Having been organized for three weeks, the International Studio Arts and Culture (ISAFCA) between the students of Faculty of Fine Arts and Design (FSRD) of the Indonesia Institute of Arts (ISI) Denpasar and Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts (ALVA), University of West Australia (UWA) as an art learning activity in the campus of the ISI Denpasar was finally closed on Friday (Jul 13).
“Closing ceremony of the activity was graced with the showcasing of the art learning results of 11 foreign students in the campus of the ISI Denpasar,” said Deputy Rector III of ISI Denpasar, I Made Subrata, after opening the exhibition.
They displayed a variety of creative artworks starting from the results of their photo hunting in some areas, painting with objects around the campus and Denpasar Art Center, woodcut monochromatic and multicolor print, Kamasan painting, and novels in black and white.
In the one-week exhibition, each student featured seven types of work and a novel. Subrata said it was an activity posing the result of cooperation of the ISI Denpasar with the University of Western Australia. It was a program of the second time where the first one was held in 2011. For this year, the entourage led by Prof. Paul Trinidad also learned to paint in the Kamasan style of Klungkung. “We hope this program can provide valuable knowledge and experience to all the participants,” he concluded. (BTN/015)