First opening its doors in 1995, Ubud's Museum Rudana is holding a exhibition running through October 1, 2005, to celebrate its first decade of promoting the work of Balinese and Bali-based artists.
An invaluable collection housing some of Bali's most treasured works of art, the museum occupies three well-presented floors in its premises located in Ubud's Peliatan sub-district. Representing the sacrifice and pain-staking acquisition efforts of Nyoman Rudana and Ni Wayan Olastini over the past 21 years, the museum's first two floor display the works of Indonesia's modern artists such as Affandi, Nyoman Gunarsa, Wianta, Made Budhiana, Nyoman Erawan and selected expatriate artists who have made Bali their home. The top floor of the building is reserved for Balinese fine arts drawn from the classical, Ubud and Batuan styles with works by the legendary I Gusti Nyoman Lempad and Ida Bagus Made among those on display.
The Museum Rudana is open daily with the special exhibition celebrating its first decade running through October 1, 2005. During the course of the anniversary exhibition a special showing of works by Srihadi Soedarsono, Sunaryo Sutono, Nyoman Gunarsa and Made Wianta will be featured.
Located at Jalan Cok Rai Pudak No. 44 in Peliatan, the telephone number for more information is ++62-(0)361-975779.
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