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HKAAA E-News (04 September 2013)
 
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中國戲曲是世界三大古老戲劇體系中唯一存活至今的藝術,亦為中國文化及華文地區中,極為重要的藝術資產之一。近年來,香港從民間到政府,都對傳統戲曲很支持,亦具備多項優越條件,讓香港成為對外展示中國戲曲藝術的平台。
 
隨著西九文化區首個動工的戲曲中心擬定於2016年底落成,以及多個戲曲場地,包括新光戲院、油麻地戲院,以及高山劇場等全面投入使用,一年一度的「中國戲曲節」及「西九大戲棚」,促使戲曲藝術得以在香港蓬勃發展。
 
八和會館、演藝學院以至大學方面正加緊培訓青年演員,不同演藝團體亦致力於戲曲觀眾的培養。除此之外,針對戲曲表演節目策劃及相關管理的藝術行政培訓,實不容忽視。
 
自2010年開始,康樂及文化事務署主辦的「中國戲曲節」,每年6月至8月均為大家帶來一些珍貴的中國劇種,把中國戲曲的各個劇種慢慢引入香港,介紹給觀眾。同時,更使得不僅是京崑大戲,一些不為人知、甚至瀕臨失傳的地方戲,也得到扶持。過去四屆的「中國戲曲節」,均贏得本地及國際讚譽。
 
此工作坊專為期望了解戲曲表演節目策劃的人士而設,講者為康樂及文化事務署高級經理(戲劇及戲曲)李明珍女士。她將會講解策劃戲曲節目的須知細節及所面對的挑戰,亦會分享所涉及之相關事務(如製作、推廣與行政管理等等),如何製作具創意及質素的戲曲節目。內容包括:
  • 節目的選擇
  • 策劃節目需注意的要點
  • 從策劃到展演階段的過程及製作日程
  • 個案分析
講者: 康樂及文化事務署高級經理(戲劇及戲曲)李明珍女士
日期: 2013年9月13日(星期五)
時間: 4-6 pm
地點: 香港藝術發展局會議室 (香港英皇道979號太古坊和域大廈東翼14樓)
語言: 粤語
費用: 會員@$200; 非會員@$250
 
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如欲報名,請填妥報名表格 [ONLINE] [DOC[PDF和支票寄往:香港灣仔港灣道2號香港藝術中心12樓1206室香港藝術行政人員協會。
 
 
 
Looking for funding to realize a creative idea?  Any alternative to source funding besides traditional ways of funding?
 
In late August, one of the leading international practitioners of performance art, Marina Abramović successfully raised US$661,454 from 4,765 contributors to realize her ambitious project - Marina Abramović Institute.  The funds were raised through Kickstarter, the world’s leading online crowdfunding platform.
 
Crowdfunding is a new, accessible funding model and there were over 450 crowdfunding platforms worldwide in 2012*.  The platform is rather new to the arts and cultural sector in Hong Kong.  Having said that, there are some recent creative projects successfully funded by crowdfunding in Hong Kong.
 
What is Crowdfunding?  How does it work?  Besides raising funds, how can you achieve more through Crowdfunding platform?
 
Presented by HKAAA, this workshop is targeted for anyone who is looking for funding to realize their creative idea and learn how to use online crowdfunding platform to raise funds and connect with their potential supporters.  If you would like to make a contribution to a sustainable arts and cultural development in Hong Kong, you are also welcome to join to explore how crowdfunding platform works.
 
Date: 26 September 2013 (Thursday)
Time: 2:30-5:30 pm
Venue: agnès b. Cinema(UB, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong)
Language: English
Fee: Member@$250; Non-member@$300
 
Rundown
  • The concept of crowdfunding and the market for crowdfunding platforms and projects for arts and creative industries by Mr Conor Roche, Co-funder of Culture Fund
  • Crowdfunding for Arts in Hong Kong (with case studies) by Ms MaryAnn Hwee, Executive Director of FringeBacker, an online platform for crowdfunding and a network partner of UNESCO Arts in Education Observatory RLCCE (www.fringebacker.com)
Respondents
  • Professor Samuel Leong, Director, UNESCO Observatory for Research in Local Cultures and Creativity in Education
  • Ms Anna Cheng, Independent Producer @ air between us
*Crowdfunding Industry Report by Crowdsourcing.org 
 
 
Please submit your registration fee with [ONLINE] [DOC][PDF] by mailing the cheque to: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association, Room 1206, 12/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
 
 
 
Introduction
Promotion Video of Eighteen Springs
 
Original Author: Eileen Chang
Director & Designer: Mathias Woo
Co-Scriptwriters: Jimmy Ngai / Mathias Woo
Music Director /Composer: Yu Yat-yiu@PMPS
Special Appearance: Elaine Jin
Suzhou tanci:  Jin Li-sheng / Yu Qun
Performers: Zhang Qi*, Shen Lei*, Xu Manman*, Xie Chengying*, He Bin*, Zhang Zhongyi*, Choi Tai-ho
* Members of Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre
 
Programme Details: Tickets NOW available at Urbtix**
Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
27 - 28.9.2013 (Fri-Sat) 7:30pm, 28 - 29.9.2013 (Sat-Sun) 2:30pm
**$420, $350, $280
** HKAAA Members are offered for 10% (until 25th September). Please show your membership card at Urbtix Ticketing Office.
 
Programme Enquiries:2566 9696
 
 
 
 
Introduction
Promotion Video for It's My Turn 
 
Four Outstanding Choreographers Demonstrate their Best
 
Four outstanding local choreographers demonstrate their choreographic best in a series of new works. Wisely shifting the space, Lai Tak-wai tries to lead audiences to seek their own past, or a future unknown and unseen self through Timeline; in The Voice Inside, Lam Po treats the chair as more human, the interactions reflect the divergent faces and interrelationship in this society; Bruce Wong adds imagery theatrical elements in Re/dis-connect, you can find an incredible chemistry between humans and animals; inspired by a book Before I Go to Sleep, Rebecca Wong develops A Hollowed Mind to question how a person figures out her thoughts if her memory is hollowed out. Come and join us to take a detour off the beaten track, are you ready to feel something different?
 
Choreography: Lai Tak-wai, Lam Po, Bruce Wong, Rebecca Wong
 
Programme Details: Tickets NOW available at Urbtix**
27-28.9.2013 8pm
28-29.9.2013 3pm
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Studio Theatre
 
**$200, $140 
** HKAAA Members are offered for 20% off (max 2 tickets). Please show your membership card at Urbtix Ticketing Office.
 
 
Programme Enquires: 2329 7803
 
 
Chinese Documentary Festival (CDF) is the first annual Pan-Chinese documentary festival in the world. This year’s CDF is on the largest scale since its founding, presenting 46 films from mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong, 42 screenings and 4 seminars at 4 screening venues (Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong Science Museum, Hong Kong Space Museum and Hong Kong Film Archive). There is also a special outdoor screening, titled Cheung Chau Diary, of Hong Kong documentary films in Cheung Chau. It is a time for everyone to appreciate local documentaries in an open and relaxing atmosphere.
 
Introduction
 
Date: 6 to 22 September 2013
 
Chinese Documentary Festival 2013 - Leaflet
 
** HKAAA Members are offered for 15% off. Please show your membership card at Urbtix Ticketing Office.
 
Programme enquiries: 2540 7859
 
  • The programme information above was provided by the relevant programme presenters who are responsible for the information’s content and accuracy. 
  • Programmes and artists are subject to change by hosting organsiations.
  • For details and enquiries of the programmes presented in this eDM, please contact the relevant organiser directly.
 
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