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HKAAA E-newsletter (Issue#4 June 2020)
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Featured Event
Hong Kong Dance Company X Actors’ Family Original Musical in Cantonese – A Tale of the Southern Sky
The FIRST post-pandemic, large-scale production in HK
A Tale of the Southern Sky premieres tomorrow!

In the past five months, everyone has placed their focus on fighting against COVID-19. To help theatre fans re-embrace their love for shows post pandemic, Hong Kong Dance Company proudly presents 10 performances of A Tale of the Southern Sky, co-produced and performed by Actors' Family, starting tomorrow 27 June (Sat) until 5 July (Sun) at Hong Kong Cultural Centre Grand Theatre. This musical is also the very first large-scale local production since the reopening of performance venues - It's a performance that cannot be missed!

Tickets NOW available at URBTIX (Limited tickets at stalls)
Hong Kong Dance Company X Actors’ Family
Original Musical in Cantonese – A Tale of the Southern Sky

27-30.6.2020; 2-4.7.2020 (7:45pm)
28.6; 4-5.7.2020 (2:45pm)
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Grand Theatre
$1,000 (VIP) / $490 / $390 / $290 / $190
About A Tale of the Southern Sky: www.ataleofthesouthernsky.hk
“The Copybook of Life Challenge for Apprentice Magician” A family-oriented dance education theatre
A young apprentice magician dreams of gaining wisdom and superpowers to become a real magician. He journeys all over the world to explore the secrets of magic, facing many adventurous situations. Can he overcome the difficulties and comprehend the value of being a real magician?
Directed by Melissa Leung, CCDC Assistant Artistic Director (Education), with Tyson Chak, a diversified artist, as creative actor; The Copybook of Life Challenge for Apprentice Magician includes selected excerpts of CCDC productions that are suitable for adults and kids. Let’s journey to a world of magic and dance!
Get your ticket now: https://bit.ly/2LQpNcw
Details: http://www.ccdc.com.hk/Copybook
West Kowloon at HKTDC Education and Careers Expo
Looking for a career in arts and culture? We sincerely invite people with passion in arts and culture to join our family!
Between 16 and 19 July, visit our recruitment booth at the HKTDC Education and Careers Expo to discover the career opportunities offered at West Kowloon.
·      Introducing upcoming events and the latest developments at West Kowloon
·      Sharing latest job opportunities at West Kowloon
·      Career seminar
·      On-site job interview
Date and Time:
16–18 July February 2020 (Thursday—Saturday) 10:30am-7:00pm
19 July 2020 (Sunday) 10:30am-6:00pm
*Admission to the venue ends 45 minutes before the scheduled daily closing time of the Expo
Booth D22, Hall 5G, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive, Wan Chai, Hong Kong (Harbour Road Entrance)
Free admission
Don’t miss the opportunity! See you there!
Learn more and register on-site interview at:
Call for applications: Master of Arts in Curating and Art History (MACAH) Programme (Application deadline: 31 July)
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 31 July 2020.
We provide project grants to individual designers, curators, collectives and non-profit organisations for projects and activities focusing on the context and content relevant to Hong Kong and the region. These include but are not limited to talks, exhibitions, residencies, overseas research projects and creative installations. Design Trust currently offers applications every 20th of January, April, July and October. For more details, please visit our website:http://designtrust.hk/grants/dtgrants/
Now in its seventh year, the M+ / Design Trust Research Fellowship 2021 will support two separate fellowship projects. 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. The second fellowship will support a researcher engaged in investigating topics related to design and/or architectural developments in a particular geography in Asia, or across the continent.
While the fellowships can support research across subjects, disciplines, geographies, and periods, preference will be given to research in design and architectural developments arising from recent social or political urgencies and crises. The deadline for submitting the application is 16 August 2020, 24:00 Hong Kong time (GMT+8). For details on eligibility, assessment criteria and review process, please visit: https://designtrust.hk/grants/research-fellowships/
Highlight Event
【22nd Hong Kong Dance Awards】— Online Live-streaming Presentation Ceremony on 18 July
In view of the continuing uncertainty and risk of infection caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the 22nd Hong Kong Dance Awards Presentation Ceremony will be changed from a public event to a closed-door, invitation-only event with live-streaming on social media platforms for free viewing. To avoid a large gathering, only the shortlisted nominees and other related parties will be invited to attend in person.
This exciting new way of conducting the ceremony reflects the ‘new normal’ of life during the pandemic and the new journey on which the dance community, like the rest of the world, is embarking, and will make the event accessible to a much wider audience.
“This online Awards ceremony will show how we can embrace the future. It will enable us to honour outstanding achievements in Hong Kong dance and bring the dance community together in celebration after the tough times we’ve been through without any risk.”
— Chairperson of Hong Kong Dance Alliance | Shirley Loong
“We’re keeping the ceremony simple while not forgetting how art can heal tired hearts and bring us hope.”
— Artistic Director of 22nd Hong Kong Dance Awards | Dominic Wong
Date: 18 July 2020 (Sat)
Time: 8pm
Live-streaming channels: Hong Kong Dance Alliance Facebook Page & YouTube Channel
In addition to the presentations, the event will feature a specially-choreographed performance by four local dance artists with live music from Patrick Ng.
We look forward to having you join us via your screens on 18 July.
*Click here for the shortlisted nominations.
Supported by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
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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