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HKAAA E-newsletter (Issue#2 April 2020)
  • 「傑出藝術領袖系列」 ── 嘉賓:蔡靄兒女士
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「傑出藝術領袖系列」 ── 嘉賓:蔡靄兒女士
(Only Chinese version is available)
 
電影在香港是其中一個最普及的藝術類型,本會有幸邀請到MOViE MOViE 總經理蔡靄兒女士擔任本年度「傑出藝術領袖系列」講者,與我們娓娓道來其豐富的藝術管理生涯, 分享她對香港藝術電影發展的見解及MOViE MOViE的未來動向。
 
蔡女士是一位全方位的資深藝術行政人員,曾於不同藝文及商業機構服務,包括電視廣播有限公司、香港藝術中心及NowTV 等。
 
蔡女士參與開辦香港第一條播放另類電影的本地頻道MOViE MOViE,並於2017年開辦 MOViE MOViE 戲院,致力推廣藝術電影,實現她與大眾分享電影的夢想。近月,蔡女士更榮獲2019/20 年度「Clore領袖培訓計劃-香港獎學金」,遠赴英國進行度身定造的培訓。
 
由於疫情持續,是次講座將改為預錄節目,由5月19至21日,分三部分於HKAAA Facebook 專頁免費播放,希望同業在這個表演藝術寒冬不忘增值自己,砥礪前行。
 
為保持其互動元素,若您對電影行業及項目管理有任何疑問,甚至對香港電影藝術行業的看法,歡迎填寫以下表格。本會會將結果交予嘉賓,作為是次節目的素材之一。
表格:https://forms.gle/WyqqFkxVa9Hwfgir6
 
播出日期:2020年5月19至21日(星期二至四)
嘉賓講者:蔡靄兒女士 MOViE MOViE 總經理
主持:李藹儀女士 香港芭蕾舞團 行政總監
 
語言:節目將以粵語錄製
 
詳情︰http://www.hkaaa.org.hk/doc/31581?tab=4
 
  • 按此了解其他本年度「傑出藝術領袖系列」活動
 
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Enquiries | Tel: 2877 7268 | Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk
 
Featured Event
 
‘hong kong artists, women’ by Shirley Wu
Explore our new digital commission, which provides a unique lens into online representation of female artists using data visualisations with poetic and mesmerising aesthetics.

hong kong artists, women uses data extracted from the English version of Wikipedia through the tag ‘Hong Kong Women Artists’, and uses the metaphor of mountains to represent the artists. The height, colours, and number of peaks of each mountain represent the word count, influence, and number of references in the Wikipedia entry.

Take a virtual hike now through Shirley Wu’s beautiful ‘mountainscape’.

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Visit Interactives
 
HKAPA "Academy News"-Feature Interview Series
The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts publishes a feature story every month in its monthly newsletter Academy News, talking with students, faculty members and alumni who share their special moments at the Academy or of life, and reveal their secrets for living a life they love through the performing arts. HKAPA presents to readers a series of four inspirational stories.
 
Deputy Director (Academic) Professor Gillian Choa: The Art of Performing Art Education
Professor Choa has been helping to develop young artists in the city for more than two decades. Before embarking on her career in education, she was the first ever Resident Designer for Chung Ying Theatre Company. Early this year, Professor Choa told the Academy News the unique satisfaction she received at the Academy, "I have great passion for teaching in the Academy because it marries education and creativity. I am able to observe and nurture the students as they mature over the years as creative artists. This is the kind of relationship which I enjoy most,” while also sharing advice to students, "Possibilities are endless. Different opportunities to discover yourself present themselves in the least expected circumstances sometimes. One just has to be brave enough to take up these new challenges and act upon them."
 
Read the full story: https://bit.ly/39MukpS
 
Call for VTC Internship
The Interdisciplinary Unit (IU), one of the academic disciplines of The Institute of Vocational Education (IVE), has been established to offer Higher Diploma programmes dedicated to interdisciplinary studies with respect to the emerging needs of industries. It aims to nurture talents with interdisciplinary knowledge, versatile and independent thinking skills.

Dual-track Internship Programme aims at integrating learning and practice to gauge the practical skills of students and their ability to utilize professional knowledge.    Through real-life work experience, students can enrich their learning experience and equip with emerging skills that is essential in this digital age.

Benefits to training companies:

• Opportunity to recruit work-ready, high-quality young candidates
• Builds a culture of learning and provides employees opportunities to learn valuable mentoring and management skills
• Opportunity to closely examine the skills and suitability of potential employees before they graduate
• Brings new ideas & innovation to Industry
• Improves corporate image and contributes to curriculum design with education provider

For details of the internship programme: Tel: 2595 2565 / Email: iveiu@vtc.edu.hk
 
Highlight Event
 
ART Power HK is a non-commercial, organically grown community campaign, supported by crowdfunding. ART Power HK provides a creative solution to the current situation, showcasing that the arts in Hong Kong are open, active and resilient, and celebrate the arts in Hong Kong in 2020.
 
More details: https://www.artpowerhk.com/
 
Supported by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
 
News Clippings Highlights
 
HKAAA posts a constant feed of arts news on our Facebook Page to keep you updated to the latest arts-related information. In each issue of our weekly e-newsletter, we will feature the five pieces of news with the highest reach rate* over the past week so you would never miss anything hot and important.
 
Here are the top five arts news of 30/3/2020 to 5/4/2020:
 
1. Local Art News: 優才書院向外聘導師及教練發放抗疫特別支援金 每人平均可獲5成薪金 - 香港經濟日報 (30-3-2020)
 
2. Local Art News: M+承認商資不抵債遭解約 西九向擔保公司追討 獲賠2.97億元 – 香港01 (2-4-2020)
 
3. International Art News: 蘇富比揮刀節流 裁員、減薪、強制休假 – The Value (3-4-2020)
 
4. International Art News: 愛爾蘭現代藝術博物館被徵用 改建臨時停屍間 – 立場新聞 (3-4-2020)
 
5. International Art News: MoMA Terminates All Museum Educator Contracts – Hyperallergic (3-4-2020)
 
*Reach rate data is based on HKAAA Facebook Page Insights
 
Opportunities
 
Hong Kong Art Gallery Association – Artists Residency Abroad Funding Scheme
 
Po Leung Kuk Community Youth Art Development Scheme – Young Artist in Residence@V54
 
Home Affairs Bureau – Arts Development Fund (Cultural Exchange Project)
 
Hong Kong Arts Development Council - Support Scheme for Arts & Cultural Sector
 
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant - Jockey Club Black Box Theatre Subsidy Scheme
 
香港藝術發展局 – 「第七屆戲曲藝術人才培育計劃之伙伴機構」現正接受申請
(截止日期:24/4/2020)
 
East Kowloon Cultural Centre – Public Artwork Commissioning Project Open Call for Proposals
(Deadine: 4/5/2020)
 
Hong Kong Arts Development Council - The 7th Arts Administration Internship Scheme – Open for Applications
(Deadine: 18/5/2020)
 
Hong Kong Society For Education In Art - Grantham Visual Arts Award 2019/2020
(Deadine: 29/5/2020)
 
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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