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Rain is a blessing

  • Dancers from the Pasah Pambelon studio of Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, perform the Mempisik Hujan during the International Rain Festival in Kartasura, Central Java. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

    Dancers from the Pasah Pambelon studio of Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, perform the Mempisik Hujan during the International Rain Festival in Kartasura, Central Java. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

  • A percussion player from the Kentrung Rock N Roll Solo community practices before performing the Nyi Ageng Serang arrangement. The site where Nyi Ageng Serang fought against Dutch colonialism decades ago is now the Kedung Ombo dam in Purwodadi, Central Java. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

    A percussion player from the Kentrung Rock N Roll Solo community practices before performing the Nyi Ageng Serang arrangement. The site where Nyi Ageng Serang fought against Dutch colonialism decades ago is now the Kedung Ombo dam in Purwodadi, Central Java. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

  • An installation of dried coconut leaf webbing symbolizes rain as a blessing for all creatures. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

    An installation of dried coconut leaf webbing symbolizes rain as a blessing for all creatures. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

  • The Sedulur Banyu community of Klaten, Central Java, presented plastic containers used to process rain into alkaline water. Pastor Vicentius Kirjito has taught the people on the slopes of Mount Merapi in Klaten, Central Java, to process rainwater into clean water. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

    The Sedulur Banyu community of Klaten, Central Java, presented plastic containers used to process rain into alkaline water. Pastor Vicentius Kirjito has taught the people on the slopes of Mount Merapi in Klaten, Central Java, to process rainwater into clean water. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

  • A girl photographs an art installation in the backyard of the Mugi Dance studio during the festival. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

    A girl photographs an art installation in the backyard of the Mugi Dance studio during the festival. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

  • Twenty-one- year-old Unik Cahyani from the Peni studio prepares to perform the Tuk Tuk Dung dance. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

    Twenty-one- year-old Unik Cahyani from the Peni studio prepares to perform the Tuk Tuk Dung dance. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

  • Young girls showcase clothes made of plastic during the festival. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

    Young girls showcase clothes made of plastic during the festival. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

  • Unik Cahyani performs the Tuk Tuk Dung at the festival. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

    Unik Cahyani performs the Tuk Tuk Dung at the festival. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

  • Young girls walk back to the dressing room, passing mannequins wearing plastic. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

    Young girls walk back to the dressing room, passing mannequins wearing plastic. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

  • The Kaliba, a musical instrument from Bali, accompanies the Tek Tek Dung dance. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

    The Kaliba, a musical instrument from Bali, accompanies the Tek Tek Dung dance. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

  • A workshop on verticulture, which enables people to plant food vertically to overcome limitations of space, was also part of the festival. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

    A workshop on verticulture, which enables people to plant food vertically to overcome limitations of space, was also part of the festival. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

  • Dancers from the Dipaba studio, led by Nungki of Yogyakarta, perform the Dipaba dance. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

    Dancers from the Dipaba studio, led by Nungki of Yogyakarta, perform the Dipaba dance. JP/Magnus Hendratmo

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