Indonesia Performing Arts Market (IPAM) 2013 will see a refreshing change of direction reflecting a realignment of Indonesia’s performing arts export strategy promoting our best contemporary work onto the stages of the world’s leading festivals and arts venues. The IPAM 2013 programme includes curated showcases and full length performances of the best contemporary and traditional Indonesian music, dance and theatre along with special events including music from across the archipelago, a focus on East Java, and an introduction to a new generation of contemporary choreographers. IPAM 2013 host city Jakarta led by Governor Joko Widodo (Jokowi)...more
Delegate interest is very strong for IPAM 2013. Response to first bulletin has been very encouraging with a large number of international delegates indicating their intention of attending, so far our list includes Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Germany, Malaysia, New Zealand, Poland, the UK, USA, and Singapore.
The international interest in this year’s IPAM well exceeds previous markets, perhaps an indication of Indonesia’s rising prominence in the world.
Since our first bulletin, this month Indonesia’s biggest annual religious and national events have taken place...more