Probably no one will know if the typical pot and water fountain of the Island of the Gods have become favorite products for foreign travelers. The exterior design products made by Nyoman Agus Indrawan make travelers fall in love and look after them. Not surprisingly, many of them order it directly to his business premise located on Jalan Raya Kerobokan, Badung.
The successful entrepreneur of PT New Putra Agung said if he was very happy and proud because foreign travelers preferred his products. “The existence of pot and water fountain handicraft overseas could bring the image and the name of Bali. Moreover, these products do not only have a decorative function at home but also in public places,” he said friendly.
The performance of Japanese and Balinese artists in the Japan Festival Bali 2013 in the Taman Limut Temple, Pengosekan Kelod, Ubud, was very attractive and unique. The festival taking place for six days (Nov 28-Dec 3) presented a variety of dances and music. Such collaborative art performance was organized by Japan-Bali Association for Educational and Cultural Exchange. As the main show was the appearance of Mori - Gami (based on the story of Calonarang) and collaboration of Noh and gamelan performances involving Tsumura Reijiro (Japan) as a Noh dancer. There was also a collaboration of Wayang Beber Cudamani Studio, Ohno Makato (Flute/Japan) and Yasufuku Mitsuo (Percussion/Japan).
A total of 37 artists from Japan organized an exhibition in Ksiraarnawa Hall, Denpasar Art Center. The exhibition presented 221 paintings and was opened by the King of Kesiman, AA Ngurah Kusumawardhana, marked with the ribbon cutting on Friday (Oct 25). The four-day exhibition was closed on October 28, 2013. The exhibition was first held by especially bringing in painters from Japan and involving 20 elementary school children in Bali. “We do hope this joint exhibition would be visited by Balinese people and foreign tourists while enjoying holiday in Bali,” said Wayan Suena, Chief Organizer.
Nine Balinese artists organized an exhibition entitled Artainment in Guet Art Space, Sanur. These artists presented their best works of art in the context of capturing the contemporary symptoms of the art creativity. The exhibition opened on Tuesday (Nov 5) would last for a month. The artists participating in the Artainment exhibition are Made Budhiana, Wayan Redika, I Made Wiradana, Mahendra Mangku, I Ketut Tenang, I Made Oka, Made Romi Sukadana, V. Dedy Reru and I Wayan Wirawan.
Today we live in a global era. Globalization refers to a transparent world where our reality intertwines with various other realities beyond us from all over the world. Living the life in the global era is just like fibers complicatedly woven on the overlay of time and space called ‘the world.’ In a globalized world, with the process moving without knowing the territorial boundaries, no one can effectively and permanently claim to be the ‘center.’ Superiority of the center to the outskirts just remains in an illusion. In reality, the relationship between the center and periphery is now impossible to be ascertained, let alone be standardized.
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