Transfer of Knowledge: Educational Value in Cold Wax Batik Technique Training

Pandanwangi, Ariesa (2020) Transfer of Knowledge: Educational Value in Cold Wax Batik Technique Training. In: Variety of Learning Resolutions in the Covid 19. Novateur Publication. ISBN 978-81-949597-0-0


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Yogyakarta is one of the largest batiks producing areas in Java, apart from Solo and Pekalongan. The motives contain a lot of deep philosophies that carry the values of human life. The technique used in making batik is using canting and hot wax. The price of materials for batik is getting longer, more expensive, the price for dyes is also getting higher, besides the waste from used lorod and batik containing chemicals that can damage the environment. Along with technological advances, society prioritizes environmental safety. The importance of the environment so as not to be polluted, a team from across institutions provided outreach in the form of transfer of knowledge about materials that are cheap, fun, and environmentally friendly, as well as training on how to use them. The problem in this activity is the decreasing public interest in batik work. The purpose of this activity is to increase public interest in batik using environmentally friendly materials. The targets of this activity are batik craftsmen, batik business owners, members of batik cooperatives. The activity was carried out at the Koperasi Batik Senopati in Yogyakarta. The number of participants who took part in this activity was 41 participants. The methods used in this mentoring are mentoring methods and practical methods. The result of this training the participants can use the cold wax batik technique.

Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: Transfer of knowledge, Training, Batik technique of Gutta Tamarind1
Subjects: N Fine Arts > NX Arts in general
Depositing User: Perpustakaan Maranatha
Date Deposited: 30 Mar 2021 08:03
Last Modified: 30 Mar 2021 08:03

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