Thetraveljunkie.org – Images work for Kelir. The Javanese luxurious home organized a Javanese Indigo batik social gathering to have fun vogue diplomacy. Brisbane because the stage, and Kelir X Silk Laundry because the host. The remainder? All surprises. Kelir launched a e book, “JAVANESE INDIGO BATIK: Discovering the traditional knowledge of the indigo natural-dyeing course of”-written by batikologist Zahir Widadi, at Silk Laundry.
Pak Zahir gave me my first lesson about Javanese batik in 2014, in Semarang – the Sister Metropolis of Brisbane. Eight years later, we’re very blessed that he selected Brisbane because the place to launch his e book and introduce his work to a global viewers. It’s been a pleasure to host Pak Zahir and his collaborator, Felicia Nugroho, and to introduce Kelir to the group in Brisbane and past. Pak Zahir and I share a love and respect for the pure world and a imaginative and prescient to innovate conventional Javanese indigo Batik for a global viewers. – Carla Van Lunn
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