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Established in 2016 by Australian and Indonesian museum professionals, Southeast Asia Museum Services (SEAMS) has extensive experience delivering a range of creative and innovative projects for our clients in the cultural sector. 


Provenance research Significance assessments Cataloguing Database and archives management Storyline and label development Exhibition design Detailed engineering design (DED) & budget planning Interactive displays & immersive experience


Educational programs for teachers and students Education packs E-learning modules Curatorial workshops Significance assessment workshops


Brand identity development Audience research Website development Social media strategies


Heritage interpretation Social history documentation Environmental design Community Engagement Programs Conservation Management Plans Heritage Impact Assessments (HIA)

Dwirahmi Suryandari
Museum and Heritage Specialist

Dwirahmi Suryandari (Ami) is currently a Predoctoral Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (MPIWG), a joint project at the Berlin’s Freie Universität, Humboldt-Universität, and Technische Universität as part of the Berlin Center for the History of Knowledge. Ami has a Master's degree in World Heritage Studies from BTU Cottbus, Germany. She has extensive experience as an independent curator, having curated a number of exhibitions including "Retrospective of Early 20th Century Semarang" and "The Work and Life of Thomas Karsten". She is also a published author of the book "Chinatown Semarang", which explores the Peranakan culture in the city where she resides.

Dyah Pandam Mitayani
Education and Design Specialist

Dyah Pandam Mitayani (Mita) is an education and design specialist with a Master of Arts in Education in Arts and Cultural Settings from King’s College London. She brings her expertise to bear in crafting captivating exhibitions and educational programs, collaborating with UNESCO, the Western Australian Museum, and other esteemed institutions. Notable projects include 'Tetangga: People, Places, and Objects Across Borders', and the revitalization of the Taman Siswa museum's permanent exhibition. Passionate about promoting cultural understanding, Mita's work reflects her commitment to creating immersive experiences that is inclusive and educational.



Australia-Indonesia Institute

Australia-ASEAN Council

UNESCO Multisectoral Regional Office for Southeast Asia


Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia

The Ministry of Education, Culture and Science of the Netherlands

Office of Culture of Jakarta Capital Special Region

Office of Culture of Sawahlunto City

Office of Culture of the Special Region of Yogyakarta


Borobudur Conservation Office
Dewantara Kirti Griya Tamansiswa Museum
Jakarta History Museum
National Museum of Indonesia
Sonobudoyo Museum
Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II Museum
Western Australian Museum


Deakin University Australia

Sydney Southeast Asia Centre

Universitas Gadjah Mada

Clients & Partners
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