Indonesian Batiks Worn on Kartini Day
Raden Adjeng Kartini (1879–1904) brought Indonesian women into society, liberating them from the expectation that they only learn to be good wives. Each year on Kartini's birthday, women wear traditional Indonesian batiks in her honor. Join us for this Takeout Tuesday, when docent Henny Tanudjaja will lead us in looking closely at examples of Indonesian batiks from the museum collection.
ABOUT TAKEOUT TUESDAYS
“Take out” a taste of art! Join museum docents and fellow art lovers for interactive lunchtime encounters with selected artworks from the collection. We’ll gather in a Zoom meeting to look closely at compelling works using high-resolution images and learn some fun facts. Each week will focus on a different topic. Simply turn on your microphone to join the discussion.
Closed captions are available. Takeout Tuesdays will be offered every Tuesday while social distancing requirements curtail our on-site programming.
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Image: Sarong, approx. 1900–1925, by Oey Netti (Indonesian). Cotton. Asian Art Museum, Gift of Joan and M. Glenn Vinson, Jr., 2018.106. Photograph © Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.
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The Asian Art Museum Docent Program is generously supported by the Dhanam Foundation and Society for Asian Art.