Due to the unfortunate effects of the Covid-19 pandemic most important events in Bali have been cancelled or postponed, including
- Bali Spirit Festival – postponed indefinitely
- Ubud Food Festival – postponed till 26-28 June
- Indigenous Film Night – postponed to 30 April
The events listed below are still ongoing. However, it is best to check with the appropriate venues to get an update before scheduling your attendance.
Painting Exhibition by 3 Balinese Female Artists – through 30 April
The Santrian Art Gallery is showing the works of 3 accomplished Balinese painters under the theme Pertiwi- (Motherhood). Ni Nyoman Sani, Gusti Ketut Oka Armini, and Ni Ketut Ayu Sri Wardani are talented artists who chose to focus on their personal experiences of being a female in Bali and a mother to boot. Each brings her own unique background and interpretation to the fore and expresses that particular life energy through bold lines, strokes and colour.
Where : The Santrian Art Gallery, Jl Danau Tamblingan 47 Sanur
When : Open Daily (Except Nyepi) 10:00 am until 6:00 pm
More info : +62 (0)3610288181 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Getaway Bali Impact Adventure – 28 & 29 March
If you want to get away for a few days you can explore the rainforest and Tamblingan Lake National Park of northern Bali by joining an adventure trip hosted by Nomads Giving Back and The Getaway Camp Bali. Guided by local rangers, this trip involves some light trekking and canoeing, learning about the area’s tropical wildlife, and visiting ancient temples surrounding the jungle. Besides enjoying a healthy and relaxing weekend with campside bonhomie and traditional Balinese meals, you can make a positive impact on Bali’s environment and the local community by participating in a small-scale reforestation project, helping the village with a plastic clean-up by the lake and engaging in a language and cultural exchange with the local kids by the lake. A portion of your contributions will be donated to two non-profit organizations in Indonesia: Jakarta Animal Aid Network (JAAN) and Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme (SOCP) to help them rescue endangered animals in Bali. Includes all activities, food and transportation from Ubud or Canggu (special arrangements possible from elsewhere).
When : Saturday & Sunday 28-29 March
Where : The Getaway Camp Bali
Cost : IDR 1.5 million /$110.
Discount for Indonesians: IDR 686k
Register : forms.gle/dwgutBtNW2YDYsdF8
More info : www.nomadsgivingback.com
Four-day Intensive Raw Food Course – 6 through 9 April
Sayuri Healing Food has monthly demo-style workshops on how to prepare raw food meals and healthy snacks and beverages. This packed 4-day course in demo-style gives you a broad overview of favourite raw food recipes and techniques. It includes a raw food intro, dehydration and nut cheese techniques, pasta, fermentation, chocolate, raw desserts, smoothies, juices, raw Thai, Indian and Japanese flavours, even burgers. Check the website for your preferred dates and other future classes
Where : Sayuri healing Foods, JL Sukma Kesuma, Ubud Peliatan
When : Monday-Thursday 7 – 9 April
Fees : $370
Info : 62 822 4048 5154 E: email@example.com
Film Nights at various locations
Movies are still being shown at the following locations:
Monday night Movies at Karma Kandara in Ungasan: Zootopia at 6:45 pm and Skyscraper at 8:30pm on Monday 30 March. firstname.lastname@example.org or call 361 848 2205
Daily movies at Paradiso Ubud including thrillers, drama, romance family films and documentaries. Check the schedule at www.paradisoubud.com/movies
By Ines Wynn
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