In the new issue of Southeast of Now, Professor Kaja McGowan wrote an essay about teaching at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum (Professor McGowan’s essay ). There is also a Roundtable on Teaching Southeast Asian Contemporary Art to which many of our former graduate students and emeritus faculty have contributed! Professor Dadi’s work is mentioned as well.
Indonesia, Bali, Negara
Ceiling canopy (leluhur) with a design of holy men and lotus surrounding the symbol of Siwa
Silk embroidery on cotton, with mirror glass, scrap cloth triangles and nylon fringe
Collection of the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University
Acquired through the George and Mary Rockwell Fund, 2007.031.008
Photograph courtesy of the Johnson Museum