Ubud Village: Central of Fine Arts in Bali Island
Ubud Bali : Famous with traditional village, located at the center of Bali.
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Ubud is a big countryside, supervising 13 Banjar (group of community) with 6 custom countryside, it is located in Ubud sub district, Gianyar Regency. With the distance about 20 km from Denpasar Town, Ubud Vilage can be reached within 30 minutes or 15 minutes from Gianyar Town. With the height about 300 meter above sea level, Ubud own the air more cold from other areas in south of Bali. Ubud village own population about 9.800 peoples. The environment is still keep natural and this area represents the area of inspiration source to all actors, inclusive of overseas actor, especially European actor.
Ubud beside own the beautiful nature, this area also represent a rich culture countryside with the history heritage of all big actors, especially all famous artists, for example I Gusti Nyoman Lempad (1862 – 1978), Anak Agng Gede Sobrat (1919 – 1992), I Gusti Made Deblog (1910 – 1968), afterward caught up by others like, I Gusti Ketut Kobot, Ida Bagus Made, Dewa Putu Bedil, Ida Bagus Rai and others. The popularity of all above artists follows to give the inspiration to all west artists to live in Ubud Bali. In year 1920′s, two European artist people that are Rodolf Bonnet from Dutch and Walter Spies from Germany inscribe the new history of artistic growth paint the countryside of Ubud. Second, the European artist introduce the European esthetics technique especially illumination area, shadow, perspective and anatomy. All local artists permeate the new technique matching with value and base on local mind fixed take the traditional so that able to give the separate identity by the name Ubud. Ubud Village progressively famous as a born area of all actor paints because of the existence of cooperation between Tjokorda Gede Agung Sukawati and Rudolf Bonnet to form an actor bevy by the name of Pita Maha. What also follows the area born of Pita Maha is Tjokorda Gede Raka Sukawati, I Gusti Nyoman Lempad in the year 1936. Pita Maha represent a bevy and place to discuss the artistic growth and problem paint, and also to compare mind each other and introducing result of art which they own.
Ubud is a remarkable town in the middle of the island of Bali. For more than a century, it has been the island’s preeminent centre for fine arts, dance and music. While it once was a haven for scruffy backpackers, cosmic seekers, artists and bohemians, Ubud is now a hot spot for literati, glitterati, art collectors and connoisseurs. Famous names walk its busy sidewalks everyday. Elegant five star hotels and sprawling mansions now stand on its outskirts, overlooking the most prized views in Bali. Nonetheless, Ubud is still popular with backpackers, mystics and all the finest fringe elements of global society. Ubud is not “ruined”. Its character is too strong to be destroyed. It still draws people who add something; people who are actively involved in art, nature, anthropology, music, dance, architecture, environmentalism, “alternative modalities,” and more.
Ubud is arguably the best place to use as a base if you’re visiting Bali; if you’re looking for culture, comfort, nature and inspiration. Ubud is surrounded by most of the things that bring people to Bali — scenic rice fields, small villages, art and craft communities, ancient temples, palaces, rivers, cheap accommodation and unique luxury hotels. And it’s central location makes it easy to get from Ubud to the mountains, beaches, and major towns.
The real Ubud is under the surface. There are plenty of interesting things on the main streets, but most of the magic of Ubud is hidden away. In the backstreets, backwaters, courtyards and cafes. In people’s hearts, minds, and dreams. This part of the Bali web site was built to show you how to go behind the facade and find the real Ubud, and the real Bali, without having to spend all your time searching for it. There’s no point in repeating what’s in the guidebooks, so we’ve tried not to. If you’re interested in Ubud, there are at least a dozen guidebooks on Bali available and they all provide information on Ubud. Use this web site before you go to guidebooks, to find out what makes Ubud so special. Then use it after the guidebooks for up-to-date information, news and features about our extra ordinary town.