Jumat, 19 Juni 2015

Stranger in Paradise: Of Indokrupuks and Tjokaholics


Of Indokrupuks and Tjokaholics

Ni Made Jessica Keatinge, at home, on the day of her tooth-filing 3 June 2015
When I first lived in Indonesia in Surabaya, East Java, in 1973, people of mixed blood were called Indo. During the colonial era it was a derogatory expression: there was discrimination against, and even special schools for, the Indos. I remember my Javanese friend taking me to see some indo girls in East Surabaya, and being struck by their hazel-eyed, long-limbed, honey-coloured beauty. They were popular as models for advertising skin-whitening productions. Back then, in the 1970s, they were regarded as great exotic beauties.Indos seemed to live in European-style houses and behave more like Dutch people.
Fast forward 40 years and the word Indo now means Indonesian and any stigma attached to being mixed-blood has totally disappeared.
The great Buckminster Fuller’s prediction that by the year 2050 everyone on the planet would be tea-coloured is not far wrong, certainly not in Bali, where the expat community is very mixed.
Jakarta wags use expressions such as Indokrupuk Bali-German or Indokrupuk Bali-Aussie to describe these kids. Originally Indokrupukwas a derogatory term for an ugly Indo (rare, somehow, as the Dutch and Javanese genes seemed to be well-matched for mixing), but is now just amusing, and bantered around high-society circles.
Before the advent of surfing, and bronzed beach boys, it was mostly the Balinese aristocracy who took European wives — girls with whom they had been studying abroad. The children of these unions tended to become doctors or TV stars, to marry Europeans themselves, and then to disappear.
In the late 1970s, Aussie girls in particular started falling in love with Kuta beach stud-muffins and ‘Love as long as your visa lasts’ sometimes became a life of drudgery in a Perth suburb. There were, of course, many exceptions!
But these girls tended to take their exotic hubbies home.
In the 1980s there emerged, in Ubud, a new breed of Balinese husband-hunter, the Tjokaholics. These tended to be well-educated girls from good families — Tokyo Japanese and East Coast Americans for the most part — who loved the Balinese culture and wanted to marry into Balinese palaces. These unions produced some of the most talented classical Balinese dancers (such as Peliatan), chiropractors (such as Puri Saren, Ubud), and entrepreneurs (such as Geria Tapak Gangsul, Denpasar).
Meanwhile, the villa people arrived in Canggu in the 21st century with children as backup, and the expat playing-field was levelled: 50%Indokrupuk, 50% paleface, where it remains, pretty much, today.
3 June 2015: A special tooth-filing in Sanur
42 years ago I sailed to Bali on a 35-foot ketch with Sydney mate, Mark Keatinge. I stayed; he went back to Byron Bay, to breed.
In 1989 he returned, took a lovely local Sanur bride, and had two more daughters. Today is their tooth-filing!!
Mark’s wife, Ketut, is a leader in the community, so the house courtyards are packed. Mark was awarded an honour — the Order of Australia Medal — from the Australian Government for his humanitarian assistance during the weeks after the first Bali Bomb.
Today, their girls look like Bollywood goddesses! Everyone is beaming with joy. It’s fantastic the way the Balinese just fold us into their society. (see photo below).
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14 June 2015: To Wantilan Lama, Batu Jimbar, Sanur: Soft launch of an important book: Pray, Magic, Heal about the real Ketut Liyer, by David Stuart-Fox

Photo above: (standing, left to right) Diana Darling, Frank Morgan (who generously hosted the event), the Stranger, Desak Suarti, Kadek Krishna Adidharma, Sarita Newson, Graeme MacRae (anthropologist from New Zealand), Rucina Ballinger, Mrs. David Stuart-Fox, Janet de Neefe, Leonard Lueras; (seated) Rio Helmi, David Stuart-Fox, Garrett Kam (Photo by Rucina Ballinger).
35 years before Ketut Liyer of Ubud became famous as Elizabeth Gilbert’s faith healer, writer David Stuart-Fox started a friendship with him that led to this book. Stuart-Fox is one of a small band of scholars who spent time in Bali in the 1970s; he has come back regularly ever since. His voice in this excellent illustrated book (with 48 of Liyer’s ‘magic drawings’) has never been stronger and purer.
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Friday, 12 June 2015: A dinner at the Consul-General’s Residence for Allaster Cox, First Assistant Secretary South-East Asia Maritime Division, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade 
Haters and whingers of Australia get real: your government does a great job in Asia.
The Australian Consulate-General in Bali hosts many elegant events. It puts together leaders from the Balinese and the Australian expat community. Recently it hosted an event for the Emerging Writers Festival, and another evening for business people, at which Julie Bishop gave a rousing speech. One for Australian and Balinese artists is coming up.
Tonight, Bali is represented by the assistant GM of Bali Hai Cruises and Ida Bagus Krisna of the Segara Beach Village family (his grandparents were pioneers in Bali tourism; his father now heads Bali’s Hotel and Restaurant Association).
For four decades I have worked as gardener for nearly all the Australian ambassadors; over this time I have been impressed by the intelligence, compassion, and deep understanding of Indonesian customs and character our ambassadors and visiting ministers have shown. Australia is blessed to have had, since independence in 1901, good governance and limited corruption — which you can’t say about many other countries around here — or, indeed, anywhere.
Seeing up-close the amazing contribution Australia often makes to Indonesia — in academic research, in the arts, in aid, in disaster relief — I have come to feel that the way so many Australians perpetually have the boot into whomever our PM or Foreign Minister may be is disloyal. All the embassy and consul staffs I spoke to tonight, who have all spent considerable time abroad, agree.
Equally, when things go sour between the two countries as they now are, I find it unforgiveable that the Australian press beats it up with incendiary reporting. The Indonesia-bashing and-hating on social media lately are alarming.
On the Indonesian side, there has been a lot of Australia-bashing — our record with our indigenous Australians and refugees is brought up time and again, as is our Big Brother posturing. But these articles come from the gutter press and don’t represent the feeling of the Indonesian people (certainly not the Balinese) for whom Australia is number one holiday and higher-education destination.
The Balinese understand our underbelly — they’ve had 40 years to get used to it. They even find our boganism amusing, and can relate to it. We’re all island folk together
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Architecture Corner
Alaya Kuta Hotel Opens:
Last month I completed a landscape design for this budget boutique hotel ― it had to be cheap and cheerful. My office did the interior design for the restaurant as well. I decided to cover the four-storey blank wall, poolside, with a lamak (woven Balinese offering) mosaic pattern, but it looked too busy and ‘Hindu’ (the owners are Christian), so I secretly developed a pattern based on a Barong’s vest, enlarged it 100 times, and called it ‘Lady Di’. They loved it! Now it’s the talk of the town. Ha!
(Photo courtesy of Gabriel Ulung Wicaksono)
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Full coral Kul Kul at Batu Jimbar villas designed by Geoffrey Bawa and built by
Wayan Cekog and A.A. Arum from Intaran Sanur in 1970




Cokorda Pemecutan XI, Raja Denpasar (Centre), his wife and palace priest Pedanda Telabah celebrate
his 
oton Balinese birthday in the palace

Travel Diaries: Bogor Cipicong - Sumatran Architecture



Bogor Cipicong - Sumatran Architecture

The ‘Constable’ snap of the Kebun Raya Bogor’s main lake
Last month I wrote in this column of the untimely death of Jakarta’s great designer Jaya Ibrahim. This month I travelled to Cipicong, Bogor, for his 40 days ceremony and a wake of sorts.
Arranging a trip to Cipicong for a Saturday evening event requires a bit of planning: I had a ticket for a 15:00-Cengkareng-arrival (we were invited for 6pm). There was no way my Jakarta friends wanted to be on the Jagorawi highway after four, so I took an earlier flight and decided once landed in Bogor, to kill time by visiting the Kebun Raya Bogor (Bogor Botanical Gardens).
Denpasar-Jakarta flights are all jam-packed these days, so I had to upgrade to business class to get on the 11:50 flight.
On the way to the airport I made a startling discovery: some disfiguring brickwork. Below was my response, posted in Facebook:
“Breaking news: Authorities brick off view to obscene natural planting roundabout at airport (at start of the new elevated highway over Benoa Bay). Possibly the last piece of virgin land in South Bali, the large grassy island has long been an embarrassment to municipal officials — a green belt devoid of budget hotel, Ramayana monument or fibreglass frog waste bins. Soon balihos (billboards) will obliterate the nasty views to sea and domestic tourists will be able to proceed to Joger and Beachwalk without unseemly distraction.”
Once on board I found a host of Jakarta businessmen in batik shirts scraping and bowing to a countryman in 6E. I did not recognize the man from the papers. Could this be the legendary businessman Tommy Winata, I wondered.
“Thank you for coming,” everyone kept saying to him. I fantasized that this was the board of directors of the Benoa Bay reclamation project! (my Trotskyite tendencies emerge once surrounded by batik shirts in Executive Class).
“Who is that?” I asked a hostie.
“The CEO of Garuda,” she replied.
Then there was an odd announcement that a passenger had not turned up and that there would be a 20-minute delay while they reconfigured the ‘load list’.
“But I can’t stand 20 more minutes of this Addie M.S. Dutch pensioner music,” I screamed and the CEO laughed. I hope my ploy works, and that the ghastly jingoistic cabin music is finally retired.
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The Istana Bogor as seen from Kebun Raya
Arriving in Jakarta I found that the traffic was mercifully light — we were at the Kebun Raya in no time. I found the gardens rather unkempt and full of picnickers (nice, but in Indonesia picnickers leave their bodyweight in plastic, so the gardens were messy).
The sky was grey, the giant Victoria regia water lilies looked unhappy (kiddies now lob ‘Aqua’ bottles onto the broad leaves) and the tempayanpots in the Istana Bogor gardens broken. No mouse deer roamed.
Lady Raffles memorial and Saturday picnickers
Rather half-heartedly, I took a few snaps that caused quite a stir on Facebook. ‘Like a Constable’ venerable photographer Tim Street-Porter commented on Facebook from LA (see photo this page).
I always visit the Lady Raffles Memorial rotunda and lay a flower; her husband, Sir Stamford, is my all-time hero. Sadly, there is now rather a lot of lime green orientational signage surrounding the rotunda, but it’s still handsome and atmospheric.
The gardens remain wonderful. My advice? Only go there during the week. And have a helicopter on hand. We spent the next four hours circling Batutulis Train-Station-of-the-Damned in the most horrific bumper-to-bumper packed bemo traffic, thanks to reliance on GPS!
NEVER RELY ON GPS in Indonesia. In Jakarta, always insist that one’s host sends a luxury car to the airport.
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Asmoro Damais Arifin and friend at Jaya Ibrahim’s Cipicong house
Finally at 8:30 pm I reach Jaya’s amazing Cipicong estate, announced by candlelit lanterns rising into the sky across the rice fields.
It is a beautiful beautiful night at the Cipicong Villa. I find Jaya’s partner, John sending up the amber lanterns — the palace itself is glowing amber in the dark.
After seven hours on the road my head is spinning, and the house – filled to the gills with beautiful people in white — seems like a labyrinth at a gay sauna (whatever that is), a sort of hall of mirrors where one keeps getting lost, and then bumps into the same queen. Nephews give great speeches, people cry. Agung, my assistant, sees Jaya smiling in the kitchen in a Javanese version of Balinese dress. Agung sees dead people and green goddesses. The local villagers and their grandchildren frolic in the vast kitchen.
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Sumatra Architecture Tour
Last month I promised to do a special feature on visiting Sumatra’s architecturally rich areas. I’ll start this month with West Sumatra (ran out of space for photos last month) and Lake Toba. I have just started a Facebook page too: Traditional Architecture of Sumatra (photos, videos, essays).

View to Lake Maninjau near Bukittinggi, West Sumatra
Trip One (2 days): West Sumatra
Fly into Padang and drive towards Bukitinggi.
Bukittinggi, Payakumbuh, Pagaruyung, and Batusangkar are all worth seeing. Those are the best areas for Minangkabau architecture. Another place to visit is Pandai Sikek (=Sikat), a small town on the road between Padang Panjang and Bukittinggi. It is best known for its songket weaving, but it is also the place where the best Minangkabau house carvings panels are made.
Rumah Gadang Minangkabau houses in Solok, West Sumatra
Return to Padang via Solok which has a lot of interesting rumah gadang traditional houses and, halfway between Solok and Padang at Jorong Kayu Jao, an exceptional early 15th century timber mosque.

Along the road from Tongging to Silalahi, Lake Toba, North Sumatra
Trip Two: Lake Toba, North Sumatra (5 days)
Fly into Medan. Rent an Innova or Avanza car and driver to pick you up at airport and drive (3 hours) to Tongging via the heritage Batak Karo village of Dokan (5 min. detour) on the crater lake’s edge. Stay Toba lakeside at Tongging (losmen).
View of Lake Toba from outside Silalahi
Day 2: Drive to Silalahi Village after breakfast; very scenic lakeside road, then up the caldera edge (good road) and along excellent road south and down again to Samosir Island from Tele (there is a causeway). Best to Google and plan itinerary, as there are waterfalls, hot springs, and culture shows (good), and so to explore the island and its amazing architecture over two days. There are some good Batak house bungalow hotels.

Silalahi Village, Lake Toba
Day 4: Take ferry from Tuk Tuk to Prapat and visit museum at Balige and a few of the villages nearby. There’s great traditional architecture in every direction! Fly Susi Air from Silangit near Balige (15:00 hours) back to Medan, and connect on to Jakarta.
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Detail of Batak Toba house front on Samosir Island

Traditional Batak great house near Manurung, Porsea, Lake Toba
Alternatively, one could combine both trips by driving or by taking bus from Bukittinggi to Prapat on Lake Toba (about 17 hours); very scenic but exhausting. Take ferry across to Tuk Tuk (tourist trip) on Samosir Island.
Batak Tobak Samosir house
Be warned:
Hotel accommodation in any category is basic at best in the Lake Toba area. Tongging losmen and Samosir Island bungalows/losmen are fine. In Bukittinggi and Padang there are some decent hotels.

Rabu, 17 Juni 2015

Jadwal Lengkap Pesta Kesenian Bali 2015



13Jun. Sabtumap
14:00
Pelepasan Pawai
Pesta Kesenian Bali XXXVII Tahun 2015
Bajra Sandi
Renon Denpasar
20:00
Peresmian Pembukaan
Pesta Kesenian Bali XXXVII Tahun 2015
dengan Pagelaran Oratorium
ISI Denpasar (Institut Seni Indonesia Denpasar)
Ardha Candra
14Jun. Minggumap
11:00
Kesenian Karawitan Klasik
Sekaa Angklung Kebyar Dharma Kerti
❖ Kab.Buleleng
Kalangan Angsoka
11:00
Parade Topeng Panca
Sekaa Topeng Sida Karya Wirastamba
❖ Kab.Karangasem
Ratna Kanda
11:00
Pementasan Keroncong
The Indonesia Keroncong Center
Ksirarnawa Hall
14:00
Partisipasi Dinas Pariwisata & Ekonomi Kreatif NTT
Dinas Pariwisata & Ekonomi Kreatif
Kalangan Ayodya
17:00
Partisipasi Dinas Pemuda, Kebudayaan & Pariwisata Bangkalan
Dinas Pemuda, Kebudayaan & Pariwisata
Kalangan Angsoka
17:00
Partisipasi Dewan Kesenian Balikpapan
Dewan Kesenian Balikpapan
Ratna Kanda
20:00
Partisipasi Dinas Pendidikan & Kebudayaan Kalimantan Barat
Dinas Pendidikan & Kebudayaan Kalimantan Barat
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Partisipasi Consulado Geral De Timor Leste
Consulado Geral De Timor Leste
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Lomba Wayang Kulit Tingkat Remaja
Sanggar Dewa Ruci
Kab.Badung
Wantilan
20:00
Partisipasi Dinas Pendidikan, Pemuda & Olahraga Provinsi Bali
Dinas Pendidikan, Pemuda & Olahraga Provinsi Bali
Ardha Candra
15Jun. Seninmap
11:00
Karawitan Klasik Gong Luang
Kuta Utara
Kab.Badung
Kalangan Angsoka
11:00
Partisipasi Perum Dinas Pemkab Kubu Perahu
Sanggar Seni Stiwang
Kalangan Ayodya
14:00
Lomba Taman Penasar
Sekaa Taman Penasar Linggar Petak
❖ Kab.Karangasem
Ratna Kanda
17:00
Pementasan Musik Provinsi Gorontalo
Grup Musik Gorontalo
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Tari dan Karawitan Inovatif
Sanggar Sana Sini
❖ Kab.Jembrana
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Lomba Wayang Kulit Ramayana Tingkat Remaja
Sanggar Candra Dwani
❖ Kab.Karangasem
Wantilan
20:00
Parade Gong Kebyar Wanita
Sekaa Gong Kebyar Wanita Ayu Nulus
Sekaa Gong Desa Bebetin
❖ Kab.Klungkung ❖ Kab.Buleleng
Ardha Candra
16Jun. Selasamap
11:00
Rekonstruksi Baris Mendak Toya
Kabupaten Badung
Kab.Badung
Kalangan Angsoka
11:00
Pementasan Rengganis
Sanggar Suara Ulangun
❖ Kab.Buleleng
Kalangan Ayodya
14:00
Lomba Taman Penasar
Sanggar Seni Gita Ulanguin
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Ratna Kanda
17:00
Parade Joged Bumbung
Joged Bumbung Banjar Antap
❖ Kota Denpasar
Ksirarnawa Terbuka
20:00
Lomba Wayang Kulit Ramayana Tingkat Remaja
Sanggar Santika
❖ Kab.Bangli
Wantilan
20:00
Parade Gong kebyar Anak-anak
Sekaa Gong Anak Anak Wirama Tirtayasa
Sekaa Gong Anak Anak Catur Eka Sidhi
Kab.Badung ❖ Kota Denpasar
Ardha Candra
17Jun. Rabumap
11:00
Parade Topeng Panca
Sekaa Topeng Kec. Pekutatan
❖ Kab.Jembrana
Ratna Kanda
14:00
Kesenian Wayang Wong
Koperasi Seniman Dewa Kocala Raqta
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Kalangan Ayodya
17:00
Parade Joged Bumbung
Sekaa Joged Kusuma Sari
❖ Kab.Karangasem
Ksirarnawa Terbuka
20:00
Pemutaran Film Dokumenter Bali
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Lomba Wayang Kulit Ramayana Tingkat Remaja
Sanggar Aringgit
❖ Kab.Klungkung
Wantilan
20:00
Parade Gong Kebyar Dewasa
Sekaa Gong Krisna Winangun
Sekaa Gong Gita Semara Sani
Kab.Badung ❖ Kab.Klungkung
Ardha Candra
18Jun. Kamismap
11:00
Kesenian Karawitan Klasik
Sanggar Sudamala
❖ Kab.Bangli
Kalangan Angsoka
11:00
Roro Jonggrang
Dinas Kebudayaan & Pariwisata Kab. Sleman
Kalangan Ayodya
14:00
Lomba Taman Penasar
Sekaa Taman Penasar Mangu Puspa Kencana
Kab.Badung
Ratna Kanda
17:00
Drama Tari Sunda Upasunda
Grup Laka Leke
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Pemutaran Film Dokumenter Bali
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Lomba Wayang Kulit Ramayana Tingkat Remaja
Sekaa Wayang Br. Tunjuk Kelod
❖ Kab.Tabanan
Wantilan
20:00
Parade Gong Kebyar Wanita
Sekaa Gong Kebyar Wanita Gita Kanyaka Shanti
Sekaa Gong Kebyar Wanita Desa Cempaga
❖ Kab.Karangasem ❖ Kab.Bangli
Ardha Candra
19Jun. Jumatmap
11:00
Pementasan Kesenian dari Kota Batam
Sanggar Seni Budaya Elang Perkasa
Kalangan Ayodya
14:00
Pementasan Kesenian Legong Klasik
Sanggar Seni Klasik Ardhanareswari
❖ Kota Denpasar
Ratna Kanda
20:00
Aksi Pesona Bintang Kenangan
Grup Aksi Pesona Bintang
Wantilan
20:00
Pementasan Drama Gong
Puspa Kencana Bon Bali
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Parade Semara Pagulingan
Sekaa Gong Werdhi Budaya
Sanggar Madu Lingga Yayasan Waturenggong
Kab.Badung ❖ Kab.Tabanan
Ksirarnawa Terbuka
20Jun. Sabtumap
11:00
Lomba Gender Wayang Anak-anak
❖ Kab.Gianyar ❖ Kota Denpasar ❖ Kab.Klungkung ❖ Kab.Bangli
Ratna Kanda
11:00
Kesenian Pelegongan
Sekaa Palegongan Samgita Kumara
❖ Kota Denpasar
Kalangan Ayodya
14:00
Janger Melampahan
Sanggar Ratu Kinasih
❖ Kab.Klungkung
Kalangan Angsoka
17:00
Parade Joged Bumbung
Sanggar Taksu Agung
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Ksirarnawa Terbuka
20:00
Parade Drama Gong
Sekaa Drama Gong Manggu Buana Kerti
Kab.Badung
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Tari dan Karawitan Inovatif
Sanggar Tri Datu
❖ Kab.Buleleng
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Lomba Wayang Kulit Ramayana Tingkat Remaja
Sanggar Saba Sari
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Wantilan
20:00
Parade Gong kebyar Anak-anak
Sekaa Gong Kebyar Anak-anak Banjar Ole Marga
Sekaa Gong Kebyar Anak-anak Banda Sawitra
❖ Kab.Tabanan ❖ Kab.Buleleng
Ardha Candra
21Jun. Minggumap
9:00
Lomba Melukis
area taman budaya
10:00
Workshop Kewanitaan (Merangkai Janur dan Bunga) 10:00-13:00
Ksirarnawa Hall
11:00
Lomba Gender Wayang Anak-anak
Kab.Badung ❖ Kab.Karangasem ❖ Kab.Tabanan ❖ Kab.Jembrana
Ratna Kanda
11:00
Pementasan Tari Tarian
Warisan Seni Budaya Nusantara UNIMED Prog. Studi Tari FBS
Kalangan Ayodya
14:00
Rekonstrusi Tari Wayang Wong
Grup Wayang Wong Desa Pakraman Kedui
❖ Kab.Bangli
Kalangan Angsoka
17:00
Parade Ngelawang
❖ Kab.Gianyar ❖ Kota Denpasar ❖ Kab.Jembrana
Ksirarnawa Terbuka
20:00
Surajit Sarkar
Surajit Sarkar
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Lomba Wayang Kulit Ramayana Tingkat Remaja
Sanggar P-Luk Jiner
❖ Kab.Jembrana
Wantilan
20:00
Tari dan Karawitan Inovatif
Sanggar Cita Usadhi
Kab.Badung
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Parade Gong Kebyar Dewasa
Sanggar Warnas Griya Bukit Bangli
Sekaa Gong Swadarmitha
❖ Kota Denpasar ❖ Kab.Bangli
Ardha Candra
22Jun. Seninmap
11:00
Kesenian Karawitan Klasik
Cupu Kembang Dewata
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Kalangan Angsoka
14:00
Lomba Taman Penasar
Sekaa Santi Dharma Yadnya
❖ Kab.Bangli
Ratna Kanda
17:00
Paguyuban Seni Klasik Ngoncang
Sanggar Lega Sawitra
❖ Kab.Buleleng
Kalangan Angsoka
20:00
Parade Drama Gong
Sekaa Drama Gong Puspa Anom
❖ Kab.Buleleng
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Lomba Wayang Kulit Ramayana Tingkat Remaja
PEPADI Kota Denpasar
❖ Kota Denpasar
Wantilan
20:00
Pementasan Wayang dan Teater
Rebeca Jane & Seniman Sukawati
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Parade Gong Kebyar Wanita
Sekaa Gong Putri Kencana
Sekaa Gong Wanita Wahana Gurnita
❖ Kota Denpasar ❖ Kab.Tabanan
Ardha Candra
23Jun. Selasamap
11:00
Parade Topeng Panca
Sanggar Seni Tugek Carangsari
Kab.Badung
Ratna Kanda
14:00
Pementasan Gong Gede Saih Pitu
Karang Taruna Putra Persada
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Kalangan Angsoka
17:00
Parade Joged Bumbung
Sekaa Joged Senganan Kangin
❖ Kab.Tabanan
Ksirarnawa Terbuka
20:00
Parade Drama Gong
Sekaa Drama Gong Wirajana
❖ Kota Denpasar
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Parade Arja
❖ Kab.Tabanan
Wantilan
20:00
Parade Gong kebyar Anak-anak
Sekaa Gong Anak Anak Widya Kumara
Sanggar Wredhi Asri Lestari
❖ Kab.Gianyar Kab.Badung
Ardha Candra
24Jun. Rabumap
11:00
Pementasan Angklung Saih Pitu
Sanggar Wahyu
❖ Kab.Buleleng
Kalangan Angsoka
11:00
Pementasan Janger Bengkala (Janger Kolok)
❖ Kab.Buleleng
Wantilan
14:00
Lomba Taman Penasar
❖ Kab.Tabanan
Ratna Kanda
17:00
Pementasan Sanggar Manik Winangun
Sanggar Manik Winangun
Kab.Badung
Kalangan Angsoka
20:00
Tari dan Karawitan Inovatif
Sanggar Bajra Cita
❖ Kab.Bangli
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Parade Arja
Sekaa Arja Seni Suara Ing Ringgit Penarungan
Kab.Badung
Wantilan
20:00
Parade Gong Kebyar Dewasa
Sekaa Gong Kebyar Puspa Mekar
Sanggar Saba Sari
❖ Kab.Gianyar ❖ Kab.Jembrana
Ardha Candra
25Jun. Kamismap
11:00
Kesenian Karawitan Klasik
Sekaa Gambang Geria Asri
❖ Kab.Klungkung
Kalangan Angsoka
14:00
Lomba Taman Penasar
Sekaa Taman Penasar Babakan Pule
❖ Kab.Klungkung
Ratna Kanda
17:00
Pementasan Sanggar Siwer Nadi Swara
Sanggar Siwer Nadi Swara
❖ Kota Denpasar
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Pementasan Wayang Golek
Komunitas Wayang Golek Pesisiran
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Parade Arja
Sanggar Seni Siwa Ratri
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Wantilan
20:00
Parade Gong Kebyar Wanita
Sekaa Gong Wanita Puspa Kencana Mekar
Sekaa Gong Wanita Gurnita Pradnya Citta
❖ Kota Denpasar ❖ Kab.Jembrana
Ardha Candra
26Jun. Jumatmap
11:00
Parade Topeng Panca
Sanggar Ade Suara Griya Bukit Bangli
❖ Kab.Bangli
Ratna Kanda
14:00
Prembon Inovatif
Sanggar Seni Duo Liku Cabang Gianyar
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Kalangan Ayodya
17:00
Pementasan Cakepung
Cita Wisata
❖ Kab.karangasem
Kalangan Angsoka
20:00
Parade Drama Gong Remaja
❖ Kab.Bangli
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Tari dan Karawitan Inovatif
Sanggar Seni Buana Kerta
❖ Kab.Karangasem
kriya front
20:00
Pementasan Legong Klasik dan Kreasi
Sanggar Pelangi Budaya Nusantara
❖ Kota Denpasar
Ksirarnawa Terbuka
27Jun. Sabtumap
11:00
Pementasan dari Grup Angguk Kinaryo Asih
Grup Angguk Kinaryo Asih
Kalangan Ayodya
14:00
Lomba Taman Penasar
Sanggar Suasana Budaya
❖ Kab.Jembrana
Ratna Kanda
17:00
Parade Joged Bumbung
Sekaa Joged Bumbung Adi Suara
Kab.Badung
Ksirarnawa Terbuka
20:00
Bharatnatyam Ballet ‘Parasakti’ (Doa Dewi Mahesasuramardini)
Nityamandala Dance Ensemble Mumbai India
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Pementasan Drama Gong
Sekaa Drama Gong Santhi Langu
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Tari dan Karawitan Inovatif
Sanggar Girianyar
❖ Kab.Gianyar
kriya front
20:00
Lomba Baleganjur Tingkat Remaja
❖ Kab.Gianyar Kab.Badung ❖ Kab.Klungkung ❖ Kab.Jembrana
Ardha Candra
28Jun. Minggumap
10:00
Workshop Kewanitaan (Busana) 10:00-13:00
Ksirarnawa Hall
11:00
Parade Topeng Panca
Sekaa Topeng Desa Kerambitan
❖ Kab.Tabanan
Ratna Kanda
11:00
Tari Legong dan Telek
Sanggar Seni Sasi Wimba
❖ Kota Denpasar
Kalangan Ayodya
14:00
Pementasan Tari Tarian
Sanggar Oka’s
❖ Kota Denpasar
Wantilan
17:00
Parade Ngelawang
❖ Kab.Klungkung ❖ Kab.Tabanan ❖ Kab.Bangli
Ksirarnawa Terbuka
20:00
Parade Drama Gong
Sekaa Drama Gong Werddi Bhuana
❖ Kab.Karangasem
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Fragmen Tari Onang Ocing
Sanggar Tari Tabuh Suara Kanti
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Wantilan
20:00
Lomba Baleganjur Tingkat Remaja
❖ Kota Denpasar ❖ Kab.Karangasem ❖ Kab.Tabanan ❖ Kab.Bangli ❖ Kab.Buleleng
Ardha Candra
29Jun. Seninmap
11:00
Pementasan Seni
Sekaa Seni Sari Yasa
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Ratna Kanda
14:00
Pementasan Drama Gong
Yayasan Bakti Senang Hati
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Kalangan Angsoka
17:00
Pementasan Genggong
Sekaa Genggong Batur Sari
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Ratna Kanda
20:00
Drama Tari Inovatif
Salju Group
❖ Kota Denpasar
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Parade Arja
Sekaa Arja Desa Adat Tanjung Bungkak
❖ Kota Denpasar
Wantilan
20:00
Parade Semara Pagulingan
Sekaa Semara Pegulingan Gita Khasta Swara
Sekaa Semara Pegulingan Manik Pasupati
❖ Kab.Jembrana ❖ Kab.Bangli
Ardha Candra
30Jun. Selasamap
11:00
Kesenian Karawitan Klasik Jegog dan Tari
Sekaa Jegog Purwa Gira
❖ Kab.Jembrana
Kalangan Ayodya
14:00
Lomba Taman Penasar
Sekaa Klenong Dalem Sumerta
❖ Kota Denpasar
Ratna Kanda
17:00
Partisipasi Dinas Pariwisata dan Kebudayaan Kab. Sabu Raijua NTT
Kalangan Angsoka
20:00
Pementasan Wayang Kulit Anak-anak
Sekaa Restu Budaya Lambing Mekar Buana
Kab.Badung
Wantilan
20:00
Pemutaran Film Dokumenter Bali
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Parade Gong Kebyar Wanita
Sekaa Gong Wanita Gita Raeswari
Sekaa Gong Wanita Sanggar Cudamani
❖ Kab.Gianyar Kab.Badung
Ardha Candra
1Jul. Rabumap
10:00
Lomba Kerajinan
Ratna Kanda
11:00
Pementasan Rekonstruksi
Sekaa Parwa Sanggar Seni Indrakila
❖ Kab.Karangasem
Kalangan Angsoka
14:00
Partisipasi Sanggar Purwa Kencana Losari Cirebon
Sanggar Purwa Kencana Losari
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Pemberian Penghargaan Kepada Pengabdi Seni
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Parade Gong kebyar Anak-anak
Sekaa Gong Kebyar Anak-anak Gargita Winangun
Sekaa Gong Anak-anak Desa Satra Kintamani
❖ Kab.Klungkung ❖ Kab.Bangli
Ardha Candra
2Jul. Kamismap
11:00
Parade Topeng Panca
Sanggar Kakul Mas
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Ratna Kanda
17:00
Parade Joged Bumbung
Sekaa Joged Kertha Ayu Subak Toya Mampeh
❖ Kab.Bangli
Ksirarnawa Terbuka
20:00
Parade Drama Gong
Listibya Kec. Payangan
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Wayang Kulit Ciri Khas
Sanggar Suara Murti
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Wantilan
20:00
Parade Gong kebyar Dewasa
Sekaa Kundi Manik Gangga
Sekaa Gong Karang Taruna Saptana Jagaraga
❖ Kab.Gianyar ❖ Kab.Tabanan
Ardha Candra
3Jul. Jumatmap
10:00
Lomba Nyastra
Ratna Kanda
10:00
Lomba Nyastra
Kalangan Angsoka
10:00
Lomba Nyastra
Kalangan Ayodya
10:00
Lomba Nyastra
Wantilan
10:00
Lomba Nyastra
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Malam Apresiasi Sastra
Samart Productions
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Pentas Music dan Tari
Narwastu Foundation
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Wantilan
20:00
Keith Terry, Artistic Director of Corposonic % Crosspulse
Ksirarnawa Hall
4Jul. Sabtumap
11:00
Pentas Mebarung
Sekaa Gong Anak-anak Br. Merthayasa Denpasar
Sekaa Gong Lansia ‘Werda Santhi’
❖ Kota Denpasar
Kalangan Angsoka
11:00
Pementasan Tabuh dan Tari Bali
Sanggar Tari Bali Wira Kencana
Wantilan
14:00
Pementasan Partisipasi Dinas Pendidikan & Kebudayaan Pontianak
Ratna Kanda
17:00
Parade Joged Bumbung
Sekaa Joged Bumbung Kumara Sari
❖ Kab.Jembrana
Ksirarnawa Terbuka
20:00
Parade Semara Pagulingan
Sanggar Gurnita Santi
Sekaa Cita Kelangen
❖ Kota Denpasar ❖ Kab.Klungkung
Ksirarnawa Terbuka
20:00
Drama Gong Lansia
Sanggar Seni Dananjaya
❖ Kota Denpasar
Ksirarnawa Hall
5Jul. Minggumap
11:00
Parade Topeng Panca
Sanggar Seni Dwi Mekar
❖ Kab.Buleleng
Ratna Kanda
17:00
Parade Ngelawang
Kab.Badung ❖ Kab.Karangasem ❖ Kab.Buleleng
Ksirarnawa Terbuka
20:00
Pementasan Drama Tari Arja
RRI Denpasar
❖ Kota Denpasar
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Pementasan Wayang Kulit Ciri Khas
PEPADI Kota Denpasar
❖ Kota Denpasar
Wantilan
20:00
Tari dan Karawitan Inovatif
Sanggar W.Y.P Art Foundation
❖ Kota Denpasar
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Parade Lagu Daerah Bali
❖ Kab.Jembrana ❖ Kab.Bangli ❖ Kab.Buleleng
Ardha Candra
6Jul. Seninmap
11:00
Pementasan Kesenian Kawawitan Klasik
Sekaa Angklung Yowana Giri
❖ Kab.Karangasem
Kalangan Angsoka
17:00
Pementasan Tari Drama Musikal ‘Puputan Margarana I Gusti Ngurah Rai’
Kementrian Sosial RI (Panti Sosial Bina Netra Mahatmiya Bali)
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Wayang Kulit Ciri Khas
Sekaa Wayang Sida Rahayu
❖ Kab.Klungkung
Wantilan
20:00
Drama Tari
Sanggar Gita Bandana Praja
❖ Kota Denpasar
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Parade Lagu Daerah Bali
❖ Kab.Gianyar ❖ Kota Denpasar ❖ Kab.Tabanan
Ardha Candra
7Jul. Selasamap
11:00
Parade Topeng Panca
Sekaa Topeng Panca Br. Kaliungu Kaja Denpasar
❖ Kota Denpasar
Ratna Kanda
11:00
Pementasan Sanggar Kapan Kusamba
Sanggar Kapan Kusamba
❖ Kab.Klungkung
Kalangan Ayodya
14:00
Pementasan Tabuh-Tabuh Gong Gede
Sekaa Gong Gede Teruna Mekar
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Kalangan Angsoka
17:00
Pementasan Genggong
Sekaa Genggong Batur Sari
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Ratna Kanda
20:00
Tabuh dan Kreasi Baru
Sanggar Cahya Art
❖ Kota Denpasar
Wantilan
20:00
Garapan Teater Pakeliran “Kidung Mpu Tantular”
Bajranyana Music Theatre
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Parade Lagu Daerah Bali
Kab.Badung ❖ Kab.Karangasem ❖ Kab.Klungkung
Ardha Candra
8Jul. Rabumap
8:00
Lokakarya Pesta Kesenian Bali 5 Tahun Kedepan
Ksirarnawa Hall
11:00
Kesenian Karawitan Klasik
Sekaa Wrdhi Cwaram
❖ Kota Denpasar
Kalangan Angsoka
11:00
Pementasan Prembon
Sanggar Prembon Sekar Sandat
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Kalangan Ayodya
14:00
Tabuh dan Tari Iringan Selonding
Pasraman Praba Budaya
❖ Kota Denpasar
Ratna Kanda
17:00
Pementasan Cak
Sekaa Cak Bina Mekar
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Ratna Kanda
20:00
Lawak
Yayasan Kesenian Bali
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Drama dan Tari
Sanggar Seni Maharaga Budaya Buleleng
❖ Kab.Buleleng
Wantilan
20:00
Pemutaran Film Dokumenter Bali
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Parade Gong kebyar Anak-anak
Sanggar Kumara Widya Suara
Sekaa Gong Anak-anak Rare Briuk Sepanggul
❖ Kab.Karangasem ❖ Kab.Jembrana
Ardha Candra
9Jul. Kamismap
11:00
Parade Topeng Panca
Pondok Seni Ulian Pongah
❖ Kab.Klungkung
Ratna Kanda
14:00
Pementasan Sekaa Gong Anak-Anak Semara Madu
Sekaa Gong Anak Anak Semara Madu
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Kalangan Ayodya
17:00
Parade Joged Bumbung
Sanggar Seni Gita Suara Ulangun
❖ Kab.Buleleng
Ksirarnawa Terbuka
20:00
Pementasan Sanggar Mekar Sari
Br. Lodsema, Desa Lodtunduh, Kec. Ubud, Kab. Gianuar
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Pementasan Gus Teja World Music
Gus Teja World Music
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Ksirarnawa Hall
20:00
Parade Gong kebyar Dewasa
Sekaa Gong Kebyar Monashatika
Sekaa Gong Kebyar Giri Gurnita Shanti
❖ Kab.Karangasem ❖ Kab.Buleleng
Ardha Candra
10Jul. Jumatmap
11:00
Pementasan Rekonstruksi
Sekaa Gong Luang Br. Petangan Gede
❖ Kota Denpasar
Kalangan Angsoka
11:00
Pementasan Prembon ‘Mpu Barang’
Sanggar Seni Rwa Bhineda
❖ Kota Denpasar
Kalangan Ayodya
14:00
Seni Ngoncang
Paguyuban Seni Klasik Lega Sawitra
❖ Kab.Buleleng
Ratna Kanda
20:00
Parade Drama Gong
Sekaa Drama Gong Tilotama Semarabumi
❖ Kab.Klungkung
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Pementasan Wayang Kulit Ramayana
Dalang I Wayan Wija
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Wantilan
20:00
Parade Semara Pagulingan
Sekaa Gong Semara Yowana
Sekaa Gong Semara Pegulingan Gurnita Sari
❖ Kab.Gianyar ❖ Kab.Karangasem
Ksirarnawa Terbuka
11Jul. Sabtumap
11:00
Tari dan Tabuh
Sekaa Gong Anak Anak Ciung Wanara
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Kalangan Angsoka
14:00
Pementasan Seni Gandrung
Sekaa Gandrung Eka Budaya
❖ Kota Denpasar
Kalangan Ayodya
17:00
Pementasan Tabuh dan Tari Klasik
Sanggar Adunk
❖ Kab.Tabanan
Kalangan Ayodya
20:00
Penutupan Pesta Kesenian Bali XXXVII 2015, Pagelaran Sendratari
SMK N 3 Sukawati
❖ Kab.Gianyar
Ardha Candra
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