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Australia-Indonesia Museums (AIM) Project Returns in 2024!

Fajar Ichsan Hadianto (Fajar)

National Museum of Indonesia, Jakarta

Fajar works as the Assistant Curator at the National Museum of Indonesia. With an undergraduate background in Social Anthropology at Padjadjaran University in Bandung, Fajar applied his knowledge in the socio-cultural field to the curatorial field, where he tries to translate the meaning contained in a collection so that it is easier for the public to understand. For about two years working in the curatorial field at the National Museum of Indonesia, Fajar has been involved in preparing a number of exhibitions and conservation activities, such as the Elephant Bronze Statue Conservation (2021), Return to Freedom Land (Kembali ke Tanah Merdeka) Exhibition (2020) and the Indonesian Traditional Musical Instruments Exhibition (2020).

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