Monday, June 13, 2011

Let's Take a walk to The Arts and Ceramics Museum in Jakarta

Take a walk with the family is a happiness and valuable experience for every member of the family, because family time is the happiest moment in our lives.

Often we had a problem, where we're going to take a walk with your family? In general, holiday weekends we often spend time with his family to go to the mall, Waterboom, or tourist sites that are near where we live. Surely this weekend routines can cause boredom good for ourselves, as well as members of our family.


Did you know, the holidays with family can also be done while enjoying high art? This experience will be of interest to us, the whole family, especially our children who are studying at primary level. What is the place that I mean it? Museum!.

One of the interesting museums to visit are the Arts and Ceramics Museum in Jakarta. The Arts and Ceramics Museum is a museum that holds collections of art, sculpture, and ceramics from the regions in Indonesia. Meseum is housed in an old building that was built heritage Dutch period between the years 1866-1870 AD in the city of Batavia (Jakarta). At first, the old building enabled by the Dutch government as the judiciary or judicial office named Ordinary Raad van Justitie Binnen Het Casteel Batavia (Batavia Castle Judicial Council).


The Arts and Ceramics Museum has about 400 collections of works of art including sculpture, totem from the wood, sketches, and batik painting. Tourists who visit this museum can see the collection mainstay of great importance to the history of Indonesian art, including painting entitled "The Regent of Cianjur", works of Raden Saleh, painting "Nursing Mothers" by Dullah, painting "Warriors Tritura" The work of S. Sudjojono, painting titled "Bride of Cianjur, "by Hendra Gunawan, and painting "Self Portrait" by Affandi.

Type of other art works that can be seen by tourists in this museum is an impressive wooden totem magic Tjokot works, and sculpture distinctively Balinese carvings, and totem from the wood works of modern artists, such as G. Sidharta and Oesman Effendi. In addition, visitors can also see paintings of artists college graduates, such as Achmad Sadali, Srihadi S, Fajkar Sidik, Popo Iskandar Kusnadi, Rusli, Nashar, Zaini, Amang Rahman, Amri Yahya, AS Budiman, Barli, Sudjana Kerton, Suprapto, Irsan, Mulyadi W, Abas Alibasyah, and many other artists from various regions in Indonesia.


Besides displaying paintings and sculpture, Museum Arts and Ceramics also has a diverse collection of ceramics. Collection of ceramics on display in this museum consists of local and foreign ceramics. Local ceramics can seen by visitors, among others, comes from Aceh, Medan, Palembang, Lampung, Jakarta, Bandung, Purwakarta, Yogyakarta, Malang, Lombok, and Bali. While foreign ceramics in the museum's collection has the form, features, functions, characteristics, and styles from different countries, like Vietnam, Thailand, Holland, Germany, Middle East, and China. Especially for the ceramics that come from China, the collection is mostly a legacy of the history of the Ming Dynasty or Ching.

The Arts and Ceramics Museum opened to the public on Tuesday through Sunday, while Monday and holidays closed. On Tuesday to Thursday, the museum is open from 9:00 to 15:00 o'clock pm. On Fridays and Sundays, the museum is open from 09:00 until 14:00 pm, while Saturday from 09:00 until 12:30 pm.

Till now, the Museum Arts and Ceramics have been equipped library has a collection of books on art, sculpture, and so forth. In addition, the museum is also there are various souvenir shops selling various souvenirs, like postcards, art books, crafts, sketches, fan, sculptures, and others.


So let us input into the agenda, The Arts and Ceramics Museums, as one place for a vacation with our family  while enjoying the work of high art.



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8 komentar:

Nurcahyaku2.co.cc said...

Sewaktu anak masih kecil memang sangat senang bersama keluarga,melihat musium kebun binang seperti itu, tapi sekarang hanyalah kenannagn saja:((

Ikada News said...

nic articel :))

bangdex said...

wah ternyata museum keramik juga ada yak, hmmmmm bagus nich buat nambah pengetahuan....:)

Health said...

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halobro said...

nice post friend..

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hanifan said...

belum pernah kesana :(

seleb-online said...

lah ada juga y gan musium keramik, hehehehe ane yg deket malah ga tau tuh....

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