PENDAMPINGAN PENGUATAN IDENTITAS KAMPUNG ANGGUR MELALUI PENCIPTAAN MURAL UNTUK MASYARAKAT DI CIMAHI
Ariesa Pandanwangi, Ismet Zainal Effendi, Belinda SUkapura Dewi, Erika Ernawan
A city that possesses distinctive characteristics not found in other cities can become its identity and be recognized by the public. One such example is the Grape Village located in the city of Cimahi. The Grape Village serves as a successful model for grape cultivation and is acknowledged by the local government. The wider community can also purchase grape seedlings and receive guidance on how to care for grape plants. The Grape Village features grape gardens planted in half-drum-shaped pots, with some vines allowed to climb along the top of the alley leading into the grape village. To strengthen the identity of the Grape Village, a visual element that represents the location is needed. The purpose of this community service is to provide a step-by-step process for creating a mural in the Grape Village. The method used is the Participatory Action Research (PAR) method. The resulting mural is a 30-meter-long artwork featuring decorative grape plant objects with vibrant colors.
Cimahi, decorative, Grape Village, PAR method, mural
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