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Beautiful arts in Museum Pasifika

Museum Pasifika presents an Asia-Pacific melting pot of culture with works from more than 200 artists from 25 countries, 350 paintings, and 250 historical objects. Since its establishment in 2006, Museum Pasifika, centrally located in Nusa Dua’s Bali Tourism Development Corporation’s (BTDC) area, has attracted visitors and enthusiasts of Asia-Pacific antique and art items throughout the years.The museum was awarded by Indonesia’s Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy for its efforts in promoting Indonesian art, culture and heritage.

Museum Pasifika also serves an educational role. Visitors to the museum will gain valuable insights into the works of art and antique collections, especially through the themes. A visit here also opens a window onto the world of art, through the various techniques, inspirations and tools displayed.Museum Pasifika organizes regular educational events, such as inviting groups of schoolchildren to explore the collections as well as fun art activities. The museum also regularly plays host to special exhibitions, new art item acquisitions and book launches.

Furthermore Museum Pasifika put new accents by introducing art from the Pacific regions, namely Indochina, Polynesia, Melanesia and China, something unique to Balinese museums.The exhibition is designed as a walk through eleven rooms, each dedicated to a certain topic:
Room I: Indonesian and Balinese artists
Room II: Italian artists in Bali
Room III: Dutch artists in Bali and Indonesia
Room IV: French artists in Bali and Indonesia
Room V: Indo-European artists in Bali and Indonesia
Room VI: Temporary exhibition of tapas from Oceania
Room VII: Indochina peninsula: French and Vietnamese artists on Cambodia-Laos-Vietnam
Room VIII:Polynesia and Tahiti artworks
Room IV: Premier art of Vanuatu and the Pacific Island
Room X: Journey in China
Room XI: Asia: several paintings of Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Myanmar and Philippines