Timur Indyah Poerwowidagdo earned her B.A. degree in Art Education from Diponegoro State University in Semarang, Java in Indonesia in 1964. She received her doctorandus degree also in Art Education from Yogyakarta State University in 1981. She served as a member of the Board of the Asian Christian Art Association (ACAA) from 1985 until 1990. She is both a member of the ACAA and Yogyakarta’s Artists Association in Indonesia. After completing her B.A. she taught art as well as architectural drawing in high school in Papua. When Poerwowidagdo moved to Yogyakarta, she gave lectures in art history and art appreciation at Yogyakarta State University where she had studied, as well as at Sarjana Wiyata University and Duta Wacana Christian University in Yogyakarta. Her work has been shown in both a solo sculpture exhibition and group art shows in Yogyakarta. One of her sculptures is in the collection of the Adam Malik Museum in Jakarta. In 1990 she retired from lecturing to join her husband in Geneva, Switzerland where he worked for the World Council of Churches. There she continued to teach art and painting to the members of The United Nation Women Guild. Her sketches, sculpture, and articles were published in the Asian Christian Art Association’s magazine Image. Currently she lives in Yogyakarta with her husband.