The People of Kamoro have lived along the 250km southern coastal of Papua. They have inherited the traditional weaving, carving, dance, and other traditional rituals..
The Bali Purnati Center for the Arts together with Maramowe Weaiku Kamorowe Foundation; Bali Purnati Indonesia and Prince Street Capital Management have organized an exhibition of culture to introduce and promote the craft, adopting the artworks of Kamoro as an iconic culture of Indonesia. The End target from this exhibition is to set up a museum for Kamoro as an institution for education and recreational activities.
Do not miss this rare opportunity to witness and experience the prestigious color and sound Kamoro at The Bali Purnati Center for the Arts from 13th March to 17th March 2016.
You are cordially invited to join us for the opening, 13 March 2016 at 5pm.
EXHIBITION: The Color and Sound of Kamoro
DATE: 13th March, 13.00 to 17.00 until 17th March 2016
VENUE: The Bali Purnati Center for the Arts.
Jl. Gunung Abang, Br. Penataran, Batuan, Sukawati,, Kec. Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia
David Halpert – Restu Kusumaningrum
Christopher Franck – Bernice


SCOT Summer Season 2015

50th Anniversary of SCOT’s founding and 40th Anniversary of its establishment on Toga
August 21 – September 10

Purnati resources can be commissioned for the production of bespoke events on our compound.  Because of our commitment to the fields of arts, we selectively undertake such projects and engagements if we can leverage our competences in arts management.  Here is a sample of events we have been commissioned to curate and produce:

  • Open air amphitheater-style dance production for 150 guests
  • Launch Promotional Event for a Global Luxury Brand
  • Global CEO retreat for Global Telecommunication Group
  • Asian Art Society VIP Dinner and Indonesian Performance
  • US Arts foundation Retreat
  • Yoga Festival (property hosting only)
  • Indoor & outdoor Arts Exhibitions
  • Wedding Ceremony (incl. Balinese wedding ceremonies)

A Purnati founding member has curated the Performing Arts Program for the Indonesian Pavilion at World Expo Shanghai 2010 and she will be involved in a similar capacity for the Indonesian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2013.

Pakarena Bura’ne and phase Dance

Dance Performance at Bali Purnati on June 29th 2011


Benteng Rotterdam April 23-24, 2011

I La Galigo , an internasional theater production inspired by Sureq Galigo , the creation epic of the Bugis people of South Sulawesi finally docks on the island of its birth.

On April 23 and 24 ,2011 , I La Galigo was performed in Makassar the capital of South Sulawesi. And since its world premier at the Esplanade Theatre in Singapore 2003, Galigo kept gaining success in world major cities. The New York Times called it a “stunningly beautiful music-theater work”.

However the producers Change Performing Arts and Bali Purnati Center, felt that the journey was far from over. Before continuing on its internasional itinerary, I La Galigo had to come home hence, I La Galigo Dock at Makassar with the soncere hope that this production will be offered annually in Makassar.

The April 2011 performances, series of dicussion, and photos and object of art exibation was made possible by the generous support of the Makassar Municipal Government and mr Tanri Abeng and Indonesia sponsor from Bugis in their commitment to bring I La Galigo to South Sulawesi.

These Performances in Makassar are not only about present Galigo to the people of South Sulawesi but as an important step in a longer road in the preservation of the Sureq Galigo and its recognation as a treasure of the world Literature. We believes that terminology ” Dock” for Makasar production implies that journey for Galigo is far from over.

Penayangan Film Dokemneter “Sacred & Secret”
at Bali Purnati November 2010

Studio 5 and Bali Purnati Present:
Odalan Pasupati Ceremonial Dance
January 18, 2008
4pm to 11pm


NOKIA Asia Pacific CEO Summit 2007 Event
of October 4, 2007 at The Bali Purnati Center for the Arts