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MENTAL DISABILITIES EXHIBITION AT ARTOTEL SANUR BALI

Another Hope Campaign by ARTOTEL Sanur Bali is held at the lobby, highlighting some of mental health issues. With a theme, A Hope for Mental Disabilities, ARTOTEL presents the paint exhibition made by those who are dealing schizophrenia from Komunitas Peduli Skizofrenia Indonesia (KPSI). The exhibition is made with a hope that the patients would be able to express their…
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“Balinese Living Arts” Beliefs, Rituals and Spirits behind day-to-day life in Bali

With the mission to honor the past tradition by promoting proudness, happiness, peace and good healing spirit, Desa Visesa Ubud proudly presents the Balinese Living Arts show performance inspired by beliefs, rituals and spirits behind day-to-day life in the village. The art performance happens amongst the rice paddies at Desa Visesa. They present 2 different stories; The Manifestation of Siwa…
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Pascal Hierholz’s Impressions of Indonesia Exhibition at Pullman Bali Legian

Pascal Hierholz also known as Paisi, has always had a deep affinity for the myriad cultural landscapes of the world. He’s a Creative Director in advertising, design and digital communications, living in Indonesia since 2010. Working in this field for the last 25 years starting as an Art Director in Paris, led him to many different places around the world:…
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WRITTEN IN THE SKY EXHIBITION BY HONOLD FINE ART UBUD AT TONYRAKA ART GALLERY

Jumaldi Alfi, Marco Cassani, Heri Dono, Fendry Ekel, Louise Manifold, Ivan Sagita, Filippo Sciascia, Sally Smart and Narcisse Tordoir are 9 names of artists who are contributing to another exhibition held by Honold Fine Art Ubud under the name, Written in the Sky. The exhibition is held on November 24th until 24th of December this year as the third pop…
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DARI MASA KE RASA #2; ART EXHIBITION AT GRIYA SANTRIAN GALLERY SANUR

Five emerging artists from different regions of Indonesia are gearing up for an art exhibition with a theme, Dari Masa Ke Rasa #2. They are Agung Tato Suryanto (Surabaya), Agustan (Jakarta), Angga Sukma Permana (Yogyakarta), Made Kenak Dwi Adnyana (Bali), and M. Muhlis Lugis (Makasar). Yogyakarta was the place where all five of them met in the same class at…
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