Distinguished academics and senior practitioners from Australia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, United Kingdom and USA join forces in the teaching team of Executive Master of Arts in Arts Management & Entrepreneurship (EMA[AME]). According to EMA(AME) graduates, the diverse background and high expertise of the professors and guest lecturers made a strong impact on their learning.
‘Lecturers’ passion in culture and vision in the arts inspire us to seek innovations, changes and breakthroughs in our work,’ said Mr. Tang Yiu Ming, EMA(AME) graduate & Programme Manager of the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra.
The teaching team includes:
• Arts Management-related courses
- Mr. Douglas Gautier, Chief Executive Officer, Adelaide Festival Centre.
- Prof. Jerry H. Hsia, Director of EMBA in Global Fashion, National Taiwan Normal University.
- Mr. Kingsley Jayasekera, Director, Marketing and Customer Experience of West Kowloon Cultural District Authority.
- Prof. Bernadette Tsui, Director, Development & Alumni Affairs Office, The University of Hong Kong & Executive Director, HKU Foundation.
- Dr. David Tsui Tak Wai, Executive Director, Hong Kong Dance Company.
- Mr. Louis Yu Kwok Lit, Executive Director, Performing Arts, West Kowloon Cultural District Authority.
• Arts and Culture- related courses
- Professor Desmond Hui Cheuk Kuen, Professor, (Cultural and Creative Industries), Department of Social Science, Hang Seng Management College.
- Prof. Alan N. Salzenstein, Professor, Performing Arts Management/ Arts Leader and Interim Chair Department of Musical Studies, DePaul University, USA &
Ex-president, Association of Arts Administration Educators (AAAE).
• Arts Engagement/ Education-related courses
- Ms. Lynn Yau Foon Chi, Chief Executive Officer (Planning & Arts Learning) The Absolutely Fabulous Theatre Connection (AFTEC).
• Entrepreneurship-related courses
- Prof. Gerald Lidstone, Director, Institute of Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship (ICCE) Goldsmiths, University of London.
- Professor Sian Prime, Deputy Director, Institute of Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship (ICCE) Goldsmiths, University of London.
• Research-related courses
- Prof. Samuel Leong, Deputy Director (Academic Programmes and Educational Innovation), The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.
Cultural Entrepreneurship courses offered in conjunction with Goldsmith, University of London
EMA(AME) has collaborated with The Institute of Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship ICCE at Goldsmiths, University of London which enabled Goldsmiths professors to teach three courses related to “creative entrepreneurship” in the EMA(AME) programme. From theory to practice, ICCE courses nurture the skills and attitudes of participants to allow them to become innovators and leaders in the field of arts management.
Executive Master of Arts in Arts Management and Entrepreneurship EMA(AME),presented by The Education University of Hong Kong, is now accepting applications for the 2017 cohort. Since 2014, the EMA(AME) programme has established a powerful learning and networking platform for experienced cultural managers from 7 cities.
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