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HKAAA E-newsletter (05.12.2014) – Dialogue with HKAAA: The team of Clockenflap Music & Arts Festival and Veteran Arts Administrator Prof. Tseng Sun Man/ 2nd Hong Kong Arts Administration Recruitment Day
 
Dialogue with HKAAA
 
The Team of Clockenflap Music & Arts Festival
   
Photo Credit: Chris Lusher                                               Photo Credit: Kitmin Lee
 
Clockenflap from 28 to 30 November 2014 has once again blown minds way with the amazing live music performances and multimedia art endeavors like Silent Disco and Cinema Silenzio in West Kowloon. HKAAA is delighted to bring you an interview with the team of the annual music and arts festival to share with us their thoughts in creating the incredible event.

C: Clockenflap | HKAAA: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
 
 
HKAAA: Congratulations on the enormous success of Clockenflap 2014, how do you feel now?
 
C: Well, the team is exhausted - however we are overjoyed with the results. Each year we learn from previous years and fine tune pretty much every aspect of the festival. This year we felt that we had made a huge leap forward. All of our well laid plans came to fruition. We are also incredibly grateful to all the artists, partners, crew and audiences that supported the event. There were many moments that we could not predict that propelled the festival even higher, Jack Black operating the confetti canons during The Flaming Lips set and The Turbans literally taking over Hong Kong with their infectious busking, just two that stand out.

HKAAA: According to a recent article on South China Morning Post, the festival’s participants had grown from 1,500 to 40,000 over the years. However, there were cancellations of brand-named outdoor music festivals during the last one year in Hong Kong.  What do you think?  Do you think the culture of outdoor music festival can be nurtured here in Hong Kong?
 
C: Hong Kong has a unique landscape, in terms of geography, culture, people, arts, and so on (as do other places). We would imagine it to be very hard to simply arrive in Hong Kong with an international brand of outdoor festival and expect instant success. We've been creating Clockenflap for seven years now, and before that the core team were very active in the music and arts scene, both locally and internationally. The key, as we see it, is to nurture a festival from a small grass roots scale, expanding just slightly ahead of the demand - in order to retain genuine connectivity to the local taste whilst delivering an event beyond the audiences’ expectations. This most recent edition of Clockenflap proves beyond any doubt that Hong Kong audiences have a huge appetite for outdoor music and arts festivals - as demonstrated not only by the numbers, but the demographics of those who attended and the manner in which they engaged with the performances and attractions.
 
HKAAA: Are your audiences all from Hong Kong?  Can you see the potential of building the festival as a regional one?  Or, Hong Kong can become a regional/an international hub of outdoor music festivals?
 
C: We see a fairly even split of local Hong Kong Chinese and international Hong Kong residents attending Clockenflap, however there are an ever increasing number of overseas visitors attending the festival. Clockenflap is gaining a reputation internationally as one of the top festivals to experience. Our line-up, arts content, festival site - with the stunning views, and good vibes are drawing people to Hong Kong. We also receive glowing feedback from our international artists - who often tell us in no uncertain terms that Clockenflap was one of the best festival experiences of their lives.
 
HKAAA: You did an excellent job in including Cantonese local bands in your lineup.  How do you decide whom to invite?
 
C: Thank you.  From the very beginning of Clockenflap's life, the majority of artists on our line-up have always been local, Cantonese acts.  It's vital to us to be promoting local talent and showcasing the artists to a wider audience, as much as we can.  In terms of who we ask, the invitation process is a long and hotly debated topic internally! All year round, our team goes out to shows, checks out links/cds and consistently are in touch with people from all across the community, to ultimately find the artists who will work well on the Clockenflap stage.  The reality is we never have enough slots to put in all the acts we wish we could.  There's literally hundreds and hundreds of artists each year we need to narrow down to just a very finite number of slots.  We certainly consider it a true honour and blessing that we get to do this for our jobs, and hopefully play a small part in keeping the momentum of the local scene moving forwards.

HKAAA: Clockenflap team is quite keen to get across a message - the festival is for Hong Kong.  Can you share with us more about this?
 
C: Well, simply put - Justin was born in Hong Kong and Mike and myself have lived here for 17 and 18 years respectively. Hong Kong is well and truly a home for all of us and therefore we selfishly decided to create Clockenflap so we could attend a music and arts festival in Hong Kong. It just so happened that quite a few other Hong Kongers wanted the same thing! The point is, we started Clockenflap for the single reason that we are passionate about music and art and wanted more of it in Hong Kong. The festival format offers such a wealth of opportunity for exploring creativity - there is really no set formula. Hong Kong is such a melting pot of people and cultures, the festival spirit embraces these qualities very well.
 
HKAAA: Last but not least, we are all looking forward to next year’s Clockenflap, will the festival be held somewhere else for the construction work at the WKCD site?

C: Rest assured Clockenflap 2015 will take place - though venue details are still in discussion. It might be that we are still able to work with WKCD, by utilizing areas not affected by construction. Alternatively we have several other sites in mind.
 
Veteran Arts Administrator Prof. Tseng Sun Man(EMA[AME] Co-Programme Leader)
   
 
 
Being the pioneer of local arts administration and management education, Prof. Tseng launched the first ever course in the discipline at a tertiary institution. HKAAA is honored to talk to Prof. Tseng and have him sharing on his thoughts about the development and opportunities of the profession in Hong Kong as well as his experience in conducting courses over the years.

Prof. Tseng: Prof. Tseng Sun Man | HKAAA: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
 

HKAAA: Arts administration as a profession has already been recognised for decades but just for the recent years, it is recognised by the general public in Hong Kong.  As a veteran arts administrator, what do you think?

Prof. Tseng: Of course I am overjoyed to see the current situation. In the past, the profession was too small in Hong Kong and could not form a critical mass. That limits the mobility and promotion prospects of practitioners. Most arts administrators can only choose to either work for the government, the Arts Festival, the Arts Centre or one of the Big 9 companies. Nowadays, there are many more employers in small and medium size companies, the HKADC and of course the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority. A really positive development is that some experienced arts administrators are starting their own companies and agencies. People can move about freely to take up different challenges at different stages of their career.
We also see quite a number of experienced administrators from outside joining the local profession. I would divide them into two groups. The first group are overseas experienced arts administrators from the UK, Australia, Taiwan and the States. The second group are experienced administrators from other professions, such as accountants, marketing specialists, human resources management experts, who are attracted to join West Kowloon or other major arts institutions. Having more professionals from diversified background is very healthy for the development of our field. I believe we would benefit from   their vision and new perspectives. I also hope that they would try to understand the special contexts of the cultural ecology in Hong Kong and integrate quickly with local practitioners. 


I agree with you that the general public has become much more aware of the profession in recent years. This has been the result of a number of factors: the development of West Kowloon, the government’s strategy in developing creative industries and increasing number of cultural activities. Most of the performing arts venues are close to being fully booked. It is gratifying to note that arts and culture have increasingly become part of the lifestyle of Hong Kong residents. You can tell from the growing number of art galleries and street performers, the popularity of the art fairs and crafts markets etc.  Now more young people are interested to become artists and arts administrators, or they are allowed by their parents.

Now that we seem to have a lot of young people wishing to enter the profession, I hope we can attract the most capable ones to actually STAY in the profession, rather than seeking greener pastures after two or three years. We have to acknowledge that the drop-out rate of arts managers is high everywhere, particularly at the junior level.  To some extent it has to do with the nature of the profession, such as the unsocial and long working hours. But we know that the drop-out rate of assistant managers in the LCSD has been rather low. I believe a major factor is that they offer a decent salary. I understand that we cannot expect small arts organizations to do the same. However, I hope other major arts institutions will set an appropriate benchmark in their compensation package.   In the last thirty years I have come across many capable and dedicated young colleagues in different arts organizations I worked for. Sadly many of them have left for better prospects. I always believe that if we offer better packages and prospects, many of them will return to the field.    
 

HKAAA: There are different views concerning arts administration training, for example, some say that arts administration/management cannot be taught?  What do you think?

Prof. Tseng: Of course I would say that arts administration can be taught. Otherwise I would be out of work! Ha Ha Ha!
 
Seriously,  this is a question that I have always asked myself for the last thirty years at different stages of my work—when I was a junior arts administrator, an arts management student, an arts CEO, and then as a teacher.  What are the qualities of a good arts administrator and can these be taught? As a teacher, the challenge of course is how to nurture such qualities for students of different background: undergraduate, post-graduate, experienced practitioners.

To be a good arts administrator one needs to have relevant knowledge and skills, good judgment, values and pattern of behavior which are respected by colleagues. Some of these requirements like knowledge and skills can be taught. So theories of management, leadership, strategic planning, financial management, marketing, law, fundraising, cultural policies etc are useful  knowledge for an arts administrator to function effectively. These can be taught and should be learned systematically.    However, having the right knowledge and skills doesn’t mean that  you can apply them appropriately.  Learning through case studies and best practices helps in application.  But the key here is one’s analytical ability and judgment.  Academic studies can enhance these abilities to a certain extent. But some skills like communications can only be learned partly.  It would be difficult for arts administration programmes to teach values, attitudes and behavior in spite of their importance. These are specific to individuals. Usually adults learn these through influence of leaders and peers rather than through lessons.  However, if I have undergraduate students in arts administration, I would put a lot of effort to ensure that they acquire positive values, attitudes and behavior because these make them better individuals.

When fresh graduates interested to pursue arts administration as a career asked me for recommendation on arts administration programmes, I always advise them to find a job in arts administration first. They should work for two or three years BEFORE they study arts administration. My own experience was that the City University of London turned down my application for a Post-graduate Diploma in Arts Administration when I was a fresh graduate. I was admitted with a scholarship two years later after I had experience working in the field. Since then I firmly believe that if you have management experience, you would get much more out of an arts administration programme. For under-graduates who wish to become arts administrators, I always suggest that they actively participate in the organization of student bodies or cultural activities. Practical training and experience are vital in learning how to manage.  

I believe that all arts administrators should at some point in their career complete an MA in Cultural Management or MBA. It is not because I think practitioners need degrees. But it is a systematic way to fine-tune your vision and develop a holistic understanding of how to effectively manage a cultural organization. Most practitioners concentrate on one to two areas in their job, for example in programming or marketing.  Pursuing an MA enables them to acquire basic understanding of the areas they are not involved in their day-to-day work. Through self-reflection of their management experience, they are better equipped to integrate theories and practical experience in their actual work.   Even if one has done the same task or project many times at work does not mean that it is the most effective way. 

I don’t think there are model answers in arts management. A marketing plan which was very successful for an arts group in a certain city may not work for another arts group because the contexts are different. What we try to achieve is helping students to establish an analytical framework through which they can critically review the issues they encounter in work. In addition, we guide them to develop a habit of self-reflection and self-learning. These cannot be accomplished through short courses or professional workshops.
 
 
HKAAA: You have been involved in the development of almost all the arts administration/management training programmes offered by tertiary institutions in HK.  Can you share with us how the landscape has been changed since the first programme you built, the one with the Hong Kong Art School in 2002, right? The “Executive Master of Arts in Arts Management and Entrepreneurship” programme offered by HKIEd is your most recent achievement, how can it address the needs of arts administration training in HK?

Prof. Tseng: First of all I only developed two arts management programmes in Hong Kong -- a one-year part-time Professional Certificate in Arts Management for the Arts School in 2002 and the current EMA for HKIEd. I did give some suggestions in the design of the Post-graduate Diploma in Creative Industries Management of HKU SPACE.   I used to teach in three local programmes – SPACE, CUHK and HKAPA before I launched the HKIEd programme. Hence I got to know many students from these programmes. 

In 2002, two arts management programmes were launched in Hong Kong, the one at Hong Kong Arts School and the MA in Cultural Management at CUHK. Now there are five award-bearing postgraduate programmes: CUHK, HKU SPACE, an MFA in HKAPA, an MA in Visual Arts Administration at Baptist University and our EMA. In addition there are short training programmes catered for senior managers, such as ACLP (Advanced Cultural Leadership Programme) of Hong Kong University and the Leadership Training Programme for Senior Arts and Culture Executives offered by the HKAAA and NAS. It is obvious that there is currently considerable interest amongst young people in seeking a career in arts or cultural management. Apart from programmes which are specially designed for practitioners, my knowledge is that the majority of arts administration graduates in Hong Kong do not end up as arts administrators. 

In spite of this, it is fair to say that a significant proportion of young arts administrators nowadays have a degree in arts administration. Ten years ago, the percentage was very small. This is a very encouraging sign.
Personally I am more concerned about addressing the training needs of experienced practitioners who have not gone through structured training. Hence the idea of starting an Executive MA (Executive Master of Arts in Arts Management and Entrepreneurship). I appreciate that many experienced arts administrators are not keen to join training programmes if their classmates have little experience. As a trainer I also want to maximize the learning outcome. The need for award-bearing programme for experienced arts administrators is not limited to Hong Kong but is a regional one The diverse mix of the students in the first cohort of our EMA is a proof. We are able to get students from five cities with diverse background and minimum five years of management experience.  They create a really powerful platform for peer learning and networking.  Having the right learning platform for them is important even though the market is not big. I must confess that I have never taken so much pleasure in reading and marking the assignments of students. 


We highlight entrepreneurship in our EMA in order to promote more synergies between not-for-profit and commercial arts activities. We are fortunate to work together with International Partner Goldsmith College, University of London who has expertise in this area. The mode of learning which we adopted for the EMA is another special feature. Lessons are held in two ten-day intensive learning periods each year for two years.  In between the Intensive Learning Periods, learning continues through assignments and e-platforms. It seems that our busy students from different cities really like this mode of learning.
 
 
HKAAA: Last but not the least, you have mentioned in an earlier press interview that HK can be a hub for arts administration/management training. Can you elaborate more?

Prof. Tseng: Yes, I feel that Hong Kong has the potential to become a regional hub for arts management training. Firstly the training programmes address our need of nurturing practitioners for West Kowloon and other cultural developments. Secondly we have good universities which are recognized internationally. Thirdly we have a vibrant arts scene with many well-managed arts institutions in Hong Kong which provides good case studies. Fourthly we now have senior arts administrators from different parts of the world who can share their insights. Finally there is the Chief Executive’s Policy Initiative to support arts administrative training. As a result, LCSD, HKADC and HKAAA have been supporting and designing  arts administration training initiatives.  

It should be pointed out that some arts administration programmes in Hong Kong and our Professional Development activities have already succeeded in attracting overseas students and practitioners. The annual Cultural Leadership Summit organized by the HKAAA has been attracting more and more practitioners from the region. A few weeks ago, a delegation of senior managers from Mainland Performing Arts Venues came to Hong Kong for a 10-day study trip. Of course we are still a long way from BEING a regional training hub. Most local arts administration programmes operate on one or two full-time staff, we need a lot more research studies on arts administration practices and cultural ecology in Hong Kong. Above all, we need a roadmap for arts development in Hong Kong, which would state clearly human resources needs and development strategies. Then we can have a solid basis to plan and support training programmes.
 
HKAAA Updates
 
2nd Hong Kong Arts Administration Recruitment Day

Following the huge success of our first Arts Administration Recruitment Day, the Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association is launching its second large-scale arts administration recruitment day at Sheung Wan Civic Centre on 31 January 2015 (Sat).
 
The Recruitment Day will serve as a platform for the participating arts organizations and job seekers, offering an opportunity for on-location job application and interview. Prestigious arts administration managers are invited to share with us their views and experience as well as the future and opportunities in the profession on the Recruitment Day. 
 
The recruitment day is now open for application by interested arts organizations. 
 
Details of Recruitment Day:
Date: 31 January 2015 (Sat)
Time: Recruitment Day and Talks from 12pm to 6pm (
tbc)
Venue: Sheung Wan Civic Centre (6/F, Sheung Wan Municipal Services Building, 345 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong)
Free admission! (Arts organizations are to pay a deposit of 300HKD.)
 
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Featured Event
 
 
City Contemporary Dance Company - In Search of Hong Kong Contemporary Dance: History, Aesthetics, Identities Symposium
Date︰14.12.2014 (Sun) 10am-6pm
Venue︰Mr and Mrs Lau Chor Tak Multi-purpose Hall, Madam Kwok Chung Bo Fun Sports and Cultural Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University
 
1) Hong Kong Contemporary Dance History in the Past 50 Years
Time︰10am-12pm
 
2)Hong Kong Contemporary Dance Image
Time︰1:30pm-3:30pm
 
3)Contemporary Dance Ecology in Hong Kong
Time︰4pm-6pm
 
Presenter
City Contemporary Dance Company
 
Co-presenters
Hong Kong Baptist University Department of Humanities and Creative Writing and Film Academy
 
Conducted in Cantonese | Free Admission
 
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HK Phil - Symposia on Wagner’s Ring Cycle
 
HK Phil invites you to join their three Symposia on Wagner’s Ring Cycle. Free Admission. Register to secure your seats!
 
Symposium 1: Wagner – His Life and Times
29-11-2014 Sat 2:30 – 5:30 pm
G/F Lecture Theatre, Hong Kong Central Library
 
Symposium 2: The Appeal of the Ring Cycle
13-12-2014 Sat 2:30 – 5:30 pm
G/F Lecture Theatre, Hong Kong Central Library
 
Symposium 3: Exposition of Das Rheingold
24-1-2015 Sat 2:30 – 5:30 pm
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
 
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The Hong Kong Institute of Education - Executive Master of Arts in Arts Management and Entrepreneurship programme 2015 Intake
 
 
EMA(AME) Programme Provides Learning Platform for Experienced Cultural Managers from the Region
Application for Admission to 2015 Intake is Now Open
 
The Executive Master of Arts in Arts Management and Entrepreneurship EMA(AME) programme now invites applications for admission to its 2015 cohort. The EMA programme is offered by The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) with International Partner  Goldsmiths, University of London. This two-year part-time EMA programme is specially designed for in-service arts/cultural managers from Hong Kong and the region who have minimum five years of management experience.
 
To suit busy arts/cultural managers, participants are only required to attend two intensive 10-day teaching periods in February and August each year. In between the teaching modules, blended learning will be conducted through e-learning platforms.
 
Extended Application deadline: 17 December 2014
 
Website:http://www.ied.edu.hk/ema
Brochure:http://issuu.com/ema_ame/docs/emabrochure_2/1
Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/emaplushk
Video (With EMA participant Testimonials):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tu9bjZ6GrFs
Enquiry:ema@ied.edu.hk / (852) 2948 7088 / (852) 2948 7139
 
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Highlight Event
 
 
HKDI Gallery Presents: Japanese Poster Artists – Cherry Blossom and Asceticism

Date: 14 Oct 2014 – 30 Mar 2015 (Closed on Tuesdays, 21 & 28 Dec 2014 and 4 Jan 2015)
Time: 10am – 8pm
Venue: Ground Floor of d-mart, HKDI and IVE (Lee Wai Lee)
Address: 3 King Ling Road, Tseung Kwan O  (Tiu Keng Leng MTR Station, Exit A2)
 
Free Admission
 
Grand Inaugural
 
Date: 28 Nov 2014 (Friday)
Time: 5:30pm
Venue: Design Boulevard, HKDI and IVE (Lee Wai Lee)
 
Organiser, Co-organiser, Supporting Organisations and Media Partners
 
- Organiser: HKDI and IVE (Lee Wai Lee)
- Co-organiser: Museum of Design Zurich
- Supporting Organisations: The Consulate General of Switzerland in Hong Kong, Zurich University of the Arts, ZHdK: Connecting Space Hong Kong – Zurich, DNP Foundation for Cultural Promotion, Nomura International (HK) Limited, Design Council Hong Kong, Hong Kong Design Centre, Hong Kong Arts Development Council, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
- Media Partners: Artmap, Art plus, AM730, MiLK, The Standard 
 
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HKDI Gallery Presents: Re Rag Rug – Contemporary rug design by Studio Brieditis & Evans: Sweden

Date: 24 Oct 2014 – 23 Mar 2015 (Closed on Tuesdays, 21 & 28 Dec 2014 and 4 Jan 2015)
Time: 10am – 8pm
Venue: Mezzanine Floor of d-mart, HKDI and IVE (Lee Wai Lee)
Address: 3 King Ling Road, Tseung Kwan O  (Tiu Keng Leng MTR Station, Exit A2)
 
Free Admission
 
Grand Inaugural
 
Date: 28 Nov 2014 (Friday)
Time: 5:30pm
Venue: Design Boulevard, HKDI and IVE (Lee Wai Lee)
 
Organiser, Co-organisers, Supporting Organisations and Media Partners
 
- Organiser: HKDI and IVE (Lee Wai Lee)
- Co-organisers: Studio Brieditis & Evans, Swedish Institute
- Supporting Organisations: The Consulate General of Sweden in Hong Kong, Design Council Hong Kong, Hong Kong Design Centre, Hong Kong Arts Development Council, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
- Media Partners: Artmap, Art plus, AM730, MiLK, The Standard 
 
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Opportunities
 
Arts Job Vacancies
 
Arts Funding:
 
Hong Kong Arts Development Council
Grants News - Grants available for application:
 
Rehearsal Venue Subsidy
 
The Fresh Wave 2015 – Local Competition Section (1st-Round Selection)
 
Xiqu Playwright Mentoring and New Play Performance Project
 
ImPulsTanz–Vienna International Dance Festival Internships 2015
 
Home Affairs Bureau - Arts Capacity Development Funding Scheme
 
Consulate General of France in Hong Kong & Macau - ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCY PROGRAMME CITÉ INTERNATIONALE DES ARTS PARIS 2015
 
British Council - China-UK Connections through Culture
 
National Central University (Taiwan) - World Sinophone Drama Competition for Young Playwrights - World Sinophone Drama Competition for Young Playwrights
 
 
 
10% off discount on Hong Kong Repertory Theatre Reader’s Theatre “The Donkey” and “The Name”!
Introduction
Handbill
 
Programme Details
Venue: Hong Kong City Hall 8/F Recital Hall
Date & Time: 22 November, 6 December 2014, 2:45pm
Original Ticket Price**: $30 (Free Seating)
Presented in Cantonese

 
**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount. Please present your membership card at Urbtix Ticketing Office.
 
Programme Enquiries:852-3103 5900
 
10% off discount on Zuni Icosahedron "Red Rose, White Rose"!
Introduction
Handbill
 
Programme Details
Venue: Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Date & Time: 28-29 November 2014 (Fri-Sat) 8:15pm / 4-5 December 2014 (Thu-Fri) 8:15pm / 6 December 2014 (Sat) 3:00pm

Original Ticket Price**:  $140, $190, $280, $420 / $126, $171, $252, $378 (Thu session)
 
**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount. Please present your membership card at Urbtix Ticketing Office.
 
Programme Enquiries:852-2566 9696
 
 
10% off discount on Hong Kong Repertory Theatre “The Sound of Evolution”!
Introduction
Handbill
 
Programme Details
Venue: HKRep Black Box
Date & Time: 29 November, 2-6, 9-12 December 2014, 8:00pm
30 November, 6-7 December 2014, 3:00pm
Original Ticket Price**: $160 (Free Seating)

 
**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount. Please present your membership card at Urbtix Ticketing Office.
 
Programme Enquiries:852-3103 5900
 
10% off discount on Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra “String Stories II”!
Introduction
Handbill
 
Programme Details
Venue: Hong Kong City Hall Theatre
Date & Time: 5 December 2014 (Friday) 8:00pm
Original Ticket Price**: $180, $250

 
**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount. Please present your membership card at Urbtix Ticketing Office.

Programme Enquiries:852-3185 1600

 
 
10% off discount on Hong Kong Dance Company "Storm Clouds"!
Introduction
Handbill
Promotional Video
 
Programme Details
Venue: Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Date & Time: 12-14 December 2014 (Fri-Sun) 7:45pm / 13-14 December 2014 (Sat-Sun) 3pm
Original Ticket Price: Evening $360, $280, $220, $180 / Matinee $330, $250, $200, $160 

 
**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount. Please present your membership card at Urbtix Ticketing Office.
 
Programme Enquiries:852-3103 1806
10% off discount on City Contemporary Dance Company “Amidst the Wind”!
Introduction
Handbill
Promotional Video
 
Programme Details
Venue: Kwai Tsing Theatre, Auditorium
Date & Time: 
13/12/2014 (Sat) 8pm
Original Ticket Price**: HK$250, $180 & $140
 
**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount. Please present your membership card at Urbtix Ticketing Office.

Programme Enquiries:852-2329 7803

 
 
10% off discount on Hong Kong Repertory Theatre “Footprints in the Snow”!
Introduction
Handbill
 
Programme Details
Venue: Auditorium, Ko Shan Theatre New Wing
Date & Time: 18-21 December 2014, 8:00pm
20-21 December 2014, 3:00pm
Original Ticket Price**: $160 - $360

 
**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount. Please present your membership card at Urbtix Ticketing Office.
 
Programme Enquiries:852-3103 5900
10% off discount on MQ Musical Theatre "The Bluebird of Happiness"!
Introduction
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Promotion Video
 
Programme Details
Venue: Drama Theatre, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Date & Time: 19-20 Dec 2014 (Fri-Sat) 7:30pm / 21 Dec 2014 (Sun) 11:00am & 7:30pm

Original Ticket Price**: $580, $480, $380, $280

**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount. Please present your membership card at HK Ticketing Office.
 
Programme Enquiries:852-3407 4208

 
10% off discount on Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra “Tante•Uneasy and Beyond”!
Introduction
Handbill
 
Programme Details
Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
Date & Time: 20 December 2014 (Saturday) 8:00pm and 21 December 2014 (Sunday) 3:00pm
Original Ticket Price**: $100, $150, $250, $380

 
**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount. Please present your membership card at Urbtix Ticketing Office.

Programme Enquiries:852-3185 1600

 
 
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