Directions to Luce Hall





Southeast Asia Studies
Annual Cultural Festival 2005
hosted by the SEA Language & Literature Faculty
Saturday, February 12, 6:00 - 9:00 P.M.
in the Common Room, Luce Hall, 34 Hillhouse Avenue

This year's program highlights


*with a special presentation
in remembrance of the Tsunami victims of Southeast Asia by Yale students
from Indonesia and Thailand

Food, Performances, Exhibits
(click on images and/or highlighted titles below for information links, photos, etc.)

featuring the
Gamelan Dharmaswara,
Balinese Gamelan Ensemble & Dancers
from the Indonesian Consulate, New York


Silat Tuo Minang & Seni Silat Haqq

Performance and Demonstration

featuring Sh. Bapak Waleed "Leonardo Stoute"
>East West Creative Arts Studios, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Co-sponsored by the
Graduate and Professional Student Senate at Yale

exhibit of paintings by

Wisnu Sasongko
2004–05 Paul T. Lauby Artist in Residence,
Overseas Ministry Studies Center

--a 2002 graduate of the Faculty of Fine Art, Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta, Sasongko is a painter of evocative acrylic and oil images, who has exhibited in Germany, Canada, the United States, and Indonesia. His art has been published by the Asian Christian Art Association.


Fashion Show
by members of the Yale Vietnamese Student Association - ViSA

Dance Performance
by members of the Yale Filipino Student Association - KASAMA)

Southeast Asian Crafts Sale
Proceeds to be donated to tsunami relief efforts

for information or to volunteer assistance

>click here to see info on last year's Festival 2004
(which featured the Nguyen Dinh Nghia Family Ensemble of Vietnamese instrumentalists

>Click here to see photo scrapbook from Festival 2003 (which featured Balinese Dancers from the Indonesian Consulate, NYC)