Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA)

Comprehensive display of Balinese artwork

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What we say: 4 stars

The Agung Rai Museum of Art, otherwise known as the Arma Museum, was officially opened in 1996 to display the artwork collected by local man Agung Rai.

The museum is made up of a series of buildings used for the display of a permanent collection of artwork, temporary exhibitions and as the venue of live dance performances throughout the year.

The paintings on display at the Arma Museum range from traditional to contemporary and include classical Kamasan paintings, masterpieces by batuan artists (such as Walter Spies) from the 1930s and 1940s, works by Balinese masters and some from foreign artists that lived in Bali.

A series of cultural workshops is also provided by Arma Museum such as dance lessons and gamelan lectures. If you're into art, this place shouldn't be missed.

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Last updated: 22nd April, 2011

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