisma Jati
Venue: Island of Images, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

10.00 – 10.45
Digital Tales: Chicken Little Goes for a Walk
The tale (Ind: Si Kecil Berjalan-jalan) was written by Murti Bunanta for early readers and published in an e-book by AmazingEdu. Children can enjoy the story independently through computer and will be accompanied by storytelling through kamishibai in German or English.
Storytellers: Jan Budweg & Murti Bunanta
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

10.00 – 10.45
Nap Time Tales: The Dancing Fishes
Renny will tell the children many kind of fishes in the Indian Ocean and how we have to take care of our rivers, ocean, environment. Children can share their opinion about fishes they love and know after the telling.
Storyteller: Renny Yaniar
Venue: Island of Tales, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, Indonesian

10.00 – 10.45
In Conversation
Between Prose and Poetry
Unlike in the West, where the novel reigns in the field of literature, in Indonesia poetry and short stories are the most popular literary forms and are published by all leading newspapers as well as in book form. Taufiq Ismail, the highly prolific and talented poet, meets Zen Hae, respected literary critic and short story author, to discuss this phenomenon. Hear what they have to say!
Speakers: Taufiq Ismail & Zen Hae
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

10.00-11.00
Comic-strip artist Chris Lie presents his works
The comic-strip artist, presents his work. His stories derive from the different cultures of the islands of Indonesia. Age: 15 years up.
Access with personal invitation only
Speaker: Chris Lie
Venue: Schulbibliothek Goethe-Gymnasium, Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 24, 60325 Frankfurt am Main
Language: German, Indonesian

10.00-11.00
Storytelling with Eva Y. Nukman and Angklung Performance
Eva will read you a story about Indonesian traditional instruments and invite you to do a collaborative music with Angklung, musical instrument of Bamboo. She’s a children’s book author whose works have won Samsung Kids Time Award 2015. Age: 5 – 9 years. Entrance free
Speakers: Eva Y. Nukman
Venue: Stadtteilbibliothek Sossenheim, Alt Sossenheim 54, 65936 Frankfurt am Main
Language: German, English, Indonesian

11.00 – 11.45
Questions of Faith
Indonesian authors, regardless of their own faith, have widely embraced the concept of pluralism and, through their work, set the example for their fellow citizens that a country is only as strong as the minorities who live within it. But when sectarian divisions widen and religion is used to the detriment of humanitarian concerns, how does one create an effective interfaith dialogue capable of weaving back together a sense of common nationality. Is a union possible between religion, the state and national identity?
Speakers: Ahmad Tohari &Julia Suryakusuma
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

11.00 – 11.45
Digital Spaces: Sound Waves of Angklung
A demonstration of Angklung, a musical instrument made of bamboos, in its role as an Indonesian heritage, and explanations about the physics concepts involved in generating sound. The demonstration is performed in interactive apps and packaged in an Interactive Digital Textbook.
Speaker: Taufik Assegaf
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

11.00 – 11.45
T(r)opical Issues: Six Sexes
“The personal is political”. Any conversation between people about sexuality and sexual freedom must touch on legal and religious issues. What with all the changes that have taken place in the past few decades, what is now the distinction between the public and private domain. For Indonesian men and women today, is “sex” a tool for oppression or a means of release from societal repression?
Speakers: Lily Yulianti Farid & Ayu Utami
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

12.00 – 12.45
Island Legends: The Spoiled Little Kitten
The Spoiled Little Kitten” is a folk-tale from North Sumatra, written by Murti Bunanta. An interactive storytelling asking the children to also play the role of the characters in the story. Children will enjoy the repetitions done in Indonesian and German language.
Storyteller: Tety Elida
Venue: Island of Tales, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

12.00 – 12.45
The Spoken Word
Come to meet and listen to readings by Dorothea Rosa Herliany and Agus R. Sarjono. Introduction to the authors, followed by readings in Indonesian with German and English translations.
Speakers: Dorothea Rosa Herliany & Agus R. Sarjono
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

12.30 – 13.45
BUSINESS LUNCH – All about Paramedia dan Kiblat Buku Utama and their publications
Kiblat Buku Utama launches a the first-ever multi-volume Sundanese-English language dictionary. A truly landmark work!
Meanwhile, Paramedia-YHK, presents Incognito Pak Harto, a book about Indonesia’s second president and his habit of making incognito visits during his presidency.
Speakers: Fitrie Lutfiana, Effendi Gazzali & Issantoso
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

12.30 – 13.30
From Jakarta Street Food to My Table
Petty will transform Jakarta street-food into gourmet dishes served at your table using her fun fusion style. Petty Elliott is a well-known food critic, writer and self-taught chef with a boutique, high-end private dining catering service. To have a seat in one of her cooking experiences is considered a coveted gastronomic coup. Sample her delicious recipes from her new book Jakarta Bites.
Chef: Petty Elliot
Venue: Show Kitchen, Gourmet Gallery, 3.1 L99, Exhibition site
Language: English

13.00 – 13.45
In Conversation
Comics: from the Newspaper to Gadgets
The history of modern Indonesian comics is a rich and colorful one, ranging from newspaper strips that appeared during the Great Depression of the 1930s and, passing through the time of war and revolutions up and on up to our current gadget-ridden age with its flood of information. Learn some of the unique aspects of Indonesian comics which are today an uncharted area in the map of world comics.
Speakers: Hikmat Darmawan & Iwan Gunawan
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

13.00-13.45
From One Coffee Bean to Another
Taste delicious Indonesian coffee and hear about the stories. Each day, we will feature a different coffee at the Island of Spices. Try them all, come back for more!
Venue: Island of Spice, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

14.00 – 14.45
Cultural Fantasy in Sci-Fi
Djokolelono and Tere Liye wrote many works of sci – fi genre. Their books very popular among young readers. What makes their works are in great demand, also experience both writing sci – fi fantasy with typical Indonesian culture, will be presented in this discussion.
Speakers: Djokolelono &Tere Liye
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

14.00 – 14.45
Indonesian Manuscripts Series: Sundanese Manuscripts
Island of Illumination: Kawih Pangeuyeukan is an Old Sundanese manuscript containing a poem that is meant to be sung when read. Siksa Kanda Karesikan dates from 1518 ce and is a didactic manuscript containing various kinds of governance-related information. Readings of these manuscripts will be accompanied by Sundanese zither and flute.
Speaker: Aditya Gunawan
Venue: Island of Illumination, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

14.00 – 14.45
Comic Battle 2
In this comic battle, comic artists of different styles—realist, manga, etc.—start with the same idea to create a host of different images. Within a relaxed atmosphere, audience members are invited to interact directly with the artists in a Q & A session.
Speakers:Sheila Rooswitha, Aji Prasetyo, Muhammad ‘Mice’ Misrad, Beng Rahadian
Venue: Island of Images, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

14.00 – 14.45
T(r)opical Issues: Speaking for the MarginalizedWith its hundreds of ethnic groups and
With its hundreds of ethnic groups and citizenry, Indonesia has a plethora of minority groups:Chinese-Indonesian, Christians, non-mainstream Muslims, gay men, lesbians, transvestites, people with HIV and so on. How does the larger society treat them and accommodate their individual needs and interests? Because they themselves are often reluctant to speak out, numerous Indonesian authors have given voice to their cause.
Speakers: Okky Madasari & Gabriel Possenti Sindhunata
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

14.00 – 14.45
Digital Spaces: Sound Waves of Angklung
A demonstration of Angklung, a musical instrument made of bamboos, in its role as an Indonesian heritage, and explanations about the physics concepts involved in generating sound. The demonstration is performed in interactive apps and packaged in an Interactive Digital Textbook.
Speaker: Taufik Assegaf
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

15.00 – 15.45
Folktales in Modern Fiction
Throughout Indonesia, from Sumatra in the West to Papua in the East, Indonesian authors keep local legends and knowledge alive by including modernized mythological characters in their work. Through stories from the past, Indonesian writers link modern society to the ancient past.
Speakers: Renny Yaniar & Cok Sawitri
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

15.00 – 15.45
Digital Spaces: Wonderful Indonesia Virtual Show
A Giant Augmented Reality Book interactive show to reveal the richness and vast beauty of Indonesia and its cultures. This Giant AR Book show will exhibit the many different islands of Indonesia and its diverse traditions in a sensational way through the experience of Augmented Reality technology.
Speaker: Peter Shearer
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

15.00 – 15.45
Fun & Share: Learning to write with Tere Liye
Tere Liye, a well-known writer for novel of young adults. He will share his inspirations and create his novels.
Speaker: Tere Liye
Venue: Island of Tales, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

15.00 – 15.45
Personal Conversation: Sapardi Djoko Damono
Enjoy a conversation with Indonesia’s most popular and respected poets, Sapardi Djoko Damono, many of whose poems are frequently quoted and also been turned into songs.
Speaker: Sapardi Djoko Damono
Venue: Island of Words, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

15.00-15.45
Food and Ritual in Bali
Balinese ceremonial food is surrounded by complex rules and rituals with rice being the essential element that unites all. Chilli, garlic, red shallots, the gingers, aromatic leaves play a supporting role with each ingredient holding a significant place. Join Janet DeNeefe on a magical journey through the meaning of ceremonial food in Bali
Speaker: Janet DeNeefe
Venue: Island of Spice, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

16.00 – 16.45
The Spoken Word
Come to meet and listen to readings by Joko Pinurbo and Gunawan Maryanto. Introduction to the authors, followed by readings in Indonesian with German and English translations.
Speakers: Joko Pinurbo and Gunawan Maryanto
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

16.00 – 17.00
Match-Making Arrangement by Territories: UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand
Match-Making Session for international networking and copyright trading will be attended by more than 20 Indonesian publishers.
Co-organizer: IPR License
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

16.00-21.00
Kaki Lima (Street Food)
The “Kaki Lima” (Street Food) will take place around the Römerberg district on October 14 to 17, from 4 to 9 PM, serving Indonesian iconic dishes such as Fried Rice and Satay. Check www.spiceitup.id for detailed locations.
Venue: Römerberg, Frankfurt
Language: English

17.00 – 17.45
Special Performance
Traditional and contemporary dance presented by Rafly Kande Group
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

17.00 – 17.45
Digital Spaces: Cultural Resource Center
Most of Indonesia’s diverse cultures reside in oral tradition, that is, the unwritten expression of artifacts and behavior. Besides stories, legends, and mythologies that contain philosophical and historical narratives of the people, such expression is also evident in dance, music, architecture and ceremonies, some of which are presented in this cultural data center.
Speaker: Endo Suanda
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

17.00 – 18.00
Happy Hour – Indonesia Party!
Party time for friends of the Guest of Honour Indonesia on the National stand
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

17.00 – 18.00
Happy Hour – Indonesia Party!
Party time for friends of the Guest of Honour Indonesia on the Island of Spice.
Venue: Island of Spice, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

18.00 – 20.00
Post-Conflict Transformations in Aceh, Indonesia: Islam, Gender, Human Rights and Politics
In the aftermath of the Indian Ocean tsunami on 26.12.2004, nearly thirty years of civil war in the Indonesian province of Aceh could finally be settled. The peace holds until today. Yet, it is overshadowed by the implementation of Islamic law in Aceh. Experts from Indonesia, the US and Germany will discuss the sustainability of the peace, human rights and gender relations in contemporary Aceh.
The panellists : Linda Christanty, Azhari Aiyub, James T. Siegel and Gunnar Stange
Venue: Goethe-Universität Gebäude Normative Ordnungen, Max-Horkheimer-Str. 2, 60323 Frankfurt am Main
Language : English

19.00
SPICE IT UP – Public Dinner
The Indonesian celebrity chef Vindex Tengker is cooking together with Marcello Capparelli from the Freitagsküche an Indonesian menu.
Chefs: Vindex Tengker & Marcello Capparelli
Venue: Freitagsküche im MMK Domstr. 10, 60311 Frankfurt am Main
Language: German

19.00
Roots. Indonesian Contemporary Art
Panel discussion with the artists of the exhibition Joko Avianto, Jompet Kuswidananto, Eko Nugroho and Tromarama (Febie Babyrose, Herbert Hans, Ruddy Hatumena), as well as Asikin Hasan (co-curator), Dr. Amanda Rath (professor for South-East-Asia Studies, Department of Art History, Goethe-University Frankfurt) and Franziska Nori (director of Frankfurter Kunstverein).
Speakers: A Joko Avianto, Jompet Kuswidananto, Eko Nugroho, Febie Babyrose, Herbert Hans, Ruddy Hatumena, Asikin Hasan, Dr. Amanda Rath, Franziska Nori, Nirwan Dewanto
Venue: Frankfurter Kunstverein Steinernes Haus am Römerberg, Markt 44 60311 Frankfurt am Main
Language: English

20.00
Presentation of “Gadis Kretek” in German
Speaker: Ratih Kumala
Venue: Restaurant Odysee, Weberstraße 77
Language: English
Books on Indonesia
The international exhibition “Books on Indonesia” is organized by the Frankfurt Book Fair with the intention of reflecting and presenting the “outside view” of Indonesia from authors and publishers all over the world. It exhibits international titles on Indonesia and translated literature.

Island of Images
With ingenuity, esprit and substance: Indonesian comics, graphic novels and animations offer a matchless variety of facets. Discover the world of images!

Island of Illumination
Various traditional scripts used in the Indonesian archipelago from ancient times are presented for perusal. Through it visitors will travel to the early 7th century and onwards to this modern age.

Island of Tales
Comfy on a bed, children can view stories and fables projected unto a winged dragon.

Island of Scenes
Join an adventure through Indonesia’s literary landscape; be enthralled by the richness of its musical, dance and performance arts. Plus meet and greet principle players in the country’s cultural scene. Discover Indonesia!

Island of Spice
Aroma, texture and a firework of colors are presented through the spices of Indonesia. You may be lucky enough to even have a taste of some, mixed in the café where delicacies are served.

Island of Inquiry
Discover digital products of information and learning softwares.

Island of Words
Browse into books on Indonesia collected from all over the world in various languages. Five colossal books about the iconic art of batik textile, the Keris dagger, the world of wayang shadow-theater and poetry are displayed with a collection of Indonesian books.

Friday, 16 Oktober 2015

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Media Competences
Curiosity plays a huge role here: school children role play as journalists and interview fair visitors, authors and produce films. Finally the young correspondents will blog their results and publish them in our activity booklet.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Graphics and Characters
School children will have the opportunity to test technological innovations. Working sprout stations, 3D scanners, tablets and more cool technologies is the point of this expedition
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Food and Spices
School children will cook alongside Indonesian chefs. Various spices from Indonesia will be the focus of this expedition and a variety of dishes will be served in the Classroom of the Future.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Underwater World – It Matters What You Do
Lab coat, microscope and artifacts from Indonesia’s underwater world give school children a chance to be researchers. How does climate change affect the ocean? What role does the coral reef ecosystem play in the sea? Questions on ocean depth will be the focus of this expedition.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Robots under Water
Water around Indonesia’s coral reefs is polluted. How can we clean these reefs without damaging it and disturbing animals living there? We need your genius ideas! Assisted by Lego Education, the students will develop underwater robots which can solve this problem.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Art – Think about Circles in Indonesia
Pupils will create their own stories using everyday objects (in the shape of circles) from Indonesia. Students will be provoked with a rich variety of everyday objects and a challenge to create a collection and connect their collection to a story. They will then capture this story on devices available, either by still image or movie.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Voice and Dialogue
School children can write their own stories; there is no limit to their fantasies. Storylines and characters come to life, when the students give voice to their creations in the ARD – Audio Drama Box.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Sounds
The students will do own recordings with mobile equipment and they will work with effects and recording software.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.15 – 09.45
SELAMAT PAGI
“Suara Nusantara-I” (“Sound of Nusantara-I”) presents music from different traditions of Indonesia. The Topeng-Dance “Pamindo” is from Losari (Cirebon, West Java) and presents refined characters with masks.
Presented by art groups: Purwa Kencana (Losari) & Artina Production
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

09.30 – 10.30
MORNING COFFEE & CEO TALKS : The Business and Culture of Indonesia’s Publishing Industry
Wandi S. Brata of Gramedia Pustaka Utama, Indonesia’s largest publishing house, will speak about his company’s leading position in the Indonesian book industry and give an overview of Indonesia’s compelling market environment.
Speakers: Wandi S. Brata (Gramedia Publishing) &Siv Bubliz (Ullstein Verlag)
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

10.00 – 10.45
Indonesian Manuscripts Series: Babad Diponegoro
Island of Illumination: Babad Diponegoro is a manuscript written by the nationalist hero Diponegoro during his exile in North Sulawesi 1831-1832. Of great historical importance, the text relates his struggle against the Dutch colonial authorities, which ended in his capture by the Dutch military through ruse & deceit. The manuscript was designated 2013 as a Memory of the World document by UNESCO.
Presenter: Titik Pudjiastuti
Venue: Island of Illumination, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

10.00 – 10.45
Indonesian Graphic Novel
On the cover of Morina, a 1962 comic book by Taguan Hardjo, the legendary artist describes his work as a “novel of pictures”. His notion of comics as a long-form visual literary medium, or graphic novel, preceded Will Eisner’s popularization of the term in 1978. Though popular in Indonesia since the 1950s, Indonesia’s tradition of long-form story comics is largely unknown to the outside world.
Speaker: Hikmat Darmawan
Venue: Island of Images, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

10.00 – 10.45
Story Time: Rope and Origami Storytelling
Colorful rope and origami papers will be provided by Murti Bunanta and Tety Elida. Children will learn how to tell stories using origami, rope, and papers. They will enjoy the creativity and the origami animals they can create by telling stories. Very entertaining and train motoric skills.
Storytellers: Murti Bunanta& Tety Elida
Venue: Island of Tales, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

10.00 – 10.45
Personal Conversation: Budi Darma
Enjoy a conversation with Budi Darma, one of Indonesia’s most respected authors, whose work is well-entrenched in the canon of modern Indonesian literature and whose stories surprise the reader often with absurdity.
Speaker: Budi Darma
Venue: Island of Words, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

10.00 – 10.45
Pluralism in Indonesia from Political and Economic Perspectives
Speaker: Siswo Pratomo & Christoph Antweiler
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

11.00 – 11.45
Beauty and Belief
In Indonesia, the acculturation of Islam and modernity might possibly be seen in the trend for (mostly younger) women to don striking-looking hijab which, ironically, do more to draw attention to the woman than would, for instance, a simple jilbab or headscarf. In a society where concealment of the body was never a tradition, what is the reason behind this trend? And why are books about hijab among the most popular and most-translated Indonesian books today?
Speakers: Dian Pelangi & Asma Nadia
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

11.00 – 11.45
Digital Spaces : Marine Explorer
Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world with over 13,000 island and 80 percent of its territory consisting of water. Showcasing Indonesia as a Maritime Nation with explanations of geographical sites of and basic concepts of ship-building. The presentation is done via interactive apps and packaged in an Interactive Digital Textbook.
Speakers: Taufik Assegaf
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

11.00 – 11.45
T(r)opical Issues: Religious Extremism in Indonesia
One of the world’s most diverse nation’s in terms of ethnicity, Indonesia is widely seen as a a tolerant nation where communities of people belonging to different religious faiths have for centuries lived side by side in harmony. Yet the country has also suffered from bouts of religious extremism. What lies behind these incidents?
Speakers: Linda Christanty& Noor Huda Ismail
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

12.00 – 12.45
Fun & Share: Learning to write with Djoko Lelono
Djoko Lelono, a well-known science fiction writer, will share his inspirations and how he create his novels.
Speaker: Djoko Lelono
Venue: Island of Tales, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

12.00 – 12.45
T(r)opical Issues: Between the Real and the Surreal
How do authors deal with the harsh realties of this world in fiction without depressing or disenchanting their readers? Some don’t, of course, but others delve into the surreal to create a parallel plane from which to better view and analyze the world in which we live.
Speakers: Eka Kurniawan & Triyanto Triwikromo
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

12.00 – 13.00
Cultural Diversity in Children’s Picture Books: Indonesia in the Global World
Children’s picture books celebrate cultural diversity by portraying children coming from different places. Through multicultural children’s picture books, children explore the islands of imagination brought to life by stories and vivid illustrations.
Speakers: Sophie Dewayani & Linda Tan Ligard
Venue: Stage at the Children’s Books Centre, 3.0 K137, Exhibition site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

12.00 – 13.00
Pulang: Heimkehr naar Jakarta – a new Indonesian novel
In the early hours of 1 October 1965, six Indonesian army officers were kidnapped and killed in an abortive coup. In the days and weeks that followed, the army blamed the coup attempt on the Indonesian Communist Party and used it as a pretext for the roundup and killing of hundreds of thousands—possibly more than a million—of thousands of alleged communists. In the decades that followed any and all opposing views were silences. Now, writers are finally opening up the secrets of the past.
Meet Leila S. Chudori, whose novel, Pulang— just published in German under the title Pulang: Heimkehr naar Jakarta—explores the impact of this catastrophic event on the lives of Indonesian families.
Speaker : Leila S. Chudori
Venue : Weltenleser Bookstore, Oeder Weg 40, 60318 Frankfurt am Main
Language : English

12.30 – 13.45
BUSINESS LUNCH – All about Obor Indonesia Foundation and its publications
Yayasan Pustaka Obor Indonesia, Institut Terjemahan & Buku Malaysia and National Arts Council-Singapore will launch book Anthology of Short Stories Indonesia-Malaysia-Singapore.
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

13.00 – 13.45
Bali: The Food of My Island Home
Janet DeNeefe has made Ubud, Bali, her home for the last 30 years and owns Casa Luna and Indus restaurants, as well as, the renowned Casa Luna Cooking School. She is also the founder and director of the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival and the new Ubud Food Festival. Join Janet DeNeefe as she presents Bali: The Food of My Island Home with tastings from her favourite pages.
Speaker: Janet de Neefe
Venue: Gourmet Salon, Gourmet Gallery, 3.1 L135, Exhibition site
Language: English

13.00 – 13.45
In Conversation: Sense and Sensuality
Though Toeti Heraty (born 1933) and Sapardi Djoko Damono (born 1940) are two of Indonesia’s older living poets, both write with a sense and sensibility that is appealing to all generations of Indonesian readers. Their work is sensual in very different ways, and through their poetry they speak of sex how this primordial need so very much influences relationships between men and women today.
Speakers: Sapardi Djoko Damono & Toeti Heraty
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

13.00-13.45
From One Coffee Bean to Another
Taste delicious Indonesian coffee and hear about the stories. Every day we will feature a different coffee on the Island of Spices. Try them all, come back for more!
Venue: Island of Spice, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

14.00 – 14.45
Walter Spies in the Island of Demons
German painter Walter Spies (1895–1942) has an out-sized influence on Indonesian painting, especially Balinese painting, and also for attracting the attention of Western cultural figures to Balinese culture and art in the 1930s: Miguel Covarrubias, Margaret Mead, Geoffrey Bateson, Vicki Baum, Colin McPhee and others.
Speakers: Nigel Barley &Lans Brahmantyo
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

14.00 – 14.45
ARTIST’S TALK: Indonesian Comic Artists on the International Stage
Chris Lie opened the American comics industry for Indonesian artists to work both individually and in groups. Apriyadi is a highly praised artist now working in the US (as well as being co-creator Lemuria series). As representatives of Indonesia’s new comic generation, they will speak of why Indonesia is such a fertile breeding ground for fresh American and European comics.
Speakers: Apriyadi Kusbiantoro & Chris Lie
Venue: Island of Images, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

14.00 – 14.45
T(r)opical Issues: Fictional Islam
Indonesia, with close to 250 million people, is not only the world’s third largest democracy; it is also the most Muslim-populated country today with more Muslim citizens than the entire Middle East combined. Given the sectarian strife seen in many other Muslim-populated countries, how are democracy and Islam in Indonesia able to exist hand in hand.
Speakers: Ahmad Fuadi & Andrea Hirata
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

15.00 – 15.45
Digital spaces: Reaching the New Emerging Market Through Animation
There is a huge potential for international publishing companies to expand their market to new readers and audiences. Customizing and localizing your material will greatly increases its exposure while also enhancing product awareness among new potential customers. The use of animation and other forms of digital media is an innovative way which you can use to reach these objectives.
Speaker: Daryl Wilson
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

15.00 – 15.45
Color My Life: Learn to Illustrate with Chris Lie
Children will learn to draw in picture book or comic style. Fun to learn as Chris will share his experience in the international market. A very encouraging learning.
Artists: Chris Lie
Venue: Island of Tales, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

15.00 – 15.45
Personal Conversation: N. Riantiarno
Enjoy a conversation with N. Riantiarno, Indonesia’s most popular playwright, whose theatrical company, Teater Koma, has staged more live performances than any other troupe.
Speaker: N. Riantiarno
Venue: Island of Words, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

15.00-15.45
Jailolo Kitchen: West Halmahera’s Gastronomic Delights
Maharasa group will share the great stories and delicacies of Jailolo, a special region known as The Spice Island, the old world trading routes’ main source of spices. Rich volcanic soil, tropical temperatures and monsoon rains are the key ingredients to the diversity of species and abundant indigenous ingredients such as clove, nutmeg, coconut, sago, banana, palm sugar, cassava and pili nut.
Speakers: Maharasa Indonesia & West Halmahera Regional Province
Venue: Island of Spice, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

15.00 – 15.45
Inspired by India
For far longer than a milennia the indigenized classic Indian tale, The Mahabharata, has been the source of inspiration of an untold number of artists, writers, and even comic authors. These stories have linked islands with the Indonesian archipelago long before there even was an idea of an Indonesia. And yet, they are still popular today. What gives them their lasting resonance?
Speakers: Apriyadi Kusbiantoro & Gabriel Possenti Sindhunata
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

15.00 – 16.00
One Nation, Thousands of Flavours
Discover Indonesia’s rich and complex regional cuisines from two famous culinary presenters. Bondan Winarno’s popular TV show Taste of Indonesia sets off trends, awareness and appreciation among Indonesians on local food culture. While Sandra Djohan’s mishmashed cultures is what makes her unique in co-hosting her Spice of Life TV program.
Speakers: Bondan Winarno & Sandra Djohan
Venue: Show kitchen, Gourmet Gallery, 3.1 L99, Exhibition site
Language: English, Indonesian

15.30
Recording Indonesian Music
Using examples of music and photographs, ethnomusicologists trace the history of commercial and documentary audio recordings of Indonesian music.
Speakers: Philip Yampolsky & Endo Suanda.
Participation fee: 5.00 €
Venue: Weltkulturen Labor, Schaumainkai 37, 60594 Frankfurt am Main
Language: English

16.00 – 16.45
ARTIST’S TALK: Local Content—Global Success
Muhammad “Mice” Misrad and Is Yuniarto are two of Indonesia’s most successful comic artists. In their exploration of local content, the two have chosen different paths, with Mice satirizing Jakarta urban life and Is reinterpreting wayang (shadow theater) mythology. In this effort, both have proven that even when global meets local, “local” has the stronger hand.
Speakers: Muhammad “Mice” Misrad and Is Yuniarto
Venue: Island of Images, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

16.00 – 16.45
The Spoken Word
Come to meet and listen to readings by Afrizal Malna and Nirwan Dewanto. Introduction to the authors, followed by readings in Indonesian with German and English translations.
Speakers: Afrizal Malna & Nirwan Dewanto
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

16.00 – 17.00
Indonesian Graphic Novels
Indonesia has a long and strong tradition of graphic novels, but still largely unknown to the world. It is both a historical imperative and a great market opportunity to explore Indonesian graphic novels in the future.
Speakers: Hikmat Darmawan, Chris Lie, Maria Karipidou, Till Laßman
Venue: Forum International Dialogue, 5.1 A128, Exhibition site
Language: English, Indonesian

16.00 – 18.00
MATCH MAKING
Match-Making Arrangement by Territories: Arab World & Turkey, ASEAN
Match-Making Session for international networking and copyright trading will be attended by more than 20 Indonesian publishers.
Co-organizer: IPR License
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

16.00-21.00
Kaki Lima (Street Food)
The “Kaki Lima” (Street Food) will take place around the Römerberg district on October 14 to 17, from 4 to 9 PM, serving Indonesian iconic dishes such as Fried Rice and Satay. Check www.spiceitup.id for detailed locations.
Venue: Römerberg, Frankfurt
Language: English

17.00-17.45
Music & Dance: The Sound of Minangkabau
Interpretations of traditional Minangkabau music performed by the Talago Buni group, led by Edy Utama from Padang (West Sumatra).
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

17.00 – 17.45
Digital Spaces: Cultural Resource Center
Most of Indonesia’s diverse cultures reside in oral tradition, that is, the unwritten expression of artifacts and behavior. Besides stories, legends, and mythologies that contain philosophical and historical narratives of the people, such expression is also evident in dance, music, architecture and ceremonies, some of which are presented in this cultural data center.
Speaker: Endo Suanda
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

17.00 – 18.00
Happy Hour – Indonesia Party!
Party time for friends of the Guest of Honour Indonesia on the National stand.
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

17.00 – 18.00
Happy Hour – Indonesia Party!
Party time for friends of the Guest of Honour Indonesia on the Island of Spice.
Venue: Island of Spice, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

18.00
Discussion with Antje Strubel
Speakers : Intan Paramaditha, Djoko Lelono
Venue : KulturKeller, Bolongarostraße 186, 65929 Frankfurt am Main
Language : English, Indonesian

18.00
Berbagi Suami – Love for Share
Salma, a doctor, is married to a businessman who marries two other women, who just stays with him because of her son. Esi suppose to marry her uncle and flees after words with one other wife. Ming accepts her role as invisible second wife. The film connects the life of three different women an their arrangement with polygamy in the Indonesian society. Director: Nia Dinata. 120 mins
Speaker: Nia Dinata
Venue: Deutsches Filmmuseum, Schaumainkai 41, 60596 Frankfurt am Main
Language: English, Indonesian

19.00
SPICE IT UP – Public Dinner
The Indonesian celebrity chef Budi Lee will create a special Indonesian menu.
Chef: Budi Lee
Venue: Freitagsküche, Mainzer Landstr. 105, 60329 Frankfurt am Main
Language: German

19.30
Gandari
Bringing the Book Fair to the close, the Indonesian National Committee Guest of Honour Program – Frankfurt Book Fair 2015 presents one of last season’s most exciting music theatre productions from Jakarta: Gandari – a multi-sensory total work of art combining dance, song, music and recitations, and a haunting parable about the relationship between social norms and individual sensibility.
Artists: Tony Prabowo, Goenawan Mohamad, Su Wen Chi, Bas Wiegers, Katrien Baerts, Landung Simatupang, Danang Pamungkas, Lilik Ari Prasetyo
Participation fee: 25.00 €
Venue: Frankfurt LAB, Schmidtstr. 12, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
Language: German, English

19.30
Discussion with German Authors Ulla Lenze & Andreas Stichmann
Speakers : Gunawan Maryanto, A.S. Laksana, Ulla Lenze, Andreas Stichmann
Venue : Weltenleser Bookstore, Oeder Weg 40, 60318 Frankfurt am Main
Language : German, English

21:00
Extra Hot! Best of Poetry Slam Frankfurt
Poetry Slam Frankfurt presents some of the most acclaimed German spoken word poets together with special guest poets from Indonesia. Poetry Slam Frankfurt is a competition for stage poets.
Speakers: Afrizal Malna, Dorothea Rosa Herliany, Joko Pinurbo, Bas Böttcher, Timo Brunke, Sarah Bosetti, Dalibor Marcovic
Participation fee: 8.00 €
Venue: Fachhochschule Cafe1, Nibelungenplatz 1, 60318 Frankfurt am Main
Language: German, English, Indonesian

22.30
The Raid – Redemption
Underground boss Tama is occupying a building in the slums of Jakarta, when a elite team under command of Rama is instructed to “raid” the building. While Tama offers head money for every policeman Rama leads a battle against Tama and his criminals. This independent action film won the Audience Award at Dublin International Film Festival 2012. Director: Gareth Evans. 101 min
Venue: Deutsches Filmmuseum, Schaumainkai 41, 60596 Frankfurt am Main
Language: English, Indonesian
Books on Indonesia
The international exhibition “Books on Indonesia” is organized by the Frankfurt Book Fair with the intention of reflecting and presenting the “outside view” of Indonesia from authors and publishers all over the world. It exhibits international titles on Indonesia and translated literature.

Island of Images
With ingenuity, esprit and substance: Indonesian comics, graphic novels and animations offer a matchless variety of facets. Discover the world of images!

Island of Illumination
Various traditional scripts used in the Indonesian archipelago from ancient times are presented for perusal. Through it visitors will travel to the early 7th century and onwards to this modern age.

Island of Tales
Comfy on a bed, children can view stories and fables projected unto a winged dragon.

Island of Scenes
Join an adventure through Indonesia’s literary landscape; be enthralled by the richness of its musical, dance and performance arts. Plus meet and greet principle players in the country’s cultural scene. Discover Indonesia!

Island of Spice
Aroma, texture and a firework of colors are presented through the spices of Indonesia. You may be lucky enough to even have a taste of some, mixed in the café where delicacies are served.

Island of Inquiry
Discover digital products of information and learning softwares.

Island of Words
Browse into books on Indonesia collected from all over the world in various languages. Five colossal books about the iconic art of batik textile, the Keris dagger, the world of wayang shadow-theater and poetry are displayed with a collection of Indonesian books.

Saturday, 17 Oktober 2015

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Media Competences
Curiosity plays a huge role here: school children role play as journalists and interview fair visitors, authors and produce films. Finally the young correspondents will blog their results and publish them in our activity booklet.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Graphics and Characters
School children will have the opportunity to test technological innovations. Working sprout stations, 3D scanners, tablets and more cool technologies is the point of this expedition
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Food and Spices
School children will cook alongside Indonesian chefs. Various spices from Indonesia will be the focus of this expedition and a variety of dishes will be served in the Classroom of the Future.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Underwater World – It Matters What You Do
Lab coat, microscope and artifacts from Indonesia’s underwater world give school children a chance to be researchers. How does climate change affect the ocean? What role does the coral reef ecosystem play in the sea? Questions on ocean depth will be the focus of this expedition.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Robots under Water
Water around Indonesia’s coral reefs is polluted. How can we clean these reefs without damaging it and disturbing animals living there? We need your genius ideas! Assisted by Lego Education, the students will develop underwater robots which can solve this problem.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Art – Think about Circles in Indonesia
Pupils will create their own stories using everyday objects (in the shape of circles) from Indonesia. Students will be provoked with a rich variety of everyday objects and a challenge to create a collection and connect their collection to a story. They will then capture this story on devices available, either by still image or movie.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Voice and Dialogue
School children can write their own stories; there is no limit to their fantasies. Storylines and characters come to life, when the students give voice to their creations in the ARD – Audio Drama Box.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Sounds
The students will do own recordings with mobile equipment and they will work with effects and recording software.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.15 – 09.45
SELAMAT PAGI
“Suara Nusantara-II” (“Sound of Nusantara-II”). New musical interpretations from different regions of Indonesia. Piring Cupak Dance (Cupak plate dance) is a dance from the Minangkabau region.
Presented by art groups: Artina Production (Jakarta).
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

09.30 – 10.30
MORNING COFFEE & CEO TALKS
Creating Global Demand for Indonesian Children’s Books
Sari Meutia of Mizan Pustaka Publishers will look at the rise in global demand for children’s books in Indonesia. With its vast amount of related talent, Indonesia plays a key role in the development.
Speakers: Sari Meutia (Mizan Publishing) & Renate Reichstein (Verlagsgruppe Oetinger)
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

10.00 – 10.45
Indonesian Comic Icons
Iwan Gunawan, a visual arts scholar and avid art collector, will speak of the most iconic characters of Indonesian comics throughout history. Is Yuniarto, popular comic artist, will share his insights from having reinterpreted wayang comic characters as modern fantasy figures.
Speakers: Iwan Gunawan & Is Yuniarto
Venue: Island of Images, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

10.00 – 10.45
Digital Tales: The Fisherman’s Daughter
Nina lives with her father, a fisherman, and has always a lot to do. One day, all the work seems to be done by itself. She is happy but soon misses her father. She takes a boat and is going to look for him.
Storyteller: Arleen Amidjaja
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

10.00 – 10.45
Personal Conversation: Toeti Heraty
Enjoy a conversation with Toeti Heraty, one of Indonesia’s truly “Renaissance” authors who a poet, philosopher, businesswoman, gallery owner and pianist.
Speaker: Toeti Heraty
Venue: Island of Words, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

10.00-10.45
Leaf it to Tea, The Variety & Culture of Indonesian Tea
A land of well-watered, sun-drenched highlands, Indonesia is ideal for growing top-quality tea. Santhi Serad will relate the history of Indonesia’s contribution to the world of tea, from the pioneering plantations in the 17th Century to the role of this refreshing, soothing beverage in contemporary Indonesian culture. Santhi will show various types of herbal teas and specialty tea beverages.
Speaker: Santhi Serad
Venue: Island of Spice, Indonesian Pavillion, Hall 1
Language: English, Indonesian

10.00 – 11.00
Indonesian Cooking Inspirations
Chef Vindex will share practical skills in cooking delicious Indonesian food. Vindex has worked in some of the best kitchens in Jakarta and Bali. He was a judge on MasterChef Indonesia and is often called on to be a jury member in many cooking competitions around Asia. He is launching his new book ‘Iconic Indonesian Cooking’ with a memorable tasting experience.
Speaker: Vindex Tengker
Venue: Show Kitchen, Gourmet Gallery, 3.1 L99, Exhibition site
Language: English, Indonesian

11.00 – 11.45
COMIC SOUL MATES 1
Comic artists Sheila Rooswitha Putri (Indonesia) and Peter van Dongen (the Netherlands) create images of past and present day life in Indonesia. They talk about Indonesia, each other’s work, and how their personal lives and family stories are reflected in their work. Writer and journalist Ilija Trojanow will lead the conversation.
Speakers: Sheila Rooswitha Putri, Peter van Dongen & Ilija Trojanow
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

11.00 – 11.45
Digital Spaces: Wayang Kulit/ Shadow Puppet
Wayang Kulit (Shadow Puppet) is a traditional Indonesian heritage show that utilizes lighting and physical figurines to create shadows. The story contains mythical figures and aim to teach moral values. Is performed in interactive apps and packaged in an Interactive Digital Textbook.
Speaker: Taufik Assegaf
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

11.00 – 11.45
T(r)opical Issues: Internal – External Exile
The mass killings of 1965, resulted in the internal incarceration of tens of thousands of suspected Communists and leftists and the external exile of thousands of alleged sympathizers who happened to be abroad at the time. Find out the fate of these people whose lives were forever changed by a militaristic regime.
Speakers: Leila S. Chudori & Laksmi Pamuntjak
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

11.00 – 11.45
Indonesian Manuscripts Series: Negarakretagama
Island of Illumination: Negarakretagama is an Old Javanese manuscript dating from 1365 which was re-discovered in 1894 by Dutch scholar J.L.A. Brandes. It relates the history of the Majapahit kingdom under the leadership of Prabu Hayam Wuruk (1350-1389), a period that was famed for its democracy and support for the common man. It was designated 2013 as a Memory of the World document by UNESCO.
Presenter: Agung Kriswanto
Venue: Island of Illumination, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

12.00
Modernity and Spirituality
Modern-day life has opened up greater space for individualism and personal expression. However, modernity has also served to erode traditional boundaries that once served to enforce social ties. In this situation, how are Indonesian women able to reconfigure the meaning of spirituality. What has happened to the mysticism that was a unique trait of traditional society. Meet Ratih Kumala who will read from her novel Gadis Kretek.
Speaker : Ratih Kumala
Venue : Weltenleser Bookstore, Oeder Weg 40, 60318 Frankfurt am Main
Language : English

12.00 – 12.45
Religious Comics: A Journey to the Extremes
A unique subgenre of Indonesian comics can be described as “Heaven & Hell Comics”, religious comics that owe their influence to a combination of exploitative violent comics and religious texts. Mostly drawing inspiration from Islamic doctrine and teachings, it has undergone a dynamic evolution and stimulated frank opposition from punk-inspired artists in the Indie comic scene.
Speakers: Hikmat Darmawan & Iwan Gunawan
Venue: Island of Images, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

12.00 – 12.45
Storytelling & Launching: Prinzessin Kemang
Princess Kemang is an Indonesian folktale from Sumatra. An intercultural storytelling done in bilingual languages, German by Gabriela Bracklo and Murti Bunanta (author) in Indonesian through Kamishibai and picture book presenting an unusual model of a strong, independent princess able to stand on her own two feet. A short information about Indonesia will also be given.
Storytellers: Gabriela Bracklo & Murti Bunanta
Venue: Island of Tales, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

12.00 – 12.45
COMIC SOUL MATES 2
In this “Battle of the Soul Mates” three Indonesian comic artists and three German artists engage in a comic duel – one that follows another that was staged on “German soil” outside the pavilion – spontaneously expressing themselves through their drawings on random subjects chosen for them.
Indonesian Comic Artists: Beng Rahadian, Muhammad “Mice” Misrad, Tita Larasati
German Comic Artists: Stephan Lomp, Maria Karipidou, Till Laßmann
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

12.30 – 13.15
White, Yellow and Red: Indonesian Basic Seasoning Pastes
Chef Sisca has always emphasized the keys to delicious Indonesian cooking are simplicity and advance preparation to fit our modern lifestyle. She will demonstrate how to prepare three basic Indonesian spice mixes: red, yellow and white, and prepare tastings of delicious dishes using these three spice mixes. Sisca is a pioneer in the Indonesian culinary world and has published more than 130 cookbooks
Speaker: Sisca Soewitomo
Venue: Gourmet Salon, Gourmet Gallery, 3.1 L135, Exhibition site
Language: English, Indonesian

12.30 – 13.45
BUSINESS DISCUSSION – All about Mizan/Bentang and its publications
Creating Character For Kids
The speaker, Wahyu Aditya or Wadit – a prominent animator and the founder of Hello Motion Animation Academy, will share his experience in creating character fot children, from the story concept to the campaign and promotion.
Speaker: Wahyu Aditya
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

13.00-13.45
COMIC BATTLE 3
In this comic battle, comic artists of different styles—realist, manga, etc.—once again start with the same idea to create a host of different images. Within a relaxed atmosphere, audience members are invited to interact directly with the artists in a Q & A session.
Artists: Benny Rachmadi, Is Yuniarto, Sheila Rooswitha, Aji Prasetyo
Venue: Island of Images, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

13.00 – 13.45
Personal Conversation: Franz Magnis-Suseno
Enjoy a conversation with German-born author, Franz Magnis Suseno, whose literary work is marked by erudition and whose work in the field of human rights has gained him a large following.
Speaker: Franz Magnis-Suseno
Venue: Island of Words, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

13.00-13.45
Kecap Manis (Sweet Soy Sauce): a National Condiment
Kecap Manis, a blend of soy sauce and palm sugar, is Indonesia’s national condiment and used in many signature dishes. As a staple in daily life, few are aware of the interesting stories behind it. In his new book, Bondan Winarno will share about kecap manis through folklore, anecdotes, and recipes, and showcase this exotic and unique creation
Speaker: Bondan Winarno
Venue: Island of Spice, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

14.00 – 14.45
Women and the City
Every city has its love stories. Through the characters in their work, these two women writers capture both the bright and dark sides of life for Indonesian women in urban areas as well as moments of closeness and intimacy as well as alienation and rejection.
Speakers: Ika Natassa & Dewi Lestari
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

14.00 – 14.45
In Conversation
Manuscripts and Memory
Indonesia’s writing traditions are diverse and varied, yet few people outside of Indonesia know that the country has a number of distinct writing traditions—something uncommon in the West. Images of manuscripts written on paper, bark, palm leaf and other materials in these local scripts are a source of visual delight and the manuscripts themselves are a repository of local knowledge and wisdom.
Speakers: Aditya Gunawan, Titik Pudjiastuti
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

14.00 – 14.45
Artist’s Talk : Comics and Taboo
The artists in this session are well known in Indonesia’s comic circles and youth scenes as iconoclastic figures who have used their creativity to combat ideological conservatism and orthodox religious doctrine. Jati, with his scathing humor, and Aji, with his political activism, produce highly polemical work. The two share their unique perspectives of contemporary Indonesia through their works
Speakers: Kharisma Jati, Aji Prasetyo
Venue: Island of Images, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

14.00 – 14.45
Digital Spaces: The Physics of Batik
Lots of cultural values can be expressed from the oral tradition, embodied in various fields: literature, performing arts, crafts, and other social activities such as agriculture and ceremonies. Audiovisual documents deposited in a digital system will provide access to those values.
Speaker: Vande Leonardo
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

15.00 – 15.45
The Spoken Word
Come to meet and listen to readings by Yusi Avianto Pareanom and Hasif Amini. Introduction to the authors, followed by readings in Indonesian with German and English translations.
Speakers: Yusi Avianto Pareanom & Hasif Amini
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

15.00 – 15.45
Digital Spaces: Wonderful Indonesia Virtual Show
A Giant Augmented Reality Book interactive show to reveal the richness and vast beauty of Indonesia and its cultures. This Giant Augmented Reality Book show will exhibit the many different islands of Indonesia and its diverse traditions in a sensational way through the experience of Augmented Reality technology.
Speakers: Peter Shearer
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

15.00 – 15.45
Nap Time Tales: The Dolphin
Renny Yaniar will tell about Dolphins in Aceh, Sumatra Island, when she was visiting this area, and share her inspiration and motivation to write about this beautiful and kind fish. A fun time to create stories of fishes.
Stoyteller: Renny Yaniar
Venue: Island of Tales, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, Indonesian

15.00-15.45
Indonesian Artisanal Coffees
Lisa will showcase Indonesia’s best coffees, from Gandangbatu Arabica, Merapi Robusta to Solok Arabica. She works tirelessly with Indonesian Coffee Project to raise the quality and production of Indonesian coffee beans involving coffee and agricultural experts, Farmers, chefs/baristas, and coffee connoisseurs. Listen to her coffee stories and join Lisa’s coffee tasting session.
Speaker: Lisa Virgiano
Venue: Island of Spice, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

15.00 – 15.45
Indonesian Urban Madness
Jakarta, a true Asian megalopolis, is a source of humorous stories and incidents that are both unique to the city and have universal understanding. The interaction between space, time, and all kinds of different people produce situations with crazy and comic appeal. With the eyes of a sociologist, these cartoonists who have found praise and awards at both the national and international level for their work, show Jakarta and other cities of Indonesia in a critically humorous light.
Speakers: Muhammad “Mice” Mirsad, Hikmat Darmawan & Benny Rachmadi
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

16.00 – 16.45
In Conversation
The Purpose of Prose
Though many of Budi Darma’s stories are set in the USA, the quandries the author presents are easily understood by Indonesians. Similarly, Abidah El Khalieqy’s work, with characters who live in the Middle East, raises issues that ring out loud and clear for Indonesian readers, especially women. What is the meaning of geographical location. How does it affect of purpose of their prose work?
Speakers: Abidah El Khalieqy, Budi Darma
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

16.00 – 16.45
In Praise of Translation
Translators who have been involved in the translation of books and other activities related to FBF-2015 are invited to gather for a cup of coffee and conversation and to establish friendships for future cooperative ventures.
Hosts: John McGlynn & Jan Budweg
Venue: Island of Spice, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

16.00 – 16.45
Digital Spaces : Marine Explorer
Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world with over 13,000 island and 80 percent of its territory consisting of water. Showcasing Indonesia as a Maritime Nation with explanations of geographical sites of and basic concepts of ship-building. The presentation is done via interactive apps and packaged in an Interactive Digital Textbook.
Speakers: Taufik Assegaf
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

16.00 – 18.00
MATCH MAKING
Match-Making Arrangement by Territories:
China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, India
Match-Making Session for international networking and copyright trading will be attended by more than 20 Indonesian publishers.
Co-Organizer by: IPR License
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

16.00-21.00
Kaki Lima (Street Food)
The “Kaki Lima” (Street Food) will take place around the Römerberg district on October 14 to 17, from 4 to 9 PM, serving Indonesian iconic dishes such as Fried Rice and Satay. Check www.spiceitup.id for detailed locations.
Venue: Römerberg, Frankfurt
Language: English

16.30 – 17.15
Images of Women in Indonesian Comics
The evolution of women’s characters in Indonesian comics is a window for looking at a most important aspect of Indonesian culture. Contrary to popular perceptions abroad, Indonesia has a long history of strong women actively involved in public life. Time and again, images of women in Indonesian comics have captured that strength even when sometimes filtered through male chauvinistic biases.
Speakers: Tita Larasati & Hikmat Darmawan
Venue: Island of Images, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

17.00 – 17.45
Music and Dance
Experience dances from Kadagan (West Java), Mitreka Bawana (Southeast Sulawesi), Bambangan-Cakil (Middle Java) and Enggang (East-Kalimantan).
Performed by Art Groups: Artina Production, Sipala Dance Company and Saman Kabupaten Gayo.
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

17.00 – 18.00
Happy Hour – Indonesia Party!
Party time for friends of the Guest of Honour Indonesia on the National stand.
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

17.00 – 18.00
Happy Hour – Indonesia Party!
Party time for friends of the Guest of Honour Indonesia on the Island of Spice.
Venue: Island of Spice,Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

19.00
SPICE IT UP – Public Dinner
The Indonesian celebrity chef Vindex Tengker is cooking together with Marcello Capparelli from the Freitagsküche an Indonesian menu.
Chefs: Vindex Tengker & Marcello Capparelli
Venue: Freitagsküche im MMK Domstr. 10, 60311 Frankfurt am Main
Language: German

19.30
Gandari
Bringing the Book Fair to the close, the Indonesian National Committee Guest of Honour Program – Frankfurt Book Fair 2015 presents one of last season’s most exciting music theatre productions from Jakarta: Gandari – a multi-sensory total work of art combining dance, song, music and recitations, and a haunting parable about the relationship between social norms and individual sensibility.
Artists: Tony Prabowo, Goenawan Mohamad, Su Wen Chi, Bas Wiegers, Katrien Baerts, Landung Simatupang, Danang Pamungkas, Lilik Ari Prasetyo
Participation fee: 25.00 €
Venue: Frankfurt LAB, Schmidtstr. 12, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
Language: German, English

19.30
Zoe Beck and Ratih Kumala/Talk
Venue : Taunushalle Restaurant, Oberndorfer Str. 20, 35606 Solms
Language : German, English

19.30 – 21.00
Ayu Utami: “Larung”
Born 1968 in Java, she is one of the most well known authors in Indonesia nowadays. Ayu Utami dedicates her writing against the mainstream of double standards and publishes her new translated novel “Larung”.
Speakers: Ayu Utami, Peter Sternagel
Venue: Zentralbibliothek Frankfurt, Hasengasse 4, Frankfurt am Main
Language: German, Indonesian

20.00
Extra Hot! Song Slam Frankfurt
A song slam shows a kaleidoscope of modern singer-songwriter-music from folk to rap, from pop to punk, from blues to soul, from chanson to comedy. The audience judges text and music – similar to a poetry slam. Special guests Reda Guadiamo and Arie Maruli will present Indonesian songs.
Speakers: Reda Guadiamo & Arie Maruli
Participation fee: 9.00 €
Venue: Orange Peel, Kaiserstr. 39 60309 Frankfurt am Main
Language: German, English

20.30
Cahaya Dari Timur: Beta Maluku – Lights from the East: I Am Maluku
Soccer coach Sani Tawainella wants to save the children in the village from problems of religious conflicts through football. In the midst of a personal crisis as well as the choice between family or football team, Sani is assigned to bring his team to represent Maluku in the national championship and that means a challenge for all involved.Director: Angga Dwimas Sasongko, 151 min.
Speakers: Angga Dwimas Sasongko & Eros Djarot
Venue: Deutsches Filmmuseum, Schaumainkai 41, 60596 Frankfurt am Main
Language: English, Indonesian

Books on Indonesia
The international exhibition “Books on Indonesia” is organized by the Frankfurt Book Fair with the intention of reflecting and presenting the “outside view” of Indonesia from authors and publishers all over the world. It exhibits international titles on Indonesia and translated literature.

Island of Images
With ingenuity, esprit and substance: Indonesian comics, graphic novels and animations offer a matchless variety of facets. Discover the world of images!

Island of Illumination
Various traditional scripts used in the Indonesian archipelago from ancient times are presented for perusal. Through it visitors will travel to the early 7th century and onwards to this modern age.

Island of Tales
Comfy on a bed, children can view stories and fables projected unto a winged dragon.

Island of Scenes
Join an adventure through Indonesia’s literary landscape; be enthralled by the richness of its musical, dance and performance arts. Plus meet and greet principle players in the country’s cultural scene. Discover Indonesia!

Island of Spice
Aroma, texture and a firework of colors are presented through the spices of Indonesia. You may be lucky enough to even have a taste of some, mixed in the café where delicacies are served.

Island of Inquiry
Discover digital products of information and learning softwares.

Island of Words
Browse into books on Indonesia collected from all over the world in various languages. Five colossal books about the iconic art of batik textile, the Keris dagger, the world of wayang shadow-theater and poetry are displayed with a collection of Indonesian books.

Sunday, 18 Oktober 2015

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Media Competences
Curiosity plays a huge role here: school children role play as journalists and interview fair visitors, authors and produce films. Finally the young correspondents will blog their results and publish them in our activity booklet.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Graphics and Characters
School children will have the opportunity to test technological innovations. Working sprout stations, 3D scanners, tablets and more cool technologies is the point of this expedition
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Food and Spices
School children will cook alongside Indonesian chefs. Various spices from Indonesia will be the focus of this expedition and a variety of dishes will be served in the Classroom of the Future.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Underwater World – It Matters What You Do
Lab coat, microscope and artifacts from Indonesia’s underwater world give school children a chance to be researchers. How does climate change affect the ocean? What role does the coral reef ecosystem play in the sea? Questions on ocean depth will be the focus of this expedition.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Robots under Water
Water around Indonesia’s coral reefs is polluted. How can we clean these reefs without damaging it and disturbing animals living there? We need your genius ideas! Assisted by Lego Education, the students will develop underwater robots which can solve this problem.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Art – Think about Circles in Indonesia
Pupils will create their own stories using everyday objects (in the shape of circles) from Indonesia. Students will be provoked with a rich variety of everyday objects and a challenge to create a collection and connect their collection to a story. They will then capture this story on devices available, either by still image or movie.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Voice and Dialogue
School children can write their own stories; there is no limit to their fantasies. Storylines and characters come to life, when the students give voice to their creations in the ARD – Audio Drama Box.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.00 – 17.00
Expedition: Sounds
The students will do own recordings with mobile equipment and they will work with effects and recording software.
Venue: Classroom of the Future, 4.2 B24, Exhibition Site
Language: German

09.15 – 09.45
Selamat Pagi
Experience Malay music – the unique mix of various music traditions of regional music (gendang/drums), Arabic music (gambus) and Western music (accordion and violin). The zapin fan dance is based on a popular and light Malay dance. Its new interpretation is performed with fans.
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

09.30 – 10.30
MORNING COFFEE WITH LITERACY ACTIVISTS
Throughout the Indonesian archipelago, from Aceh in the West to Papua in the East, a nearly countless number of literary activists are working to improve the country’s level of literacy and the economic livelihood of their fellow citizens. Listen and talk to them as they share their stories.
Speakers: Muhidin Dahlan, Anton Solihin, Heri Hendrayana (Gola Gong), Murti Bunanta, Asma Nadia, Evelyn Ghozali.
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

10.00 – 10.45
Fun & Share: Learning to Illustrate with Chris Lie
Children will learn to draw in picture book or comic style. Fun to learn as Chris will share his experience in the international market. A very encouraging learning.
Speaker: Chris Lie
Venue: Island of Tales, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

10.00 – 10.45
Literary Soul Mates: From GOH to GOH
Indonesian author, Dewi Lestari, and Adriaan van Dis of the Netherlands are both being considered to be important representatives of the literature of their respective countries. They talk about each other’s work and about the way Indonesia is present in their work and their lives. Writer and journalist Ilija Trojanow will lead the conversation.
Speakers: Dewi Lestari, Adriaan van Dis & Ilija Trojanow
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

10.00 – 10.45
Indonesian Female Comic Artists and its Market
These two women artists share the accomplishments they have achieved through their graphic diaries. Tita is a pioneer in popularizing this unique genre and Sheila is one of the country’s most beloved artists in this field. Both represent strong female characters who are able to combine highly active daily lives with a light-hearted view of the world in which they live.
Speakers: Sheila Rooswitha & Tita Larasati
Venue: Island of Images, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

10.00 – 10.45
Indonesian Manuscripts Series: I La Galigo
I La Galigo, the world’s longest manuscript – 13,000 lines on 12,000 folio pages – dates from the 13th century. It is divided into two parts with the first part relating the origins of man on earth, particularly the Bugis people of South Sulawesi, and the second part depicting their societal norms. It was designated as a Memory of the World document by UNESCO in 2011.
Presenter: Titik Pudjiastuti
Venue: Island of Illumination, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

10.00 – 10.45
Digital Spaces : Marine Explorer
Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world with over 13,000 island and 80 percent of its territory consisting of water. Showcasing Indonesia as a Maritime Nation with explanations of geographical sites of and basic concepts of ship-building. The presentation is done via interactive apps and packaged in an Interactive Digital Textbook.
Speakers: Taufik Assegaf
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

10.00 – 11.00
Nasi Minyak Batanghari (Complex Spiced Fragrant Rice)
Everyone can take their pick from the vast array of Indonesian culinary treasures. William Wongso will introduce regional food specialties and the culinary characteristics of the world’s largest archipelago. He will take you through an enchanting journey from the West to the mysterious East. Learn more about old spices and fresh ingredients used in Indonesian cooking.
Speaker: William Wongso,
Venue: Show Kitchen, Gourmet Gallery, 3.1 L99, Exhibition site
Language: English, Indonesian

11.00 – 11.45
For Children’s Eyes
Thousands of junior novels are written by children’s writers in Indonesia. Is this a positive sign? In addition to two experts, also various and different opinions and comments are expected to put this phenomena in the right place.
Speakers: Renny Yaniar & Nadia Shafiana Rahma
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: German, Indonesian

11.00 – 11.45
T(r)opical Issues: 1965 – Refuse to Forget
1 October 1965. Six Indonesian army officers were killed in an abortive coup. The army blamed the coup attempt on the Indonesian Communist Party and used it as a pretext for the round-up and killing of possibly more than a million alleged communists. In the decades that followed, any opposing views were silenced. Now, writers are finally opening up the secrets of the past.
Speakers: Putu Oka Sukanta &Soeprijadi Tomodihardjo
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

11.00 – 11.45
Digital Spaces: Sound Waves of Angklung
A demonstration of angklung, a musical instrument made of bamboo, in its role as an Indonesian heritage, and explanations about the physical concepts involved in generating sound. The demonstration is performed in interactive apps and packaged in an interactive digital textbook.
Speakers: Taufik Assegaf
Venue: Island of Inquiry, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

11.00 – 12.00
Urban Music and Dances of Indonesia
Urban music and dances of Indonesia: Medan (North Sumatra), Betawi (Jakarta), Bandung (West Java).
Presented by art groups: Saman Gayo, Purwa Kencana, Artina Production, Sipala Dance Company.
Venue: Open Stage, Agora, Exhibition site
Language: English, Indonesian

12.00
Myth and Mythology in Bali
Throughout Indonesia, from Aceh, to Bali, to Papua, Indonesian authors keep local legends and knowledge alive by including modernized mythological characters in their work. Through stories from the past, Indonesian writers link modern society to the ancient past. Meet Cok Sawitri, acclaimed Balinese author, who revisits and refreshens Balinese myths. She will read from her book A Lonely Death & Other Stories
Speaker: Cok Sawitri
Venue: Weltenlesser Bookstore, Oeder Weg 40, 60318 Frankfurt am Main
Language: English, Indonesian

12.00 – 12.45
Story time: A Troop of Mothers
Arleen Amidjaja tells stories in an interactive and engaging way. For 1-8 children sitting in a circle (on the floor or on seats). For 9-20 children sitting in lines facing Arleen, and she can stand (or sit) in front of them. For more children, they can sit everywhere and Arleen will walk among them.
Storyteller: Arleen Amidjaja
Venue: Island of Tales, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

12.00 – 12.45
Personal Conversation: Sindhunata
Enjoy a conversation with the multi-talented and congenial Gabriel Possenti Sindhunata – or “Sindhunata” – a Catholic priest, novelist, literary editor, and sports writer!
Access with personal invitation only
Speaker: Gabriel Possenti Sindhunata
Venue: Island of Words, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

12.00-12.45
Forgotten Grains: Gluten Free Baking and Healthy Meals
Mary Jane will share her journey and cooking in exploring the use of lesser known grains, tubers, nuts and seeds, applied to gluten-free baking and meals. Mary Jane’s 35 years in Indonesia has seen her become a culinary educator, organic gardener, author and artist. She is a founding member of the Bali Institute for Sustainable Agriculture, director of Amertha Studios and convivium leader of Slow Food Bali.
Speaker: Mary Jane-Edleson
Venue: Island of Spice, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: English, Indonesian

12.00 – 15.00
SPICE IT UP – Coffee Tasting
Coffee tasting with Frankfurt and Indonesian coffee.
Speakers: Max Jakubowski & Lisa Virgiano
Venue: Museum Angewandte Kunst, Schaumainkai 17, 60594 Frankfurt am Main
Language: German

12.30 – 13.45
BUSINESS DISCUSSION – All about Penerbit Buku Kompas and Lontar Foundation and their publications
Penerbit Buku Kompas, one of Kompas Gramedia Publishers, presents the book “SBY: Selalu Ada Pilihan” (There Are Always Choices) written by the former president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. The Lontar Foundation launches the comic book “Jokowi: A Furniture Salesman Becomes President” about Joko Widodo, the country’s current president, and his rise from rags to the presidency.
Moderators: Siti Gretiani & John McGlynn
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: English

13.00-13.45
The Art of Banana Leaves Food Wrapping
From centuries ago until today, Indonesian cooking often involves the use of banana leaves to wrap dishes and desserts. Banana leaf packages are mostly required in steaming and grilling process and it requires special skills to master the art of wrapping. Sisca Soewitomo will demonstrate the art of banana leaf wrapping by showing step-by-step methods in a practical and elegant way.
Speaker: Sisca Soewitomo
Venue: Island of Spice, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

14.00 – 14.45
Snacks and Chats with Indonesian Literary Festivals
In an era of greater freedom of expression since the fall of Soeharto regime in 1998, Indonesia has seen the establishment of a growing number of literary festivals: Ubud Writers and Readers Festival, Makassar International Writers Festival, ASEAN Literary Festival, Salihara Festival and so on. Representatives of some of these festivals will meet with representatives of festivals in Europe and elsewhere to discuss greater cooperation in the years to come.
Speakers: Okky Madasari, Lily Yulianti Farid,Dorothea Rosa Herliany, Summa Durie, Eka Kurniawan, Nirwan Dewanto.
Venue: 4.0 C80, Exhibition site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

14.00 – 14.45
Comics and Coffee – An Ethnographic Journey
Beng is an avid coffee lover, always going the extra mile to find a good cup of coffee. Recently he published a graphic novel about a journey to Aceh in northern Sumatra and the coffee culture and the unique-tasting coffee he found there. He will speak of his exploration and the creation of his visual travelogue, which in many ways resembles a light-hearted ethnographic study.
Speaker: Beng Rahadian
Venue: Island of Images, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

14.00 – 14.45
T(r)opical Issues: Garuda Rising – Contemplating Modern Indonesia
Former president of Indonesia, B.J. Habibie, engages in a moderated disscussion with priest and human-rights activist, Dr. Franz Magnis-Suseno, about issues raised by the latter in his new and inciteful work on the modern Indonesian state and society. This session will be opened by Kandagan dance.
Speakers: Franz Magnis Suseno & B.J. Habibie
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

15.30 – 16.30
Handover Ceremony: Indonesia 2015 – Flanders & the Netherlands 2016
Following a literary discussion with the Indonesian author Ayu Utami and Dutch author Adriaan van Dis, the so called “GuestScroll”, an art object specially created for the Frankfurt Book Fair, is handed over to Flanders & the Netherlands, Guest of Honour 2016.
Venue: Island of Scenes, Indonesia Pavilion – Forum, Level 1, Exhibition Site
Language: German, English, Indonesian

16.30 – 17.30
Indonesian Music and Dance (III)
Experience dances from Kadagan (West Java), Mitreka Bawana (Southeast Sulawesi), Bambangan-Cakil (Middle Java) and Enggang (East-Kalimantan).
Performed by Artina Production, Sipala Dance Company and Saman Kabupaten Gayo.
Venue: Open Stage, Agora, Exhibition site
Language: English, Indonesian

18.00
Jalanan (Streetside)
The film is a documentary about the three talented and charismatic street musicians Boni, Ho and Titi in Jakarta over a tumultuous 5-year period in their lives and that of Indonesia. The film tracks the young musicians whose original compositions give a taste of the growing sub-culture and impressions of Jakarta affected by globalization. Director: Daniel Liv. Documentary. 108 mins
Venue: Deutsches Filmmuseum, Schaumainkai 41, 60596 Frankfurt am Main
Language: English, Indonesian

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