Bali Art and Culture (BAAC) PROJECT
International Studio for Art and Culture





March 2015

More Information



paul trinidad





This unit based on visualizing and recording culture will be held in Bali, June 29 - July 12 2014.
The studio will be introduced on campus in Nedlands at ALVA. This will be followed by a 2 week intensive learning experience involving some levels of cultural immersion. You will be taught by a team of practicioners and artists, traditional artists including some of the best and most highly respected Kamasan painters in the world.

The program will involve theoretical and practical lessons in drawing, digital photography and Kamasan painting, from the Klungkung Regency.

You will not be confined by the studio setting as field trips to temples, places of cultural interest and to Klungkung, and Desa Kamasan, a small village where traditional art and cultural practice over 400 years old is still maintained.

You will be guided both practically and spiritually though some of the most interesting aspects of this amazing culture.


  • Practical requirements will include the usual for overseas travel, current passport and health status such as inoculations recommended by your GP. There are medical fascilities close by our hotel and a hospital within 10 minutes of driving.

    Each student will be required to have their own laptop and digital camera, basic drawing materials (as instructed). All other materials will be supplied. Prior visual arts interest is recommended.

    Each student should have an unlocked mobile phone for local sim or roaming from Australia. Internet is available on 3G.

    You will be required to have a Social/Business visa prior to entry into Indonesia available from the Consulate Indonesia in Perth.
  • There are some basic health and safety requirements that will be presented to you on orientation.

ALVA has a NO MOTORBIKE policy while on study programs in BALI.


  • Scholarships

Study Abroad Scholarship applications close on Friday 25th April. We recommend you submit a scholarship application even if your place in the program has not yet been confirmed, as the application can always be withdrawn later. Go to and complete the “Non-Exchange (Scholarship only) application”. Scholarships of $500 are available for students who meet the academic eligibility (65% overall average)

“Students should note that the Bali Studio can only be taken as a second year or above unit in the undergraduate program. The unit code is VISA2270. Once your place is confirmed, you will receive instructions about adding this unit to your enrolment”)



The fee for this studio is separate from your usual UWA enrollment. It will be $500 per student. This DOES NOT INCLUDE AIR TRAVEL. You must provide your own travel from Perth to Denpasar return.

The fee covers all accomodation, transport, additional art materials, heritage site visits, fees for museums your exhibition, You will need money to provide your own meals, and personal expenses. Indonesia is not expensive for living costs.




APRIL 30 2014


To download the expression of interest form word .doc click here



    Enrollment enquiries: Ms Carolyn Wood

    Phone  6488 2064
    Email: Ms Carolyn Wood
















Through the eyes of ISACFA students 2012

please see some previous students photographic work and impressions

Valdene   Diana
Henry   Tom



Gamelan: Tabuh Lelambatan Klasik Gong Gede ISI Denpasar Vol 3

Thanks for ISACFA ISI Denpasar team for photos of student activites on this page.