Bandung Creative Movement (BCM)

The main objective of BANDUNG CREATIVE MOVEMENT is to provide a platform for researchers, creative people, academicians as well as industrial professionals from all over the world to present their research results and development activities in Design, Society, Technology, and Business. This conference provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration.

The 8th Bandung Creative Movement is an international event held by the Faculty of Creative IndustryTelkom University, Bandung- Indonesia. The conference has been conducted annually since 2013 and consisted of three major activities, namely the International Conference on Creative Industry, Professional Workshop on Creative Industry, and the International Exhibition of Artwork and Design.

Having attended by at least 15 universities in Indonesia and abroad, selected paper will be published by reputable international publishing. The Conference has presented several speakers from industries, educational, and international professional associations from Asian and European countries.

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Previous Events:

BCM 2016
Multidisciplinary Design : Harmonizing design in today’s society, technology and business.

BCM 2017
Role of Art and Design Technology in the Society.

BCM 2018
Challenge and Opportunities in Art, Design, Technology, Society, and Environtment.

BCM 2019
Design flux of Industrial Revolution 4.0: Digital Society Ecosystem

BCM 2020
The Dynamics of Industry Revolution 4.0

BCM 2021:

Embracing Future: Creative Industries for Environment and Advanced Society 5.0 in Post-pandemic Era

As we reach to the Society 5.0 era, where the aim is a new Human-Centered society that balances economic in relation to resolve problems in the use of an integrated area in cyberspace and physical space, but how does it impact the creative Industries. The 8th Bandung Creative Movement will discuss this issue where the Human-Centered  society will be the main consideration in the development.

The society of 5.0 is characterized as a society where the various needs of society are finely differentiated and met by providing the necessary products and services in the required amounts to the people who need them, the new value created through innovation hopefully will eliminate regional, age, gender, and language gaps.

This topic is Intended to bring together research finding in Creative Industries in relation to the Advanced Society 5.0 in Post-pandemic Era.

Interesting topics are listed below for your reference only, and not limited to the following topics :

1. Sustainable Cities & Communities

  • Sustainable Technologies
  • Sustainable Transportation
  • Interior Design
  • Architecture
  • Urban Design
  • Urban Planning
  • Community Facilities
  • Human-Centered Design
  • Service Design
  • Lifestyle & EnvironmentRelated sub-fields and topics are also welcome

2. Art and Design: Recontextualization of Nusantara Tradition and Indigenous Culture.

  • Cultural Exploration in Art And Design
  • Adaptation of Forms, Processes and Values of Cultural Traditions in New Media
  • Cultural Identity in Art and Design
  • Visual and Performing Arts
  • Oral Tradition and Local Culture
  • Tradition, Contemporary and Pop Culture
  • Language and Media
  • Traditional and Vernacular Architecture
  • Related sub-fields and topics are also welcome

3. Changes and Dynamics in The Creative Industries

  • Marketplace in Creative Industries
  • Branding Destination
  • Digital Village
  • Curriculum Development for Creative Industries
  • Virtual Event and Workshop
  • Creative Industries and Digital Culture-Ecosystem
  • Related sub-fields and topics are also welcome