Open day at Artists’ studios in Ubud, March 21-23

For three days, the art galleries, architectural bureaus, textile, and craft shops of Ubud will open their doors to all interested visitors. The festival will feature over 50 studios, where both local and foreign masters work.
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Ubud is known as the cultural capital of Bali. Famous Balinese masters live here, passing on their craft from generation to generation — including painting, batik art, wood and stone carving, and much more. Ancient traditions are tightly intertwined with modernity here, and Western artists, designers, and photographers seek inspiration in Balinese shops with unique items.
The Ubud Open Studios festival will feature painters, textile artists, ceramists, interior designers, fashion designers, photographers, stone and wood carvers, and many others. The full list of participants can be viewed here.
The Ubud Open Studios festival is an open day event in studios. Participants will receive a list of workshops, which is also available on the website, and will be able to visit those that are more interesting to them, independently planning their route. There will be no transportation provided within the festival.
All studios participating in the festival are conventionally divided into several groups to give guests a comprehensive understanding of the masters:
- Design studios,
- Workshops of traditional and contemporary art,
- Studios founded by women,
- Pottery studios,
- Sculptors and creators of architectural forms,
- Artists working with oil, acrylic, watercolor, and ink,
- Print creators.
The ticket price includes:
1. An electronic catalog of participating studios (over 50 Ubud studios and workshops).
2. A paper map showing the locations of the studios + a Google map with the studios marked.
3. Participation in lectures and discussions held at Titik Dua Hub.
The ticket price for 1 day is 275,000 Indonesian rupiahs, for three days - 625,000 Indonesian rupiahs.
There are also VIP tickets priced at 1,525,000 Indonesian rupiahs, which, in addition to participation in the three-day festival, include an invitation to a party with the artists, electronic and paper catalogs of the studios, as well as a special gift.
All these creative studios, workshops, and galleries can be visited independently, not necessarily during the festival days. However, the organizers promise that during these days, all studios will be attended by the artists themselves, who will conduct tours, introduce participants to their work, and answer any questions.
During the festival days, all studios will be open from 10 am to 4 pm. Simultaneously, lectures, discussions, and demonstrations of artists' works will take place at the Titik Dua Hub space.
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