UNESCO Award of Excellence for Handicrafts Southeast Asia programme

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UNESCO Bangkok

Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education

Cluster office to Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam,

UNESCO Office, Jakarta Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for

Science Cluster Office to Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Timor-Leste

BRIEF INFORMATION 15 OCTOBER 2010

Nineteen products received the UNESCO Award of Excellence for Handicrafts in Southeast Asia 2010

Jakarta, 15 October 2010 – The UNESCO Award of Excellence for Handicrafts has been granted to 19 artisans from a total 112 entries in the South-East Asian Region.

At the occasion of the 25th Trade Expo Indonesia, held in Jakarta from 13 to 17 October, awarding ceremony of UNESCO Award of Excellence for Handicrafts 2010 will be organized at the International Jakarta Expo, Hall D2, on 16 October 2010 from 17:00-20:00. During this ceremony, 19 awarded artisans of the UNESCO Award of Excellence for Handicrafts 2010 will be announced.

In the presence of the Minister of Trade of The Republic of Indonesia, H.E. Dr Mari Elka Pangestu, Representatives of the Indonesian National Chapter of ASEAN Handicraft Promotion and Development Association (AHPADA, Indonesia or INAC), Deputy Chief of Mission of Thailand, Mr Vutti Vuttisant and Head of Culture Unit of the UNESCO Office, Jakarta, Mr. Masanori Nagaoka, the official certificates will be handed over to the awarded artisans during the ceremony.

Jointly organized by the INAC and UNESCO Bangkok and Jakarta Offices, this year's programme was supported by the Indonesian Ministry of Trade, the Ministry of Industry, the Ministry of Cooperatives, Small and Medium Enterprises, the SMESCO-UKM Gallery, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the Ministry of National Education, and the Indonesian National Commission for UNESCO.

The programme aims to encourage craft-workers to use traditional skills and materials to ensure the perpetuation of traditional knowledge and preserve cultural diversity, while promoting innovations to keep the products relevant and competitive. Since its launch in 2001 in Thailand, the 2010 programme of the Southeast Asia region was implemented for the first time in Indonesia.

This year, the programme received 112 high quality products of seven categories (Textile, Natural Fibers, Ceramics, Wood, Stone, Metals, Others) from Southeast Asian countries including Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Viet Nam, Timor-Leste, Thailand as well as Bangladesh.

All applications were assessed by five international panel experts at the SMESCO-UKM Building in Jakarta on 22-23 September 2010 to meet with the set four key criteria and two pre-conditions. They judged the submitted products in the category of excellence, authenticity, innovation and marketability. The respect for environment in materials and production techniques as well as the social responsibility were taken into account to the benchmark of the award.

Of the submitted products, 19 have been granted the Award of Excellence in 2010: 13 products were awarded from Indonesia and 6 from Thailand. Products that were granted with the Award of Excellence are currently exhibited at the Trade Expo Indonesia 2010 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Furthermore, these products will be presented at the BIG Fair Exhibition in Bangkok, Thailand in April 2011.

The successful 19 Southeast Asia awardees are listed below.

For further information and queries concerning the UNESCO award of Excellence for Handicrafts, please consult the following website: www.unescobkk.org/culture/craftseal

For further information on the two-day evaluation and to download the Award of Excellence poster please consult the following link:

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http://portal.unesco.org/geography/en/ev.php-URL_ID=13187&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.html

The Award of Excellence in Asia

The programme, formerly known as the Seal of Excellence for Handicrafts, was established in South-East Asia in 2001 by UNESCO and the ASEAN Handicraft Promotion and Development Association. It was expanded to South Asia in 2004, to East Asia in 2006 and West-Central Asia in 2007. The winners receive a certificate and will benefit from a range of capacity-building and promotional support.

More information on the Award of Excellence is available on the programme website: www.unescobkk.org/culture/craftseal or contact one of the project’s partners.

Culture Unit, UNESCO Bangkok

Tel: +66-2-391-0577 ext 509, 514, 516 ; Fax: +66-2-391-0866 Email: culture.bgk@unesco.org

Web: www.unescobkk.org/culture/craftseal

Culture Unit, UNESCO Office, Jakarta

Cluster Office to Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Timor-Leste. Tel: +62 21 7399818 Ext. 826

Email: Liste.Awardofexcellence.jakarta@unesco.org

Indonesian National AHPADA Chapter (INAC) Jl. Wijaya I/3A, Kebayoran Baru

Jakarta 12170, Indonesia

Tel: +62 21 7252032-33 Fax: +62 21 7252062 ahpadajkt@hotmail.com

UNESCO Award of Excellence for Handicrafts

Southeast Asia programme

2010 awarded products

Stola with “Shadow” Embroidery Indonesia

Kagasa Ms Watik Amril

Jl. Intan XI No. 264 Perumnas Pegambiran Padang 25226

West Sumatra, Indonesia Tel: +62 751 61916 Mob: +62 813 63469401 kagasawatik@gmail.com

www.sulambayangan.blogspot.com

 

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Double Ikat Thai Silk Shawl (2) Thailand

A good example of double ikat where the subtle gradation of color and the innovative design provide a modern touch.

Chabatik Co., Ltd. Ms Siriporn Sirikulpisuch

991 siam paragon shopping center, Unit 4-34 A, Rama 1 RD., Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand

Tel: +66 2 1294530-1 Mob: +66 8 94885939 Fax: +66 2 1294 530 chabatik@hotmail.com www.chabatik.com

 

Thai Silk Box Thailand

A well executed set of boxes with an elegant traditional ikat decoration.

Ban Non Fag-non Sumran Hand Woven Silk Ms Lamun Kaeownog

237 Mu4, sam Mueang Subdistrict, Sida District, Nakho Ratchasima Province 30430

Thailand

Tel: +66 532-03106 Mob: +66 89 8476117 ahpadasect@ahpada.com

Thai Silk Photo Frame Thailand

An elegant well-finished photo frame where the fine embroidery accentuates the underlying pattern

Ban Non Chan Hand Woven Group Ms Noei Thiannok

Muu4, Nong Wa Subdistrict, Bua Lai District, Nakhon ratchasima Province 30120

Thailand

Tel: +66 89 9485643 ahpadasect@ahpada.com

 

Thai Silk Decorative Pillow Thailand

A classic pillow with textured surface decoration adding tactile and visual interest whose neutral color fit in many types of interiors.

Ban Nong kom Hand Woven Ms Tongsri Chitphakdi

74 Mu 9 Ban Nong Kom, Nong Chan Subdistrict, Bua Lai District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province 30120

Thailand

Tel: +66 80 733 2095 ahpadasect@ahpada.com

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Gold Node Decorative Pillow Thailand

A well-executed pillow whose patchwork clearly reveals the bamboo and water inspiration. Pha Tum Thong

Ms Pimkunut Chao-rai-ngoen

165 Mu 4, Na Pho Subdistrict, NaPho District, Burirum Province 31230

Thailand

Mob: +66 84 9604291 ahpadasect@ahpada.com

 

Ketak Plait (Fruit Bowl) Indonesia

A high-quality weaving product with an elegantly balanced shape and natural finishing.

Mawar Art Shop Mr Suhartono

Jl. Taman Sari Nyur Baye Gawah, Ds. Bt. Mekar, Kec. Lingkar, Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara 83371

Indonesia

Mob1: +62 818543495 Mob2: +62 81910230975 Fax: +62 370 625997, 672827 mawarartshop@yahoo.com

Rantang Indonesia

A successful interpretation of a traditional food container into an elegant contemporary product composed by an original and innovative mix of wood and ceramic.

PT Jenggala Keramik Bali Ms Jesika Karina Tirtanimala

Jl. Raya Uluwatu II, Jimbaran, Bali 80361 Indonesia

Tel: +62 361 703311 Fax: +62 361 703312 jesika@jenggala.com www.jenggala.com

 

Modern Kendi Indonesia

A successful interpretation of a traditional Kendi into an elegant contemporary product which combined an elegant mix of wood and ceramic with pleasing colour and smart handle

PT Jenggala Keramik Bali Ms Jesika Karina Tirtanimala

Jl. Raya Uluwatu II, Jimbaran, Bali 80361 Indonesia

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Andaleh Ceramics Indonesia

A fine quality signed piece with simple well-executed design highlighted by the asymmetrical lid.

Kachio Mr Adria

Galogandang, Andaleh, Kabupaten Limapuluh Kota

West Sumatera 26261 Indonesia

Mob: +62 813 632 17109 Kachio.adria@yahoo.com

Foldable Tray Indonesia

A high quality rattan weaving with an antic looking finishing.

CV.Mendong Jaya Mr Zainal

Muttaqin

Pagergunung 106 Singkup, Purbaratu, Tasikmalaya,

Jawa Barat - Indonesia 46196 Tel: +62 265 2354999 Mob: +62 813 1488256 Fax: +62 265 321035 info@mendongjava.com mendongjava@yahoo.com

Wooden Cocoon Coaster Indonesia

An original elegant colours coaster with pleasing visual effect created by the cocoons, nice silver wiring details and excellent finishing.

PT. Yarsilk Gora Mahottama Mrs Verena Triana

JL. K.H.A Dahlan 73, Yogyakarta, Indonesia Tel: +62 274 418600

Mob: +62 815 7870 8872 Fax: +62 274 411930 yarsilkgallery@idola.net.id

Traditional Game of Dakon Indonesia

A good quality traditional Dakon game which can be used as decoration with well combination wood carving and batik patterns.

Adesya Mr Herry PH

Jalan Jagalan Rt. 02 Rw. 03 No. 18, Kotagede, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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Batik Mega Mendung Pendant/Brooch & Earrings

Indonesia

A successful interpretation of the traditional Batik Mega Mendung motif into an innovative design with good finish and movement.

Ranina jewelry

Ms Ranina Widjojo Hardjoprakoso

Simpruk Terrace Condominium Tower B Unit 1606

Jl. Tengku Nya Arief, Jakarta Indonesia

Tel: +62 21 7258262 Mob: +62 811228138 Fax: +62 21 7258251 w12345@indosat.net.id

Pointillist Vessel Thailand

A product of impressive beauty, a unique organic form with an elegant asymmetrical design and excellent quality of casting. Lamont design Co., Lt

Mr Alexander Lamont

88/1 Soi Chotiwat 1 Rim Klomg Prapa Road Bangsue, Bangkok 10800

Thailand

Tel: +66 2 913 8218 Mob: +66 819201652 Fax: +66 2 913 8220

enquiries@lamont-design.com

 

Batik Kawung, I-pad & I-phone Case Indonesia

A modern design with elegant colour and contemporary application of the batik motif highlighting the strong cultural identity of the product.

Taqilla Amani Indonesia, PT Mrs Myrna Munadi

Perumahan Pondok Gede Indah, Block B2 no.6 Lubang Buaya, Jakarta 13810

Indonesia

Tel: +62 816100564 Mob: +62 8161338880 Fax: +62 21 877 90 626 taqilla_amani@yahoo.com www.taqilla.net

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Tenun Cicak, I-pad & I-phone Case Indonesia

A modern design with elegant colour and contemporary application of the Ikat highlighting the strong cultural identity of the product. Taqilla Amani Indonesia, PT

Mrs Myrna Munadi

Perumahan Pondok Gede Indah, Block B2 no.6 Lubang Buaya, Jakarta 13810, Indonesia Tel: +62 816100564

Mob: +62 8161338880 Fax: +62 21 877 90 626 taqilla_amani@yahoo.com www.taqilla.net

www.facebook.com/taqilla www.facebook.com/taqilla.amani

Lurik, Laptop Bag Indonesia

A charming design and pleasing colour palette for this functional bag with fine details.

Taqilla Amani Indonesia, PT Mrs Myrna Munadi

Perumahan Pondok Gede Indah, Block B2 no.6 Lubang Buaya, Jakarta 13810

Indonesia

Tel: +62 816100564 Mob: +62 8161338880 Fax: +62 21 877 90 626 taqilla_amani@yahoo.com www.taqilla.net

www.facebook.com/taqilla www.facebook.com/taqilla.amani

Tissue Box Indonesia

An innovative use of recycled cement sack paper which creates an interesting contemporary design

Abi Citra Kusuma Mrs Sri Wahyuni

Krajan 1 RT. 01 RW 02 Tegaron Banyubiru, Semarang 50664, Central Java

Indonesia

Mob: +62 818250894 Fax: +62 2985 95006 sriwahyuni_14@yahoo.co.id

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