mata hati community played great music in FISIP art week (13/9) (Photo by Akhmad Janni)
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UNAIR NEWS –  Faculty of Social and Political Science (FISIP) Universitas Airlangga (UNAIR) hosted an art week. The very first art week was opened by Vice Dean of FISIP Prof. Dr. Budi Prasetyo, Drs., MSi., on Monday (11/9).

In his speech, Budi told that this art week would be as fun week for student of FISIP, in those days of art week student could release the fatigue for a moment.

“Through this art week I hope you all can enjoy and have a short break for classes,” He said

Namus Nasution, as the chief committee said that the art week whose theme critical, pluralistic, humanistic and democratic was an event to introduce the freshmen about social and politics movement through art.

“For the next, this art week will be a series of faculty orientation for freshman so they will know more about politics social and art in FISIP,” He said

The first day, Audience met Alfian Andhika Yudhistira the Anthropology student along with his friends of Mata Hati community; they played music and sang five songs as an opening of the event.  Andhika is the first sightless student of Universitas Airlangga.

The academic staff and lecturers also performed in the event. It took place at parking area of FISIP for opening ceremony, and other series of event took place in six areas of FISIP. The first place was in parking area for art performance, then at democratic park, the backyard for student showcase gallery, at Soetandyo hall for discussion forum, at A 309 room for technical meeting room and the last room is motorcycle parking area for fun competition.

“This art week will run for five days, and will be more rousing in the closing on Friday because there will be lecturers, alumni and also guest star,” Namus said

He hoped that the event would tie up the togetherness the entire element in FISIP, including alumni.


Author : Ahmad Janni

Editor : Nuri Hermawan



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