Photo (detail): © Aprina Murwanti
has 15 years of professional experience in the world of arts education, research and management of social programs. She has an educational background in the field of contemporary art practice from Wollongong University, Australia, a business and management education from Sydney Business School, and textile crafts at Institut Teknologi Bandung. Her aim is to make visual arts more accessible to the general public through strategies that are oriented to knowledge distribution, community necessities, and public participation. Aprina has served as Head of Public Education and Programs at the MACAN Museum since 2018.