What is it about?

This article describes a conflict reconciliation method through a collaborative art project. Ways in which collaborations within and across the art and education communities may address the understanding and reconciliation of issues related to cultural heritage conflict are explored.

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Why is it important?

We examine how reconciliation might occur through a collective interest in and inquiry into an art form artistic, cultural, and social value and meanings to both parties. We discuss how collaborative arts strategies afforded discussions and pathways amongst participants towards individual and collective reconciliation concerning cultural heritage.

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Cultural heritage is the collective identity that has a role and function in state life. Often cultural heritage becomes a conflict issue that can trigger hatred between neighboring countries. Therefore, efforts to reconcile by discussing the noble cultural values of the nation must continue to be voiced and advanced so that the next generation can respect each other.

Adam Wahida
Universitas Sebelas Maret

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This page is a summary of: Batik in Malaysia and Indonesia: A collaboration for reconciling issues of cultural heritage, International Journal of Education through Art, March 2022, Intellect, DOI: 10.1386/eta_00084_1.
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