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HKAAA E-newsletter (24.11.2017)
  • Crafting a Career in Art & Design
HKAAA Updates
Crafting a Career in Art & Design
Rapid developments in technology and Hong Kong’s burgeoning arts scene, have reshaped the local arts & design landscape, in which young aspiring professionals need to find new, creative ways to succeed. Stanley Wong and Sin Sin Man, both renowned Hong Kong artists & designers will share their passions, professional experiences and thoughts on crafting a career today while treading the delicate path between artistic expression and commercial.
Date: 2 Dec 2017 (Saturday)
Time: 12 - 2pm
Venue: PMQ ground floor atrium (35 Aberdeen Street, Central)
  1) Mr Stanley Wong, Local Renowned Designer and Artist
  2) Ms Sin Sin Man, Local Renowned Designer and Founder of Sin Sin Fine Art Gallery

Language: Cantonese (SI service will not be available)
*Free of charge. First-come, first-served. Successful registrants will be receive confirmation email. Please click HERE for registration.
*Co-presented by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association and Art Gallery Association.
Enquiry: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association|Tel: 2877 7268|Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk
Featured Event
Experiments in Museum Learning - ‘Open Up: Museum Learning in the 21st Century’ Talk Series
From November 2017 to June 2018, M+ presents ‘Open Up: Museum Learning in the 21st Century’, a 7-part talk series that invites local and international speakers to share their unique perspectives and approaches on engaging museum visitors through docent tours. The talks highlight various aspects of visitor engagement, including the positioning of contemporary museums and approaches to learning, the role of docents, studies of visitor behaviour, access tours, visual thinking strategies and interpretation. Educators, cultural practitioners and anyone interested in the scope of museum studies are welcome to join.

Experiments in Museum Learning
Date & Time: 29.11.2017 (Wed) 6:30 - 8:30pm
Speaker: Stella Fong, Lead Curator, Learning & Interpretation, M+

Why does M+ place learning at the heart of the museum? What can we learn from the museum beyond what it sets out to teach us? Riding on our core beliefs about learning, this session introduces a variety of experimental art projects and exhibitions that focus on educational models and pedagogical practices, thereby exploring how curating and creative approaches can bring forth new ideas and possibilities to a museum’s learning programme.
Free admission. Register now: https://goo.gl/4dHK9q
M+ Matters REORIENT: Conversations on South and Southeast Asia
A three-day event comprised of one-on-one conversations, short presentations and panel discussions, M+ ‘reorients’ attention southward by bringing together key practitioners, curators, researchers and thinkers from the fields of visual art, design and architecture and moving image, and from various locales in South and Southeast Asia, to present and discuss critical issues and multiplicities related to their practice, institutions and contexts.
Programme details and registration: www.westkowloon.hk/reorient
Date: 30.11.2017-2.12.2017
Venue: Jockey Club Hall, Asia Society Hong Kong Center
Day 1: 30.11.2017, Thu 6-8:30pm
Designing on the Margins—Land, Materiality and Community (https://goo.gl/AepQb9)
- Anupama Kundoo in conversation with Aric Chen
- Eko Prawoto in conversation with Shirley Surya
Day 2: 1.12.2017, Fri 6-8:30pm
Art, Ritual, and the Everyday (https://goo.gl/PF4WqX)
-Rirkrit Tiravanija in conversation with Pauline J. Yao
-Sheela Gowda in conversation with Doryun Chong
Day 3: 2.12.2017, Sat 11am-4pm
Researching, Collecting and Framing the Region (https://goo.gl/Kjfmw4)
-Adjacencies: Links between Hong Kong, South and Southeast Asia
Speakers: Cosmin Costinas, Chuong-Dai Vo, Ashish Rajadhyaksha
Moderator: Stella Fong, Lead Curator, Learning & Interpretation, M+
-Seeds and Networks: Nurturing Local Ecologies
Speakers : Diana Campbell Betancourt, Zoe Butt, Roobina Karode, Ignatius Hermawan Tanzil
Moderators: Pauline J. Yao Lead Curator, Visual Art, M+ and Shirley Surya Associate Curator, Design and Architecture, M+
-Positions: Institutional Perspectives on South and Southeast Asia
Speakers: Sean Anderson, José Da Silva, Judith Greer, Shabbir Hussain Mustafa
Moderator: Suhanya Raffel Executive Director, M+
【PUBLIC LECTURE】The WKCDA Business Model : The Case of Xiqu Centre
The Xiqu Centre of West Kowloon Cultural District will open in late 2018. It aims to preserve the traditional form of Chinese art, as well as create a modern innovative sustainable business model informed by professional practices, social values and business objectives. Mr Louis Yu will cover the strategies and the business model which he has been devising on for this first major performing arts venue of the District.
Date & Time: 2 December 2017 (Sat), 11:00am - 12:30pm
Venue: International College, Room 613, 6/F, United Centre, 95 Queensway (Admiralty MTR - Exit D)
Speaker: Louis Yu, Executive Director, Performing Arts, WKCDA
Language: English
Free Admission | Register here: https://goo.gl/XTAoRi 
Mr Yu joined the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority in June 2010. He is responsible for steering the planning and development of the performing arts facilities in the District, and for overseeing the strategies and operating models for these facilities. Since joining the WKCDA, Mr Yu has played a pivotal role in leading the design and construction of the performing arts facilities. He has also overseen a series of pre-opening programmes for dance, drama and theatre arts, music and xiqu.
With over 28 years of experience in arts administration and management, he was formerly the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. He had worked with the Hong Kong Arts Centre for 13 years and served as the Executive Director from 2000 to 2007.
Details: https://goo.gl/XTAoRi
Only two weeks left for “A Musical Odyssey Beyond Time”!
At the nights of 8 and 9 December, A Musical Odyssey Beyond Time embarks on a journey around the world with music. The sheng, an ancient Chinese instrument, leads the sound-weaving process together with the other five instruments:sanxianzheng, piano, bass guitar and the drums. The resulting musical tapestry flows seamlessly through the East and West, past and present while melting down borders between genres. The piece is a sonic portrayal of the juxtaposition of disparate cultural elements in Hong Kong. SIU2 will perform with their guest performers, including Erhu performer Chan Pik Sum, Trumpeters John Campo and Michael Kurtz, Saxophonists Tom Nunan and Kenny Lin, Trombonists Tony Tsui and Yuko Hayashi.
Date: 8-9 December, 2017
Watch SIU2 intro video: http://newartspower.hk/tc/learn/#media-video
Purchase ticket: www.urbtix.hk/internet/zh_TW/eventDetail/33170
Enquiry: ask@newartspower.hk
Professional Attachment at OzAsia Festival 2018 Open for Application
Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) collaborates again with Adelaide Festival Centre (AFC) of Australia to launch the ‘Professional Attachment at OzAsia Festival 2018’. The Attachment provides an opportunity to local arts practitioners and producers with potentials to further develop their professional skills and network. It is now open for application.
There will be one attachment place for about 22 weeks on a full-time basis from June to mid-November 2018 at the AFC. The selected candidate will mainly participate in festival coordination and programming, production, media marketing and promotion of the OzAsia Festival 2018. A bursary of HK$208,000 will be provided for the successful candidate to cover a round trip air ticket, accommodation, transportation, and subsistence during the placement period.
Interested applicants could obtain application guidelines and form from the HKADC Administration Office or download them from the website:
Application deadline: 20 December 2017 (Wednesday), 6:00 pm
For enquiries, please contact Ms Yeung at 2820 1025 or dorcas_yeung@hkadc.org.hk
M+ Screenings: Stillness in Motion - Tickets on sale now
From 24 to 26 November, “M+ Screenings: Stillness in Motion” explores contemporary cinema’s relationship to Asian philosophy and ink art.

The screenings include Bi Gan’s “Kaili Blues”. This feature film earned him the 2015 Locarno Prize for Best Emerging Director as well as the 2015 Taipei Golden Horse Award for Best New Director. Captured in an exhilarating 41-minute single take, the movie portrays a doctor, poet, and former fugitive Chen Sheng who flees the small town of Kaili in southwest China in search of his young nephew, embarking on an elliptical journey through time, memories, and dreams.

Also featured is Sun Xun’s “21G”, the first ever Chinese animation to be shown at the Venice Film Festival. Comprised of more than 10,000 black-and-white drawings, the animation depicts a haunting journey set against swarming mosquitoes, squawking ravens, steam-powered trains, and flooded graveyards. Get your tickets now.

Date: 24 - 26 Nov 2017
Venue: Broadway Cinematheque
Tickets: HK$85 per screening (Standard) | HK$65 per screening (children, seniors, and students) | M+ Pioneers Member Packages: HK$145 per 2 tickets (for same screening) | HK$68 per screening (bc VIP Member) 
Details: www.westkowloon.hk/en/mplusscreenings  
Highlight Event
HKDI Gallery Presents: Red Dot Design Exhibition “Homo Ex Data – The Natural of the Artificial”
As robots, drones, and virtual reality enter our smart homes, technology has gradually built within us a second nature, an artificial one. HKDI Gallery will showcase over 150 pieces of Red Dot Award-winning products in this exhibition that demonstrates how well-designed technology has become a “new, second nature” to modern human beings and shed light on how we could use better design to develop smarter technology. If you want to know more about research on technology and design, register now for the Opening Event!
Opening Event
Date: 24 November 2017 (Friday)
Time: 5:30pm (Cocktails) | 6pm (Ceremony) (Master Lecture at 4-5pm)
Venue: Hong Kong Design Institute (MTR Tiu Keng Leng Station Exit A2)
Lecture Speaker: Prof Dr Peter Zec (Founder and CEO of Red Dot Design Award)
RSVP essential (free admission): www.hkdi.edu.hk/hkdi_gallery/subscribe/2017-reddot
Enquiries: hkdi-gallery@vtc.edu.hk / 3928-2566
Details: www.hkdi.edu.hk/hkdi_gallery/2017/reddot
Date: 25 Nov 2017 - 27 May 2018 (Closed on Tuesdays, 3, 10 Dec 2017 & 21 Jan 2018) (Free Admission)
Time: 10am - 8pm 
Venue: HKDI Gallery, Hong Kong Design Institute (MTR Tiu Keng Leng Station Exit A2) 
Supported by: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
Concluding this week “STAGE: The Photo Exhibition of Shen Chao-Liang”
Catch the last chance to visit Taiwanese Photographer Shen Chao-Liang’s STAGE series this Friday 24 November, open till 8pm. The presented photos featuring various cabaret groups, artists and “truck theaters” is intended to be a “window” for the viewers, especially those who are not familiar with such performances, to glance and appreciate this unique part of Taiwanese culture.
Date & Time: Till 24 Nov 2017, 8pm
STAGE: The Photo Exhibition of Shen Chao-Liang
Venue: Kwong Hwa Information Culture Centre,
Address: Suite 4907, 49/F Central Plaza,18 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
About the exhibition: http://www.taiwanculture-hk.org/article/index.php?sn=1558
Supported by: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association 
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: Make a Difference School 2017 Open Class - [ Community Counterpoint ]
Music is more than entertainment! Winner of the Golden Horse Awards (Best Original Film Song Award), Taiwan singer songwriter SUMING, together with pop music producer Adrian CHOW, pianist KaJeng WONG and Dr Harry WU will share their music production experiences, and discuss the ties between music, our every lives and culture.
Open Class 1 - Intersection: Music and Society
Date: 1 Dec 2017 (Fri)
Time: 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Venue: HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity

Sharing Guests:
Adrian CHOW (Music Producer); SUMING Rupi (Taiwan Singer songwriter); KaJeng WONG (Pianist, Artistic Director, Music Lab); Dr Harry WU (Assistant Professor, Medical Ethics and Humanities Unit, HKU, Amateur Singer-songwriter) 
Moderator: Dr WONG Chi-chung (Assistant Director, General Education Unit, the University of Hong Kong)
Language: Cantonese and Mandarin (no simultaneous interpretation service will be provided. Please contact us if you have special language needs)
Fee: Free of Charge
Details: www.mad.asia/posts/1066
Supported by: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association 
Belt-Road Master Class
The Master Classes are open for students and general public who are interested in experimentations and creative theater works between traditional and contemporary
art forms.
Requirements: With basic training in performing arts, keen to learn and experiment with different art forms, ready to blend traditional and contemporary performing arts into their own creation
Date: 27 Nov – 6 Dec
Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Quota:5 (Special and limited offer to members of HKAAA)
Fees: $200 for each class
Programme Information
Supported by: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association 
Hong Kong Zine & Print Fest 2017
Exhibition, Pop Up Zineshop, Sharing and Workshops
Date: 25 Nov – 6 Dec, 2017
Time:   1 – 7 PM, Daily
Venue:           L1 & L0 Gallery, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Address:        30 Pak Tin Street, Shek Kip Mei, Kowloon

Programme Details: https://goo.gl/3sFNTe
Hong Kong Graphic Art Fiesta is the annual flagship programme of the Hong Kong Open Printshop. The Fiesta is an international event to explore and to broaden the possibilities of printmaking.
This year, we are delighted to present “Hong Kong Zine & Print Fest”, staging zines, a small edition of innovative publication by zinesters and independent presses from around the world, in addition with a series of workshops, sharing alongside the exciting Pop Up Zineshop in this November, right here at Hong Kong Open Printshop.
Presented by:    Hong Kong Open Prinshop
This production is financially supported by Hong Kong Arts Development Council
Media Partner:  SAGE Communications, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
Venue Supported by: Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Sponsor: Awagami Factory, Hop Inn
Supported by: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association 
Business of Design Week (BODW)
Business of Design Week (BODW) features a star-studded line-up of speakers to help spark the next great creative business idea.
Italy is the partner country for BODW 2017. Guided by the curatorial theme of ITALY Makes a Difference, BODW 2017 will serve as a platform for meaningful design dialogue between Italy and Hong Kong to offer a new perspective towards design-driven innovation.
Covering a wide range of topics around the broader themes of brands, culture & the city, architecture, space, communication, product and heritage, BODW 2017 will consolidate its position as a leading regional business of design programme unlocking new business opportunities, creating substantive value and contributing to the betterment of our city and economy.
Venue: Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre
Date: 4-9 Dec, 2017
By Using Promo Code “SUGINA2N”, you may enjoy a 30% off discount when purchasing tickets on https://bodw.com/en/buy-ticket/ before Nov 30.
For programme details, please visit: www.bodw.com
Supported by: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association 
HKTDC [ DesignInspire 2017 ]
(Chinese version only)
請即預先登記報名: https://goo.gl/HMghtA
提早預約機構團體導賞團:(30分鐘): https://goo.gl/gftXYq
Fair Dates: 7-9 December 2017 (Thu-Sat)
Venue: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive, Wan Chai, Hong Kong (Harbour Road Entrance)
Opening Hours: 7-8 December 2017 (Thu-Fri)
9 December 2017 (Sat)
Details: https://goo.gl/D7fC69
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLtXCXJ5DZo&feature=youtu.be
Supported by: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
Hong Kong Belt-Road City-to-City Cultural Exchange Conference 2017
Curators: Danny Yung, Mathias Woo
Organiser: Zuni Icosahedron
Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Hong Kong Belt-Road City-to-City Cultural Exchange Conference 2017 is a network conference focusing on the Belt and Road cities. Its aim is to promote arts and cultural exchanges and collaborations among the respective cities, and to provide an impetus to the new paradigm of multicultural interactions between the East and the West.
Programme Information
Date: 9-10 December
Language: English (with Putonghua simultaneous interpretation)
Theme: Cultural Exchange and City Branding
The Conference is organised for arts administrators, cultural practitioners and students, as well as general public, providing them with a platform to learn about cultural policies and ecologies of the relevant cities.
Registration & details: https://goo.gl/skTUeC

Supported by: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
No Past, No Future
“Make it count!” – Laurence Loh
How often have you heard or used the phrase “Let him think that it’s his idea and you will win support for your cause”? This is covert subversion.
When you march in the streets and occupy a public space, you are viewed as troublemakers trying to influence public perceptions through airtime. This is overt subversion.
Let’s think of heritage conservation as a critical subversive activity.  Which approach will you take, covert or overt?
Laurence Loh, renowned as the “Heritage Crusader” of Penang, Malaysia, has always been looking for covert ways to engage and save Penang’s heritage for future generations.
His milestone restoration project, the Blue Mansion, received the UNESCO’s Most Excellent Project in the Asia Pacific Heritage Award in 2000 and kick-started the path towards the World Heritage Listing of George Town. Riding on the awareness it has created, now conservation is a mainstream activity in Penang.
A new model of subversion can be found in an amorphous advocacy group called the Penang Forum, a loose coalition of individuals and organisations, and has certain impact on political agendas. How does it work?
Speakers: Laurence Loh (Architect, Professor of Architecture and leading practitioner in Conservation | Malaysia)
                   Benny Chia (Founder of the Fringe Club | Hong Kong)

Date: 9 Dec 2017 (Sat)
Time: 3:30 - 5pm
Venue: Fringe Upstairs

In English | Free Admission
(Free LPL Fringe Tour in English / Cantonese at 2:30pm)

Registration & details: www.jcchlp.com/loh

Supported by: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
Hong Kong Arts Development Council Invitation for Proposals – Hong Kong Theatre Yearbook 2017 (Deadline: 5/12/2017)
 International Association of Theatre Critics (Hong Kong)Critics in Action: Self-exploring Scheme for Theatre Critics(Deadline: 8/12/2017)
Hong Kong Arts Development Council【Professional Attachment at Mori Art Museum 2018】(Deadline: 8/12/2017)
Young Artist in Residence @ V54
Hong Kong Arts Development Council【Professional Attachment at OzAsia Festival 2018
Hong Kong Arts Development Council【7th round funding exercise of the Arts Capacity Development Funding Scheme(Deadline: 5/1/2018)
Hong Kong Arts Development CouncilArts Administration Scholarships 2018
(Deadline: 31/1/2018)
British Council【UK-China Connections through Culture Grants(Deadline: 2/2/2018)
20% off discount on Class 7A Drama Group – Love to Forget Rerun
Programme Details 
Theatre, Sheung Wan Civic Centre
Date & Time:
7:45pm:23 – 25.11.2017
– 26.11.2017
Price**: $280, $190
Book Now: 3761 6661 / www.urbtix.hk 

  **HKAAA Members are offered 20% off discount on purchasing full-price tickets at Urbtix outlets by using the promo code "AAA080"
Limited discount tickets are available on first come, first served basis.   
10% off discount on Hong Kong Dance Company Grand Dance Drama Lady White of West Lake
Programme Details
Venue: Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Venue: 24-26 Nov (Fri-Sun) 7:45pm / 25-26 Nov (Sat-Sun) 3:00pm
Ticket Price: $380, $280, $220, $180 (Fri & Sat Evenings), $330, $250, $200, $160 (Matinees & Sun Evening)
Website: http://www.hkdance.com/performances/ladywhite?lang=tc
Trailer: https://youtu.be/bNzPxp0tuc8
Enquiry telephone contact: 3103 1805
Tickets: https://ticket.urbtix.hk/internet/zh_TW/eventDetail/33654
Discount Scheme: HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount on purchasing full-price tickets at URBTIX outlets. Please present your membership card at Urbtix outlets. (Not applicable for $160 and $180 tickets)
Pre-performance talks online registration:
10% off discount on Hong Kong Sinfonietta - McDull.Pictures at a Concert
Programme Details
Details: https://goo.gl/ak16z6     
Date & Time:  
1.12.2017 (Fri) 7:30PM
2.12.2017 (Sat) 3PM & 7:30PM
3.12.2017 (Sun) 3PM & 7:30PM
Venue: HK City Hall Concert Hall
Ticket Price: $420, $280, $160

Tickets at URBTIX: 2111 5999 / www.URBTIX.hk
**10% off upon showing HKAAA membership card at URBTIX outlets
Programme Enquiries: 2836 3336 / www.HKSL.org
Enjoy special rate on Theatre Ronin "Fallen"
Programme Details
Date & Time: 
1-2/12/2017 (Fri-Sat) 8:00pm
3/12/2017 (Sun) 3:00pm
Venue: Theatre, Hong Kong City Hall
Price: $260, $200, $130
Buy Tickets: https://goo.gl/qJKukj
Adapted from the book “Grand Old Man of Hong Kong: Sir Shouson Chow” by Dr. Victor Zheng and Charles W. Chow.

Incorporating live music and real-time recording, with the contemporarytheatrical language, Theatre Ronin illustrates the legendary life of the veryfirst Chinese member of the Executive Council -- Sir Shouson Chow (1861-1959).
**HKAAA Members enjoy a special rate $235 (Original $260) on Theatre Ronin "Fallen", the deadline to purchase ticket with discount price would be: 20/11/2017 (Mon)
20% off discount on HKCO concert - “Lu Siqing Plays The Butterfly Lovers”
Programme Details
Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
Date & Time: 8-9 Dec 2017 (Friday & Saturday) 8:00pm
Original Ticket Price**: $150 $200 $260 $320
Introduction: http://www.hkco.org/en/Concerts/Lu-Siqing-Plays-The-Butterfly-Lovers.html
**HKAAA Members are offered 20% off discount. Please present your membership card at Urbtix Ticketing Office.
Tickets at URBTIX: 2111 5999 / www.urbtix.hk
Programme Enquiries:852-3185 1600
10% off discount on "My Dad, My Mom, My Son and My Daughter... (Re-run) by Pants Theatre Production
Programme Details
Venue: Cultural Activities Hall, Sha tin Town Hall
Date: 8-9 December, 2017 (Fri-Sat) 8pm
           9-10 December, 2017 (Sat-Sun) 3pm
Original Ticket Price: $220
Enquiries: 2416 9006
Limited seats available.
Website: http://www.pants.org.hk/?a=doc&id=487
**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off of full-price tickets while purchasing tickets at Urbtix Box Office with discount code " MYDAD". 
Tickets at URBTIX: 2111 5999 / www.urbtix.hk
Programme Enquiries:852-3185 1600
10% off discount on "Hong Kong Dance Company Experimental Dance Theatre Festival 8/F Platform XI – A Time Traveller’s Note"
Programme Details
Date/Time: 8/F Sheung Wan Civic Centre, Hong Kong Dance Company 8/F Platform
[Programme 1] 8-9 Dec (Fri-Sat) 7:45pm,
9 Dec (Sat) 3:00pm
[Programme 2] 15-16 Dec (Fri-Sat) 7:45pm,
16 Dec (Sat) 3:00pm
Ticket Price: $210 [Programme 1 OR Programme 2]
$400 [Programme 1 AND Programme 2]
Trailer: https://youtu.be/ebOHBIHqaOo
Enquiry telephone contact: 3103 1805
Tickets: https://www.art-mate.net/doc/47953
**Discount Scheme: HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount on purchasing full-price tickets at art-mate.net. Please enter the promotion code ST009 on the ticketing platform.
Early bird discount up to 20% off is available from 26 September to 31 October on HKRep Chan Dang Social Services Foundation proudly sponsors “Scrooge! – the Musical”
Programme Details 
Venue: Lyric Theatre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts Date & Time:
7:45pm:19 – 21, 23 – 25, 28 – 30.12.2017
2:30pm:26,31.12.2017, 1.1.2018
Price: $350, $240, $170 (Applicable to 19 – 21.12) $380, $250, $180 (Applicable to 23.12 – 1.1)
For more details please visit:
Programme Enquiries: 852-3103 5900
Book Now: 31 288 288/ www.hkticketing.com
**Early bird discount up to 20% off is available from 26 September to 31 October
**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount on purchasing full-price tickets at HK Ticketing outlets after the early bird period . Please present your membership card at HK Ticketing outlets
Year-round benefits for HKAAA members
  • Hong Kong Art School (HKAS)
    • An exclusive 10% discount for enrolment into short courses conducted by HKAS (Referring to courses that are categorized under the "Short Courses" section on HKAS website or as printed in the designated short course brochure, which is published on a half-yearly basis)
    • An exclusive 10% discount for enrolment into modules of the Professional Diploma in Fine Art (PDFA). (The PDFA modules are offered on a relatively flexibale basis, each module lasts for around 8 weeks; participants can enroll into individual modules without completing the programme. Currently, modules/ programmes accredited at Level 4 and Level 5 of the Qualifications Framework (QF) are being offered by the School).
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