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Topeng Jauk Telek Telek and Jauk characters engage in their own conflict which takes place before the central confrontation between Barong and Rangda. The Telek dancers are the temple guardians and the protectors of good. They wear white masks to reflect their gentle and refined nature. The Jauk dancers are fierce and bold demons who seek to attack the Barong. They wear red masks and long fingernails, to represent anger and destruction. The costume is based on the Balinese temple outfit and its traditional symbols. The gelungan/udeng (hat/headdress) is elaborately ornamented because it covers the holiest part of the body. The lamak covers the torso with softness, and the wide belt holds back desires. The kipas (fan) is used as an extension of the hand, in kindness or as a weapon. Painted by local high school student from school art club - this painting available at Gosih Lounge within fundraising exhibition, for those who would like to bring the memory of Bali through this painting, it is available with price IDR 800,000
Legong The Legong Dance (or just ‘Legong’ for short) is one of Bali’s most visually alluring royal court performances. The dance is considered one of the island’s most revered classical pieces, known for its physically demanding postures and fast-paced movements which require a significant level of flexibility among its generally young female performers Painted by local high school student from school art club - this painting available at Gosih Lounge within fundraising exhibition, for those who would like to bring the memory of Bali through this painting, it is available with price IDR 800,000
Offering Class at Gosih Lounge
Fundraising exhibition Everyone is an Artist
Our highlight of The month! Fundraising exhibition August - September 2018
Canang Sari is one of daily offering of Balinese Hindu. We offer this activity for you to experience the way Balinese make this beautiful offering
Available at our Gosih Lounge