The Manifestation of a Learning Culture through Drawing Art, Batik Art, and Pottery (Ceramic) Art in the Communities of Jelekong-Bandung, Trusmi-Cirebon and Anjun-Purwakarta in the West Java Province of Indonesia
This study aimed to examine the manifestation of a learning culture through drawing (visual) art in the communities of Jelekong-Bandung, Trusmi-Cirebon, and Anjun-Trusmi Purwakarta. A qualitative method was used (the study was carried out on three cases). The study sought to answer the questions of what, why, and how the skills of learning culture are embedded in the three cases selected for the study. The research revealed that: drawing art is from the mountain region, the batik art is from the coastal region, and the pottery art is from the hills or mainland area with each having its own philosophy. In specific, the findings revealed that the concept of Inter-action culture is based on the following principles: (1) The principle of building a balanced personality or personal master; (2) The principle of behaviour formation, strategies, and actions of an active, productive and creative individual with a strong mental perception, (3) The principle of interests or sharing to meet the needs of living together, (4) The principle of exploring the potential of the natural environment (social, cultural) and the use of critical thinking , and (5) The principle of learning to work in a group (Learning Team).
Keywords: West Java Communities, Trusmi- Batik Cirebon, Learning Culture, Jelekong-Bandung (Drawing Art), and Anjun- Ceramic Purwakarta