The idea of Jogja InterKultur was created due to the great demand of German visitors to Indonesia – individuals and businesses alike – for an intercultural contact point which does not only help with contacts and advice, but also conveys a deeper understanding of Indonesian culture and society.

Our experts are internationally experienced Indonesians and Europeans who have been living and working for more than ten years in Indonesia. As aid workers, journalists, cultural project managers and psychologists, they have acquired experience in many parts of the country. They practice intercultural exchange every day in their multi-cultural European-Javanese-Indonesian family life.

With Jogja Interkultur they make this broad experience as well as their personal and professional networks available to assist you in intercultural communication and the organization of projects and events.


Introducing Our Team

Fitri Kristiyoarti

Fitri Kristiyoarti coordinates the projects of Jogja InterKultur, organizes cultural events and takes care of the marketing. After completing her product design studies at Trisakti University in Jakarta in 2001, she moved to Jogjakarta, where she has worked as a design consultant for the artisans' collective APIKRI and other companies. She also helped set up a network for underground art and engaged in social artists' organizations. After three years as executive manager of Indonesian Contemporary Art Network (ICAN), she started working self-employed in 2010 as an independent project manager and designer and has organized various exhibitions, festivals and art trips – including for the Goethe-Institut, the Sotheby's Art Institute and Valentine Willie Fine Art in Singapore.

Hestu A. Nugroho

Hestu A. Nugroho is responsible for corporate design of Jogja Interkultur as well as for the production of publications. The graphic designer studied at the Indonesian Arts Institute (ISI) in Yogyakarta and was a founder of the internationally renowned artist collective Taring Padi. He designed posters and books for various organizations, including the Ford Foundation, the Goethe Institut, the National Commission on Women's Rights (KOMNAS Perempuan), the Institute for Political Strategy Research and Legal Assistance (ELSAM), the Resist Book Publishing and the HAK Association East Timor. Under the name Setu Legi he gained international experience installation artist in exhibitions, workshops and artist residencies in Australia, Europe and Southeast Asia.

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Jogja InterKultur

Send an email to weqoweqo@gmail.com

Phone: +62 856-287-1175, +62-818-877076

 Website: www.jogja-interkultur.com


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