"We specifically chose to use popular culture to get young people to visualize the concept of the new Indonesia," said Agus Pambagio, president of VAB. He
told The Jakarta Post
group had designed a plan to award some Rp 150 million (US$16,853) in production money to anyone who could come up with fresh ideas to be used in visual arts. He
added that his
working group had already given the award to Studio Kasatmata
, the maker of Loud Me Loud.
said, however, that his
group planned to organize workshops for animation in Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta and Surabaya.
"These will only be at the university level.However, if we see positive results on our trial in high schools, we may plan to organize events for them next time," he