About Us

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We are a group of trained and experienced professionals in museum and cultural focus work who deals and strategize with latest issues in the field. Our work inspired by latest theories and suited with unique situations in each institution. The name "Tribuana" means "three worlds" which represents the three sectors that become inseparable in the subject of cultural development: government; academia and private. While "Komunika" is from Communication. Tribuana Komunika’s vision is to be a hub between these three sectors and harmonize the movement in preserving and developing heritage culture.

Scope of work

Tribuana Komunika's range of work from 2012 has been with local, national, regional and international institutions. The projects done in the territory of Indonesia, from Aceh in the west point, to Manokwari in the east part of the Nusantara archipelago. Tribuana has worked with and for different kinds of cultural institutions with varied subjects and focus. All of Tribuana’s projects are suited accordingly with the partners’ condition and capability, along the line of professionalism and guarantee of ethical work which supported by needed documents and legalities.

Tribuana Networking

PDA (Pusat Dokumentasi Arsitektur)
Direktorat Pelestarian Cagar Budaya dan Museum
IAAI (Ikatan Ahli Arkeologi Indonesia)
CollAsia Network
ICCROM Network
ASEAN Museologist Network
SEAMEO - SPAFA Asean Museum Forum

Our Team

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Annissa Gultom

Annissa is an archaeologist who was specializing in ancient art and architecture that was then involved more in the museum field. She has a few years of teaching the first subject in her college, Archaeology Department, Universitas Indonesia, yet also actively experienced in training and projects in museum researches in collection; curatorial; communication strategy; institutional management; public engagement; museum planning and design. She was a Fulbright scholar during her master study in Museum Communication program, Museum Studies Department, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, USA. Her experience has not been limited in the museum scope, but also mass communication in arts, fashion and business profiling.

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Dian Sulistyowati

Dian is an archaeologist who was specializing in epigraphy, a field of study focusing on ancient languages found in inscriptions and ancient literatures in southeast Asia, especially the ones roote from Sanskrit and prenagari. She complemented her advanced study with a master program in Museology at her almamater, Archaeology Department, Universitas Indonesia. Her involvement with museum work started since first years of college, involved in public programming reach out and experienced in dealing with museum collection management, and preservative monitoring. She has involved in numerous archaeological field work and public archaeology programming that were organized onsite or in schools or in nearby museums. She is also part of the teaching team for the subject of "public archaeology" in Archaeology Dept, Universitas Indonesia. Her experience ranged from scientific methods in cultural studies; research; public programming; museum education; museum planning and design.

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