Indonesian music, dance, puppetry, and mask-making traditions
In a public lecture at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 14, at the Southwest School of Art & Craft's Russell Hill Rogers Lecture Hall, Navarro Campus, 300 Augusta, Suanda will provide an overview of how Indonesian music, dance, puppetry, and mask-making traditions function as an indivisible aesthetic unit despite the diverse regional, religious, and aesthetic differences that influence them. Using this tradition as a springboard, Suanda will conduct several mask-making workshops with area schoolchildren and lead a teacher training workshop to explore how traditional arts can be intelligently integrated into the overall academic curriculum.
For more information, visit swschool.org, or call 224-1848.
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