Serokadan customary village, Apuan, Susut, is not only famous for its natural and pristine potential. The area adjacent to Apuan village also has a cultural heritage in the form of Candri Manik Temple and a number of the other arts remaining to survive am
Students of the Faculty of the Fine Arts and Design (FSRD), the Indonesia Institute of the Arts (ISI) Denpasar, organized an exhibition of final assignment at Bentara Budaya Bali. They showcased innovative works denoting an amalgamation of the silhouettes, where the upward one represented the idea or motivation and the downward one represented the realization of the idea.
Reality or social phenomenon in society was featured through the works of art and then delivered back to the community through moral messages. By all means, it reflected four intelligences comprising the spiritual, emotional, intellectual and social, so that it ultimately could display quality works.
The exhibition taking the theme ‘Silhouette of Life’ involved 81 students consisting of 18 students of the Department of Fine Arts, 4 students of the Craft Art, 13 students of the Interior Design, 31 students of Visual Communication Design and 15 students of the Photography. From the whole works, most students (78) took the track of creation and 3 others took assessment.
The Dean of Faculty of the Fine Arts and Design doubling as Chairman of the Organizing Committee, Olih Solihat Karso, said the activity was a part of the evaluation process and benchmark for at least three years of the study attended at the ISI Denpasar. “Currently, the examination is increasingly more difficult, while the more extensive examination for the students will take place in the community,” he said.
The exhibition was opened by the Deputy Rector III of the ISI Denpasar, I Wayan Gulendra, representing the Rector of ISI Denpasar, Saturday (Jun 21) and lasted for five days. (BTN/015)
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