Directions to Luce Hall





Southeast Asia Studies
Annual Cultural Festival 2006
hosted by the SEA Language & Literature Faculty
Friday, February 17, 6:00 - 9:00 P.M.
in the Common Room & Auditorium, Henry Luce Hall
34 Hillhouse Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut

This year's program highlights


*as well as other nations and cultures
of Southeast Asia

Food, Performances, Exhibits

Ramakien Thai Ramayana
performed by
Amnaj Jatuprayoon and his Dance Troupe of NYC

Traditional and Contemporary
Poles Tinkling Dance

KASAMA - Yale Filipino Club

Vietnamese Songs and Fashion Show
ViSA - Yale Vietnamese Student Association


exhibit of paintings by

Thang Tran
>Institute for Vietnamese Culture & Education

The Institute for Vietnamese Culture & Education (IVCE) is a non-profit organization founded in 2000. IVCE’s statement of purpose is to promote Vietnamese culture through Vietnamese language magazine, culture shows, music and art seminars, and exhibitions; to help students in Vietnam acquire basic and/or higher education by providing assistance to obtain admission, scholarships, grants, aid, books and supplies and through the student exchange program; to promote educational exchanges between Vietnam and the United States; to conduct humanitarian activities in Vietnam and in the United States


Images from Indonesia
Michael Lichtenfeld, Yale University

Southeast Asian Crafts Display
Southeast Asian Families & Friends
for information or to volunteer assistance

>click here to see info on Festival 2005 -which featured the
Gamelan Dharmaswara,
Balinese Gamelan Ensemble & Dancers from the Indonesian Consulate, New York

>click here to see info on 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)