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17/08/2019

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association Recruitment Day 2019 –

Call for Recruiters and Exhibitors
【New Features: Human Library and Career Fair】

 

Presenter: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association

Venue Partner: Jao Tsung-I Academy

Supporting Partner: Human Library Hong Kong

Media Partner: CTgoodjobs

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association (HKAAA) strives to support the advancement of a flourishing arts scene by establishing a network connecting arts administrators in local and neighbor areas.


Following the huge success of our previous Recruitment Days, HKAAA is launching its seventh large-scale recruitment day at Jao Tsung-I Academy on 17 August 2019 (Sat) to supply different levels of jobs in the arts field.

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association Recruitment Day 2019 will serve as a free platform for participating arts organizations and job seekers, offering an opportunity for on-location job application and interview. HKAAA will also organize on-site career talks, so as to deepen job seekers' understanding towards the direction of the career path. This year, HKAAA specially adds the session of Human Library and career fair. Through conversation and interaction with art administrators in different fields, participants can get a closer look into the industry's current situation and job requirements, with an aim to further share and exchange their career planning experience to the public.

 

Details of Recruitment Day

Date: 17 August 2019 (Sat)

Time: 09:00 – 11:00 Venue set-up and preparation;

          11:00 – 17:00 On-site recruitment and career talks

          17:00 – 18:00 Dismantle and move out

Venue: Jao Tsung-I Academy (800 Castle Peak Road, Kowloon)

 

No. of Participating Organizations

 

  1. On-site Interview: 5 (private rooms provided), with priority given to HKAAA's Corporate Members and the following parties:

    (listed in no particular order)

    • Local independent arts groups
    • Nine major arts groups
    • Hong Kong Arts Development Council funded groups
    • Recipients of “Springboard Grants” and “Project Grants” under Home Affairs Bureau’s Arts Capacity Development Funding Scheme
    • Funded groups of Leisure and Cultural Services Department’s Venue Partnership Scheme
       
  2. Career Fair: 6 – 8 (exhibition booths will be set up in a common area): Participating arts organizations may receive resume, answer job enquiries and conduct promotional activities on the spot, with an aim to facilitate a platform for participants and HR representatives to interact, as well as to develop strong brand awareness.

 

Estimated no. of participants: 200 – 300

 

Charge: 500 HKD (Career Fair & On-site interview)

              300 HKD (Career Fair)

              300 HKD (On-site interview)


*Please submit together with completed application form to HKAAA’s office. 

 

HKAAA will provide commercial support and facilitate recruitment promotion through:

  • Onsite support on Recruitment Day
  • Online promotion (HKAAA website, HKAAA Facebook, weekly e-newsletter, ADC’s network, social media and tertiary institutions)
  • Online and printed media platform


Reference interview questions and notes on recruitment will be provided by the HKAAA and sent to all participating organizations about a week before event date. To facilitate promotion of the Recruitment Day, please submit the completed application form on or before 21 June 2019 (Fri) for further arrangement.

 

Should you have any enquiries, please contact


We look forward to your support and participation!

 

 

In collaboration with the Hong Kong Human Library for the first time, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association aims to create a new platform for participants to interact with different arts groups’ representatives and individual arts practitioners. Human Library will be conducted in small groups (5 – 6 people), at which arts leaders will share their unique and interesting working experiences. Participants can ask questions, exchange ideas and listen to the fascinating stories by borrowing the “books”. This helps to enhance participants’ understandings and interests towards the development of arts and culture. This is also a golden opportunity for participants to further explore various issues in the field of art administration, so as to reflect their own life planning.

 

*Alphabetized by last name in English

 

11:00 – 12:00

  1. Ms Vennie Chiu, Arts Administrative Manager, Hong Kong Generation Next Arts
  2. Mr Frankie HoBrand and Retail Manager, TASCHEN
  3. Ms Louise Law, Director, Spicy Fish Cultural Production Ltd.
  4. Mr KK Wong, Marketing and Development Manager, City Contemporary Dance Company

 

12:00 – 13:00

  1. Mr Paul Chan, Co-founder & CEO, Walk in Hong Kong
  2. Ms Meggy Cheng, Director of Marketing, The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
  3. Mr Ho Yin-heiProgramme Manager, Zuni Icosahedron 
  4. Ms Cindy Wong, Company Manager, Yat Po Singers

 

More Human Books will be announced soon, STAY TUNED! 

 

Coming soon!

 

 

For current job vacacies search, please visit: http://www.hkaaa.org.hk/group/career

 

 

Map (Click Here to enlarge)

 

  • CLICK HERE to read the transportation guideline.

 

29/06/2019

 

The Hong Kong Jockey Club University of Chicago Academic Complex
The University of Chicago Francis and Rose Yuen Campus in Hong Kong


Guided Tour at The Hong Kong Jockey Club University of Chicago Heritage Courtyard and Interpretation Centre


Overview
Built on a historically important site at Mount Davis, The Hong Kong Jockey Club University of Chicago Academic Complex | The University of Chicago Francis and Rose Yuen Campus in Hong Kong is a regional hub for ambitious research, education and collaboration and an important addition to the University’s international presence and engagement.

The campus combines modern functionality with the preservation of and respect for the site’s history, featuring the adaptive reuse of existing heritage buildings on the site.

In our guided tours, visitors will see the revitalized Grade 3 heritage buildings, namely Blocks A, B and B Annex, and the preserved exterior heritage elements (the battery and the magazine), as well as heritage trails. Visitors can also tour The Hong Kong Jockey Club University of Chicago Heritage Courtyard and Interpretation Centre (HCIC). Converted from Block B Annex and the entry courtyard, HCIC presents permanent and rotating exhibits highlighting the unique history of the Mount Davis site.

 

Learn more about the Heritage Courtyard and Interpretation Centre: https://heritage.uchicago.hk
Learn more about The University of Chicago Hong Kong Campus: https://www.uchicago.hk/

 

Event Details

Date: 29 June 2019 (Sat)
Time: 11:00 – 12:00 (The event takes 60 minutes)
Venue: The University of Chicago Hong Kong Campus (168 Victoria Road, Mount Davis, Hong Kong)
Meeting time and point: 10:45 | Block A Reception | The University of Chicago Hong Kong Campus Entrance

CLICK HERE to read the transportation guideline

 

Language: Cantonese
Quota: 20
Fee: Free of charge

 

Remarks

  • Participants must be current members/ volunteers of HKAAA. Each participant is welcome to bring along a guest.
  • Only limited quota available. Registration will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis.
  • Please fill in the name and email address of your guest on the registration form.
  • The tour will cover outdoor area with stairs; comfortable shoes are recommended, and to avoid mosquito bites. It is recommended to wear light-colored long-sleeved tops and pants; use insect repellent.
  • No parking is available in the campus. There is a vehicle drop-off and pick-up area within the site.

 

Transportation (CLICK HERE to enlarge the map)

 

Enquiry: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
Tel: (852) 3791 2590|Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk