Craft and Tradition Research Group

General Information

The caractheristic of craft products can depart from the tradition itself, development of tradition or new ideas that has its own uniqueness and workmanship which is based on neatness, craftsmanship (the importance of sksill), beauty, and creation. Craft and Tradition Research Group’s scope of study revolves around creating and producting activities based on specific medium and are carried out manually in general. The aforementioned products could be a functional, decorative, or self-contained product both in studio-scale or small and medium enterprise scale.

Top researches:

  1. Utilization of bagasse as alternative raw material of non woven textile products. Case study: Cane plantation area at Majalengka, West Java (2017)
  2. Development of local product of natural batik dye and ATBM weaving, in the effort of product diversification in batik society. Sudi case: Desa Gempol, Ngesrep Balong, Limbangan, Kendal, East Java (2016)
  3. Development of textile products from kenaf fiber (hibiscus cannabinus) based on community empowerment with scale of SMI, MP3 Stage II Research, Dikti (2012-2103)
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