Permata Photojournalist Grant (PPG) 2014

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“Indonesian Heritage” Photo Exhibition was held by PermataBank and Erasmus Huis/Netherlands Embassy collaborate with BPPI, Panna Photo Studio, Noor Agency, Subur Jaya and other partners. The opening ceremony was conducted on Friday, March 27th 2015 at Erasmus Huis.

The exhibition was opened by the Director of Erasmus Huis, Ton van Zeeland, and the Head Corporate Affairs of PermataBank. Catrini Kubontubuh, Laretna Adhisakti, Suhadi Hadiwinoto and many more from BPPI also attended the opening ceremony. Besides supporting partners, the opening ceremony was also attended by the Director of Cultural Center of Italia, Cultural Attaché of the Embassy of France, Sunda Kelapa Heritage, photo journalists, Yayasan Arsari Djojohadikusumo and other partners.

This exhibition displayed photos from 10 participants of Permata Photo Journalist Grant (PPG) 2014 with the theme of Indonesian Heritage. The photos displayed were about Trilogi Kopi, Perawat Jamu, Mis Tjitjih, Keroncong Tugu, Ondel-ondel Betawi, Cokek, Kapal Pinisi Sunda Kelapa, Kuliner Pusako Minang, Wayang Orang Bharata and performing arts from time to time. PermataBank has organized this event since 2011. This was the 4th event. In this occasion Erasmus Huis gave Erasmus Huis Fellowship to Amsterdam to one of the selected photo journalist that will get the opportunity to go to Amsterdam, to be an intern in Noor Agency and to attend Worldpress Photo Day. This year’s opportunity was won by Yoppy Pieter with the proposal of “Saujana Sumpu” titled “Nagari Sumpu, an Abandoned Village”.

PermataBank has planned that the next Permata Photo Journalist Grant still going to use Indonesian Heritage theme. Let’s keep supporting private sector initiative like PermataBank’s to preserve Indonesian heritage. Congratulation to the young photo journalist who has inspired us to love the heritage through photo story with humanistic approach from things around us.

 

Pameran Foto “Indonesian Heritage” diselenggarakan oleh PermataBank dan Erasmus Huis/Kedutaan Besar Belanda bekerjasama dengan BPPI, Panna Foto Studio, Noor Agency, Subur Jaya dan segenap mitra lainnya. Pembukaan Pameran dilakukan Jumat, 27 Maret 2015 di Erasmus Huis.

Acara dibuka oleh Ton van Zeeland selaku Direktur Erasmus Huis dan Leila Djafaar selaku Head Corporate Affairs PermataBank. Dari BPPI hadir Catrini Kubontubuh, Laretna Adishakti, Suhadi Hadiwinoto, dan segenap sahabat BPPI. Selain para mitra pendukung, acara dihadiri pula oleh Direktur Pusat Kebudayaan Italia, Atase Kebudayaan Kedutaan Besar Perancis, komunitas pusaka seperti Sunda Kelapa Heritage, para pewarta foto, Yayasan Arsari Djojohadikusumo dan mitra lainnya.

Pameran Foto ini menampilkan hasil karya 10 peserta Permata Photo Journalist Grant (PPG) 2014 dengan tema Pusaka Indonesia. Karya-karya  yang ditampilkan antara lain tentang Trilogi Kopi, Perawat Jamu, Mis Tjitjih, Keroncong Tugu, Ondel-ondel Betawi, Cokek, Kapal Pinisi Sunda Kelapa, Kuliner Pusako Minang, Wayang Orang Bharata dan seni pertunjukan dari masa ke masa. PermataBank telah menyelenggarakan kegiatan ini sejak tahun 2011 dan kali ini telah memasuki penyelenggaraan ke-4. Dalam kesempatan ini Erasmus Huis memberikan Erasmus Huis Fellowship to Amsterdam kepada satu pewarta foto terpilih yang akan mendapat kesempatan pergi ke Amsterdam untuk magang di NOOR Agency dan menghadiri World Press Photo Day. Tahun ini dimenangkan oleh Yoppy Pieter dengan proposal “Saujana Sumpu” berjudul “Nagari Sumpu, an abandoned village”.

PermataBank telah merencanakan kembali bahwa penyelenggaraan Permata Photo Journalist Grant tahun berikutnya masih akan mengangkat tema Indonesian Heritage. Mari kita dukung terus inisiatif pihak swasta seperti PermataBank ini untuk bersama-sama menjaga kelestarian pusaka Indonesia. Selamat untuk para pewarta foto muda yang telah memberikan inspirasi  cinta pusaka melalui karya foto bertutur (photo story) dengan pendekatan humanis dari hal-hal yang ada di sekitar kita semua.

 

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