Publication

The following are publications that have been carried out / related to the Sonobudoyo Museum up to the year 2022.

PERFORMANCE OF AGRARIAN CULTURE AT THE EAST END OF THE LAND OF JAWA

Silviana Dini Kunanti, S.P.

PERFORMANCE OF AGRARIAN CULTURE AT THE EAST END OF THE LAND OF JAWA Silviana Dini Kunanti, S.P. ABSTRAK The nickname of an agrarian country for Indonesia proves that the agricultural sector is not the only major occupation in this country. More than that, agriculture has become the identity and identity of the nation. The diversity of the Indonesian people with their respective cultures then blends in with all agricultural activities. Banyuwangi Regency is a potential area for rice cultivation and is also rich in culture. Livelihood as a rice farmer with the implementation of a series of cultures in it is still firmly held by the Osing tribe. These two things are done with the aim of respecting and preserving cultural heritage from generation to generation. Keywords: culture, agriculture, Osing

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The Tradition of the Community Life Cycle in the Javanese Traditional Order

Jefri Eko Cahyono

Traditional ceremonies contain a lot of symbolic content that reflects the norms and cultural values ??that apply in the community. This life cycle traditional ceremony has been carried out since there are signs of pregnancy until humans die within a certain period of time. This traditional human life cycle activity takes place from pregnancy to death which is divided into several time lines, namely, pregnancy, birth, childhood, adolescence, marriage and death. Essentially, the implementation of the traditional ceremony of the human life cycle in ancient society until now is not much difference. During that pregnancy, in the life of the Javanese people generally will be commemorated and cared for from the beginning of the month of birth until the time of birth. In addition to performing the wilujengan ceremony, on During the pregnancy period, Javanese culture still develops beliefs that seem beyond the calculation of reason or logic. In the life of the Javanese people in welcoming the birth of a baby, they also hold various forms of traditional ceremonies, such as brokohan, mendhem ari-ari, sepasaran, puputan, selapanan, and wetonan. In the Javanese tradition, childhood is a period that must be considered with the aim of asking for safety for the child who is experiencing various growths and developments. After the birth, Javanese traditions carried out in childhood, namely tedhak siten, gaulan, sapihan, tarapan, panguran drops and supitan. In adulthood, the traditions that develop in Javanese society are circumcision (circumcision) and tarapan. The traditions of the Javanese people are also still very close to the custom of death. In the funeral ceremony, the Javanese people in general will carry out telunan activities, pitung dino, patang tens, satusan, pendak 1, pendak 2, and sewunan. Keywords: Life Cycle, Tradition, Java

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Remains of Traditional Javanese Architecture

Jefri Eko Cahyono

Traditional architecture is a form of cultural heritage in the form of buildings such as houses. From an artistic perspective, Javanese architecture has its own aesthetic artistic value which represents the symbolization of the reality of life through a building. In the Sonobudoyo Museum there is a special fiber that explains the calculation of the application of size in the manufacture of houses and the name of the shape of the house, as well as the wooden frame used as a guide for traditional Javanese architecture. In the study of architecture based on knowledge from Serat Kawruh Kembeng, there are several types of traditional Javanese architectural houses. In Serat Kawruh Kembeng, this Hastana building is a tomb building or a tomb cupola which is usually in the form of a tajug. Based on the above, it can be seen that traditional Javanese architecture has concepts, orientations, and spatial configurations that are closely attached and mutually sustainable. Seeing the arrangement of houses or buildings of traditional Javanese architecture in Serat Kawruh Kembeng, means that the arrangement of houses has its own meaning and purpose. Keywords: Architecture, Traditional, Java

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The Disaster Signs Of A Clapper

Ririh Rahajeng

According to Article 1 paragraph 6 of Government Regulation Number 21 of 2008 concerning the Implementation of Disaster Management, mitigation is defined as a series of efforts undertaken to reduce disaster risk, either through physical development or awareness and capacity building in dealing with disaster threats. (Kompas, 26 April 2021). Ancient Javanese people were thought to have known disaster mitigation very well, it was known from the results of excavations in research at several sites where no human skeletons or skeletons of livestock were found. One of the disaster mitigation tools at that time was estimated to be using tools that could emit sounds such as bells (bells), kentongan and musical instruments (gamelan, kenong, kempul, etc.) A bronze clapper that is currently stored in the Sonobudoyo State Museum is thought to have the same function as the above, which is not only as a marker of religious ceremonies but also as a sign of disasters at that time (earthquakes, hurricanes, volcanic eruptions, etc.). Keywords: bell, ancient java, disaster mitigation.

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WHAT DOES A NAME MEAN: SEE THE JEWELRY BEHIND SURJAN

Matheus Raoul Supriyadi

  Timang-lerep is a pair of jewelry that is the head of the belt, or in Dutch known as hoofdstuk, Java. Timang-lerep's popularity had a period of ebb before starting to be loved again by collectors in recent years. However, the increasing popularity is not accompanied by the reappearance of written literature sources that review it. As a result, a lot of information circulating that is verbal and still relies on mere assumptions. In this article, the author tries to present a new perspective on the naming aspect of the timang-lerep typology which the author quotes from the documentation of Jasper and Pirngadie in their book series: De Inlandsche Kunstnijverheid in Nederlandsch-Indië (1927). From the results of this literature study, it was found that the naming of the timang-lerep typology circulating in today's society is actually different from the early 20th century. The difference generally lies in the difference in perception of the visual design of the timang-lerep in question.Keywords : Timang, Lerep, Belt

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The Lost Glory, Kotagede Metal Crafts

Luki Antoro

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