1 – 7 January 2018: Indonesia

Top Picks of Indonesia art events in Yogyakarta and Bali from 1 – 7 January 2018 & some Open Calls



My Friend Has Come, 6-7 January 2018, 7:30 PM, Jogja Contemporary, Yogyakarta

To usher you into the new year, the Flying Balloons Puppet invites you to a production of Toshiro Suzue’s “My Friend Has Come”. The play shares a story of an impromptu meeting between two friends and how they dealt with memories of their past and the emotions they feel. Join director Basundara Mudra Anggana and actors Rangga Dwi Apriandinnur and Khorul Anwar as they present this Japanese story for the local audience. Ticket is at IDR 20,000. To register for the play, click here.



Immensely Miniature – Keliki Painting Workshop, 6 January 2017, 2-3 PM, Rumah Sanur, Bali

The Keliki style of Balinese painting is known for a very delicate and detailed drawings depicting life in Bali. If you ever marveled at the intricacies of those micro paintings, don’t miss this chance of learning how to make your own Keliki painting! Ketemu Project and Rumah Sanur invites Loster (Komang Sudiarta) to share how to make Keliki painting using a traditional yip pen. Workshop costs IDR 300,000 and includes your own artwork, yip pen and refreshments. To register for the workshop, email service@rumahsanur.com.



THIS IS BALI, Now – 29 January 2018, ALLCAPS Gallery, Canggu, Bali

Continuing its mission of supporting Balinese graffiti and street art, ALLCAPS invites you to their graffiti and street art exhibition. “THIS IS BALI” features new artworks by 30 Bali-based graffiti and street artists. Check out their works at the ALLCAPS Gallery located in Jalan Raya Canggu. Exhibition opens until 29 January 2018. For more information, visit ALLCAPS Gallery’s instagram here.




Program Seniman Pasca-Terampil 2018, deadline: 11 January 2018.

If you’re a young artist and are looking to deepen your craft, join this open call to enter this program for young working artists, created as part of the Padepokan Seni Bagong Kussudiarja (PSBK)’s Professional Development Residency. Through trainings and various workshops, this program aims to create a space for young artists to study, practice, as well as merge and develop their craftsmanship in both art and life. This open call is only open to Indonesians. For details on the program and application process, click here.



Hibah Seni 2018, deadline: 9 February 2018.

Kelola’s art grant “Hibah Seni 2018” is now open for applications! If you’re a theatre-maker, dance-maker or musician and feel that you have an innovative work that you’d like to create and share, submit your work to “Hibah Seni 2018”. Applicants may send a proposal for each perfoming art category. Application deadline: 9 February 2018. For details on the requirements and application process, click here.



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