Professor Margaret Kartomi of the Faculty of Arts was recently in Sumatra to deliver keynote … Continue reading Whirlwind Sumatran tour for music academic
On 17 August 2012, Indonesian Independence Day, Professor Margaret Kartomi was awarded a Certificate of … Continue reading Professor Margaret Kartomi awarded Certificate of Honour for the promotion of Indonesian culture in Australia
Article featured in Monash Memo (6 June 2012): A Monash University staff member and alumna have just returned from their second field trip to Lampung Province, Sumatra, at the invitation of Way Kanan’s Regional Head Bupati Hi Bustami Zainudin S.Pd.
Margaret is interviewed about her background, her career and her current interests
The title of Queen has been bestowed upon a Monash University researcher for her work in reconstructing the origins of the Indonesian province of Lampung’s traditional musical instruments.
Professor Margaret Kartomi of the University’s School of Music – Conservatorium, recently presented the keynote address at the International Seminar on the Traditional Lampung Musical Instrument, the gamolan.
Professor Margaret Kartomi has recently returned from Berlin where she was invited to join the International Advisory Board for the presentation of the Ethnological Museum and the Museum of Asian Art of the National Museums of Berlin (Prussian Cultural Heritage).