Industry placements cover a large variety of Indonesia’s creative arts and design sectors, including: Fine Arts, New Media and Arts Management. Depending on the organisation and current programs, students can expect to be involved in a wide range of creative disciplines, such as short film creation, animations, sound and video art, websites, online installations, blogs and social media apps.
- Students are assigned mentors in the workplace to guide them over the four-week period.
- Students are asked to nominate their interests and preferred industry placements as a part of the application process. Preferences will in turn be reviewed alongside academic records and proven skillsets prior to placing students with particular organisations.
- Host organisations contact people may nominate to review participant qualifications prior to finalising acceptance of the candidate(s).
See below Jakarta- and Bandung- based organisations that have offered positions and/or are holding seminars during the program. Click through for more details*.
*The details provided are subject to change and may not reflect the duties of future interns at the listed organisations.