On Friday 6 May, the public forum of the second Producers’ Network Meeting and Forum takes place at the Asia Society Hong Kong Center. The free talk explores current developments within the performing arts scene in the region, looking at common challenges, the potential for collaboration and dialogue, and the roles that independent producers and new venues can play in creating conducive environments for artists to make work for a wider audience.
Join us to hear independent producers from Taiwan, Macau and Hong Kong reflect on the contexts in which they developed their practices, and how these contexts may be affected by recent developments.
Free Admission. Advance registration required.
Public Forum: The Relationship between Independent Producers and New Performing Arts Venues in Asia
Date and Time: 6 May 2016 (Fri), 2-5pm
Location: Jockey Club Hall, Asia Society Hong Kong Center
Target Participants: Producers, curators, arts administrators, cultural management students, arts organisations
Language: Mandarin / Cantonese, with English, Mandarin and Cantonese simultaneous interpretation
For more details and registration: http://goo.gl/dJDlDf
Sun Ping (Taipei) / Project Director, Fly Global
Erik Kuong (Macau) / Managing and Creative Director, Creative Links Ltd.
Orlean Lai (Hong Kong) / Independent Curator & Creative Producer
Louis Yu (Hong Kong) / Executive Director, Performing Arts, WKCDA
Austin Wang (Taipei) / Director, Taipei Performing Arts Center
Low Kee Hong (Hong Kong)/Head of Artistic Development (Theatre), WKCDA