The Performing Arts and Fine Arts Study Program, Postgraduate School, Gadjah Mada University has contributed to the academic realm of art studies for 6th lustrum. The Study of Performing Arts and Fine Arts has been in its 30th year, with hundreds of alumni scattered throughout Indonesia.
Tuesday, March 30, 2021, the Dies Natalis opening of the Performing Arts and Fine Arts Study Program was held for the first time online. The online Anniversary opening was carried out through the Zoom Cloud Meetings platform, which was attended by around 164 participants, including students, alumni, and the academic community at Gadjah Mada University.
The opening of the 30th Anniversary of PSPSR was participated in by university, faculty, and study program leaders. The beginning of the 30th Anniversary of PSPSR began at 15.00 WIB, opened by Dr. Rr. Paramitha Dyah Fitriasari, M.Hum as the Head of the Master of Performing Arts and Fine Arts Studies Program.
The main activity of the Anniversary was filled with a material presentation by 3 (three) main speakers, namely Dr. Rr. Paramitha Dyah Fitriasari, M.Hum (Head of the Master of Performing Arts and Fine Arts Studies Program), Dr. Budi Irawanto, S.I.P., M.A. (Head of Doctoral Study Program of Performing Arts and Fine Arts Studies), and Dr. G. R. Lono L Simatupang, M. A. (Academic Committee for the Study of Performing Arts and Fine Arts). The topic of conversation covered the issue of art development in the digital era and the possibility of art development in its future existence. The Dies Natalis activity was continued with the art of question and answer related to the topic presented by 3 (three) speakers). The anniversary activity was closed with a group photo through a zoom screen as documentation and perpetuation of the activity, carried out for the first time online. (Ysn)
Photo: Teuku Shofwan