AIASA Won “The Most Creative” Award on Australia Day Parade 2020.

AIASA Won “The Most Creative” Award on Australia Day Parade 2020.

Australia Day Parade is a special day in Adelaide’s beautiful and diverse city. It involves almost 150 community groups in Adelaide, and the parade waives starts in the centre of Adelaide city and ends in Adelaide Oval.
Represents the Indonesian Community, AIASA has received “The most creative” award at the Australia Day Parade 2020. Supported by many Indonesian communities (PPIASA, Saman dance, Elmusafir, Flobamora, Aceh community and Rhytmnesia), the Indonesian community has particularly drawn the jury’s attention for their creativity.
“Cancer Screening Save Life” AIASA Health Talk.

“Cancer Screening Save Life” AIASA Health Talk.

(Adelaide, SA) To gain the Indonesian community and society’s awareness about their health and fitness, especially for women’s health, AIASA collaborated with Indopeduli and Wellbeing SA Organisation to conduct their first event related to the circumstances. This event was held on the 18th of July 2021 at Jeffrey Smart Building, University of South Australia City Campus. The event itself is titled “Cancer Screening Save Life”. Presenting speakers from various cancer experts, this event focuses on the treatment and prevention of cancer for a woman in the early stage. Dr Kencana Dharmapatni, Dr Chandra Kirana, and Dr Juliana Jatnika have contributed and shared their knowledge about preventing and detecting a cancer disease that often happens to women at this event

Other Indonesian communities support this event through many activities such as the “Manos” (Makanan Nostalgia) community; which has provided the guests with their traditional Indonesian cuisine, Mrs Rada Korda rolled out her donations through Balinese massage activity and Mr Ferry Chandra from Adelindo Angklung community who lead the Indonesian national anthem ceremony in the opening session. This event is related. Who also conducted a fundraising session to raise funds for the cancer society and patients.

This is a continuous series of events that would conduct to gain health awareness in women’s society, especially in the Indonesian community. As planned, the next event would be held in May 2022, which would be focused on other health studies.

(AIASA, 2022)

 
AIASA music equipment to support your community events.

AIASA music equipment to support your community events.

Hi There!

Thanks to the Department of the Premier and Cabinet for granting us Expand Together 2020-2021 grant to purchase equipment to support community events.

The AIASA now offers a hi-range of music & sound systems equipment to support community events in South Australia. Get a bargain and join AIASA membership!

Click this link to download terms & conditions to lend the equipment: AIASA Library System

Please contact our representative; Berry Jatnika, online, or by email (iroquistore@gmail.com) for more information.

 

Wayang Kulit, Sat 21 July, Flinders University

Wayang Kulit, Sat 21 July, Flinders University

Immerse yourself in a wonderful Indonesian wayang kulit experience with world-renowned master dhalang, Ki Joko Susilo, accompanied by Adelaide’s oldest gamelan orchestra, Gamelan Sekar Laras. 

Invite your family and friends to enjoy this taste of a traditional Indonesian shadow puppet performance, but inside in the warm!
Bring comfortable picnic rugs and cushions Indonesian-style, or use seating provided.

Indonesian snacks will be on sale

DATE: Saturday, July 21, 2018
TIME:  7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (ACST)
VENUE: Flinders University Student Hub, Level 2
Flinders University
Sturt Road, Bedford Park SA 5042
How to get to Flinders University

ENTRY: Gold coin donation

This community event is presented by the Australian-Indonesian Association of South Australia as a curtain-raiser to Indofest-Adelaide 2019!