All UK/Indonesia 2016-18 projects and activities must:
1. Fit with at least one of the principal aims of the programme:
- To build new relationships between artists, producers, curators and organisations in the UK and Indonesia.
- To use those relationships to showcase UK creativity in Indonesia, Indonesian creativity in the UK, and international collaboration in both countries.
2. Fit with at least one of the programme focuses:
- The future potential of young creatives and producers.
- The creative possibilities of new technology.
- Ensuring a full role for disabled artists and audiences.
3. Ideally relate to one or more of our our following key themes:
- Arts and Technology
- Arts and Disability
4. Contribute to the spirit and feel of UK/Indonesia 2016-18 as inventive, inclusive and fresh.
5. Develop creative content for showcasing in the UK/ID Festival in Indonesia.
6. Contribute to a good creative mix of project type and art forms.
7. Contribute to the programme’s overall geographical spread.
To ensure the high quality of our projects, they must:
- have appropriate arrangements in place to manage the project
- provide evidence that the relationship between UK and Indonesian artists/organisations could be sustained beyond the lifetime of the project
- be realistic, achievable and deliverable within timeframe and budget
- include high quality of artistic ideas and delivery partners
- be of sufficient interest to attract target audiences in Indonesia
- be of sufficient interest to contribute towards attracting wider partnerships for UK/Indonesia 2016-18.