The Favourite Links

The Keraton Surakarta Hadiningrat is the foundation's most important example of how to respect the classical arts of Java.

The Joglosemar Website gives nice and interesting information about the Javanese courts, Javanese dance, history and traditions; it also gives information about the work of Gusti Raden Ayu Koes Moertiyah of the Keraton Surakarta Hadiningrat and the S.T.S.I., being the academy of dancing of Surakarta.

The JawaPalace Website also gives nice and interesting information about the Javanese courts, Javanese dance, history and traditions.

The JawaKidul Website is specially dedicated to the Javanese Goddess of The Southern Ocean, Kanjeng Ratu Kidul. It shows beautyful paintings and wide information about the honourable goddess, who gave the art of classical Javanese dancing to the Central Javanese courts.

The Bulletin for Indonesian performing arts in the Netherlands gives a survey of Indonesian performing art companies in the Netherlands.

The American Gamelan Institute archives a large collection of scores, monographs, recordings, and other materials on gamelan and related arts in Indonesia and other countries.

The Tong-Tong Web Site informs about all kinds of activities concerning the yearly Tong-Tong Fair in The Hague which is visited every year by Indonesian performing art groups. This web site also has 'links' to several other sites with subjects related to Indonesia.

The web site of The MuseOn, the educational museum of The Hague, also gives interessting information about some Indonesian objects.

The Ballet Net and the Dance Links have hyperlinks to the important dance and ballet companies of Europe and the U.S.A. and give a good survey of other dance forms as a performing art.

The Wiwik Indonesia Homepage gives interesting information for travellers to Indonesia.

In good harmony the Centrum de Jeugdhaven has given The Wisma Ulah Budaya Foundation the rehearsal facilities since 1985.

The Stichting Volkenkundige Collectie Nederland has much information about Indonesian collections, events and exhibitions in the Netherlands.


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