Sisca Hunt is an Indonesian dance teacher and choreogrpaher who has worked with schools in NSW through the Indonesian Consulate's Pelangi program. Sisca is now available for Indonesian dance and music workshops in your school. If you would like more information about her programs, please contact Sisca on:
Mosman Art Gallery is proud to be presenting a selection of rare Indonesian textiles from the private collection of Dr John Yu AC and the late Dr George Soutter AM. Encounters with Bali reveals the sophistication, beauty and use of textiles from across the Indonesian Archipelago. It offers insights to textile collecting, production techniques and links Australia to Asia through a shared passion of collecting, a love of travel and the joy of seeking out objects. This important collection was amassed over a thirty-year engagement with Bali and Indonesia and it is the first time these rare textile works are on public view.
The Gallery welcomes visits from schools and can arrange special Q&A sessions for students. Contact Mosman Art Gallery for more information on 9978 4178.
A limited number of places have become available for educators who would like to take part in an exciting opportunity to travel to Malaysia from 29 June – 11 July.
Scholarships of $1,500 per person are available thanks to the Australia Malaysia Institute.
See the News page for more detail.
My name is Andrew Dowling and I have just moved to Sydney. I am seeking opportunities to teach Indonesian in the TAFE, secondary or primary sector. I am living in the Shire but am willing to travel outside that area. I
have extensive experience teaching Indonesian as well as working for many years as a linguist with the Department of Defence in Canberra.
To give some context, I taught Indonesian at Brighton Secondary School, and then numerous others, in Adelaide from 1994 to 2003. I have taught from year 8 to 12 and have incorporated such cultural aspects as cooking, batik, dance, gamelan (at Flinders Uni Pendopo) and silat.
I have maintained a defence language level rating of 3 over my nine years as a linguist in Canberra and have had extensive in-country training in Indonesia and Malaysia.
Aside from work opportunities, I am happy to come and talk to senior classes about my experiences using the language in the workforce. Please feel free to contact me via email at email@example.com or via phone on 0402 003 722.
TAFENSW is seeking applications from suitably qualified teachers in a range of languages. Visit the News page for more detail. Application close this Friday 23 May.
My name is Mitasyari Wahyuni, a native Indonesian language teacher. I have been living in Sydney
since December 2012. I took the opportunity to come to Australia by applying for an internship program in Hospitality. I was enrolled as a student at Evolution Hospitality Institute for a year in Sydney and also had my work internship in some hotels in Sydney and Darwin.
I lived in Makassar, Indonesia before and worked as an Indonesian teacher for foreigners. I graduated from the State University of Makassar, from the English Education Department in 2010. Since then, I have worked as an Indonesian teacher for foreigners at the Language Centre at the State University of Makassar. Before that, I also have worked as an English teacher in an English Course in Makassar during my second last semester at the University. During teaching Indonesian for Foreigners at the Language Centre I was also giving some private English teaching and work volunteering with an International Non-Government Organization GHNI (Global Hope Network International).
I am currently seeking teaching jobs/teaching assistant/volunteering in Sydney. I would be available on
Monday-Wednesday and I can start in June 2014. At the moment I live in Forestville, NSW. I can be contacted by mobile phone on 0424585577 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am Adyah Ningtyas, a native Indonesian language teacher. I just moved to Sydney recently. I have lived in Malang and Denpasar before working as an English and Indonesian teacher.
I graduated from the State University of Malang in English literature. I gained my certification to teach Indonesian in Denpasar set up by APBIPA Bali in 2012 and have taught Indonesian language since then. I am willing to teach high school and/or primary school.
I currently live in the Balmain area and am seeking a volunteer work in teaching in Sydney. I can be contacted on0432 108 087 or by email email@example.com.
Please note that there will be a delay in the opening of applications for the 2015 ELTF program.
Following the 2014-15 Budget, changes are being considered for the January 2015 program, as some of the ELTF funds have been redirected to ACARA to develop new languages curricula for Foundation to Year 10. For further information please click see the Q&A sheet below or click here.
As a result the application opening date will be delayed for a number of weeks. Please check the ELTF website where further information will be provided once details are confirmed.
Dates for the information sessions planned for Oxford Street and via Adobe Connect will be announced once the new application timelines have been confirmed.
Please contact Lyndall Franks firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
AKSARA (AKUSTIK NUSANTARA) - SYMPHONY OF HOPE
A charity concert supporting Hand in Hand inviting one of the most popular Indonesian pop musical band: Maliq & D'Essentials and the most popular stand-up comedian: Pandji Pragiwaksono as the Master of Ceremony.
Day, date: Friday, 30 May 2014
Venue: UNSW Science Theatre
Gates open: 18.00
Event starts @ : 19.00 - finish
Sammy Global Band
One Fine Day.Music Band
Link Indomedia : http://issuu.com/indomedia/docs/indomedia_april_2014
Link Event page : https://www.facebook.com/events/1409134529363110/?ref_newsfeed_story_
General Admission: $35
VIP (with photo session): $45
*All tickets come with $10 off Mamak Village and $5 off Shihlin voucher (valid until 1 month after event)
Priscilla Tanria (0452632500)
Nurinda Triwahyuni S (0424522742)
or you could buy tickets through our website: http://www.ppiaunsw.org/aksara.html
Marcella Michelle Moniaga
Event Committee of Aksara - Symphony of Hope
President of Indonesian Students Association UNSW (ISA UNSW)
Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia Australia UNSW - PPIA UNSW
Phone (AUS) : 0404 197 770
Phone (IND) : 0878 7710 0077
Email : email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.ppiaunsw.org
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