JIPFest has invited communities to create their own events as part of the festival. We’re happy to see the various communities who answered to the open call. Below, the list of selected communities who will organize events and photo exhibitions between 13-28 November 2021.

All events are free and open to public, with limited slots available. All visitors are required to pre-book their slots via ticket.jipfest.com and to have received a minimum of one dose of Covid vaccine.

1. Portfolio Review with BicaraFoto

BicaraFoto shares an opportunity for photographers to get artwork review, as a way to expand networks, get objective feedback, as well as exploring collaboration potentials with members of the community. BicaraFoto will select interested participants.

Thursday, 25 November 2021, 10.00-12.00 WIB
Venue: Ballroom, MULA Kotatua Jakarta
Reviewers: Putu Sayoga, Muhammad Fadli, Oscar Siagian, dan Agoes Roedianto
Contact person: Agoes (+62856 4306 7397)

2. Seminar: Being Photopreneurs 4.0 – Photopreneurship Radar Diagram with File Academy

A photographer requires technical and business skills to become key industry players. This seminar will cover five important elements within Photopreneurs Radar Diagram: Basic Photography, Basic Lighting, Art & Taste, Communications & Interpersonal Skills, and Business Skills.

Thursday, 25 November 2021, 13.00-15.00 WIB
Venue: Ballroom, MULA Kotatua Jakarta
Speaker: Muhammad Azmi
Contact: Satria (+62817-6000-944)

3. Discussion: Wedding Photography Trends with Terralogical Sharing x Cap Doa Restu

Wedding photography is highly personal, but as the industry progresses, there are specific trends in style and visual presentation. In this discussion, Terralogical Sharing and Cap Doa Restu invite audience to read and share about wedding photography trends in Indonesia today.

Thursday, 25 November 2021, 16.00-18.00 WIB
Venue: Ballroom, MULA Kotatua Jakarta
Panelists: Bastian Najich, Ridwan Didot, Reynaldo Tjandra, Aldyanza Yusuf
Moderators: Fitra Sijawoto & Bonjo Abadi
Contact person: Pretty (+62819-7064-64)

4. Discussion: Are There Female Photographers in Indonesia? Yes! (with Women Photograph Indonesia)

Join the first public session of Women Photograph Indonesia (affiliated to womenphotograph.com), a platform and non-profit organization with a mission to give a voice to female and non-binary photographers and visual artists. Panelists will discuss the visibility of Indonesian female photographers, and present a selection of works for the first edition of Print Sale WPI on a screen projection.

Friday, 26 November 2021, 10.00-12.00 WIB
Venue: Ballroom, MULA Kotatua Jakarta
Panelists: Eka Nickmatulhuda, Malahayati, Deby Sucha, dan Aziziah Diah Aprilya
Contact: @womenphotograph.indonesia (via Instagram DM)

5. Discussion: Behind the Editorial Desk of MATA with Photographic Society of Indonesia

Published by Photographic Society of Indonesia, MATA magazine presents a range of sections, including photo stories, personalities, and archipelago exploration.

Friday, 26 November 2021, 13.00-15.00 WIB
Venue: Ballroom, MULA Kotatua Jakarta
Panelis: Arbain Rambey, Andi Kusnadi, Marrysa Tunjung Sari
Moderator: Enda Sagita Kaban

6. Seminar: Producing Photo Prints that Last A Lifetime with EKTA Imaging

EKTA Imaging will share knowledge on printing and material selection to produce archival prints. The method allows for production of museum-quality prints and is designed to be long-lasting. In this session, audience is invited to recognize print production workflow, the making of Gicleè prints, and current technology used in archival printing.

Friday, 26 November 2021, 16.00-18.00 WIB
Venue: Ballroom, MULA Kotatua Jakarta
Speaker: Gary Lilardi

7. Exhibition: Love Buzz by KBR

This exhibition features 10 photo stories on queer and gender/sexual minority communities in Indonesia, inviting audience to explore their realities in the spirit of inclusivity. These photo series are the results of the workshop #RawatHakDasarKita, a workshop for members of the queer and gender/sexual minority communities. The workshop is a collaboration between KBR and PannaFoto Institute. 

Saturday-Wednesday, 20-24 November 2021, 10.00-20.00 WIB
Venue: Historia Kota Tua (Tbc.)

1. Lee Yan
2. Eman Memay Harundja
3. Rayhana Anwarie
4. Feronika
5. Carlin Karmadina
6. Marian Kevin
7. Dew Djatola
8. Yanti Mesak
9. Chico Lourens
10. Jenifer Imanuela

8. Exhibition: Sekal[A]laksiN (Sekala:Niskala) by Generasi Pintar

The exhibition includes 20 photo stories on marginalized stories. Its display is inspired by the game of hide and seek, inviting visitors to guess the figures and realities behind the photos.

Saturday-Wednesday, 20-24 November 2021, 10.00-20.00 WIB
Venue: Historia Food & Bar

9. Exhibition: Silent Stories by Photo-Demos

The exhibition features works selected in Photo-Demos Challenge: Albertus Vembrianto, Malahayati, dan Arif Hidayah. They tell stories of communities in the midst of their struggles to fight for basic rights, either collectively or individually. The exhibition also presents multimedia works from photographers who document mass movements, enriching the discussion on daily realities related to basic rights of citizens. The program is part of Photo-Demos activation, initiated by PannaFoto Institute with Kurawal Foundation, supported by Open Society Foundations.

Saturday-Sunday, 13-28 November 2021, 10.00-20.00
Venue: Historia Food & Bar
Mentors: Edy Purnomo, Rosa Panggabean & Yoppy Pieter
Curators: Yoppy Pieter & Rosa Panggabean
Contact person: Sari (0815-1848-860)

For further info on Fringe programs, contact program@jipfest.com