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Kasongan ceramic craft center

Kasongan is ceramic craft center in Bangunjiwo Village, Kasihan District, Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Discussing Kasongan ceramic design may not be separated from cultural context surrounding communities which creates a variety of home appliances and beautiful artwork made from clay.

Ceramic has become a common profession for generations in Kasongan. Kyai Song ceramics pioneer 320 years ago producing household appliances such as tableware of pottery as a replacement stone and foliage.

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In 1745 to 1825 activity of making ceramic conducted by Mbah Jembuk showed an increase in variation form. At this time resulting product includes forms such as buffalo head, goat and fish in addition to continuing produce household utensils.

The use of coins also inspired ceramic product known as piggy bank (coin boxes). Meanwhile products like vases, Pengaron, Klenting and others followed in the generation Mbah Josentiko, Mbah Tupon and Mbah Gimin.

In the generation Mbah Rono, Mbah Giyek, Mbah Jengkol in 1805 to 1890 develop type of product brazier, while the generation Mbah Harto snf Josetomo in 1925 develops product design is shape of pot.

At these times activity making ceramics using the technique of fixed anvil (paddel-anvil) with mostly done by women, while the male role is to find clay, material processing, combustion and marketing.

Original ceramic design serves traditional kitchen equipment follows development needs of community. Design changes towards a functional not only practical, but more toward product design aesthetic and practical aesthetic.

The handicraft in general form of jars with various motifs including peacocks, dragons, roses and others. Pots of various sizes, souvenirs, frames, wall hangings, furniture such as tables and chairs, and others. Artificial flowers from banana leaves, bamboo furniture, masks and others. Kasongan ceramic craft center design development for long time

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Location: Bangunjiwo Village, Kasihan District, Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta.

Routes and public transport: All flights to Adisutjipto International Airport at Yogyakarta City, then take a taxi to Kasongan.

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