19 - 20 October 2022


What is ICAPAS 2022

ART In the Post-Digital Era
“Whether you are a digital artist or those who reject digital machination, you are invited to share your thoughts about Arts creation, research, and education in the post-digital and post-Internet era.”

Digital and the internet are decades-old technologies that offer new explorations for artistic creation and education, with various receptions in the art world. One of the worrying effects of the post-digital and post-internet period on academia is the preference for technology over the humanities. Metaverse and Non-Fungible-Token are some of the recent developments that raise questions: Is it an opportunity or threat? Once the euphoria wears off, we are left to wonder. Do we need it in the arts?

By understanding the radically changing socio-technological conditions in the world of art and post-digital education, we have the opportunity to examine its consequences now and, in the future, to find a new equilibrium between arts, technology, and humanities.

Topics (Not limited to):

  • Art In Social-Technological Change
  • Performing Arts in The Changing Stage and New Audiences
  • Teaching Arts With or Without Technology Dependency
  • The Changing World of Art Photographs
  • Embracing New Media Aesthetic
  • Back to Basic: Leaving the Digital World

Keynote Speaker

Who's Speaking?

Phakkharawat Sittiprapaporn, Ph.D.

Phakkharawat Sittiprapaporn, Ph.D.

Head of Neuropsychological Research Laboratory School of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine Mae Fah Luang University, Bangkok

Dr. Irwandi, M.Sn.

Dr. Irwandi, M.Sn.

Co-Director FIAP (Federation Internationale de l’Art Photographique) Exhibition Center Galeri Pandeng

Ross James Carey

Ross James Carey

Pianist&Composer Sias University Zhengzhou

Event Schedules

Wednesday, 13 October 2021

# Session Speaker(s) Time Venue
1 Registration ..... 08:30 AM - 08:30 AM Zoom
2 Opening: MC & Director Speech ..... 08:30 AM - 08:40 AM Zoom
3 Keynote & Guest Speaker Speech Phakkharawat Sittiprapaporn, Ph.D., Dr. Irwandi, M.Sn. 08.40 AM - 10.00 AM Zoom
4 Session I ..... 10:00 Am - 12:00 PM Zoom
5 Creative Learning in COVID-19 Pandemic: Case Study in Major Subject, Music Ministry Department-The Way Bethel Theological Institute Johanes Kristianto 10:00 AM - 10.40 AM Zoom
6 Effectivity of Asynchronous Learning on Theoretical Compared to Theoretical-Practical Courses at Film Department Universitas Multimedia Nusantara Annita 10:40 AM - 11.20 AM Zoom
7 Wedha's Pop Art Portrait (WPAP): The Emergence of WPAP and its Origins Angga Kusuma Dawami 11.20 AM - 12:00 PM Zoom
8 Lunch Break ..... 13:00 PM - 14:00 pm
9 Session II ..... 14:00 pm - 15.40 PM Zoom
10 "Exploring Self-existence Through RajutKejut Craftivism. A case study of art activism in Penjaringan City Forest, North Jakarta." Salima Hakim 13:00 PM - 13.40 PM Zoom
11 "Virtual Exemplary of Balinese Ritual Dance for Bongo Village Gorontalo" Riana Diah Sitharesmi 13:40 PM - 14.20 PM Zoom
12 Re-Creation of Jombang’s Glass Beads Centaury Harjani 14.20 PM - 15.00 PM Zoom
13 Nurturing Sanity Through RajutKejut Craftivism Sari Wulandari 15:00 PM - 15.40 PM Zoom

ICAPAS Proceeding

Partner Institutions

Platinum Sponsors


Below are some of the most frequently asked questions about the ICAPAS 2020 conference

Q1: How Can I Participate?

A: There are several major ways that one can participate in the 8th ICAPAS 2020 Conference.

Deliver a Paper. Papers are formal presentations of original research that are either read or delivered. Papers are expected to be original research. This may be the exploration of a previously un-researched topic, or the reevaluation of existing work in light of new evidence or methodologies. Paper proposals are judged on their potential contribution to their respective fields.

Q2: How Many Times Can I Participate?
Q3: How long can my presentation be?
Q4: How do I submit a proposal for the 8th ICAPAS 2020 conference?
Q5: Are the deadlines firm?
Q6: How many papers can I propose?
Q7: How many individuals from a single institution be on a panel or workshop?
Q8: How many participants can be on a panel?
Q9: How are proposals judged?
Q10:What if someone has to drop off my panel after I submitted it or after it was accepted? Can I substitute another presenter and paper?
Q11: Can I substitute a different paper after my paper has been accepted?
Q12: Can I present a paper that has already been, or will be, presented at another conference?
Q13: Can I change the name of my paper after it is submitted?
Q13: Can I change the name of my paper after it is submitted?

A: Yes. Please contact administration at prior to the specified deadline for changes and corrections. Note that your title can change, the content of the paper, panel, must continue to be consistent with the proposal submitted.

Q14: Can I request a day and time for my presentation?
Q15: Can I contact the Administrative Office after the deadline to make sure they've received my paper?
Q16: I'm not sure if I'll be able to attend the conference or not. Should I submit a proposal anyway?
Q17: Why was my paper proposal rejected?
Q18: My proposals are never, or almost never, accepted. What am I doing wrong?
Q19: Are the proposals of professors or "senior scholars" given preference over graduate students?
Q20: If I cannot attend the conference can someone else present my paper?
Q21: What if my proposal was accepted but I have to cancel?
Q22: Can I co-present a paper?
Q23: I am an undergraduate student, who wishes to participate in your conference. Can I attend?
Q24: Is accommodation included in the registration fees
Q25: How do I get a letter of invitation?


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