Date(s) - April 24, 2021
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Experience some of Indonesia’s cultural treasures!
Our collaboration with ARCINDA (The Arts and Culture of Indonesia) continues online this year! On April 24, 2021, ARCINDA gave a virtual performance of Javanese gamelan music, Ramayana dance, and shadow puppet performances in partnership with the Gregory Allicar audiences via Zoom.
ARCINDA (The Arts and Culture of Indonesia) is a non-profit based in Fort Collins/Loveland that produces Javanese gamelan and other Indonesian cultural programs. ARCINDA was the first Javanese gamelan group in Colorado and remains one of the few groups in the United States to present connections between gamelan and modern music with their “Classic to Contemporary” theme.
In conjunction with this performance, a display of Javanese shadow puppets on loan from ARCINDA will be on view in the museum’s Robert W. Hoffert Learning Center from April 24 – June 20, 2021. To reserve a free ticket, please go to our VISIT page.
This program is made possible by support from the City of Fort Collins Fort Fund. Additional support is provided by the FUNd Endowment at CSU. Museum operating support is generously provided by Colorado Creative Industries. CCI and its activities are made possible through an annual appropriation from the Colorado General Assembly and federal funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.