1. Keberlangsungan Lembaga Seni di 8 Kota di Indonesia (The Sustainability of Arts Institutions in 8 Cities Across Indonesia)” study in 2015.
  2. Active participation in Seni Lawan Korupsi (Arts vs. Corruption) movement in 2015.
  3. Participation in the Indonesian arts Congress III in Bandung in 2015.
  4. Cultural Hotspots program in 4 cities in Eastern Indonesia from 2015 to 2017.
  5. Melek Anggaran Seni (Understanding Budget for Art) workshop in Palu and Makassar, in collaboration with FITRA (Forum Indonesia untuk Transparansi Anggaran or Indonesian Forum for Budget Transparency) network in 2016
  6. Advocacy of Culture Bill, amended to Law No. 5/2017 on Cultural Advancement, including monitoring the development of its derivative regulations.
  7. Six series of discussion on arts and activism in Indonesia, with Asep Topan as the curator for discussion, throughout 2017.
  8. Filantropi di Indonesia: Mengapa Tidak untuk Kesenian? (Philanthropy in Indonesia: Why Not for the Arts Too?)” book, published in collaboration with Filantropi Indonesia in 2017.
  9. In 2017, Koalisi Seni, the Deputy for Access to Capital of the Creative Economy Agency, the Directorate-General for Cultures of the Ministry of Education and Culture, and Filantropi Indonesia, declared their commitment to collectively support and partner with one another to promote philanthropy for arts and culture in Indonesia through the arts and Culture Philanthropy Cluster Indonesia.
  10. Dissemination of information regarding the Law No. 5 of 2017 on Cultural Advancement in several regions across Indonesia, including Makassar, Bali, Surabaya, Jakarta, and Ambon throughout 2018.
  11. Participation in the Indonesia Development Forum (IDF) 2018 with the aim of promoting the idea of taking into account the arts and culture perspective in the development plan created by the strategic parties, such as the National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas) and relevant ministries/agencies.
  12. Participation in the preparation for and the implementation of Bincang Musik (Music Talk) of the 2018 Indonesian Music Conference in Ambon, producing 12 action plans and leading up to the 2019 Indonesian Music Conference in Bandung.
  13. Active participation in the development of the Indonesian Cultural Strategies through the Pre-Cultural Congress forum.
  14. Publishing “Dampak Seni di Masyarakat (The Impacts of Arts on Society)” book in 2019 to increase public support for arts and culture.
  15. Succeeding in having the cultural trust fund proposal approved that the government is committed to allocate 2 trillion rupiahs per year for that purpose starting in 2021.
  16. Publishing “Menjaga Nyala: Model Pendanaan bagi Suar Kehidupan Kesenian (Keep the Fire Burning: Funding Models for Fueling the Arts)” book in 2020 in support of the arts Endowment Fund.
  17. Publishing “Seni Memberi untuk Seni (The Arts of Giving for Arts)” book in 2020, serving as guidelines for arts philanthropists.
  18. Publishing “Studi Pustaka Kebebasan Berkesenian di Indonesia 2010–2020 (Literature Study on Artistic Freedom in Indonesia 2010–2020) in November 2020.
  19. Putting forward the arts advocacy proposals through “Ruang Usik-Usik (Room of Buzz)” talk show on podcast, webinar, and Instagram Live. 
  20. Continuously supporting the establishment of the arts Endowment Fund.
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