Jakarta Institute of Art

HISTORY OF JAKARTA ART INSTITUTE (INSTITUT KESENIAN JAKARTA) Jakarta Art Institute (Institut Kesenian Jakarta) was originally named Lembaga Pendidikan Kesenian Jakarta (LPKJ), established on June 26, 1970 decreed by Governor of Jakarta at the time, Ali Sadikin. Initially the institution taught using an apprenticeship system focusing on creative pursuits. LPKJ was established by art moguls who recognized their achievements both nationally and internationally. The institute was first opened in 1970 with four types of arts education, namely, Academy of Fine Arts, Theater Academy, Music Academy, and Dance Academy. A year later the Cinematography Academy field was offered, making LPKJ the first Art Institute of Higher Education in Indonesia covering 5 (five) areas of arts in one campus. With that, accreditation of LPKJ was registered in Kopertis Region III, making it an official Private Arts Higher Education Institution. After becoming the Jakarta Art Institute, the institute implements a scalable, measurable, and structured learning system that emphasizes the importance of higher education whose success rate is measured by the number of credits. The approach produces educated artists and art reviewers.Yayasan Seni Budaya Jakarta was established by his notarial deed R. Hendro N. Asmoro, SH. Number 9, dated February 14, 2012 and the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights of the Republic On May 20, 2013 based on Decision of the Governor of the Province of Jakarta Capital Special Region, Number 790 of the Year 2013, signed by Joko Widodo, the management of the Jakarta Arts Institute was handed over to Yayasan Seni Budaya Jakarta. Strengthened by the issuance of the Decree of the Minister of Education and Culture. Establishment of this institution is rooted on the spirit to produce people who have the ability as a researcher and creator in the field of arts. Graduated Alumni are wise, competent, and competitive in the field of art and often succeed in their respective faculties career wise. The learning process at the Jakarta Art Institute provides space for students to engage in arts and creative industries in Jakarta. The values ??that underlie the learning process at the Jakarta Art Institute are openness, honesty, truth, and freedom of thought. VISION AND MISSION VISION Become an art college that focuses on urban arts and cultural industries promoting art creation, artistic study, and art management MISSION Improving the quality of Tri Darma Perguruan Tinggi activities (the institute’s three main resposibilities of education, research and community) relevant to national and global challenges. Create an academic creative culture with inter- and multidisciplinary approaches from various fields of science, technology, and the arts; Create qualified and competing graduates at national and global standards. MAJORS (Undergraduate and Graduate Degree) Jakarta Art Institute has 3 (three) Faculties for its Undergraduate Program and 1 (one) Faculty for Graduate School, namely: Faculty of Visual Arts which consists of 5 (five) Study Programs, namely: Study Program of Fine Arts (S1) Arts Study Program Kriya (S1) Product Design Studies Program (S1) Interior Design Studio Courses (S1) Visual Communication Design Studies Program (S1) Faculty of Performing Arts which consists of 4 (four) Study Programs, namely: Dance Studies Program (S1) Music Arts Studies Program (S1) Theater Arts Studies Program (S1) Study Program Ethnomusicology (S1) Faculty of Film and Television consisting of 2 (two) Study Programs, namely: Film and Television Studies Program (D3) Film and Television Studies Program (S1) Graduate School of Urban Art and Cultural Industry (S2) has 1 (one) Study Program namely Study Program of Art Study and Arts Creation