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Jakarta Post

Even in the face of mounting economic uncertainty, 60-year-old Supana remains loyal to the art of the traditional Yogyakarta mask. He still makes the traditional masks by hand — a process that can take up to two weeks. Yogyakarta masks enjoy a rich and illustrious history as an icon of the region’s traditional performing arts.

Videographer: Donny Fernando
Intern Journalist: Dio Suhenda
Multimedia Editor: Kharishar Kahfi