Carrying the theme "All The Things That Iove", Himafo Student Activity Unit (UKM Himafo) State University of Malang (UM) held a post-training exhibition Himafo XXXVI. The exhibition was held at UKM Hall 1st floor, i7 UM building for five days (21-25 / 01). Dewangga Mustika Putra as the coordinator of the Himafo exhibition chose the theme. According to him, the works that are displayed and presented are free and whatever the author likes can be expressed through his work. "Whatever is liked and it is up to the writer to present it through his work,". He said.
The Himafo XXXVI post-education exhibition is a presentation from Himafo batch 36 which has passed 100 days after basic education and training (Diklat) using elements of composition and exposure. This is the first time with the theme "All The Things That I love", Along with 30 writers with various genres of interest. 59 works that are presented in the form of visuals from each artist, whether they love food, the beauty of nature, the excitement of street stories, the love for the work process, even the authors present “I or I” to a subject or object that has something to do. The organization of Himafo's post-training exhibition every year is different, covering a variety of work processes, objects that are explored, as well as additional gallery settings and different themes that are presented each year.
Post-training exhibition presenting various events in it such as live music from the opus band on the first and second day, then continued on the second day there will be a talkshow about landscape photography from Rendy Setyohadi and on the last day there will be an announcement of the best work and discussion of general work results. The Himafo post-training exhibition is open from 15.30 pm to 21.30 pm. In addition, the Himafo post-training exhibition did not have a ticking system so that all visitors could enjoy the exhibition. Furthermore, the committee hopes that with a system like this it can meet the target audience of 1,000 and with post-training actors as a means of initiating discussion through works. "The exhibition that is held every year is getting better and the audience is always increasing every year" said Dewangga as the coordinator of the event. Apart from that, the visitors who were present could give suggestions and criticisms and even visitors could directly choose one of the works that would be the favorite work in the post-training exhibition Himafo XXXVI through a paper vote given by the committee. Nurul