By Arts and Creative Industries, British Council Indonesia

21 January 2019 - 10:32

UK/ID Festival was back in 2018 with new theme “Breaking Boundaries”. Imagine a place without boundaries. Where people from opposite sides of the globe collaborate; where music and art technology fuse; where there are no limits to people’s creativity, regardless of disability.

UK/ID Festival 2018 – Breaking Boundaries was subdivided into 8 main events within a full month from 11 October – 4 November 2018 at various venues.

UK/ID Festival 2018 is supported by the Ministry of Education and Culture and in organizing UK/ID Festival 2018 the British Council partners with the Archipelago Festival, Greenpreace, Save Our Sounds, SAE Institute, AIPI, Brightspot Market, 17.000 Islands of Imagination, Indonesia Creative Economy Agency (Bekraf), Komite Buku Nasional, Komunitas Salihara, Paviliun Puisi, Ubud Writers and Readers Festival, ICAD, Pabrikultur, Jakarta Fashion Week, Dewan Kesenian Jakarta, Insititut Kesenian Jakarta, Djakarta Teater Platform, Ministry of Communication & Information (Kominfo), Festival Bebas Batas, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, ArtBrut Collective, TransJakarta, Angkasa Pura, NOMA Borderless Art Museum, ThinkWeb, DaDaFest,, 100% Manusia, Sofarsounds Jakarta, @america, Insititut Francais d’Indonesie, Cinemacet, Embassy of Spain, Gerkatin, Pusat Layanan Juru Bahasa Isyarat, Yayasan Mitra Netra, Paviliun 28, Double Deer, Double Deer Academy, Hotel Monopoli, Tokopedia, Creative Black Country, Abandon Normal Devices, Whiteboard Journal, Manual Jakarta,, Qubicle, Mal Taman Anggrek, Antik Mebel and Morrissey Hotel

Watch after movie below to see how it's been:

For further information of UK/ID Festival 2018, visit: