Main Program: Bali in Frame



 
28 Oct 2017 13:00 - 14:15
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
Taman Baca. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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From the Majapahit Empire to the modern day, Balinese art has experienced groundbreaking periods of creativity. Join these young creatives – a painter, a photographer, an illustrator and a street artist – as they reveal the images of the island they love and the challenges of capturing a rapidly-changing and diverse society in a single frame.

Dari Kerajaan Majapahit sampai zaman modern, seni Bali telah mengalami masa-masa sulit dalam kreativitas. Bergabunglah dengan materi iklan muda ini melalui seorang pelukis, fotografer, ilustrator dan seniman jalanan, saat mereka mengungkapkan gambar pulau yang mereka cintai dan tantangan untuk menangkap masyarakat yang berubah dengan cepat dan beragam dalam satu bingkai.

Featuring

Ketut Yuliarsa

Ketut Yuliarsa has worked as a writer, actor and musician in Indonesia and Australia. He’s published two poetry collections and is currently advisor to the Bali Provincial Government Literary Program. …


Swoofone

I Wayan Subudi Yadnyana, known as Swoofone, is a Balinese street artist. He takes inspiration from Balinese temple illustrations and traditional Balinese clothes to create new shapes and compositions. His …


Kuncir Sathya Viku

Kuncir is a renowned Balinese graphic and mural artist, illustrator and painter. To create his artwork he dives into his origins, transforming the characters of the Rerajahan (a sacred Balinese …


Agung Parameswara

Agung Parameswara is a Bali-based freelance photographer whose work focuses on socio-cultural issues and travel. Through research and short courses he taught himself photography, and since then his work has …


Kun Adnyana

Dr Wayan Kun Adnyana has been teaching at the Indonesian Institute of Arts Denpasar (ISI)’s Faculty of Fine Art and Design since 2003. He has contributed articles on a variety …



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