A total of 16 provinces in Indonesia participated graced the Bali Arts Festival to-33, two regions of which even appear in the cultural attractions on the island. "Both the province of Central Kalimantan and West Kalimantan," said the head of the Bali Provincial Cultural Office, I Ketut Suastika, in Denpasar, on Thursday (09/06/2011).
He said of the 16 provinces, 14 of them only take part in art performances featuring their respective regions. There is one province that involved up to three arts groups.
West Kalimanta will perform attractions Dayak culture with steering the show Suprianus Herman, who is also Head of Representative Office of West Kalimantan, in Jakarta.
Dayak is one of the largest tribe in West Kalimantan. Charm almost never eaten out of date. Similarly, cultural diversity, all summarized into one.
Ambassadors of art from West Borneo who will appear with wearing clothing typical of the local area it is also demonstrating a hornbill, one of the rare animals are protected and the mascot of tourism in the area.
Likewise ornaments will be displayed as Saber, Dayak shields and ornaments and a variety of clothing that are part of the life of Dayak people who come into contact with nature.
All of that reflects the charm that inspired the Dayak community life full of intimacy and work together in everyday life.
Ketut Suastika added, from 16 provinces in Indonesia who took part fully displaying 24 times the performance. Kalbar than participate in a cultural parade also featured three arts groups, arts groups in Central Kalimantan and Jakarta three three arts groups.
In addition, East Java, Central Java, West Java, West Sumatra, North Sumatra, Lampung and Riau each of the two arts groups. Meanwhile, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), Aceh, West Sulawesi, North Sulawesi and Ternate, each involving only a group of art.
"Performance art team in areas outside the region of PKB is positioned so that the ambassador of arts districts / cities in Bali, so that performances at the arts center of Bali that lasted from morning, afternoon, evening to night," said Ketut Suastika.