Journal of Aesthetics, Design, and Art Management <hr /> <table width="100%" bgcolor="#e4ca2d"> <tbody> <tr valign="top"> <td width="18%"><br />Journal Name<br />Frequency<br />DOI <br />Online ISSN <br />Print ISSN <br />Editor-in-chief<br />Publisher <br />Indexing</td> <td width="60%"><br />: Journal of Aesthetics, Design, and Art Management <br />: 2 issues per year (April and October)<br />: by <img style="width: 58px;" src="" height="16" /><strong><br /></strong>: <a href="">2808-4993</a><br />: <a href="">2808-4985</a><br />: I Nyoman Jayanegara<br />: Catuspata <br />: <a href=";user=Z40kJuUAAAAJ&amp;scilu=&amp;scisig=AMD79ooAAAAAYOvvnJEpTozVnp2u6b-jsGvIDWIhmxs4&amp;gmla=AJsN-F7GUUP_Kds0eq892GRoyc4L5Nx_yKsq9kBuXmiR9vFBw5fKhQdgMXFmeMi5FxfWBfhHimDRENreyk8vjhQLLCPwV7B7N4ySi-H9nmsPFsWAPlE259DL3Z_RPh51Pb3iKmTsAkDQ&amp;sciund=7752273331890841634">Google Scholar</a> | <a href="">CiteFactor</a> | <a href="">DRJI</a> | <a href=";issn=28084993&amp;amp;uid=rbc59f">ResearchBib</a> | <a href="">Neliti</a> | <a href="">Garuda</a></td> <td width="21%"><img src="" alt="" width="904" height="1280" /></td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <hr /> <p>Journal of Aesthetics, Design, and Art Management invites academicians, researchers, business practitioners, decision-makers, and university students to submit their research-based articles. The articles published will be widely read by so many people and parties all over the world as this journal uses the newest technology in publication.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Focus and Scope of Journal of Aesthetics, Design, and Art Management cover issues regarding <span class="VIiyi" lang="en"><span class="JLqJ4b ChMk0b" data-language-for-alternatives="en" data-language-to-translate-into="id" data-phrase-index="1">focuses on the field of art and design resulting from research in the form of assessment or creation, original papers, and case studies</span></span>.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">All articles in the Journal of Aesthetics, Design, and Art Management will be processed by the editor through the Online Journal System (OJS), and the author can monitor the entire process in the member area. 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The sample in this study amounted to 100 elementary school fifth-grade students. Data analysis using SPSS 25.</p> <p><strong>Findings: </strong>the results showed that there were differences in results with sig &lt;0.05. The average pretest result is 69.18 and the posttest result is 88.02. These results show that students' creativity is higher when using scrapbook media. Thus the scrapbook media influences increasing the creativity of elementary school students.</p> <p><strong>Implications: </strong>Scrapbook media is an alternative in increasing the creativity of elementary school students.</p> Abdul Muktadir, Prayuningtyas Angger Wardhani Copyright (c) 2022 Wed, 27 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +0000 THE MODERN MARKET CENTER AT PASAR MINGGU JAKARTA AS AN ART SPACE USING TOD SUPPORT <p><strong>Purpose:</strong> The purpose of this research is to design a public facility which was originally a traditional market with daily commodities to become a modern market with an expanded role as an art market (art space).</p> <p><strong>Research methods:</strong> The design method used in the design starts from the stage of finding design ideas, containing ideas and problems that can potentially arise in the design. This stage aims to create ideas based on theory. This data collection includes literature studies and previous studies.</p> <p><strong>Findings:</strong> The result of this design is a building that can be oriented to the economy and the arts so that it can accommodate human needs physically and spiritually. The application of the market concept and art space has made the market, which was previously known as a place that was only used to sell daily commodities, which can be used by the community for gathering and other natural organic activities such as art.</p> <p><strong>Implications:</strong> To combine the market and the Art Space, a communal place is made, namely a plaza that is useful as a shelter for humans so that the market can also become a more lively place.</p> Muhammad Rifqie Izzulhaq , Yuke Ardhiati Copyright (c) 2022 Wed, 27 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +0000 DESIGNING THE MUSIC COLLEGE IN CENTRAL JAKARTA <p><strong>Purpose:</strong> This paper was written with the aim of providing a forum that is able to facilitate the enthusiasm of the community, especially in Central Jakarta, in developing their music education after graduating from SMA / SMK equivalent to a higher level to produce potential and quality graduates.</p> <p><strong>Research methods:</strong> The research method used in the design uses location data obtained online to take aerial photos of the site, then combined with architectural theory studies, music theory and comparative studies of similar buildings.</p> <p><strong>Findings:</strong> The results will then be analyzed to produce a design concept. The design concept combines the order of the structure in the music consisting of an intro, verse, bridge, chorus, and ending. The concept is applied to the zoning order of the site. The composition of the building mass is also inspired by the form of musical notes that are processed based on different functions.</p> <p><strong>Implications:</strong> The expressionism design theme is very appropriate to represent the character of the building to make it more iconic and dynamic. The results of the design process are in the form of concepts, working drawings, perspective drawings, and animated videos.</p> Shania Noor Aisyah, Anedya Wardhani, Ni Wayan Ardini Copyright (c) 2022 Wed, 27 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +0000 WARNABALI: BALINESE COLOR INTENSITY DIVERSIFICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT OF BALI MODERN INTERIOR AND ARCHITECTURE COATING IN ADDITIVE COLOR ONLINE BASED EXPERIMENT <p><strong>Purpose:</strong> This study aims to conduct experiments on enriching the intensity of traditional Balinese colors that are relevant to the application of color in modern interiors and architecture.</p> <p><strong>Research methods:</strong>The research method uses online-based experiments by mixing Balinese colors with light and dark characters in a ratio of 66.7%: 33.3%. Mixing is done by crossing process and the results of the cross process are arranged into a Balinese color palette based on Additive Colors.</p> <p><strong>Findings:</strong>The color cross method with a ratio of 66.7% light to 33.3% dark produces bali color variants with various tint intensities. The scan results on the Balinese print-based color composition arranged in the <em>nawa sangha</em> cosmology, which is processed online through the website, produces relevant colors developed in modern interiors and architecture. The process of diversifying the color intensity will provide recommendations for its application to residential and non-residential interiors.</p> <p><strong>Implications:</strong> Provide insight into the use of traditional Balinese colors to designers and architects, in an effort to preserve and strengthen tradition-based knowledge for the development of modern design science.</p> Anak Agung Gede Rai Remawa, I Kadek Dwi Noorwatha, I Made Pande Artadi, Toddy Hendrawan Yupardhi, Putu Ari Darmastuti Copyright (c) 2022 Wed, 27 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +0000 THE AESTHETICS OF KORI KUWADI <p><strong>Purpose:</strong> As one of the objects of Balinese cultural heritage, it should be preserved. But in reality, <em>Kori Kuwadi</em> is exploited not only as a building component but also as a commodity that is traded and even exported to foreign countries. To obtain maximum profit, <em>Kori Kuwadi</em> is mass-produced to meet market demand. Because it is oriented towards high profits, the production process may ignore the <em>Kori Kuwadi</em> concept as it should. Ironic while the existence of <em>Kori Kuwadi</em> is widely known both by the Balinese people and the people outside Bali, because the shape, model, size, and ornament are so beautiful that they are admired, but it's a shame because there are still many people who don't know what the real name of the door is. which they are familiar with the term "traditional Balinese door". If this condition is allowed to drag on, one of the cultural heritage of Bali may become extinct. Realizing the above conditions, through the momentum of Nangun Sat Kerti Loka Bali, the local government of Bali is trying to preserve local culture so that it is not uprooted from its original values.</p> <p><strong>Research methods:</strong> The research method used is interpretive qualitative. Etymologically, qualitative comes from quality which means value.</p> <p><strong>Findings:</strong> As a traditional door <em>Kori Kuwadi</em> has a unique thing that makes many people interested. <em>Kori Kuwadi</em> is used as an architectural part this day it is not placed only at holly place in Bali but as an entrance of the modern building.</p> <p><strong>Implications:</strong> Aesthetic aspect does not come from one thing but can be anything. Pintu Kuwadi has its authentic beauty that comes from history, ornament pattern, material, and measurement.</p> I Wayan Balika Ika, Putu Ari Darmastuti Copyright (c) 2022 Wed, 27 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +0000 APPLICATION OF BALINESE ORNAMENT (KEKETUSAN KAKUL-KAKULAN) IN ENDEK WOVEN FABRIC WITH AIRBRUSH TECHNIQUE FOR EVENING DRESS <p><strong>Purpose</strong> <strong>:</strong> The use of <em>endek</em> fabrics in creating evening clothing can increase creativity so that it can produce innovative evening dress designs with curvaceous ornaments, besides that it can be a cultural heritage.</p> <p><strong>Research methods :</strong> The stages in the process of creating evening dress designs consist of three main stages, namely the idea stage, the mindmap method stage, and the design process stage.</p> <p><strong>Findings</strong> <strong>: </strong>The creation of evening dress takes modern tradition as the concept. The traditional concept can be seen from the application of traditional Balinese ornaments, namely <em>keketusan kakul-kakulan</em> as a motif on <em>endek</em> woven fabrics with the airbrush technique. While the modern concept can be seen in the silhouette of the evening dress which is designed not out of date, unique and fashionable, and comfortable to use.</p> <p><strong>Implications :</strong> Evening dress with <em>endek</em> woven fabric with a <em>kakul-kakulan</em> motif is one of the innovative evening wear choices for women to be used on formal occasions and as a form of appreciation for Balinese cultural heritage and <em>endek</em> cloth weavers</p> I Made Radiawan, Tjok Istri Ratna Cora Sudharsana, Ni Kadek Yuni Diantari Copyright (c) 2022 Wed, 27 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +0000 THE BEAUTY OF TABANAN AS AN INSPIRATION FOR INTERIOR DESIGN AESTHETIC ELEMENTS <p><strong>Purpose:</strong> This paper examines the potential advantages possessed by Tabanan Regency in terms of natural wealth, cultural diversity, preservation of history, and traditions that can be used as objects of creative exploration in forming a design of aesthetic elements by taking into account local cultural identity.</p> <p><strong>Research methods:</strong> The design method is used as a guide in designing. The stages consist of inspiration, ideation, and implementation.</p> <p><strong>Findings:</strong> From mountains, rice plants, dances, to porcelain plates, they can be used as inspiration for interior decoration. All of them are used as dynamic aesthetic elements and represent the beauty of Tabanan Regency.</p> <p><strong>Implications:</strong> The potential for culture, art, and nature in Tabanan Regency, can be used as endless inspiration as design objects. It takes creativity and sensitivity in exploring it. Thus, this can be a way to preserve the beauty of culture, nature, and art in an area.</p> Ni Ketut Rika Primadewi, Ni Made Leony Savitri Wirasa, I Putu Udiyana Wasista Copyright (c) 2022 Wed, 27 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +0000