Dr. Kerry Chappell

Kerry is currently an Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Education at Exeter, where she leads the MA Creative Arts in Education Programme and provides dance expertise to the course. Kerry also leads the Creativity and Emergent Educational Futures Network and is a PhD and EdD supervisor. Kerry continues to work as a dance-artist within Exeter-based dance lab collective. Her research includes creativity in arts, science and transdisciplinary education and educational futures, alongside participatory research methodologies. 

Source: http://socialsciences.exeter.ac.uk/education/staff/profile/index.php?web_id=kerry_chappell

Jui-Ching Wang, D.M.A


Jui-Ching Wang, D.M.A., is Associate Professor at Northern Illinois University where she teaches world music courses and coordinates world music ensembles such as the Chinese music ensemble, Indonesian gamelan ensemble, and Middle Eastern music ensemble. As an active researcher, Wang has published articles in The International Journal of Research in Music Education, the Journal of Band Research, the Journal or Historical Research in Music Education, and the National Association for Music Education’s (NAfME) General Music Today and Music Educators Journal, and Chinese articles in The Performing Arts, Taipei Chinese Music, Music Browse, and the Journal of Aesthetic Education.  She is also a contributor to the New Grove Dictionary of American Music (2nd edition) and Teaching Asian Art: Content, Context, and Pedagogy, a National Art Education Association (NAEA) publication.

Source: https://www.niu.edu/music/meet-us/bio/wang.shtml

Prof. Dr. Yasraf Amir Piliang, M.A

Prof. Dr. Yasraf Amir Piliang, M.A works as a lecturer at the Faculty of Art and Design, Bandung University of Technology. He is a philosopher, cultural thinker, academic, and social observer from Indonesia. He is the founder of the Yasraf Amir Piliang Institute, an institution that studies contemporary culture. The publications that have been achieved include 'Coexistence between Spaces of Madness: Ecstasy Capitalism, Postmodernism and Cyberspace, Journal of Cultural Thought Insight, Issue 1, 2001 and' Posmodernism and Ecstasy Communication ', Journal of Communication Mediators, Volume 2, Number 2, 2001. He has published several books including ‘Post-Reality: Cultural Reality in the Post-metaphysical Era, Jalasutra Publisher, 2004 and Hyper-Semiotics: Cultural Studies Interpretation of the Death of Meaning, (planned to be published) Jalasutra Publisher, Yogyakarta, 2003.

Source: https://fsrd.itb.ac.id/dr-yasraf-amir-piliang-ma/


Jennifer Lindsay, P.hD.


Jennifer Lindsay came to Indonesia in 1970 and since then has been a Program Officer at the Form Foundation. She also participated in the making of project scripts and cataloging manuscripts in the Yogyakarta Palace. Currently she works as an Honorary Associate Professor at the School of Culture, History and Language at Australian National University. Jennifer is also a cultural consultant and observer of cultural policy in Southeast Asia.

Dr. A.M. Susilo Pradoko, M.Si.

Dr. A.M. Susilo Pradoko, M.Si. is an assistant professor who works as a lecturer at the Faculty of Languages and Arts, Yogyakarta State University. He has published a book called 1) Qualitative Method Paradigm, 2) Analysis of Foucauldian Genealogy Discourse, and 3) Critical Pedagogy'. Dr. A.M Susilo Pradoko serves as the chairman of the Indonesian Art Educators Association (2020)

Dr. Kuswarsantyo, M.Hum.

Dr. Kuswarsantyo, M.Hum. was born in Indonesia in 1965. He is a lecturer in the Department of Dance Education, Faculty of Language and Art, Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia. He is also an employee of the Yogyakarta Palace. Dr. Kuswarsantyo has published his researches in the fields of classical dance from the Yogyakarta Palace and folk dance in Jathilan. He has written and published several books including ‘Restoring the Art of Jathilan, ‘Joged Mataram Philosophy’, and ‘The Development of Classical Dance in Yogyakarta’.

Dr. Martono, M.Pd.

Dr. Martono, M.Pd. is one of the lecturers working in the Department of Fine Arts Education, Faculty of Language and Art, Yogyakarta State University. His areas of expertise include curriculum studies, fine arts learning technology, wood crafts, fine arts education, and three-dimensional visual aesthetics. He conducted research in the field of the existence of batik