This year, UK/ID Festival 2017 showcased work and collaborations between artists, creatives, makers and producers over six days at The Establishment in Jakarta. Find out more.
UK/Indonesia 2016-18 is a three year on-going programme to build new links between young creatives and build awareness of contemporary arts in two of the world’s most exciting countries.
British Council talks with Annisa Rahmania, a disabled dancer (deaf), about her views on disability art in Indonesia
Invisible Flock is an interactive arts studio based in Leeds, making public and digital artworks. Invisible Flock gang were in Indonesia for a collaboration with Digital Nativ
Digital Nativ is a digital fabrication and rapid prototyping studio. In the past couple of weeks, Digital Nativ explored Java and Flores for a collaboration with Invisible Flock
One of the British Council’s arts priorities is to lead the way in supporting disability arts, as we place high importance on representing marginalised voices and their access to the arts.
Abandon Normal Devices (AND) is a catalyst for new approaches to art-making and digital invention. Ikbal Simamora Lubys, based in Yogyakarta, was showing his work in this event.
Showcasing new and inspirational talent from two countries, and bringing together artists, designers, engineers, technologists and most importantly, you!
Saturday 18 November 2017 to Sunday 19 November 2017
- Lawangwangi Art Centre, 10.00 - 17.00
Perhaps not many people knew that Soleh was once a music journalist, and great at it.
Programme manger Kemi explains why the world should be interested in Indonesia right now, and what the British Council has been doing to enable collaboration with the UK.
As part of the UK/ID Festival 2017 programme, audience members had to unique opportunity to watch two films live-scored for the first time in Indonesia.
We interviewed UK songwriter Dan Croll and Indonesian musician Thearosa to find out more about their collaboration.
UK filmmaker and curator George Clark spent two and a half months in residence with Jatiwangi Art Factory (JAF) in the small village of Jatiwangi West Java.
What happens when artists take their ideas to the other side of the world? Take a look at some of the exhibits on display during UK/ID Festival 2017.
We caught up with UK performance artists Emma Frankland and Jo Hellier about their experience of working in collaboration with 69 Performance Club in Jakarta ahead of their performance at the UK/ID Festival 2017 this week.
Neonomora and Chloe Martini debut their musical collaboration and Sjuman School of Music perform their brand new score during the first two days of UK/ID Festival 2017 in Jakarta.