ArtSociates Lawangwangi

Founded in 2007, ArtSociates Lawangwangi is established to provide a facility for young and talented artists through a tight selection. Many famous local artists ever held exhibitions here are Agus Suwage, A.D. Pirous, Tisna Sanjaya, A.T. Sitompul, and many more.

Location : Jl. Dago Giri no. 99, Warung Caringin, Mekarwangi
Telephone : +62 22 2504065
Fax : +62 22 2504105
Website :
Email : [email protected], [email protected]
Operating hours : Tuesday-Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday-Sunday 11am-5pm, closed on Mondays and public holidays
Admission charges : free
Facilities : toilets, restaurant, Wi-Fi
How to get there : from Dago terminal, you can take “ojek” to Lawangwangi (fare: Rp. 10,000 for about 10-minute journey)
Remarks : credit card payment accepted.

Museum Barli

A painting gallery and museum established in 1992, Museum Barli exhibits mainly paintings of Barli Sasmitawinata (1921-2007) and his son Agung. After coming back from his art studies in the Netherlands and France in 1950s, Barli spent some of his time teaching in Bandung. He received a medal of art from the government of Indonesia in 2000. Barli's paintings are predominantly influenced by daily life.

Museum Barli is also often used for fine art exhibitions, selling art works, discussion and artists gathering, training and workshop. One of their workshops is the fine art course for kids and adults. The course fee for painting is Rp. 400,000/month per adult and Rp. 300,000/month for kids (frequency of lessons: 4 times a month). While the works of art of Barli are displayed on 2nd and 3rd floor.

Enjoy the works of art in Museum Barli by extracting the values of history and a sign of the existence of Barli in the world of arts in Indonesia.

Location : Jl. Prof. Dr. Sutami No. 91
Telephone : +62 22 2011898
Email : [email protected]
Admission charges : voluntary donation might be expected. If you want to join the painting workshop, the course costs Rp. 75,000/kid/session and Rp. 100,000/adult/session
Operating hours : Tuesday-Sunday, 9am-5pm, but advanced notification prior to visiting is suggested, at least 3 days before the date of visit
Facilities : toilets, musholla (the praying room for Muslims)
Nearby facilities : ATMs, supermarket, money changer
Nearby attractions : NuArta Sclupture Park
How to get there : By angkot: from Jalan Merdeka take the one that goes to Ledeng and get off in Karangsetra (fare: Rp. 2,500, 15 minute-journey). From Karangsetra, take the one that goes to Sarijadi and get off at Indomaret (a small supermarket), near Jalan Cipedes Tengah (fare: Rp. 1,500 for a 5 minute journey). From Jalan Cipedes Tengah, you can walk to Museum Barli
From NuArt Sclupture Park: take a “ojek” (motorcycle taxi) to Museum Barli (fare: Rp. 10,000 for a 7-minute journey)
Remarks : lately Museum Barli is often closed if there is no visitors. Before you visit Museum Barli, please contact Mr. Agung for making an appointment. There will be no art activities for one year ahead, except some workshops. Cash payment only.

NuArta Sculpture Park

This is a gallery of Nyoman Nuarta's sculptures and pictures, a Balinese artist who lives in Bandung and is famous for many sculpture works, including Garuda Wisnu Kencana in Bali. He is currently doing another spectacular project, a 60 meter [197 feet] high Noah statue in Tapanuli (near Medan), North Sumatera.

NuArta Sculpture Park, which is located in the northern part of Bandung, was first opened to the public in 2000. The sculpture park occupies a 3 hectare site that is created also for artists, designers and art lovers to meet, discuss and do many other art related activities.

Visitors can also make their own sculptures, paintings, batik and so on. A special arrangement can be made for this special short course, with a minimum guest of 3 persons. This course will be guided by NuArta’s professional staff.

NuArta Sculpture Park also has a café, called N café, that has indoor and outdoor settings. Its signature dishes are Balinese Bebek Crispy or Crispy Duck and Nasi Campur.

Location : Jl. Sutra Duta Kencana II No. 11 (within Setra Duta Complex, Sarijadi)
Telephone : +62 22 2020414, +62 22 2017812, +62 22 2017816
Fax : +62 22 2015362
Email : [email protected], [email protected]
Website :
Admission charges : free admission, but there will be a charge of Rp. 5,000 per adult, Rp. 2,500 per child, and Rp. 10.000 per foreign tourist for a guided group tour (no minimum number of guests, snacks included)
Operating hours : Sunday-Thursday, 9am-5pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am-9pm. Closed on religious days
Facilities : gallery, workshop, craft boutique, toilets, English and Balinese guides, cafe, and a bookstore
Nearby facilities : minimarkets, pharmacies, internet café, supermarket
Nearby attractions : Museum Barli
How to get there : From Jalan Merdeka, take an angkot that goes to “Ledeng” and get off at Jalan Wastukencana (fare: Rp. 2,000 for a 10-minute journey), continue by take another angkot that goes to “Gunung Batu” and get off in front of BTC Fashion Mall (fare: Rp. 2,000 for a 10-minute journey). From there, take an angkot that goes to Sarijadi and get off at Cibogo traditional market (fare: Rp. 2,000 for a 10-minute journey), then take an “ojek” (motorcycle taxi) to NuArta Sculpture Park (fare: Rp. 5,000 just for a 3-minute ride)
By taxi (won't cost you more than Rp. 30,000) or own transportation
Remarks : contact person for further information: Mr. Yusar or Mr. Agus. Special short courses only available in weekdays. Debit and credit card payments are available.

Selasar Sunaryo Art Space

Selasar Sunaryo Art Space (SAAS) was founded by Sunaryo and opened for the first time to public in 1998. Sunaryo who studied in ITB Bandung and Italy, exhibits his visual arts, performing arts, literature and films in this gallery.

According to its statements, “Selasar Sunaryo Art Space aims to support and contribute to the development of arts and culture in Indonesia. SSAS delivers a diverse and accessible program for the enjoyment of locals and visitors, and contributes locally and nationally to a living culture in Indonesia. The focus of the program is contemporary art, as well as visual culture more broadly: design, craft, film/video, photography and architecture”.

Location : Jl. Bukit Pakar Timur No.100 (Dago Atas)
Telephone : +62 22 2507939
Fax : +62 22 2516508
Website :
Email : [email protected]
Operating hours : Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-5pm (last entry 4:30pm), closed on Monday and public holidays
Admission charges : free, although there is tour fee for a group visit: Rp. 100,000 for 10 to 49 guests and Rp. 200,000 for 50 to 100 guests
Facilities : cafe with a beautiful decoration, shop, toilets, WiFi (with no minimum order), library, craft shop, amphitheater, English tour guides, Bale Handap (for outdoor meeting)
Nearby facilities : restaurants, cafés
How to get there : by angkot: from Jl. Ir. H. Juanda (near Jalan Tubagus Ismail) take an angkot that goes to “Ciburial” and get off at the gallery (fare: Rp. 3,000 for a 12-minute journey). Angkot is only available until about 6pm. Other option is to take an “ojek” from Dago Terminal (fare: Rp. 10,000 for approximately 5 minutes ride)
Remarks : for a group visit, please call Arum Prameshwari on the phone number above or by email at least 7 days before the day of visit. Debit and credit card payments are accepted. Taking photos inside the gallery is not allowed.

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