The interface of Arts and Technology is unleashing creativity and shaping the way that audiences engage with the arts as well as providing an exciting opportunity in the way artists themselves can create new work. The British Council is keen to develop its work internationally in this area, and the Northeast Asia cluster has identified an opportunity to foster and support collaboration between the UK and Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, where respective government policymakers have identified the need to strengthen engagement with and support their arts and technology sectors.
The purpose of this mapping and research exercise is to gain insight into the current state of art and technology sectors in Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea.
For this mapping and research, we need a UK consultant or researcher who can provide insight into the current state of art and technology sectors in Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea. This information will be used by the British Council to provide market insight and research findings to the UK sector and identify how best to support the flourishing of professional and creative exchange, accelerate connections between Northeast Asian countries/territories and the UK in the arts and technology sector. The lead UK consultant/researcher will identify and work with a counterpart in each of the three countries, who will assist in the data collection and support the lead researcher to provide local data.
The budget is £45,000 (inclusive of VAT). This budget should cover all fees, planning, meetings, travel, and office overhead costs etc.
The deadline to submit a proposal is Sunday 29 January 2023 at 11:59pm.
For an applicaton pack please contact the British Council Japan Arts team at firstname.lastname@example.org