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(From The Jakarta Post)
Byline: Stevie Emilia, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta
It may be strapped for cash, but the Jakarta Art Summit and its roster of local and international artists will allow exploration into the meaning of contemporary performances, with a particular focus on visual arts during the monthlong event.
Organized every three years in the hope to forge intercultural understanding among nations in the spirit of world peace, the 4th Art Summit Indonesia 2004 International Festival on Contemporary Performing & Visual Arts is scheduled to run at three different venues from Sept. 11 to Oct. 10.
Fifteen internationally renowned groups will offer dance, music and theater performances, while the works of visual artists -- paintings, …