Puji Yosep Subagiyo lahir di Purworejo, Jawa Tengah. Ia adalah seorang konservator senior bersertifikasi internasional; dari tahun 1986 sampai 2016 bekerja di Museum Nasional, Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan. Sejak 2017, Subagiyo menjadi Direktur PT. Primastoria Network Group (PNG).
Pemegang Unesco Fellowship Award dari tahun 1989 sampai 1992 ini mendapatkan pendidikan sains konservasi di Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultural Properties (TNRICP), Jepang dari 1989-1990; pernah mengikuti kursus “spotting” di International Fabricare Institute (IFI) di Maryland – Amerika Serikat; serta mengikuti berbagai kursus analisis konservasi di Conservation Analytical Laboratory of Smithsonian Institution (CAL/SI) di Washington D.C., Amerika Serikat (1991-1992).
Selama periode magang di Smithsonian Institution, Subagiyo telah mengadakan kunjungan observasi di laboratorium-laboratorium museum dan lembaga penelitian di kota New York, Harrisburg, dan Washington D.C. Ia pernah ambil bagian dalam pengamatan kerusakan pakaian astronout di National Air and Space Museum (NASA) di Washington D.C. dan perunjukkan teknik pencelupan warna di Carnegie Mellon College, Maryland.
Subagiyo yang telah mengikuti pendidikan lebih dari 8.000 jam dan 30 tahun lebih berpengalaman di bidang konservasi, banyak melakukan penelitian aneka bahan dan teknik pembuatan tekstil tradisional, penulisan, mengikuti dan pembicara pada berbagai seminar internasional. Di Studio Primastoria, ia juga melayani jasa konsultasi dan konservasi tekstil, lukisan, logam, dan aneka benda etnografi. Download My CV.
Puji Yosep Subagiyo was born in Purworejo, Central Java. Since 1986, Subagiyo has worked for the National Museum of Indonesia, Ministry of Education and Culture. He was resigned as an observator for the Conservation Department in 2016, and from early 2017 – he is a director for PT. Primastoria Network Group (PNG).
Subagiyo has an educational background of conservation sciences of Tokyo National Research Institute of Cultural Properties (TNRICP, Japan, 1989/90). Furthermore, Subagiyo completed professional experience – for both skill development and knowledge enhancement in the field of textile conservation – at the Conservation Analytical Laboratory of the Smithsonian Institution (CAL/SI, Washington D.C., 1991/ 92) and International Fabricare Institute (IFI, Maryland District, USA, 1992). He also has taken intensive courses on wood conservation, metal conservation, textile conservation, leather conservation, dye analysis, display materials and exhibitions, and other courses in his home country and abroad.
Through research, Subagiyo and co-workers studied the gilded cloth (kain prada), mordanted cloth (for batik and jumputan), and metal threaded cloth (kelim/ tapestry, pilih, songket, sungkit, etc) at TNRICP of Japan. Then, Subagiyo accelerated the result at CAL/SI of Washington D.C. and the National Museum of Jakarta. He studied the crocking tests for Early Synthetic Dyes, the tensile strength of ‘prada’ binder, the ingredient ‘jangkang-kepuh’ of prada, and tested the color changing of Indonesian Natural Dyes. He actively writes articles and participates in the activities relating to conservation of cultural material in national, regional or international forums.
This holder of ‘Unesco Fellowship Awards’ from 1989 to 1992 has taken a great opportunity in his field of discipline in the United States of America. He visited the conservation laboratories at museums of New York City, Harrisburg and Washington D.C. (i.e. Conservation Centre of NYU, Metropolitan Museum of Arts, National Gallery, Textile Museum, etc.). He demonstrated the para-red dyeing (which is principally similar to ‘mengkudu’ dyeing) at Carnegie Mellon College of Maryland; and took part in the physical examination of color changing of (astronout) spacesuits at Garber Facility, the National Air and Space Museum (NASA) at Washington D.C.
Subagiyo has the computer knowledge for word-processing, spread-sheets, (stand-alone, clients/ server and web enabled) relational-databases, publishing, multimedia, web designing (internet) and networking. He is now conducting the inventorial works in special databases and has established the inventory system with textual data and multimedia running on PC and Macintosh. His classification and his inventory system are directed toward research, conservation, exhibition, etc. His most developed system is “CuraTool” for managing the collections of National Museum and the Presidential Palaces.
Subagiyo with more than 8,000 hours attended education and more 30 years conservatorial experience, in his private Primastoria Studio conservation studio offers the conservation for textiles, paintings, metals, papers and most ethnographic objects. Download My CV.Alamat: Taman Alamanda Blok BB2 No. 55-59, Bekasi 17510 Phone | Line | WA: 08128360495 and 0818241272 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org