70 Tahun FSRD ITB

1st International Conference onArt, Craft, Culture, and Design

ICON-ARCCADE 2017

 

“Sustainability, Inter- and Trans-discipline, Culture
“towards Creative Economy”

I. BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES

Fine Art as a formal study has grown extensively in Europe since the 16th century, and reached its peak in the 21st century. It is characterized by the emergence of modernism movement that gave birth to freedom in concept, world view, media and implementation, hence its fast development all over the world. As part of a university, Faculty of Arts and Design serves not only as a center for science but also a center for culture; it also plays a major role in contributing various thoughts which should be used as guidance for the community in conducting reformation to reach the ideals of a prosperous and dignified life, while upholding the noble values.

Over the past few decades, the Faculty of Arts and Design of Institut Teknologi Bandung or Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) has played a leading role in education, research activities, exhibitions, creative value creation, center of artists, and a range of art-related activities ranging from art, culture, and design. Nowadays, contemporary discourses and trends in art, craft, culture, and design have shifted from those with special talents and abilities to public in general. Sustainability, inter- and trans-disciplinary studies, socio-cultural issues and creative economy have therefore become inevitable core elements in the field of fine art and design. As part of the series of its 70th anniversary event, the Faculty of Fine Arts and Design ITB will host an international conference with the theme: “Sustainability, Inter- and Trans-discipline, Culture towards Creative Economy”.

The objectives of the international conference are:

  1. To search for different perspectives of thought from academicians, professionals, and practitioners in relation to the future of arts, crafts, and design.
  2. To serve as a medium for knowledge sharing and dissemination between universities, professionals, industry, and government.
  3. To maintain collaborative networks between university, industry, and government.

II. ACTIVITIES

The activities of the international conference consist of:

A. Keynote Speaker Session

Keynote speaker for this session is the Director General of Learning and Student Affairs Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education (Dirjen Belmawa Dikti).

B. Plenary Session

In this plenary session there will be a panel of four (4) presenters from four different countries who will deliver their respective talk.

Day 1: Sustainability, Inter- and Trans-Discipline

  • Prof. Takaaki Bando; Musashino Art University, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Yasraf Amir Piliang: Bandung Institute of Technology, Bandung, Indonesia.

Day 2: Creative Economy, Culture

  • James Hyung Suk Kim; Intermark International Design College, Shanghai, China.
  • Ahmad bin Mashadi; Director, NUS Museum, National University of Singapore, Singapore.

 C. Parallel Session

– Room 1. Topic: “Sustainability”

By understanding the life cycle of art, craft, culture, and design, what can be offered as a positive added value for the local and global environment? What aspects need to be taken into consideration in evaluating the effects and impacts of materials, techniques, and circulation of art works?

– Room 2. Topic: “Inter- and Trans-discipline”

The result of an increasingly global world is dullness of a single discipline hence its inability to penetrate layers of lives of the society. It takes more than one perspective to understand the overall work and phenomenon of art, craft, culture and design. In what instances could it happen?

– Room 3. Topic: “Culture”

Are people only users of works of art, crafts, and design? To what extent is culture relevant with the works of art, craft, and design? What cultural aspects are deemed necessary in the process of creation, production, marketing and appreciation of artworks, crafts, and design?

– Room 4. Topic: “Creative Economy”

What could be the added value of art, craft, culture, and design? Can artistic ideas be treated as other economic commodities? What values can be and deserve to be incorporated into works of art, craft, culture, and design?

III. PUBLICATION

  1. Proceeding (soft copy, CD);
  2. Selected papers will be published in: Journal of Visual Art & Design (JVAD), Google scholar, and Jurnal Sosioteknologi (national accreditation).

IV. PARTICIPANTS

Participants cordially invited and expected to attend this seminar are those who are involved in the field related to the above topics: academicians, government, researchers, practitioners, and students of undergraduate, master’s and doctorate programs.

V. DATE AND VENUE

The conference will be held on 5th & 6th September 2017 at the Aula Timur (East Hall) of ITB campus, Jalan Ganesha 10 Bandung, Indonesia.

Parallel sessions will be held at FSRD seminar rooms and FSRD Graduate Program rooms.

Tuesday, 5th September 2017

International Conference Program: Day 1
Time/Duration Program Information
07.00 – 08.00 Registration
08.30 – 09.00 Opening RECTOR of ITB,Minister of Research, Technology, and Higher Education.
09.00 – 09.30 Keynote Speaker Director General  of Learning and Student Affairs, Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education.
09.30 – 10.00 Coffee Break
10.00 – 12.00 Plenary Session Speaker I: Prof. Takaaki Bando, Musashino Art University, Tokyo, Japan;

Speaker II: Prof. Yasraf Amir Piliang, Bandung Institute of Technology, Bandung, Indonesia.

PIC: Andar Bagus S., M.Sn., Ph.D.

12.00 – 13.00 Lunch Break
13.00 – 15.00 Parallel Session @10-15 minutes; 1 room = 1 topic ; 6-8 presenters/speakers
15.00 – 15.30 Coffee Break
15.30 – 17.00 Parallel Session @10-15 minutes; 1 room = 1 topic; 4-6 presenters/speakers
17.00 – 18.30 Break
18.30 – 19.00 Registration
19.00 – 19.15 Welcome Speech Dean of FSRD-ITB; Dr. Imam Santosa, M.Sn.
19.15 – 20.00 Dinner
20.00 – 21.00 Flashback of 70 years of Fine Arts Special guests of honor: founders and seniors of FSRD-ITB; Collaboration with the alumni of FSRD-ITB

Wednesday, 6th September 2017

International Conference Program: Day 2
Time/Duration Program PIC
07.00 – 08.00 Registration
08.30 – 10.30 Plenary Session Speaker I: Prof. James Hyung Suk Kim; Intermark International Design College, Shanghai, China;

Speaker II: Mr. Ahmad bin Mashadi; Director, NUS Museum, National University of Singapore, Singapore.

PIC: Hafiz Aziz A., M.Ds., Ph.D.

10.30 – 11.00 Coffee Break
11.00 – 12.30 Parallel Session @10-15 minutes; 1 room = 1 topic; 4-6 presenters/speakers
12.30 – 12.45 Closing  

VI. COMMITTEE
Faculty of Arts and Design, Bandung Institute of Technology
(Fakultas Seni Rupa dan Desain, Institut Teknologi Bandung)

VII. CONFERENCE FEE
A. Presenters
– Early bird: local participants, IDR 750.000,- (international participants: USD 75)
– Co-author, etc.: local participants: IDR 500.000,- (international participants: USD 50)
– After early bird: local participants: IDR 1.000.000 (international participants: USD 100)
a. Proceeding only – soft copy
b. Papers recommended for journal submission: additional charge of IDR 750.000,-
c. Participants only (non-presenters): local participants, IDR 500.000,- (international participants: USD 50)

Bank Account:
Bank BNI; Account Number: 0912210117, Account Name: Peringatan 70 Tahun Seni Rupa ITB

VIII. IMPORTANT DATES:

Deadline for abstract submission                                    : 31 July 2017

Announcement of accepted papers                                : 10 August 2017

Deadline of full paper submission                                    : 17 August 2017

Deadline of payment (presenters & participants)     : 10 – 20 August 2017  (early bird)

Deadline of payment (presenters & participants)     : 21  August 2017 – on the spot

IX. INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

please visit: https://fsrd.itb.ac.id/links-2/seminar/ or http://www.icon-arccade.com

registration and abstract submission at: admin.arccade@fsrd.itb.ac.id

The template for abstract and paper can be downloaded in the following link below

          

 

X. LOCATION MAP