An exhibition of traditional Balinese glass paintings “Seni Lukis Kaca Nagasepaha, Buleleng” in cooperation Teachers Academy (STKIP) in Singaraja. The exhibition is to support the preservation of traditional glass painting technique that is found in the village Nagasepaha in Singaraja province, north of Bali. 2 June-21 June A painting exhibition “Terus Terang Terang Terus“ of artworks by former and present students of local High School of Arts (SMSR) in Ubud. In cooperation with Ratna Wartha Foundation and Museum Puri Lukisan to supporting the young local people to appreciate Balinese art and the revival of historical school (SMSR) in Ubud, which was founded by the late Tjokorda Gde Agung Sukawati.
2 July – 2 October
This time Kebiar Seni exhibition “Bibit”, which is part of an annual program in the Museum, presents Balinese traditional art as opportunity for young Balinese artists. Our aim is to search for new talents (‘benih’ or ‘bibit’) to preserving and continuing the development in history of traditional paintings since the Pita Maha period, the 1930s.
28 October-28 November
Local artists association Sanggar Pelangi is showing their art through an exhibition “Pelangi” from Sayan area, some 4 km of Ubud. Their style is a continuation from the Young Artist Style, which was founded by the Dutch painter Arie Smit in the 1960’s.