John Hardy and HANDEP showcase the beauty of Dayak art and culture
· 28 June 2022
Open until 30 July 2022, visit John Hardy Boutique & Gallery at Seminyak to learn more about the tradition of indigenous Dayak art and culture
Support the preservation and development of indigenous Dayak traditions, communities, and cultures from Kalimantan by visiting the Dayak Arts Dayak Arts and Cultural Exhibition (DANCE) 2022: Bringing the Cultural Heritage from the Rainforests of Kalimantan by HANDEP.
Held at John Hardy Boutique & Gallery at Seminyak until 30 July 2022, find various events and workshops during the exhibition, from weaving workshops to talk series. Inside the Bali-inspired two-storey boutique and gallery, guests can learn from HANDEP’s team of Dayak curators, designers and artisans. They create a cultural journey, telling stories to help us understand the evolving and vulnerable connection between community, culture and nature.
Founded by Randi Julian Miranda, HANDEP was born to support village communities, preserve the remaining rainforests of Kalimantan and fostering a real connection between the makers and the buyers. The company currently supports more than 400 indigenous artisans and smallholders in 11 villages in Kalimantan, Banten and North Bali.
True to John Hardy’s commitment in supporting artisanship and activism against environmental, racial and gender inequalities, the exhibition richly complements the jewellery collection and immersive experience at the Seminyak’s boutique and gallery. Prolong your visit with a refreshing cocktail at the Jamu Bar or book a modern Indonesian private dining experience at The Long Table.
Open daily from 11am to 7pm. Contact John Hardy Boutique & Gallery at Seminyak for more information regarding dates and reservations for workshops and talks on WhatsApp +62 811 3811 8003