The MACAN Jakarta Museum is Temporarily Closed

The MACAN Jakarta Museum is Temporarily ClosedThe MACAN Jakarta Museum is Temporarily Closed – The Jakarta MACAN Museum decided to temporarily close its location due to the Corona virus which is increasingly spreading in Indonesia. The news was announced by the social media MACAN Museum.

For the sake of public safety, the MACAN Museum is temporarily closed starting today Saturday, March 14, 2020. We will inform MACAN friends about the museum’s reopening schedule, in line with security recommendations from the Provincial Government of @dkijakarta. See you again at the MACAN Museum. Let’s together look after the MACAN Museum Indonesian health, “writes the MACAN Museum Jakarta.

The decision of the MACAN Museum temporarily closes its location after the Governor of DKI Jakarta, Anies Baswedan, announced closing 17 tourist sites in the Capital and restricting social activities in public places. Among them are Taman Ismail Marzuki (TIM), PBB Setu Babakan, Si Pitung’s House, Jakarta History Museum, Maritime, Textile, to the Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics.

The MACAN Jakarta Museum is Temporarily Closed

The MACAN Museum’s Head of Communications, Nina Hidayat, confirmed the news.

Our decision is in line with the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government’s recommendations on limiting social activities, he told agen ceme deposit pulsa.

From the DKI Provincial Government, said Nina, there was no specific prohibition on the MACAN Museum to open or close the museum located in the Kebon Jeruk area, West Jakarta.

But we are following recommendations for safety with staff and visitors, he said.

At present the MACAN Museum Jakarta is displaying a solo exhibition by German artist Julian Rosefeld, ‘Manifesto’, until May 31. And Melati Suryodarmo’s performance works entitled ‘Why Let the Chicken Run’ until March 31, 2020.

Corona cases that spread in Indonesia made 69 people infected positively, 5 people recovered, and 4 people died. WHO has announced the Corona outbreak originating from Wuhan, China, as a pandemic.