The Reposition of the Art Education as the Humanist Formation Centre. This study was aimed to describe the form of the art education and to reveal the indication of the humanist formation process. This study was conducted in the dance education department, the faculty of languages and arts, Yogyakarta State University. The data were collected through observations, in-depth interviews, and documentation. The data were analyzed using the descriptive qualitative technique. The findings showed that the teaching of art in the dance practice classes was integrated with humanistic values, including: (a) aesthetical values; (b) social values; and (c) moral values. Through the teaching of art, students are guided directly to the achievement of the three domains, that is, cognitive, affecttive, and psychomotor domains. The humanist formation was indicated through the interaction among students both inside and outside the class in the form of humanistic behavior, such as helping one another and working together with friends in the teaching process. The first finding was called the hominization process while the second finding was called the humanization process.