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Kabupaten Badung

Augment: Live Harp(p)ainting Performance & Workshop

Augment Duo, consisting of two Indonesian artists, aims to stimulate critical thinking and shift perspectives through art. Their collaboration stemmed from discussions on artistic values and enhancing narratives with innovative initiatives.

Augment: Live Harp(p)ainting Performance & Workshop
Augment: Live Harp(p)ainting Performance & Workshop

Time & Location

Jun 08, 2024, 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Kabupaten Badung, Jl. Kayu Cendana Oberoi No.1, Seminyak, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

About the event

Augment Duo, composed of two Indonesian artists, was established with a mutual goal of using art to provoke critical thinking and alter perspectives. The duo's formation sprang from casual conversations about their artistic values and discussions on enhancing their narratives through innovative programs.

Experience a blend of enchanting harp melodies and live painting at our immersive auditory and visual showcase. Augment aims to transport you to a unique artistic realm, offering a one-of-a-kind experience in Bali. A complimentary workshop is included with the entrance ticket.

Augment: Live Harp(p)ainting Performance & Workshop

Saturday, 8th June 2024

Performance: 4 PM - 5 PM

Workshop: 5 PM - 7 PM

Take your chance to witness the magic of Augment Duo.

Early Bird  before 1 June: IDR 275.000 / person

Regular ticket: IDR 300.000/person

Secure your tickets now and get ready to have your senses awakened like never before!

BUY TICKET HERE

About the Artist:

FELITA ELEONORA (Harpist)

A young and spirited harpist from Indonesia, Felita started hervpassion in music by learning piano at the age of 3. She then receivedva full scholarship for the harp performance bachelor program in Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music in NUS Singapore after learning to play the instrument for only three years. Currently, Felita is pursuing M.M. in Harp Performance at Boston University with a full-ride scholarship. Felita has deepened her learning in harp performance through international music events including the World Harp Congress 2017 in Hong Kong, and Ticino Musica 2019 in Switzerland. Felita was a harp fellow in Spoleto festival USA 2023 in Charleston, SC where she worked with Grammy Award winner Anthony Roth Costanzo for the innovative musical fantasia “Only an Octave Apart”. She has also performed in major concert halls in Singapore and Boston, namely Victoria Concert Hall, Esplanade, and Boston Symphony Hall.

Her passion in creative music production has allowed her to program and manage collaborative projects, including ‘Nuansa’ 2019 – a student-led musical–, a dramatic reading at Voilah! Festival 2020 by the French Embassy in Singapore, and ‘Foreword’ 2022–a multidisciplinary concert involving music, poetry, animation, and lighting projection. Most recently, she and her colleauges started a musical wellness experience, Soundscaping, which combines guided

imagery, live performance, and live electronic. Soundscaping successfully gained overwhelmingly positive responses after pilot performances in luxury hotels in Bali as well as Boston University. She believes that collaborative art is effective to include art in our everyday lives. Through the power of art, we can create a coherent community that has a wide perspective of life and its challenges.

THALIA HALIM (painter)

Thalia Halim is a young artist who took a unique path in the art world. Despite not having any formal art education, she's a self-taught and determined painter who started drawing at the age of four, winning competitions along the way. But her life wasn't solely focused on art. She engages in various other activities, including pursuing studies in hotel management at Petra Christian University while building businesses in the food and beverage sector and the bicycle industry. Additionally, Thalia also works part-time as part of an event organizer team, graphic designer, photographer, and content specialist.

In 2023, Thalia rediscovered her love for art, exploring digital illustration alongside more traditional painting techniques. Thalia's works are characterized by the use of bright and pastel colors to create a lively and energetic atmosphere. Each of Thalia's paintings is a narrative that expresses stories and emotions, containing deep meaning and depicting issues that are close to everyday life. As a starting point in her artistic career, Thalia actively participates in various community activities with the Garis Gathuk art community. Additionally, Thalia has participated in several art exhibitions and is currently preparing for a Duo Exhibition to be held at Balai Pemuda in November 2024. In a world increasingly dominated by technology and artificial intelligence, Thalia believes that the existence of painting provides a space for humans to continue honing their creativity, expressing feelings, thoughts, and experiences in a way that cannot be replaced by technology.

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