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HKAAA E-newsletter (Issue#2 June 2020)
  • “Arts Administrator 101” Series - A Conceptual Framework for Fundraising on the Arts
  • 【Webinar Replay】Arts Administrator 101 Series - Guest: Ms. Joel Kwong
 
HKAAA Updates
 
“Arts Administrator 101” Series - A Conceptual Framework for Fundraising on the Arts
Fundraising for the arts is part of the sustainable development action plan for any arts organisation and non-profit organisation in the world today.  In decades, fundraising actually made one essential discipline in the U.S. and many European countries, it doesn’t only help bringing in extra income for the arts organisation, but also bridging the organisation to different stakeholders and gaining recognition and support from them. In fact, a successful fundraising campaign requires advanced marketing skills with a solid  community relationship building.
 
Facing all the challenges of the 21st century, arts managers are asked to take an active approach in fundraising by making use of the market information, data management as well as staying on top of the latest trends for an effective fundraising campaign.  So, what is fundraising for the arts?  How do we organise a fundraising campaign? In the upcoming talk, Vivien will share with us the concept of fundraising and her tips on managing fundraising campaigns with some real case studies.
 
Vivien has been active in the arts scene for over 20 years and she is regarded as one of the early forerunners in development in the Hong Kong's art scene.  Vivien joined the Hong Kong Arts Festival Society in 1991 as the head of the Development department and was appointed as Head of Institutional Advancement of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra in 2003. Since 2011, Vivien has been lecturing on Fundraising and Development for the Arts at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and the Shanghai Theatre Academy, Shanghai.
 
As the outbreak of the novel coronavirus continues, the workshop will be live streamed on Zoom. We hope everyone stays positive in this low season and keeps improving ourselves for the upcoming challenges.
 
Details
Date: 26/6/2020 (Friday)
Time: 8:00pm - 9:15pm
 
Topic: Curating A Conceptual Framework for Fundraising on the Arts
Speaker: Ms Vivien Lee, Seasoned Arts Administrator
 

 
Format: Webinar via Zoom
Fee: Free of charge
Language: Cantonese
 
  • Click here to learn more about other “Arts Administrator 101” Series activities!
  • HKAAA reserves the right of final decision of the events.
 
【Webinar Replay】Arts Administrator 101 Series - Guest: Ms. Joel Kwong
HKAAA is delighted to have  Ms. Joel Kwong, Programme Director of Microwave International Media Art Festival, to be our second speaker of the Arts Administratrator 101 Series. Concerning the outbreak of the novel coronavirus continues, the event had changed into a Live webinar format and was successfully held last Friday.
 
In the webinar, Joel explained to us what is new media art and walked us through its historical development, emphasising new media arts is a fluid art form - whenever a new technology is introduced, there becomes a new canvas for new media art. Joel also selected a few art pieces and guided us to appreciate them, as well as sharing her views as a curator of new media arts.
 
The webinar will be uploaded to HKAAA’s YouTube channel soon, please stay tuned.
 
Topic: Curating New Media Arts Programme
Speaker: Ms Joel Kwong, Programme Director, Microwave International Media Art Festival
Language: Cantonese
 
Details︰http://www.hkaaa.org.hk/doc/30793?tab=3
 
  • Click here to learn more about other “Arts Administrator 101” Series activities!
  • HKAAA reserves the right of final decision of the events.
 
Featured Event
 
"ÉLAN Lost Child Project HK" Open Forum—Hope Ahead: Arts for Youth Wellbeing and Creative Citizenship
Presented by Tai Kwun, in collaboration with physical theatre master and educator David Glass, O Theatre Workshop and Dream of Tomorrow, the Open Forum of “ÉLAN Lost Child Project HK” brings together individuals and organisations to discuss about how arts and public engagement can help young people confront the growing complexity of the modern world and challenge the status quo. Join us to explore the concepts of creative citizenship and the ways to respond to the fast-changing world through the arts.

Date | 13.07.2020
Time | 3pm-5pm
Venue | Tai Kwun JC Cube
Fee | Free Admission
Topic | Hope Ahead: Arts for Youth Wellbeing and Creative Citizenship
Language | Cantonese & English

Speakers |
David Glass (Found of David Glass Ensemble, UK)
Nina Nawalowalo & Tom McCrory (Co-Founders of The Conch, New Zealand)
Dr. Paul W.C. Wong (Associate Professor of Department of Social Work and Social Administration, The University of Hong Kong)
Elaine Cheung (Senior Service Manager of School Social Work & Service Department, Christian Family Service Centre)
Representative from Save The Children Hong Kong

Register Now : https://bit.ly/30uXOYp
 
(Only Chinese version is available)
 
設計光譜的第四個展覽,將會由茶出發,從簡單直接的包裝及茶具設計到文創產品,反思深厚的茶道禮儀、生活應用與共享概念!
 
踏入6至7月,我們準備了多個設計活動,費用全免,名額有限,報名從速!
 
網上分享會
由設計光譜與DFA 設計獎一同舉辦,分享會將邀請本地設計師及編緝總監以不同角度分享他們對美學的看法及探討設計﹑大自然與人的微妙關係,歡迎於網上參加。
日期 : 6月18日(星期四)
時間 : 下午6時半至8時
講者:蔡楚堅﹑黃源順﹑又一山人
語言:粤語
報名:https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/865663504112993039
 
「一碗茶」 體驗坊
聯合策展人利志榮及其Milk Design的團隊特地打造了一個全新的茶空間,讓進入茶室後的參加者經歷一個由環境、視覺、味覺帶領的賞茶體驗,配合「一碗茶」的茶禪概念。
日期 : 6月20日(星期六)至 6月23日(星期二)
地址:灣仔茂蘿街7號3樓309室
導師:茶藝師余文心
名額:12人
對象:公眾組 — 歡迎任何人士參加
           親子組 — 適合5 - 12歲小朋友參加(每位小朋友須由一位家長陪同)
語言:粤語
報名:https://www.designspectrum.hk/activities/beginning-from-a-simple-bowl-of-tea-experience-workshop/
 
除了以上活動,設計光譜更設公眾導賞團,讓你更加了解展覽及設計背後的故事!詳情可於設計光譜網頁瀏覽:https://www.designspectrum.hk/tc/activities-programmes/
 
* 鑒於現時2019 冠狀病毒病的情況和保障參加者的健康及安全,展覽及相關活動會採取防疫措施。
 
Call for applications: Master of Arts in Curating and Art History (MACAH) Programme (Application deadline: 30 June)
The Department of Visual Studies at Lingnan University has recently launched a new programme—Master of Arts in Curating and Art History (MACAH)—to be commenced in September 2020.

MACAH combines two disciplines into one: museum curating and art history, with options to engage in practicum and study abroad programmes. Aside from required and elective courses, students can choose to curate a group exhibition or complete a research dissertation as capstone experience. An internship programme and an overseas summer school are arranged to enhance students’ international exposure, and their interaction with art historians, collectors and museum professionals. Students can also benefit from the insights and experiences of eminent scholars and experienced curators who are involved in our events.

The programme is suitable for those who wish to pursue advanced study in art history, and professional careers in museums, curatorial and other art-related industries. Through studying art theories and collections, curatorial practice, art projects, entrepreneurial initiatives, and professional training, MACAH offers students multiple perspectives to explore and engage in the development of art and cultural landscapes in Hong Kong, Asia and beyond.

Full programme details are available online at www.ln.edu.hk/visual/macah. Those who are interested in applying for the MACAH programme are invited to submit online application by 30 June 2020.
 
The Copybook of Life Challenge for Apprentice Magician
【Bring your children to the dance theatre to experience a diversity of beauty】
 
Besides stage performances for adults, it’s important to offer younger audiences a chance to experience the beauty of theatre and learn the ways and thoughts of the stage world.
Dance helps people learn to connect their own lives with things of beauty and teaches them to explore connections with other people, lives and the environment around us.
 
“Theatre is an area where the arts combine. In theatre, we imagine, we create, we join and experience an affinity for contemporary dance.” Melissa Leung, Director of "The Copybook of Life Challenge for Apprentice Magician" and CCDC Assistant Artistic Director (Education)
 
Join CCDC on a magical adventure with your children and explore the secrets of magic all over the world. Let’s journey to a world of magic and dance!
 
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Family-oriented dance education theatre "The Copybook of Life Challenge for Apprentice Magician"
3.7 (Fri) 7:30pm
4.7 (Sat) 3pm, 7:30pm
Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
 
$250, $180
Tickets available at URBTIX and donation packages available at art-mate
Details:http://www.ccdc.com.hk/en/site/p/4?lo=full&type=programme&pid=93
 
"ÉLAN Lost Child Project HK"—Master Workshops by David Glass (Application Deadline: 15 Jun 20)
Presented by Tai Kwun, “ÉLAN Lost Child Project HK” looks into the mental health of youngsters and grown-ups through an eclectic programme of performing arts. Taking the French word “élan” (vigorous spirit) as the lead, the project will bring together the digital and reality, igniting the creative power across the communities.

WorkshopExploring the Lost Child Romeo & Juliet

A diverse ensemble of arts practitioners, teachers, social workers and young people will be invited to join this Research and Development process that may lead to a production of physical devising theatre performance in the future. In this workshop, archetypal figures of Shakespeare’s play and its theme about love, madness and death will be explored. Through this cross-disciplinary study, participants will exchange ideas and knowledge from their own professions and learn about arts engagement and the research process of theatre production.

Date & Time
06–11.07.2020 | 8pm–9:30pm(Workshop)&
06–10.07.2020 | 10pm–11pm(Individual session; 4 participants per night, 15 mins per session)
Language | English
Target Participants | For arts professionals, educational practitioners, social workers, arts therapists and young people who have theatre experience
Coach | David Glass
Fee | Free Admission
Course Medium | Zoom
Quota | 30

Application Deadline | 15.06.2020
Register Now:https://bit.ly/3h9RWcY

 
“Flowers fade, good days pass”

Renowned choreographer Mui Cheuk Yin will stage a new work, which is inspired by preeminent Taiwanese writer Pai Hsien-yung’s short story The Last Night of Madam Chin from his Taipei People series. The Last Dance travels back to the old Taipei, reminiscing the glamorous days of a hostess that will never return.
 
Dancing with a strange young man on the dance floor, a faded beauty is suddenly reminded of the sensitivity and vulnerability of her own self years ago. Tonight is an ending to a past; while glamour and melancholy dance together, she takes her final glimpses and murmurs. One’s life lessons are witnessed in one’s fate—is this salvation, or is this destiny?
 
Date & Time: 14 - 16.8.2020 (Fri - Sun) 7:45pm; 15 - 16.8.2020 (Sat - Sun) 3:00pm
Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre Studio Theatre
Price: $320︱$220
Tickets: https://ticket.urbtix.hk/internet/zh_TW/eventDetail/40594
Enquiries: 3103 1809
 
Tickets NOW available at URBTIX.
**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount on purchasing standard tickets at URBTIX outlets.
 
Call for applications: M+ / Design Trust Research Fellowship 2021 (Application deadline: 16 August)
The fellowship programme supports original research projects investigating issues relating to design and architecture in Hong Kong, the Greater Bay Area, and Asia through a transnational lens. In 2021, the programme will support two separate fellowship projects:
 
1. The first fellowship will support a Hong Kong–based researcher engaged in investigating topics related to design and/or architectural developments in Hong Kong and its vicinity.
 
2. The second fellowship will support a research project related to design and/or architectural developments in a particular geography in Asia, or across the continent.
 
While the fellowship can support research across subjects, disciplines, geographies, and periods, preference will be given to research in design and architectural developments arising from the recent social or political urgencies and crises. The application deadline is 16 August 2020. For more information, please visit: https://mplus.org/en_designfellow2021
 
Highlight Event
 
DFA Hong Kong Young Design Talent Award – Call for Application Now
The creative industries are always yearning for design talents with rich experiences and perspectives who can generate more creative ideas. For Hong Kong's young designers who want to stand out from the crowd, the deciding factors for success are not only the innovation and uniqueness of designs, but also a global perspective of the market. To support future creative elites, the annual DFA Hong Kong Young Design Talent Award is open for applications now, provides up to HK$500,000 in sponsorship for winners to work at reputable design companies for 6 to 12 months or study at acclaimed institutes for 6 to 18 months. Seize the opportunity and apply now!
 
Application Details
Online Application: https://ydta.dfaawards.com/
Deadline:  10 July 2020 (5pm, HKT)
 
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 1/6/2020 to 5/6/2020:
 
1. International Art News: Leaning Tower of Pisa among sites in Italy to reopen after lockdown- The Guardian (31-5-2020)
 
2. International Art News: The Metropolitan Opera Cancels All Fall Performances - The New York Times (1-6-2020)
 
3. Local Art News: 藝術文化界獲發逾一億抗疫資助 – 香港經濟日報 (3-6-2020)
 
4. International Art News: 曾用布料包裹德國國會大廈 來年包凱旋門 著名藝術家 Christo 逝世 享年 84 歲– 立場新聞 (1-6-2020)
 
5. Local Art News: 演藝學院聲明稱明白國安法重要性 學生會:拒絕被代表維護極權 校友會:痛心疾首 – 立場新聞 (2-6-2020)
 
*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
 
Leisure and Cultural Services Department - Hong Kong House at Echigo -Tsumari Art Triennale 2021
(Deadine: 30/6/2020)
 
Hong Kong Arts Development Council – Invitation for Proposals – “Hong Kong Music Overview” series
(Deadine: 14/7/2020)
 
Hong Kong Arts Development Council – Invitation for Proposals – "Arts in the City" Scheme
(Deadine: 17/7/2020)
 
Hong Kong Tourism Board – Pilot Scheme for Characteristic Local Tourism Events
(Deadine: 31/7/2020)
 
 
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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