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Seeking Public Funding and How to Succeed with more than a Programme Proposal

Currently, arts groups can collaborate with the government in various forms to seek public funding for presentation of  works. Apart from the annual subvention which is administered by the Home Affairs Bureau, the Leisure & Cultural Services Department and the Hong Kong Arts Development Council represent other major avenues for collaboration. In this talk there will be direct communication from representatives from the LCSD and the ADC on the various forms of collaborations, the procedures including the funding proposal and the criteria for fruitful collaboration. Independent views from ex senior management responsible for ADC  grants will be available for further insights. The talk should be particularly useful to any arts groups who want to tap into this funding resource and to understand the schemes and what make their applications stand a higher chance of success. Targeted audiences include both existing and prospective project grantees as well as one/two year grantees.

 
Speaker Ms Queenie Wong, Senior Manager, LCSD (Cultural Presentation Office)
Ms Heidi Chu, Senior Manager, LCSD (Audience Development)
Ms Josephine Wai, Director of Arts Support, ADC
Respondent Ms Lillian Hau, Former Grant Manager, ADC and Former Executive Director, Robert H.N.Ho Family Foundation
Date 3/2/2010 (Wed)
Time 10:00am-1:00pm
Venue Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants Conference Room (27/F, Wu Chung House, 213 Queen’s Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong)
Language Cantonese
Fee Members@$100; Non-members@ $150 (including refreshment)
 
For enquiries, please contact Ms Cecilia Wong at 2877 7268
 
Registration will be made on a first come first serve basis (with preference given to members). As places will be strictly limited due to venue size we might not be able to entertain all registrations. To avoid disappointment, kindly register before the deadline on 29 January 2010 (Fri).