Following the two-week academic program, students commenced their four-week professional placements at their assigned host organisations in Jakarta, Bandung, Bogor, and Yogyakarta. In the 2019 iteration of its CADPP, ACICIS engaged a wide range of creative institutions and organisations to host its students. Among the 19 host institutions were Museum MACAN, The Distillery Asia, EngageMedia, LIGHTBOX, Grafis Huru Hara, Lanting Animation, Studio Eko Nugroho, Wanara Studio and more, in the areas of arts management and education, advertising, boutique and design retail, craft, film, and graphic design. During their four weeks of placement, students benefited from working directly with their mentors and gained valuable hands-on experience in their field of study. The ACICIS CADPP Academic Program Officer, Dr Elly Kent, also provided supervision and guided the students throughout the program.
We want to congratulate all 18 CADPP students on their incredible work throughout the 2019 CADPP program. We wish students all the best for the future and hope to see them all back in Indonesia shortly!