Strayer, Connie
October 1994
Surface Design Journal;Fall94, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p26
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the tour of several members of the Surface Design Association (SDA) in Indonesia. The 25 artists from the U.S. was able to tour for 15 days particularly in central Java, together with Don Willcox, an authority on Asian textile and crafts, who led the group to some of the most artistic and creative places in Indonesia. The visit began in the spacious Sultan's Palace in Yogyakart, Java, wherein the visitors were introduced with the design elements of Indonesia's major religions. It ended through a visit at the shadow puppet maker, where they witness the puppeteer from both the front and back.


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