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IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies)
ISSN : 2339191X     EISSN : 24069760     DOI : -
Core Subject : Humanities, Art,
Recently, the value of arts studies in higher education level is often phrased in enrichment terms- helping scholars find their voices, and tapping into their undiscovered talents. IJCAS focuses on the important efforts of input and output quality rising of art education today through the experiences exchange among educators, artists, and researchers with their very own background and specializations. Its primary goals is to promote pioneering research on creative and arts studies also to foster the sort of newest point of views from art field or non-art field to widely open to support each other. The journal aims to stimulate an interdisciplinary paradigm that embraces multiple perspectives and applies this paradigm to become an effective tool in art higher institution-wide reform and fixing some of biggest educational challenges to the urban imperative that defines this century. IJCAS will publish thoughtprovoking interdisciplinary articles, reviews, commentary, visual and multi-media works that engage critical issues, themes and debates related to the arts, humanities and social sciences. Topics of special interest to IJCAS include ethnomusicology, cultural creation, social inclusion, social change, cultural management, creative industry, arts education, performing arts, and visual arts.
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Century of the Angklung Journey and Its Establishment in Thailand Poonpit Amatyakul
IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2019): June 2019
Publisher : Graduate School of Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/ijcas.v6i1.3275

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Both Thai and Javanese have been with lifelong cultural friendship for over 250 years. Thai people enjoyed the Panji storytelling since the late 1700’s andhave been using Panji as written Thai poetic literature and for court theatre over2 centuries. We shared the same brass knobbed gong culture with its pentatonic(Slendro) and septatonic (Pelog) equidistance scales. The angklung, bambooshaking instrument, were brought as a gift to royal children by HM King Rama the V to Siam since 1871 but the ensemble were not set up until our great court musician named Jangwang Sorn Silapa-banleng, took the instruments from Sunda West Java to Bangkok in 1908, later, he established the very first ThaiAngklung Ensemble played several songs he composed in pentatonic scalesame way he heard in the Javanese Islands. Since then, the bamboo angklungwere made with the Thai native bamboo followed by the nationwide uses. Thispaper describes the Angklung Journey from West Java to Thailand showing thehistoric photographs of Thai Angklung music teachers, their houses ofAngklungs and the music they composed. Today, Thai Angklung were used forchildren classroom music. DVD and Musical Disc of Thai Angklung will bedemonstrated, bringing both music knowledge and enjoyment to show thecross cultural examples of the two nations.
The Role of Active Musical Listening to Enhance the Emotional Health on Early Motherhood Djohan Djohan; Fortunata Tyasrinestu
IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2019): June 2019
Publisher : Graduate School of Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/ijcas.v6i1.3270

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The purpose of this study was to identified the role of active musical listening on emotional health and well-being in Javanese early motherhood. Listening tomusic will not only have a soothing and uplifting effects on someone but also apositive influence on the unborn baby. Feeling emotional during pregnancy iscommon because of hormonal changes. And it‟s natural to feel more stressed oranxious than usualy. Although it‟s normal to have periods of worry and stresswhen pregnancy and this can be a sign of something more serious such asdepression, anxiety or bipolar disorder. Emotional health is a state of wellbeing.An one way anova test with the pre-posttest scores as the control revealed that thechanges by listening the gendhing gamelan were significantly decreased in theexperimental group compared with the control group. A randomized experimentalstudy design was developed and implemented. A hundred and twenty of firsttrimester pregnant women were randomly assigned to music listening (n=60) andcontrol (n=60) groups (mean age=29.0; SD=5.0). The experiment group received5 minutes of music intervention and the control group received only generalprenatal care. Psychological health was assessed using three self -report measures:State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI) and Beck-Depression Inventory (BDI). Theresult shows significant effect (p<0.05; F=5.340) of gendhing gamelan to reducestress and enhance the emotional well-being in early motherhood thus thehypotheses is accepted. The findings can be used to encourage early motherhoodto use this cost-effective method of listening music in their daily life to reducetheir stress and enhance the emotional wellbeing. Further research is needed to test the long-term benefits.
Reparameterizing Tectonics Perception on Planar Material-Design Stephanus Evert Indrawan; Gervasius Herry Purwoko; Tri Noviyanto P. Utomo
IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2019): June 2019
Publisher : Graduate School of Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/ijcas.v6i1.3276

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Indonesia is known as a country rich in types of building materials and technologies inherited from generation to generation. Along with the passage oftime appears the computer as a human tools. However during the materialsprocessing this computational approach is still separated. Computers are still usedas tools for drawing and not used as design tools in the design thinking process.Computational design has an ability to integrating the design focus from thematerial side, structure, and formation associated with digital fabrication. Thispaper focuses to divide concepts of tectonics as general and relate them to theunderstanding of digital perception. This paper also presents the results of a studythat has involved digital perception in the study of planar materials and wafflestructure systems from the early stages to the model of construction. Plywood isthe only material used, made with milling machines and built by students. Thisprocess introduces students to different experience of the design process.Computational design makes possibilities to integrating the design focus from thematerial side, structure, and formation associated with digital fabrication.
Contemporary Photography Works of Ruang MES 56: Idea, Interpretation of Information, and Model of Creation Irwandi Irwandi
IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2019): June 2019
Publisher : Graduate School of Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/ijcas.v6i1.3271

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Ruang MES 56 is a contemporary photography-based Art Institute in Yogyakarta. This independent art institution has been widely known through its various worksin international arts events. The resulting works are not merely personal, butappear to be conceptually charged and based on preproduction information. Thisarticle will discuss the discovery of ideas, excavations, and interpretations ofinformation made by artists of Ruang MES 56 in the creation of works. Morespecifically, this research will dig deeper into what kinds of information artistsare searching for in the creation, and how they influence the appearance of thework they produce. The research data will be obtained through interviews andstudies of documents owned by selected artists of Ruang MES 56 members. Theexpected result of this research is the discovery of the created patterns of creation, and can reveal the process of transforming the information that has been collected into the form artworks.
The Gamelan in the Catholic Liturgy in Yogyakarta Luca Pietrosanti
IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2019): June 2019
Publisher : Graduate School of Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/ijcas.v6i1.3272

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This paper is a brief overview of the use of the gamelan together with the polyphonic choir in the Roman rite of Holy Mass. Through the examination ofrepertoires, interviews and active participation in rehearsals and Masses, thiswork illustrates the types of compositions of liturgical music for gamelan aswell as the way these compositions are used. Particular attention is addressedto some key-concepts of traditional gamelan music, such as gending, benthuk,laras, pathet, garap. It will be apparent that these concepts are adapted, firstlyto integrate the gamelan with a vocal element, the choir (which is based on awestern tradition) and secondly, to meet the needs of the rite of Holy Mass.Although indirectly, this paper also represents a paradigm of “Inculturation”,which describes a process distinct from “Enculturation”. The term“Inculturation” must be intended as “the incarnation of the Gospel in nativecultures and also the introduction of these cultures into the life of the Church”,so defined by the Pope John Paul II in the encyclical Slavorum Apostoli, 2ndJune 1985, VI-21. Instead, with the term “Enculturation” we intend the processby which an individual learns the traditional content of a culture andassimilates its practices and values. Thus, the two words represent twodifferent processes of assimilation of culture.
In The Name of “Like This”: The Appropriation of Artwork In Digital Age Pangeran Putra Perkasa Alam Nasution; Mochammad Wahyu Ghani
IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2019): June 2019
Publisher : Graduate School of Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/ijcas.v6i1.3273

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The rapidly growing and massive information age in digital media platforms has created and introduced cultural ramifications on various aspects of human life.The ongoing era of globalization of the twentieth century has fuel the capabilityin digitizing and manipulating information during traffic. Cultural growth in thenew age includes: ―cultural preservation as the main ingredient of the ordinary‖;the proliferation of electronic visual images; and the construction of amultifaceted and the individual identity or social imaginary. The artworkcurrently is glorifying so many appropriations practices. All the art creations i nthe code of conduct are suitable for one aspiration, and that is the digital aestheticmarket. It is now customary to gather on the variety of artistic creations fromdifferent cultures that are appropriated as new and authentic artwork. Thus, thisarticle discusses the appropriation for the artwork in the rise of the digital mediaplatform era. This paper is an anthropological study that refers to the interpretivereflexive paradigm as the analysis of path-work. Digital media is the unit of analysis in this study.
DIY as Interior Design Education “Everybody Can Be Designer” Nurhayatu Nufut Alimin
IJCAS (International Journal of Creative and Arts Studies) Vol 6, No 1 (2019): June 2019
Publisher : Graduate School of Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/ijcas.v6i1.3322

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DIY (Do-it-yourself) for home decor is an activity of decorating or repairing the house or making things for home independently rather than paying someone else to do it. DIY gains its popularity nowadays, particularly on the internet. The phenomena of DIY probably will make interior designer lost their job because DIY seems can give a straightforward solution for people by self-study. The present study aimed to reveal what is really going on in the field of interior design today.  The researcher would like to analyze the difference between an interior designer job and DIY content sharing. The researcher collected the data from some popular DIY accounts (DIY; all things thrifty; and the house lars built), some practitioner‘s responses, and interview with the lecturer of the interior design department.  The researcher attempted to answer the question usingphenomenological approach consisting of four steps namely epoche, reduction, variation of imagination, and synthesis of meaning and essence. This phenomenon arises since we begin to enter the fourth industrial revolution where internet handles everything and provides accessibility. One of the positive impacts of this phenomena is that people gain more understanding related to interior design. In other words, this phenomenon makes everybody can be a designer through DIY.

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