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Sasirangan Saturdays

ETA Lillian Rhinehart was able to attend a Sasirangan workshop with her English co-teachers, Ibu Nita and Ibu Yulia. Here, Lily not only got to learn how to sew, band together the design, and dye Sasirangan but also gained valuable insight into the origins of the art.

Sasirangan is the traditional clothing of South Kalimantan. The title of Sasirangan originated from the Banjar words sirang or menyirang, meaning “to stitch together”. As the name suggests, designs are created by sewing patterns with thick string. Next, the patterns will be rubber banded to prevent the dye from penetrating or covering the design. The sewing, banding, and dyeing techniques combine to form special motifs. Each color and design has its rich history and meaning. Originally, Sasirangan was worn by the wealthy and powerful populations of Sasirangan, in addition to being used to heal the sick. Different colors were associated with various spiritual and mystical properties, with each motif having to be guided by the insight of local spiritual leaders or elders.

Today, the intricate and expressive art has made its way into the everyday fashion and identity of South Kalimantan. Each piece of Sasirangan is made uniquely and with intention, often taking days to months to create. As Ibu Yulia has said, “If it is not expressive, bright, and standing out, it is not Sasirangan!” Lily was honored to learn about the art and even bought her own Sasirangan for casual wear and her school uniform. Lily has loved learning more about this identity and is excited to learn more about South Kalimantan’s history and identity.

Lillian “Lily” Rhinehart is currently teaching at SMAN 4 Banjarbaru, South Kalimantan.

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