This year, Kelas Inspirasi Jakarta: Photo Exhibition and Video Screening has been a success in bringing people together and inspiring them to create a change in their community. The exhibition came under the theme “Dare to Dream, Dare to Inspire,” reflecting all the hard works done by both the students and volunteers in the project.
“The exhibition is also a form of appreciation to all volunteers, students, teachers, and schools who benefit from Kelas Ispirasi,” explained Harry Angie S. Tampubulon, head of the exhibition.
S it was held right on National Heroes Day on 10 November 2016, and continues opened for public until 19 November 2016. Qubicle Centre at Senopati was chosen as the venue, as it felt representative to become a platform where communities in Indonesia can collaborate creatively.
Besides displaying video and photo stories from 13 different photographers, 3 videographers, and 1 mural artist, there are also music entertainments and several activities, all for free.
On the closing day especially, the event was livened by performances from Syahravi, Huhu Popo, Resha and Friends, Nia Aladin, and Juma & The Blehers. At the same day visitors was able to join an exciting discussion about documentary photography and video, as well as donate books to children and get a special appreciation artwork.
Kelas Inspirasi and its professional volunteers will keep working to ensure good education for all children in Indonesia. Part of it is encouraging children to dream big and have a bravery to go for it. Through the exhibition, the public can have a little sneak peek of that process, and hopefully it will also inspire their life.