PT Freeport Indonesia Supports Indigenous Papuan Kamoro Arts Exhibit

PT Freeport Indonesia Supports Indigenous Papuan Kamoro Arts Exhibit

people standing together Kamoro Art Exhibition & Sale
Kamoro Art Exhibition & Sale, items for sale

Kamoro Art Exhibition & Sale (photo from Pebby Adhe Liana / Tribun Jakarta)

Kamoro Art Exhibition & Sale (photo from Pebby Adhe Liana / Tribun Jakarta)

Friday, January 14, 2022 - 6:45am

CAMPAIGN: Freeport-McMoRan: Communities & People

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January 14, 2022 - PT Freeport Indonesia joined with two cultural foundations to host an exhibition and sale of Kamoro Art in Jakarta, Indonesia in late October.

Proceeds for the art sale went directly to the artists and the Maramowe Weaiku Kamorowe Foundation, an organization dedicated to the preservation of Kamoro traditional art in Mimika Regency, Papua.

Papua, Indonesia, is a culturally diverse region. PT Freeport Indonesia has engaged for decades with Indigenous Papuans through multiple formal agreements that promote workforce skills training as well as health, education, public infrastructure development, and participatory monitoring and evaluation of PT Freeport Indonesia-funded projects.

To learn more about how Freeport-McMoRan works in partnership with local stakeholders, please visit www.fcx.com/sustainability and read their 2020 Annual Report on Sustainability.