“Ajeg Bali” Discourse In Dynamics Of Craft Of Ceremonial Tools In Bali
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- Ajeg Bali, Dynamics, ceremonial tools
Nowadays, increasing public interest to carry out religious ceremoniesin Bali is also based on the responsibility to preserve Balinese art and culture which are implemented in “Ajeg Bali Discourse”. To support the ceremony, it needs various tools in accordance with the form and function of the ceremony that will be presented.This study aims to reveal in depth about the social function of ceremonial tools in Bali related to changes in mental attitude and enthusiasm of society in supporting AjegBali discourse. The method used is qualitative method with analytical descriptive analysis through the sociology approach.Besides having a practical function as a place of offerings, the results of the study show that the ceremonial tools also have a social function, which determines the social position and prestige value of the community that uses it.The community is proud while using beautiful and luxury ceremony tools, and more confident to uphold to the temple. Increasing the needs of the community to the ceremonial tools inspires the artisans to develop their creativity in creating new products that are more unique, artistic, and interesting by utilizing various materials while using some techniques, such as carving, weaving, stitching, and painting. Dynamics ofcraft in dynamic ceremonial tools impact on increasing productivity and economic value of artisans.
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TY - CONF AU - Ni Kadek Karuni AU - I Wayan Suardana AU - I Made Supartha PY - 2018/11 DA - 2018/11 TI - “Ajeg Bali” Discourse In Dynamics Of Craft Of Ceremonial Tools In Bali BT - Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Creative Media, Design and Technology (REKA 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 148 EP - 152 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/reka-18.2018.33 DO - 10.2991/reka-18.2018.33 ID - Karuni2018/11 ER -