Threads of Life Around Indonesia

Our pictures (and yours!) from the communities we work with throughout Indonesia (Sumba, Flores, Sulawesi. Bali and more). Includes ceremonial, ritual and day to day life and stories.
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Threads of Life keeping history and culture alive - Bali | Ann Street Studio

Threads of Life keeping history and culture alive - Bali | Ann Street Studio

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Warp Ikat Sarung from Flores, Indonesia. Cotton, Natural Dyes - Threads of Life

Warp Ikat Sarung from Flores, Indonesia. Cotton, Natural Dyes - Threads of Life

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Threads of Life keeping history and culture alive - Bali | Ann Street Studio

Threads of Life keeping history and culture alive - Bali | Ann Street Studio

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Threads of Life keeping history and culture alive - Bali | Ann Street Studio

Threads of Life keeping history and culture alive - Bali | Ann Street Studio

Proud weavers: Members of the Threads of Life weaving group from Bliran Sina in Maumere, Flores show off their work. (Ph...

Proud weavers: Members of the Threads of Life weaving group from Bliran Sina in Maumere, Flores show off their work. (Ph...

Threads of Life: Conservation Efforts

Threads of Life: Conservation Efforts

A joint event with Jenggala  in 2010- Dance, music and textiles from Savu

A joint event with Jenggala in 2010- Dance, music and textiles from Savu

A joint event with Jenggala  in 2010- Dance, music and textiles from Savu

A joint event with Jenggala in 2010- Dance, music and textiles from Savu

A joint event with Jenggala  in 2010- Dance, music and textiles from Savu

A joint event with Jenggala in 2010- Dance, music and textiles from Savu

Commercial over-harvesting has already eradicated wild rattan from the forests of western and central Kalimantan. The Rattan Project, an Indonesian non-profit organization based in East Kalimantan, helps local farmers to develop sustainable, cultivated supplies of rattan. The group also helps Dayak cooperatives to create new products based on traditional designs, and to reach markets outside their home areas. Threads of Life buys rattan products only from groups that develop renewable…

Commercial over-harvesting has already eradicated wild rattan from the forests of western and central Kalimantan. The Rattan Project, an Indonesian non-profit organization based in East Kalimantan, helps local farmers to develop sustainable, cultivated supplies of rattan. The group also helps Dayak cooperatives to create new products based on traditional designs, and to reach markets outside their home areas. Threads of Life buys rattan products only from groups that develop renewable…

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