Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Arts and Arts Education (ICAAE 2020)
Wedding Procession of Sasak Ethnic Group as Presented in the Cilokaq Text Titled ‘Ngiring Penganten’ (The Bridal Parade): A Review Based on Dilthey’s Hermeneutics
Rapi Renda, Sumaryadi, Hanifa Sa’diyah
This research is aimed at describing the marriage custom procession of Sasak Ethnic group in Lombok, Indonesia which is represented in the modern cilokaq text titled ‘Ngiring Penganten’ (The Bridal Parade). The data on the ethnic wedding procession of Sasak ethnic group in Lombok island which are represented...
Hyperreality in Dance Education and Challenges in Teaching Dance Education at Schools
Whether art teachers are required to make use of existing materials without the need to develop their works using their own ideas is questionable. If the purpose is teaching crafts, we can find so many teachers who never create any work. However, in terms of art education, teaching dance only to pursue...
Identity Crisis: Leather Carving Art in the Hyperrealist Era Through Jean Baudrillard’s Perspective
Abdul Muntolib, Susilo Pradoko, I Ketut Sunarya
Identity crisis occurs because humans receive perceptions or pressures that raise doubts about their character. The issue in leather carving art is marked by low awareness of the local culture significance in creating carved products. This occurs because of a hyperrealist phenomenon in society, which...
Efforts to Preserve of Minangkabau Songs by Dplust Band in Padang
Hanafi Riska, Ayu Niza Machfauzia
The purpose of this study is to find out and describe the attempts to preserve Minangkabau songs by the Dpllust band in Padang and figure out the privileges experienced by Dplust band after the group was founded. This study is classified into qualitative research. It used phenomenological approach with...
Banyu Moto - ‘The Tears’ by Nella Kharisma Featuring Dory Harsa as Analyzed in the Context of Hyperreality
Jordy Mesakh, Susilo Pradoko
This paper reviews the song titled Banyu Moto (the Tears) sung by Nella Kharisma featuring Dory Harsa in the context of hyperreality. The study aims to explore the benefits of hyperreality in the music creative industry in the postmodern era, especially for the popular disco-dangdut song titled Banyu...
Art and Social Media
Art Transformation in the Viral Era
Gozin Najah Rusyada, Sutiyono
Social media is one of the products of the development of technology which initially serves as a platform for human interaction. At present, the function of social media is not limited to being the platform for interaction, as it has affected all aspects of human lives, including activities in the arts....
A Phenomenology Study on the Beksan Nir Corona Virtual Dance Competition by KHP Kridhamardawa for the Commemoration of the 32nd Tingalan Jumenengan Dalem of Sri Sultan Hamengku Buwana X
Re Diat Aini Falahayu, Kuswarsantyo, AR Rizqa Aulya
The spread of a new virus in Indonesia requires public awareness to practice healthy living habits. The government has recommended that people provide hand sanitizers, build a hand washing station in front of their homes, and even some areas have started implementing lockdowns with health protocols by...
Innovation in Culture and Arts Learning in the Digital Era
Riyadi Sap Dewi Murni
Cultural digitalization is a concept of utilizing information and communication technology to enhance the effectiveness in the field of culture, especially in terms of managing, documenting, and disseminating information and knowledge from cultural elements. The development scope of digitization on culture...
The Development of Tapis in the Hyperreality Era
Dewi Utari Prasetya Rini, Martono
This research discusses the development of tapis textile in the hyperreality era. The advance of technology that occurs among the Lampung citizens causes the development and changes in functions of the traditional textiles. The development leads to modifications on the existing motifs, and its application...
Sayyang Pattuqduq as a Mandarese Identity in the Hyperreality Post-truth Era
Irfa Aulia Dwiputri, Rumiwiharsih
This study aims to examine the condition of local wisdom-based arts in the hyperreality-post truth era. Art in the perspective of local wisdom has undergone a number of changes or shifts along with the emergence of the hyperreality era. This study focuses on people perspective which is based on the perception...
Life Values in Gapura Bajangratu
Katrin Nur Nafi’ah Ismoyo, Hadjar Pamadhi
This study employed the qualitative research method with Hans-George Gadamer’s semiotic approach and analysis based on Jean Baudrillard’s hyperreality. According to Gadamer, truth can be obtained not through methods, but dialectics, where more questions may be proposed, which is referred to as practical...
Gending Samirah Vocal by Karawitan Among Rasa Malang: Semiotics Analysis Based on Roland Barthes’ Theory
Muhammad Ilham Isniawan, Susilo Pradoko
Gending (Javanese gamelan music) Samirah is an East Javanese repertoire that is presented in several stages. In certain areas, Gending Samirah has its own distinctive features, Gending from Lor Brantas (Surabayan area) is different from that of Kidul Brantas (Malang area) in terms of its vocals. Gending...
The Transformation of Topeng Panji of Cirebon Dance from Being Part of Traditional Ceremony into a Dance Performed for Entertainment
Ratih Wulandari Pramudya Wardani, Hadjar Pamadhi
Tari Topeng or mask dance is a long-standing art heritage in Indonesia, because it functions and serves as an essential element in the life of the community where it belongs, specifically for the society in Cirebon, West Java, in performing traditional rituals and one of those mask dances is Topeng Panji...
Moral Criticism: Social Stigma About LGBT on Didik Nini Thowok’s Dancing Skills in Cross-Gender Dances
Ratih Dwi Anjani, Kusnadi
Dance functions, design patterns, and dancing skills begin to change a lot. The female-character dance that was originally performed by men (cross-gender) is now being performed by women. The emancipation of women has influenced changes in cultivation and forms of dancing skills. In the past, it was...
Circumcision Custom as the Cultural Symbol of the Dompu People, West Nusa Tenggara
Reni Anggriani, Hadjar pamadi
The cultural resource of the people of a region can be seen from their customs and traditions. As a tradition, the circumcision custom is as result of the cultural diversity of this nation. Circumcision is one of the traditions of Dompu people which has been passed across generations and continuously...
The Revitalization of Srimpi Muncar Dance Through Social Media in the Hyppereality-Post Truth Era
Risa Kaizuka, Kuswarsantyo, Andi Azri Nining Rukmana
This study aims to describe the revitalization of Srimpi Muncar dance through social media in the post-truth era of hyperreality. The researchers focused on the performance of Srimpi Muncar dance in Uyon-uyon Hadiluhung which was held live streaming from YouTube and Periscope accounts of Ngayogyakarta...
The Development of Carica Batik Motifs in Hyperreality Society
Savitri Wukirasih Milandari, Martono, Tomy Taufik Rafiqul Hadi
This research discusses the rise of carica batik motif in contemporary culture. The recognition of batik internationally by UNESCO encourages artists to create unique batik motifs representing their region characters, as in the Wonosobo Regency, which produced the carica batik motif in the mid-2000s....
Semiotic Study in the Kirab of Tuk Si Bedug Traditional Ceremony
Sherly Fransisca, Hajar Pamadhi
This study aimed to examine the signs in the Kirab of Tuk Si Bedug traditional ceremony in the current hyperreality age. Kirab is a part in the series of Tuk Si Bedug traditional ceremony at Margodadi village, Seyegan, Sleman. This study employed Jean Francois Lyotard’s semiotics which unravels fragmentations...
The Urgency and Relevance of Art Education in the Industry 4.0
Globalization has brought tremendous progress to human civilization. The development of technology and information affects all aspects including the field of education. This fact is further supported by the Fourth Industrial Revolution which impacts the complexity of human life. With digital culture,...
Langkahan Myth and Ritual in Javanese Weddings
Tiwi Purbandari, Sutiyono
Myth is one of the people’s beliefs. There are many kinds of myths in Java, one of which is the Myth in the Ritual of Langkahan which is done at a wedding. It is a tradition that started a long time ago but is still done by Javanese people now. This study is initiated due to the tradition done by the...
Traditional Songket Motifs of Sasak Ethnic Group in Lombok Indonesia Amidst the Society as Examined Through the Concept of Hyperreality
Tomy Taufik Rafiqul Hadi, Trie Hartiti Retnowati, M Savitri Wukirasih
This research examines the existence of the traditional songket of the Sasak ethnic group in the context of hyperreality. The traditional songket motifs of the Sasak ethnic group have started to fade and are losing out to the new songket motifs with more popular patterns. Apart from the market effect,...
Wayang Orang Sriwedari Performance to Support Surakarta Tourism
Yuli Sectio Rini, Herlinah, Supriyadi Hasto Nugroho, Sutiyono
Wayang Orang Sriwedari (Javanese operatic dance theatre) is a traditional art performance that is performed every night in the Sriwedari building in Surakarta. It is one of the performances that can be enjoyed by tourists at night when visiting the city. This study aims to investigate kinds of ways to...
Android-Based Educational Games as Media for Children to Learn Nusantara Musical Instruments
Afiin Fitri Millatin, Sutiyono, Sri Wahyuni Syukur
This research was carried out using the ADDIE model development method (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, Evaluation). In this postmodern era with rapid technological developments and the phenomena of online schools due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the researchers developed Android-based game...
Educational Values in the Sasak Culture of Gendang Beleq
M. Chaerul Jamal Munawir, Susilo Pradoko
This paper aimed to discuss how Gendang Beleq, a part of the culture of the Sasak tribe, exists in the postmodern era which enters the community life in Lombok. The problem of the research addresses the educational values in Gendang Beleq among the East Lombok community in Belanting village. The method...
Lack of Moral Values in Indonesian Music Entertainment in the Post-Modern Era
Desti Kurniasari, Drs. AM. Susilo Pradoko
This is a qualitative study that examines the phenomena in Indonesian music entertainment from the moral aspect and presents the importance of filtering television and internet broadcasting. The participants of this study were selected in accordance with the topic of this study. The results showed that...
Contemporary Socialist Realism Within Indonesian Local Toss up Cards in the 1940s–1950s Era
Diesta Noor Shinta, Trie Hartiti Retnowati, Hadjar Pamadhi
Local animated toss up cards were favorite animated cards during 1930s-2000s in Indonesia. Shadow puppet characters had inspired the production of these cards during 1940s and 1950s, specifically toss up cards featuring Petroek-Gareng characters acting as Dutch who embodied culture and custom of the...
An Aesthetic Approach in Arts Learning at the Department of Visual Arts Education Yogyakarta State University
Fauziah Dwi Rohmawati, Trie Hartiti Retnowati, Zulfi Hendri
This article investigated the aesthetic approach in arts learning implemented by the Arts Education Department, Yogyakarta State University. This was a qualitative descriptive study that aimed to describe the main components of the aesthetic approach in arts learning that leads to the development of...
Music Education in the Covid-19 Pandemic: Challenges of Distance Learning and Digital Platforms
Kheren Sara Octaviani
This article discusses the challenges faced by music education students as prospective teachers who were carrying out teaching practice at schools located in Yogyakarta Special Region, Purworejo, Solo, and Medan during the Covid-19 pandemic. Teaching and learning activities that had to be carried out...
The Shift of Function of Pakarena Balla’Bulo Dance in the Hyperreality Era
Rizqa Aulya, Dra. Rumiwiharsih, Re Diat Aini Falahayu
This study aims to investigate the function of the Pakarena Balla’Bulo dance in Selayar Islands Regency because this dance has experienced a shift in the era of hyperreality. This study employed the descriptive qualitative method that described the object of research directly. The data of this study...
Using MIDI and the Drill Method to Improve Student Singing Ability at SMK Negeri 2 Maros
Sri Wahyuni Syukur, Dra Kun Setyaning Astuti, Nurul Fathimatul Izzah
This research is conducted by implementing the Drill Method and using learning media, namely MIDI, as an alternative medium used which contains the resulting scale intervals so that it is more practical to teach, especially in improving vocal techniques in singing. The research participants are 20 students-members...
Improving Values of Characters Through Post Modern Dance Education in the State Junior High School 2 Jaten
This study aims to: 1) improve the characters of alpha generation through post modern dance education, 2) deepen and extend the students’ knowledge in understanding how the school subjects relate to one another and cultivate their talent and interest; 3) establish character education based on the school...
Hijab in Hornbill Dance Costume: The Impacts of Religious Social Development in the Post-Modern Era
Wisjayanti, Dra Kun Setyaning Astuti
This study aims to examine the use of the hijab in Hornbill dance costumes in East Kalimantan as part of the influence of social religious development in the Post-modern era. The post-modern era is an era after the modern one. Hornbill dance is originated from East Kalimantan. Being passed down through...
Teacher’s Difficulty Level in Teaching the Songko Recca Dance During the Pandemic
Andi Azri Nining Rukmana, Dr. Kuswarsantyo, Risa Kaizuka
The current COVID-19 pandemic which happens across the globe also affects Indonesia. This evidently hinders all sectors of human lives, including the field of education, as students must study from home and teachers give assignments through online platforms such as Zoom, Google Classroom, WhatsApp, etc.,...
“Lavish” Costumes of Lampung Creative Dances as Simulacra–Hyperreality Among Art Workers in Bandar Lampung
Febrianto Wikan Jaya Ali, Sutiyono Sutiyono
A dance costume based on its function is a set of clothing as one of the supporting aspects in a dance work, but nowadays, the phenomenon of hyperreality is happening to art workers in Bandar Lampung. This hyperreality is characterized by the use of “lavish” costumes that look extravagant and sometimes...
Hyperreality in Dance Learning in Grade XI Computer and Network Engineering at Vocational High School Diponegoro 1 Jakarta
Michelia Champaca N. Setyoputri, Dra. Rumiwiharsi, Prayogi Wijaksono
This study investigated a phenomenon of dance learning at Vocational High School (VHS) Diponegoro 1 Jakarta in Grade XI Computer and Network Engineering with 24 male and 1 female student. In general, boys tend to be tough and assertive; therefore, they lack the abilities to process their bodies, particularly...
Travesty: The Expression of the Agrarian Society as Cultural Negotiation at the Amal Play at Pulau Belimbing II Sub-Village, Kuok Village, Kuok District, Kampar Regency, Riau Province
Saaduddin, Sherli Novalinda, Tika Alfareta
The Amal play is a form of folk theatre in Sandiwara Amal in Pulau Belimbing II Sub-Village, Kuok Village, Kuok District, Kampar Regency, Riau Province since the 1950’s. Until today, the Amal play is always performed every year on the first week of the Idul Fitri celebration. There is no concept of a...
Historical Representation Into the Visual Art Language
Sridewi Asliana, Zulfi Hendri
Speaking of history, one would usually think of the past, and interpret it as something insignificant. The past has no business of being discussed or remembered. The subject is even often considered extremely tedious, which offers a challenge for the teachers to present the lesson into something exciting...
Hyperreality of Virtual Music Ensemble
Zakaria Mohammad, Kun Setyaning Astuti
This study examined the phenomenon of a virtual music ensemble. This virtual music ensemble was performed by students at a high school in Yogyakarta. They collaborated remotely from their own places to produce a compilation video shown on YouTube. This activity was carried out to present the results...
Learning Dance Through Art Education in the Era of Hyperreality at Jumapolo 2 State Middle School
Dian Dwiyani Argha Dewi
The purpose of art education is basically to develop the sensitivity of students’ sensory perceptions through various creative experiences in the art according to the character and developmental stages of artistic abilities at each level of education, as well as stimulating the growth of imaginative...
Fine Art Learning Through the Implementation of the Free Expression Method in Year 11 of State Junior High School SMPN 1 Tasikmadu
Nur Dayo Ivory
The Free Expression method is applied in the Fine Art subject at state junior high school SMPN 1 Tasikmadu to help teachers improve the students’ creativity in drawing. The subjects involved Year 11 students in the odd semester during the academic year 2019/2020. This study was conducted to help students...
Dance Online Learning for Children with Special Needs
Made Utami Trisna Dewi, Kusnadi
This study aims to examine how dance education online learning to students with special needs is conducted. This is qualitative research in which the participants were children with special needs and the formal object was the children’s creativity development. The subjects of this research were teachers...
Restoring the Nature of Arts Learning for Character Building Due to the Use of Technology in Online Learning: A Case Study in the Pandemic Era
Rizky Tri Murwani, Ayu Niza Machfauzia
Online learning as one of the COVID-19 pandemic impacts tends to make school-age children spend more time on gadgets and the Internet. The negative impact of online learning during the pandemic is the tendency for children to abuse internet access excessively out of control with inadequate parental supervision...
Teachers’ Perceptions of Museum-Based Learning and Its Effects on Creativity: A Preliminary Study
Eni Puji Astuti, I Wayan Suardana, Dwi Retno Sri Ambarwati, Dwi Wulandari, Badrul Isa
In the 21st century, creativity is considered as one of the main assets for individuals to develop in such a sustainable way that encourages the education to develop creative pedagogical concepts. One of the learning environments created is an active-collaborative student learning strategy by utilizing...
The Creation of Karimunjawa Song as Tourism Promotion in Hyper-Reality Era
Alan Wijanarko, Ayu Niza Machfauzia
Karimunjawa, a tourist destination located in the Java Sea, is now having a lack of good promotion. Songs seem to be able to promote the destination effectively. Especially in the current era of hyperreality, attractive songs that are composed according to current trends have a huge impact. To create...
The Development of Android Application-Based E-Module Learning Media on the Makassar Flute Learning Material for Year 8 Junior High School Students
Nurul Fathimatul Izzah, A.M. Susilo Pradoko, Sri Wahyuni Syukur
This study aims to develop an Android application-based e-Module on the Makassar Flute learning material for Year 8 junior high school students. The development of e-Module learning media based on android application is an alternative in the use of technology. Essentially, the commonly used sources and...
Kogeomefi: Innovation in Dance Creation Method Based on Social Media by Ferry Cahyo Nugroho
Rizki Oktaviani, Rumi Wiharsih
Innovation is a process of renewing an existing culture or resource or producing a new product. The renewal process is usually driven by a feeling of dissatisfaction and curiosity that arises in individuals or groups of people, with the aim of improving the quality of life or to get social recognition...
Tradition as a Source of Dance Choreography Creation
Ni Nyoman Seriati, Trie Wahyuni, Pramularsih Wulansari
This study aimed to make Nusantara (Indonesian) traditional dance-based choreography design which was intended for junior high school students and could be performed by both male and female students. The dance performance could be done solo or in groups. The dance movements were developed from several...
Development of Educational Playing Cards as Learning Media for Introducing Figures and Works of Fine Art to High School Students
Rony Siswo Setiaji, Zulfi Hendri, Uswahtun Hanisah, Aran Handoko, Vidia Riadianti Putri
This is a research and development study on the development of educational playing cards as the learning media for introducing figures and works of fine art to Year 11 high school students in Yogyakarta. This study aims to 1) describe the process of developing the educational playing cards as learning...
The Effect of the Synectic Model on Creativity Development of Students’ Dance Works
Rumi Wiharsih, Kusnadi, Tresna Maya Sofa
This was a study (research group) aimed at testing the level of student creativity in the creation of dance products for children before and after applying the Synectic model, especially using the personal analogy. The object of this research was the students of the Dance Education Department, who were...
Educational Values in Busy Book for Early Childhood Learning
This study aims to develop a busy book, examine the educational values developed in the busy book, as well as the feasibility of the busy book for early childhood playing and learning. This study employed the qualitative method to describe and analyze the phenomena, events, activities, attitudes, perceptions,...
The Meaning of Functions in the Beretes Traditional Ceremony of the Lombok Sasak Tribe (A Roland Barthes’s Semiotics Study)
Abdullah, I Ketut Sunarya
The cultural diversity inherited from ancestors has certainly become an invaluable resource for this nation. One of the cultural resources passed down from ancestors is traditional ceremonies. The Beretes traditional ceremony of the Lombok Sasak Tribe is one of the ceremonies that is still held by some...
Social Criticism in Muhklis Lugis’ Surrealism on His Work on Siri Culture
Arif Dwi Kurnia Aji, Kasiyan
This study aims to (1) describe the background that underlies Mukhlis Lugis ‘work in choosing surrealism as a visual context (2) Describe the aesthetic value and examine the semiotic aspects of Mukhlis Lugis’ work (3) Describe the meaning of Siri cultural value in the context of modern phenomena. The...
A Hyperreality Study on the Game Pamali: The White Lady (2018)
Dessy Dwi Annisa Setyawati, Trie Hartiti Retnowati, Warid Moga Nugraha
Due to the current development of technology, video game can actively construct imaginative ideas beyond reality through impressions of signs and images. The media digitalization process supports the simulation process directed toward forms of hyperreality for game aficionados, including the game Pamali:...
Semiotics Study on the Oncer Dance Performance Art: A Charles Sanders Peirce’s Perspective
Diany Asritisthia, Kusnadi, MeliarikaWidyanti Putri
This study aims to describe the results of Charles Sanders Peirce’s semiotic analysis of the Oncer dance. This research is a qualitative descriptive study with a semiotic approach. Discussion on semiotic analysis uses Peirce’s triadic model. Data collection was carried out through the method of observation,...
The Philosophical Meanings of Tapis Limar Sekebar and Bintang Perak: A Semiotic Perspective of Charles Sanders Peirce
Hanifa Sa’diyah, I Wayan Suardana, Rapi Renda
This study aimed to examine the philosophical meanings of the Tapis Limar Sekebar and Bintang Perak. This research was conducted at Kediangan Gallery, Lampung. The research employed a descriptive qualitative method with the Charles Sanders Peirce’s semiotic approach. The data collection techniques included...
Female-style Beksan Nir Corona Dance as Symbol for Coronavirus Prevention in the Perspective of Javanese Philosophy
Lidya Permata Sari, Erna Andriyanti, Kusnadi
The Covid-19 pandemic caused by the coronavirus is a global problem that occurs in almost all countries, including Indonesia. As the virus transmission is based on human contact, it is important to maintain the cleanliness and sanitation of the body, especially the hands. This becomes the basis of creation...
Understanding Education of Maternal Roles Fostered in Floor Wash Ceremony in Lingga, Riau Islands
Meliarika Widyanti Putri, Kusnadi, Diany Asritisthia
The Floor Wash ritual is a ceremony that includes washing, cleaning the floor. This Floor Wash ritual is held as a mother’s pregnancy reaches the seventh month and by paying a down payment to the village midwife who will assist with the labor. The Floor Wash ritual involves purifying the room in which...
Representation of Buddhism Teachings in the Show Sound of Borobudur: The Reconstruction of Karmawibhangga Relief in the Age of Hyperreality
Nicholas Ferdeta Lakusa, A.M. Susilo Pradoko
The musical reconstruction work of the 9th century through the Karmawibhangga relief represents Indonesian ancient culture which contains Buddhism teachings. This study aimed to identify the meaning of the Buddhist way of life teachings in the arts and its role in the age of hyperreality. This study...
Art Education Designs in the Hyperreality Post-Truth Society Era
A.M. Susilo Pradoko
Educational components are centered on the students, the learning materials and the society, despite the fact that education tends to practically ignore the society component. Education is also limited to the interaction among the teacher and the students during learning activities in the classrooms....