The aim of this project is to:
Develop collaborative practice between teachers, students and artists
Support the cross curriculum priorities and intercultural capabilities articulated in the Australian Curriculum
Explore students creative ideas, encourage risk taking and creative problem solving
Offer personalised learning and authentic learning tasks for students
Provide workshops and seminars to schools other than the host school
Establish formal agreements with the Indonesian Institute of Arts campuses in Yogyakarta, Jakarta and Bali
There will be an artist-in-residence for one school term at a time in WA schools. A total of six Artists in Residence to be conducted in Western Australian schools in 2012 and 2013 at no cost to participating schools
August 4, 2012
The program is slowly coming to fruition. A Memorandum of Understanding has been negotiated with the Institute of Arts in Denpasar. BBIP has been successful in obtaining a Special Program Visa Sponsor status.
An initial selection process was recently finalised and the first BBIP Artist in Residence will be in a WA school in August. Watch out for the call for expressions of interest in hosting an Artist in Residence for a period during 2013. These will be advertised before October 2012.