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2016

19/11/2016

 

How to create a community arts festival in a Malaysia Island, to promote Macau artists to the world, to establish a training platform for cultural managers from all over China? These are some of the dreams-come-true to be shared by five cultural entrepreneurs from Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Macau and Hong Kong. Come and learn how they worked together and were inspired by each other through the EMA(AME)learning platform. This is a unique opportunity to meet these distinguished cultural managers who belongs to the first "executive" class. 

 

Details 

 

Speakers: 

Mr Eric Ch’ng (Kuala Lumpur), Executive Director (Oriental Art and Cultural Center)
Ms Anca Chung (Hong Kong), Head of Performing Arts (Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation)

Mr Erik Kuong (Macau), Managing and Creative Director (Creative Links Limited)
Ms Jenny Liang (Guangzhou), Director of Art Education (Guangzhou Opera House)

Ms Alice Wang (Shanghai), PR Assistant Manager (Shanghai Grand Theatre)

 

Moderator: Prof TSENG Sun-man, JP, Co-Programme Leader, EMA (AME), The Education University of Hong Kong

 

Date: 19 November 2016 (Saturday)

Time: 11:00 - 13:00

Venue: theDesk (G/F, 511 Queen’s Road West, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong; 4-min walk from Exit B2, HKU station)

Language: Cantonese, Mandarin and English (No SI service)

 

Co-presented by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association and the Department of Cultural and Creative Arts, The Education University of Hong Kong.

 

Venue Partner: the Desk

 

Map (Please click here to enlarge)

 

Please register now!

 

 

The sharing conversation between Mr. Eric CH'NG Lip Kang (Executive Director, Oriental Art and Cultural Center | Kuala Lumpur) and Mr. Erik KUONG Wa Fun (Managing and Creative Director, Creative Links Limited | Macau) on their 1st year of study in 2014

 

Part I

 

Part II

 

Part III

 

 

 

Public Forum: How Cultural Entrepreneurs from 5 Asian Cities Realize Their Dreams - First Batch of EMA(AME) Graduates Sharing was sucessfully concluded. HKAAA thanks for the support of the co-presenters and the guests.

12/11/2016 - 13/11/2016

第十三屆廣東現代舞周於11月10至11月20日在廣州市舉行,香港藝術行政人員協會特此舉辦「廣州藝術交流之旅」,出席是次盛會,參加多項由現代舞周所舉辦的活動,同時觀賞舞周特邀海外舞蹈節目,包括西班牙索托循環制造《遇見》以色列維帝戈舞蹈團《維帝戈二十》等、並會與帝戈舞蹈團的藝術家們進行會面和交流。

 

除此之外,本會亦計劃安排不同參觀活動,例如參觀由伊拉克著名建築師薩哈·哈帝設計的廣州大劇院、中國內地規模最大的音樂廳星海音樂廳,平民的藝術文化集散地紅磚廠創意藝術區及廣東美術館等等。機會難逢,萬勿錯過。

 

如欲申請參加「廣州藝術欣賞交流團」計劃請填妥報名表格,以電郵方式(info@hkaaa.org.hk)寄回本會。申請結果將會以電郵通知,並安排繳交費用。

 

詳情︰

日期:2016年11月12日至11月13日(星期六及星期日)

集合時間及地點:早上8時45分香港紅磡火車站* 或早上11時30分 廣州東火車站*

解散時間及地點︰晚上8時 廣州東火車站 (可彈性安排)

(參加者可自行欣賞廣州其他藝文節目)

費用:學生$375**、會員$480、非會員$580***

名額:15

名額有限,先到先得,如欲報名請於11月7日或之前報名。

*參加者可自行到廣州後再與本會職員於廣州東火車站會合。

**學生優恵只適合於持有 中小學生及全日制大學本科生 學生証人士。

***事次活動費用只包括廣州市內交通、午餐及《維帝戈二十》節目門票。(特恵價HKD 280)

費用並不包括香港往來廣州的交通費用和廣州市內住宿費用。

 

備註︰

  1. 此行程不包保險,如有需要,參加者可自行購買。
  2. 本會可代購廣州來回直通火車票,費用為HKD 420。
  3. 本會可代購廣州花園酒店房間,經本會訂購廣州花園酒店可享舞蹈節特惠價格,費用為HKD 675/813(單人/雙人房),酒店費用包含早餐 。
  4. 認識更多第十三屆廣東現代舞周,可瀏覽 http://gdfestival.cn

 

第十三屆廣東現代舞周為此活動的支持機構

 

查詢
香港藝術行政人員協會
電話: (852) 2877 7268

電郵: info@hkaaa.org.hk(Chinese version only)

 

第十三屆廣東現代舞周於11月10至11月20日在廣州市舉行,香港藝術行政人員協會特此舉辦「廣州藝術交流之旅」,出席是次盛會,參加多項由現代舞周所舉辦的活動,同時觀賞舞周特邀海外舞蹈節目,包括西班牙索托循環制造《遇見》以色列維帝戈舞蹈團《維帝戈二十》等、並會與帝戈舞蹈團的藝術家們進行會面和交流。

 

除此之外,本會亦計劃安排不同參觀活動,例如參觀由伊拉克著名建築師薩哈·哈帝設計的廣州大劇院、中國內地規模最大的音樂廳星海音樂廳,平民的藝術文化集散地紅磚廠創意藝術區及廣東美術館等等。機會難逢,萬勿錯過。

 

如欲申請參加「廣州藝術欣賞交流團」計劃請填妥報名表格,以電郵方式(info@hkaaa.org.hk)寄回本會。申請結果將會以電郵通知,並安排繳交費用。

 

詳情︰

日期:2016年11月12日至11月13日(星期六及星期日)

集合時間及地點:早上8時45分香港紅磡火車站* 或早上11時30分 廣州東火車站*

解散時間及地點︰晚上8時 廣州東火車站 (可彈性安排)

(參加者可自行欣賞廣州其他藝文節目)

費用:學生$375**、會員$480、非會員$580***

名額:15

名額有限,先到先得,如欲報名請於11月7日或之前報名。

*參加者可自行到廣州後再與本會職員於廣州東火車站會合。

**學生優恵只適合於持有 中小學生及全日制大學本科生 學生証人士。

***事次活動費用只包括廣州市內交通、午餐及《維帝戈二十》節目門票。(特恵價HKD 280)

費用並不包括香港往來廣州的交通費用和廣州市內住宿費用。

 

備註︰

  1. 此行程不包保險,如有需要,參加者可自行購買。
  2. 本會可代購廣州來回直通火車票,費用為HKD 420。
  3. 本會可代購廣州花園酒店房間,經本會訂購廣州花園酒店可享舞蹈節特惠價格,費用為HKD 675/813(單人/雙人房),酒店費用包含早餐 。
  4. 認識更多第十三屆廣東現代舞周,可瀏覽 http://gdfestival.cn

 

第十三屆廣東現代舞周為此活動的支持機構

 

查詢
香港藝術行政人員協會
電話: (852) 2877 7268
電郵: info@hkaaa.org.hk

 

Guangzhou Cultural Trip Tour of Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association was successfully held on November 12 to 13, 2016. Participants visited various art spaces after arrival. 

They enjoyed Guangdong Dance Festival performance "Vertigo 20" by Vertigo Dance Company from Israel at Guangdong Opera Arts Center and gathered with the artists afterward.

 

 

On the next day, participants visited Guangdong Museum and Guangzhou Opera House which was designed by Iraq British architect Zaha Hadid. We had a fruitful exchange with Mr He Ting, Vice-General Manager of Guangzhou Opera House. We also visited Xinhai Concert Hall with Mr Jeff Yeung, Operation Manager of Xinhai Concert Hall. At last, we went to Redtory Art and Design Factory, the former Yingjinqian Canned Food Factory, now a civillian art and culture hub.

 

 

 

We hope the tour could facilitate the cultural exchange between art administrators from Guangzhou and Hong Kong.

22/10/2016 - 18/12/2016

VIDEOTAGE TO LAUNCH THE THIRD EDITION OF THE YEARLY PROGRAMME -

BOTH SIDES NOW III: FINAL FRONTIERS

 

Videotage is proud to present Both Sides Now III: Final Frontiers, the third edition of the yearly programme, together with videoclub (UK). The programme consists of screenings, talks, and exhibitions in UK, China and Hong Kong, and beyond, exploring culture and society between different nations, as well as the divides, boundaries and spaces between us, which exist as cultural legacies and hand-me-downs, like broken family heirlooms, with attached blame.

 

We are now in the midst of a strange time, with many people displaced and dispossessed. Refugees desperately search for new homes beyond bombing zones, while other countries ban the wearing of religious clothing. The UK’s citizens, 52% of voters, believed it was better to leave the European Union, the largest voluntary (not brought together by force or war) federal peace project the world has ever seen.

 

In Hong Kong, the doctrine of laissez-faire remains a myth; the assumption that the path to progress in economy would bring greater protection for individual rights is proven wrong. There’s a growing sense that what we have believed isn’t delivering at home - notions of liberalism, democracy, and freedom have taken on a new meaning in this part of the world.

 

Both Sides Now III: Final Frontiers endeavours to investigate personal experiences, global themes and fractures that need healing through cultural sharing and exchange. The UK programme contains work by artists who live in the UK, but who were not necessarily born there; artists who have experiences of the bordered UK, and have an understanding of its cultural frontiers. The artists in the programme who were born in the UK explore global cultures and are passionate about cultural communication. The Hong Kong programme includes work by diasporic Chinese and expatriates in Hong Kong and China, it aims to make visible fragments of experience and disrupt time, space and continuity. Final Frontiers attempts, through artists’ film and video, to redefine and close the spaces between us.

 

SCHEDULE - HK PROGRAMME

 

Screening - British Council Hong Kong

Date: 3:00pm, 22 October 2016

Address: Room 307, 3 Supreme Court Road, Admiralty, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong

RSVP: https://goo.gl/ofcuKM

 

Screening and Talk - Boom Art Gallery Bar

Date: 7:00pm, 24 October 2016

Address: G/F, 48 Sai St, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

Speakers: CHOI Sai-ho (HK), Isaac LEUNG (HK), Jamie Wyld (UK)

RSVP: https://goo.gl/HnaC4O

 

Screening - Oi!

Date: 12 - 18 December 2016

Address: 12 Oil Street, North Point, Hong Kong

 

 

CURATORS

Isaac LEUNG (HK) and Jamie WYLD (UK)

 

ARTISTS (in alphabetical order)

Larry ACHIAMPONG and David BLANDY (UK), Megan BROADMEADOW (UK), Upanishad Kanad CHAKRABARTI (UK), Doreen CHAN (HK), Jennifer CHAN (CA/HK), Adam CHODZKO (UK), CHOI Sai-ho (HK), Dorotea ETZLER (DE), FENG Mengbo (CN), Tiffany FUNG (HK), HK Urbex (HK), Art JONES (US), Chun-yu LIU (TW/UK), susan pui san LOK (UK), Zoran POPOSKI (HK/MK), Ben RIVERS (UK), Semiconductor (UK), Alia SYED (UK), Chooc Ly TAN (UK), Ka-Man TSE (US/HK), Charlie TWEED (UK), WANG Yue (CN/UK), Chi Jang YIN (US), Iris ZAKI (UK)

 

For more details, please visit: 

http://www.both-sides-now.org/

https://www.facebook.com/Both-Sides-Now-694009624032286/timeline/

 

SELECTED WORK PREVIEW

 

 

Oranges on Ground, Doreen CHAN (2016)

 

 

Boyfriend, Jennifer CHAN (2014)

 

 

A love story: between the strait, Chun-yu LIU (2015)

 

 

Portrait of the artist as a cultural worker, Zoran POPOSKI (2010)

14/10/2016 - 30/10/2016

(Only Chinese version is provided)

 

香港藝術行政人員協會與光華新聞文化中心今年再度合作,舉辦「跟台灣藝團一起跑」計劃。


第十一屆2016台灣月將於10月舉行,光華新聞文化中心將主辨「台灣再設計 從我到我們」活動,其中更會與香港藝術行政人員協會合作,舉辦「跟台灣藝團一起跑」計劃,讓有興趣跟台灣藝團一起將藝術帶到各區的人士參與。參加者將隨訪港藝術團隊到各個活動地點,支援工作坊或表演等節目,協助負責行程中的行政工作;包括場地佈置、為藝術團隊安排交通、膳食及翻譯等相關事務。


如欲申請參加「跟台灣藝團一起跑」計劃請填妥報名表格,以電郵方式寄回本會,

電郵: info@hkaaa.org.hk

截止報名日期:2016年10月6日 (星期四)

 

活動名稱:「台灣再設計 從我到們 從我到們 從我到們 」義工 計劃
活動日期:10月14日: 台灣月開幕會X春水堂;10月15日- 30日 Eatopia 食物設計工作坊及展演
活動時間:請參閱報名表格內之時間表
活動地點:請參閱報名表格內之時間表
招募對象:有興趣深入認識及參與台灣藝團來港期間藝術活動的人士 (大專學生或在職人士)
(曾為香港 藝術行政人員協會活動擔任義工者將獲優先考慮)
所需人數:約20名
津貼 :分日間 (10:00 - 16:00) 及晚上 (16:00 - 21:00 ) 兩個服務節數 個服務節數
$100/ 服務節數 (以活動時間 計)
聯絡人:廖君豪先生(電話:3791 2590 / 電郵:info@hkaaa.org.hk

 

*備註:
1) 參加者或有需要為台灣團隊翻譯,必須能讀中文,並能同時聽、講流利廣東話、國語和英語。
2) 可參與同一 藝團 全程活動者將獲優先考慮 。(如: 10月15—30日: Eatopia食物設計展演)
3) 如有需要本會可發出書面證明以方便同學向所屬學系請假。
4) 如有需要,本會將安排面試。
5) 本會將於10月7日(星期五)或之前就申請結果通知獲選之參加者。
6) 獲選之參加者必須出席10月12日(星期三)晚上19:30—20:30於光華新聞文化中心舉行之簡報會。


關於「台灣月」:


2016 台灣月:台灣再設計 從我到我們
第十一屆「台灣月」(Taiwan Culture Festival)以「台灣再設計從我到我們」為主軸,展現新世代在社會設計上的創意與串聯能量。台灣與香港攜手合作,從土地、還境、社會設計的議題中連結香港食物議題與土地的關係及願景。活動將於10 月14 日展開,包括展覽、表演、設計、工作坊、講座等項目,超過60 場大小活動,參與協辦的地區機構與活動場次均打破歷屆台灣月紀錄。


義工活動查詢: 香港藝術行政人員協會|電話: (852) 2877 7268|電郵: info@hkaaa.org.hk

 

(Only Chinese version is provided)
 
今年香港藝術行政人員協會與光華新聞文化中心再度合作,於10月份舉行第十一屆2016台灣月「台灣再設計 從我到我們」活動中舉辦義工計劃,讓有興趣跟台灣藝團一起將藝術帶到各區的人士參與。本會義工將會為其中一項活動「Eatiopa修龍-食物設計展演」提供協助。
 
義工說明會於早前順利舉行,光華新聞文化中心工作人員和「Eatiopa修龍-食物設計展演」負責人向各義工紹活動內容及協助項目。活動負責人並安排義工於十月二十七行進行排練,讓義工們熟習活動流程及場地環境。
 

 
活動已於10月27日至30日順利舉行。策展團隊以台灣食物設計作為出發點,特地設計出五道菜式,探討台灣文化的建構過程。然而本會義工們在活動中則負責協助食物擺設及外場接待賓客,把各種食材本身的色彩外貌,不同文化引入食物裝置中,並和賓客交流,使賓客們讓更了解台灣。


 


本會感謝各義工鼎力協助,並祝2016年台灣月活動舉辦成功。
 
2016年台灣月「台灣再設計 從我到我們」網址: http://www.taiwanculture-hk.org/dir/index.php?sn=1418

13/09/2016

 

Technology and arts have much in common where both involve experimentation, require understanding how ideas and mediums blend and impact their audience, and seek to impart knowledge and inspire through their creations.

 

Being one of the most successful technological enterprises in the world, Google has been leading the development of the virtual world ever since internet has become popular. 

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association (HKAAA) has invited Ms Ksenia Duxfield-Karyakina, Head of Content Policy, Copyright and Cultural Impact, Policy Strategy & Operations to talk about the role of digital and mobile technology for cultural preservation, access and education in Asia and globally, and transformation of cultural landscape through internet and mobile. She will be discussing these areas and topics:

 

  • Tech meets Arts: new role of technology for cultural preservation and exchange
  • Google Cultural Institute 101: areas for cooperation with cultural and education community globally and Google technologies for cultural institutions
  • Educating arts lovers and broader audience including 'digital natives' through digital and mobile platforms: Virtual Reality, Cardboard, Expeditions
  • Supporting emerging artists through new technology (AI, VR)

 

Details

 

Date: 13 September 2016 (Tuesday)

Time: 17:00 - 19:30 (Networking cocktail will start at 18:30)

Venue: Google Hong Kong Office (*21/F, Tower 2, Time Square, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong)

Speaker: Ms Ksenia Duxfield-Karyakina, Head of Content Policy, Copyright and Cultural Impact, Policy Strategy & Operations, Google Asia-Pacific

Moderator: Dr Isaac Leung, Chairman, Videotage

Language: English (SI service will not be available)

 

*Free of charge, limited seats and HKAAA members will be served first. Successful registrants will receive confirmation email.

Please click HERE for registration on or before 9 September.

 

Map (Please click here to enlarge)

 

Transportation
Exit A, Causeway Bay MTR Station

 

*HKAAA is financially supported by Hong Kong Arts Development Council

 

 

 

Arts Management Seminar Series: Cultural Heritage at Your Fingertips in The Mobile-first World was sucessfully concluded. HKAAA thanks for the support of presenter and guests.

 

25/08/2016

 

Let's Arty Hour!

Arts and cultural organizations often spend a lot of manpower and resources to handle ticketing and registration duties for their performances and programmes. Yet some online platform could provide simple and effective system to manage the enrollment, payment and registration process in one-go and reduce the administration burden of arts administrators. Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association (HKAAA) has invited Ms Jacqueline Lo, the Founder of art-mate, to introduce her one-stop online platform, which is tailor-made for Hong Kong arts industry, and explain how arts administrators can utilize the system.

Arty Hour @ HKAAA is a causal occasion for thoughts to collide and wild ideas to flow. We would like to invite all fellow arts practitioners and anyone with an interest in arts & culture to join the gathering.

Come, share your views, and experience with us!

 

Details

 

Speaker: Ms Jacqueline Lo, Founder of art-mate

 

Jacqueline is an information technologist with experience in arts administration. She started her arts administration career in 2005 at Leisure and Cultural Services Department and thereafter worked at Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre and Hong Kong Art Development Council. In 2012, she decided to provide better information technology service to the arts industry and joined AlphaSoft Design Limited as Programme Director to link up the bridge between arts administration and information technology. At the same year, she founded the Hong Kong theatre database and arts events online ticketing and enrollment platform art-mate.

 

Date: 25 August 2016 (Thursday)

Time: 19:00 – 21:00

Venue: Boom (G/F, 48 Sai Street, Sheung Wan, 7-min walk from Exit A2, Sheung Wan MTR Station; Note: next to Sin Sin Fine Art Gallery)

Language: Cantonese

 

 

Free Event for the public!

*Please pay cash at the bar for your drinks.

 

Please register now!

 

 

 

Arty Hour – Chit-chat with Founder of art-mate, one-stop online platform for arts programme was sucessfully concluded. HKAAA thanks for the support of presenter and guests.

 

30/07/2016

Presenter: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association

 

Following the huge success of our previous Arts Administration Recruitment Day, the Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association is launching Arts Administration Recruitment Day 2016 at Sheung Wan Civic Centre on 30 July 2016 (Sat).


The Recruitment Day will serve as a platform for the participating arts organizations and job seekers, offering an opportunity for on-location job application and interview. Prestigious arts administration managers are invited to share with us their views and experience as well as the future and opportunities in the profession on the Recruitment Day.

 

Details of Recruitment Day:
Date: 30 July 2016 (Sat)
Time: 2:00-6:00pm 
Venue: Exhibition Hall, Sheung Wan Civic Centre (6/F, Sheung Wan Municipal Services Building, 345 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong)

 

Important Notice for Job Seekers / Participants:

  • Job seekers should prepare stationery, resumes, original and hard copies of academic certificates, identity card and other relevant materials to the venues for job applications and interviews.

  • HKAAA will provide at most 3 application forms for 3 different job openings.

  • Education in tertiary level is generally the minimum requirement for the job positions. Some jobs will give priority to the job seekers who have 2-3 years work experience.

  • Please register online for the resume submission timeslot. Registered job seekers who arrive at their selected timeslot will have priority to submit job application. Please bring along the confirmation e-mail for validation.

  • Limited entry passes for walk-in are available. First come-first served.

  • Online registration is also required for participants who would only like to attend sharing sessions, please bring along the confirmation e-mail for arrangement.

  • Crowd control will be applied if needed. Your understanding and patience will be appreciated. Please register online to secure your seats.

 

Transportation Information:

 

- Please take the elevators at the entrance of Sheung Wan Civic Centre (near URBTIX outlet) to 6/F Exhibition Hall.

- Please visit the official website of Sheung Wan Civic Centre for more transporation details.

 

Rundown:

2:00 - 6:00pm / On-day Job Application and Interview 

 

2:15 - 3:00pm / Topic:  A Peek into the Performing Arts Team of West Kowloon Cultural District Authority - Guest: Ms Anna CY Chan – Head of Dance, Performing Arts, West Kowloon Cultural District Authority

3:00 - 3:45pm / Topic: Working in a Museum - Guest: Ms Athena Wu – M+ Associate Curator(Learning & Interpretation)Ms Jennifer Wong – M+ Assistant Curator(Design and Architecture)

4:00 - 4:45pm / Topic: The Career Opportunities for Arts Administrators - Guest: Professor Tseng Sun-man – Co-Programme Leader of EMA(AME), The Education University of Hong Kong

5:00 - 5:45pm / Topic: Theatre Life in Hong Kong - Guests: Mr Marble Leung – Head of Programme and Education, Hong Kong Repertory Theatre

 

*Medium: Cantonese (No SI service)

 

Online registration: http://www.art-mate.net/?a=doc&id=16693

Enquiries | Tel: 2877 7268 | Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Details of Recruitment Day:

 

Date: 30 July 2016 (Sat)

Time: Venue set-up and preparation from 1:00pm, Recruitment Day and Talks from 2:00pm-6:00pm

Venue: Exhibition Hall, Sheung Wan Civic Centre (6/F, Sheung Wan Municipal Services Building, 345 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong)

 

No. of participating organizations: 15, with priority given to the following parties:

  • 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

 

Estimated no. of participants: 200-300

 

Deposit: 300 HKD (*Please submit together with completed application form to HKAAA’s office. Deposit will be reimbursed at the end of event. In the case of damages done to facilities at the venue by participating organizations, compensation will be deducted from the deposit. Deposit will not be refunded in the case of uninformed absence of participating organizations.)

 

HKAAA will provide commercial support and facilitate recruitment promotion through:

  • Onsite support on Recruitment Day (Photocopying, company name badge, vacancy information etc.)

  • 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 30 June (Thur) for HKAAA’s further arrangement.

 

Should you have any enquiries, please contact

Ms Debbie Ko 3791 2590 / debbie.ko@hkaaa.org.hk or
Mr Canice Chan 2877 7268/ canice.chan@hkaaa.org.hk or
Ms Theresa Tsang 2877 7268 / theresa.tsang@hkaaa.org.hk

 

We look forward to your support and participation!

 

 
 

 

十三間藝文機構參與聯合招聘日  (Chinese Only)

Date:27-07-2016
Media:101arts.net

 

西九促文化藝術就業 招聘日400人搶40空缺 (Chinese Only)

Date:30-07-2016
Media:on.cc

 

藝術行業招聘 逾400人應徵(Chinese Only)

Date:31-07-2016

Media:Oriental Daily

 

演藝蝶影:藝團聯合招聘(Chinese Only)

Date:12-08-2016

Media: Wen Wei Po

 

開啟藝術行政大門 業界拓思維創新機(Chinese Only)

Date:17-08-2016

Media: Wen Wei Po

 
 

 

 

 

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association Recruitment Day 2016 was sucessfully concluded. HKAAA thanks for the support of recruiters, guests and the participation of our volunteers.

 

25/06/2016

 

Design Department Graduation Exhibition Guided Tour

The Exhibition congregates work of the students from the five disciplines (Set & Costume Design, Costume Technology, Property Making, Scenic Art and Set Construction) that will be graduated from the Academy in year 2016. Graduates will share the students’fruits of labor and their respective graduation projects. The exhibition will also provide a deeper insight to each discipline and what students have achieved in the past 4 years.

 

Backstage Guided Tour

The guided tour will showcase the magnificent Property Making, Costume Technology, and Scenic Arts of the creative and production teams, reach out the secrets of the backstage of production.

 

About the Exclusive Guided Tour for HKAAA Members/Volunteers

Date: 25 June 2016 (Sat)

Tour Time: 11:00 – 12:30

Meeting time and point: 10:45am at the foyer of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (1 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong) 

Language: Cantonese

Quota: 20 persons

Fee: Complimentary

 

Remarks

1. Participants must be current members/volunteers of HKAAA. Each participant is welcome to bring along a guest.

2. Please fill in the name and email address of your guest on the registration form.

3. Only limited quota available. Registration will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis.

4. Performing Arts Education Centre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts is the co-presenter.

 

To join the tour, please register.

 

Transportation

By MTR, Alight at Wan Chai Station (Exit C) and then a 10-minute walk

 

Enquiries for the guided tour: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association

Tel: (852) 3791 2590|Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk

 

 

 

Exclusive guided tour for HKAAA members/volunteers-Backstage and Design Department Graduation Exhibition Guided Tour of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts was sucessfully concluded. HKAAA thanks for the support of the host and the participation of our volunteers.

 

12/06/2016

 

About the Exhibition

With the curatorial theme of "BE WATER II", the 20th Microwave International New Media Arts Festival is having its grand opening on 3rd June this year. Revolving around city, technology, and life, Microwave has invited world known local and international artists to come to Hong Kong with their latest media art works and projects.

 

Following the curatorial theme in 2015 - BE WATER Episode I, Microwave carries out the Episode II in 2016 - which serves DATA as ART, as Data is one of the key creative elements nowadays and with the form of fluidity of water. It’s no doubt that water carries the essence of life and nature; which is actually represents the origin of life and when it comes to the spirit of our Chinese Philosophy, it is going to present through the strong crossover behind “Water form” and Digital Technology.

 

Festival details: http://www.microwavefest.net/festival2016/ 

 

 

About the Exclusive Guided Tour for HKAAA Members/Volunteers

Date: 12 Jun 2016 (Sun)

Time: 3:00pm-3:45pm
Venue: Exhibition Hall, Low Block, Hong Kong City Hall, 5 Edinburgh Place, Central, Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese

Quota: 20 persons

Fee: Complimentary

 

Remarks
1. Particpants must be current members/volunteers of HKAAA. Each participant is welcome to bring along a guest.
2. Please fill in the name and email address of your guest on the registration form.
3. Only limited quota available. Registration will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis.

 

To join the tour, please register.

 

Transportation

By MTR

Central Station J, K Exit, Hong Kong Station A Exit

 

Enquiries for the guided tour: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association

Tel: (852) 2877 7268|Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk

 

 

 

The exclusive guided tour for HKAAA members/volunteer of the 20th Microwave International New Media Arts Festival "BE WATER II" was sucessfully concluded. HKAAA thanks for the support of the host and the participation of our volunteers.

 

31/05/2016 - 01/06/2016

Date: 31 May -1 June 2016 (Tuesday & Wednesday)

Venue: The Hong Kong Jockey Club Amphitheatre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

 

In the backdrop of flourishing and vibrant arts scene in Hong Kong and neighboring countries nowadays, arts administrators face greater challenges in various areas, such as venue management, box office, funding and sponsorship. In a time of paradigm shift when personal and geographical barriers are broken down by high-speed internet and other technologies on a daily basis, the society we live in is constantly reshaped by social, political and cultural shifts. As arts managers and artists who, by the nature of our work, operate on these tectonic plates, we need to examine our operational models regularly, in order to be relevant and succeed. 

 

Cultural Leadership Summit is Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association (HKAAA)’s annual major event. With different themes every year, the HKAAA pursues professionalism and constructive dialogue in the practice of arts administrators. With the theme “The Art of Successful Collaboration”, this year’s Cultural Leadership Summit aims to explore the possibilities of collaborations within the culture field and beyond, promoting more integration between arts, business and other sectors for a prosperous future. We will be looking for collaborative frameworks that inspire us to engage in new and different ways within our creative environment, with impacts far reaching beyond the sectoral boundaries.

 

The two-day symposium, with talks, workshops, round-table discussions and networking sessions, will bring together renowned cultural leaders and creative entrepreneurs from the city and overseas. The Summit aims to help further understanding the issues of successful collaborations between Artists and Managers, their creative spaces and different cities, as well as the society at large, for a prosperous future.

 

The Summit will benefit arts administrators from all sizes of organizations, arts entrepreneurs, artists, educators, and decision makers of non-profit sector and corporations, as well as anyone who is tasked with developing collaborative spirit and relationships in the future of their arts and programmes.

 

2016 Cultural Leadership Summit Programme Rundown 

 

Welcome advertisement placement in the Summit house programme. Booking and material deadline is 5 May 2016 (Thur). For more details, please contact 3791 2590.

 

Summit Speakers / Respondents / Moderators

(updated as on 29 Apr 2016) 

 

Mr Timothy Calnin, Executive Director, Performing Arts of Sydney Opera House
Mr Ian Chance, Lifetime Creative Entrepreneur from the UK/ Creative Entrepreneurship Programme Director, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Ms Grace Cheng, Director, Art in Hospital and Community Art Network
Ms Vicky Fung, Co-Founder, MusicBee
Mr Glen Goei, Film Director and Co-Director, the Singaporean theatre company, W!LD RICE
Ms Teresa Kwong, Programme Director, Hong Kong Arts Centre

Ms Angelika Li, Director, Mill6 Foundation
Mr Ted Lipman, Chief Executive Officer, The Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation
Ms Catherine Liu, Project Director, Hong Kong Fringe Club
Ms Georgina Lo, Company Manager, Unlock Dancing Plaza

Mr Him Lo, Socially Engaged Artist
Mr Michael MacLeod, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
Mr Robert Ness, Director, British Council (Hong Kong)
Mr Duncan Pescod, GBS, JP, Chief Executive Officer, West Kowloon Cultural District Authority
Mr Garry Robson, Artistic Director, Fittings MultiMedia Arts Liverpool and Birds of Paradise Theatre Company Glasgow
Mr Paul Tam, Chairman, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association / Executive Director, Hong Kong Ballet
Mr Tang Shu-Wing, Artistic Director, Tang Shu-Wing Theatre Studio
Prof. Bernadette Tsui, Executive Director, HKU Foundation / Director, Development & Alumni Affairs Office / Honorary Professor of Practice, Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong
Ms Esme Ward, Head of Learning and Engagement, Manchester Museum and Whitworth Art Gallery
Mr Jing Wong, Musician
Mr Wu Dar-kuen, Director, Taipei Artist Village and Treasure Hill Artist Village
Mr Louis Yu, Executive Director, Performing Arts of West Kowloon Cultural District Authority

 

MC: Ms Judy Chu, Actress, Writer and Film director
 

 

And more...

 

Language: mainly in English & Cantonese; with simultaneous interpretation in English, Cantonese and Mandarin at Amphitheatre.

 

 

Presented by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association

 

 

In Partnership with British Council, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and West Kowloon Cultural District Authority

 

        

 

Supported by Hong Kong Arts Development Council

 

 

 

Supporting Partners: Arts with the Disabled Association Hong Kong and Hong Kong Arts Centre

 

          

 

Media Partner with Artmap, Artplus and Pixelbread

 

          

 

 

 

The Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association reserves the right of final decision of any changes in venue, date, time, fee, content and speakers of the event due to unforeseen circumstances. 

 

Register Now:http://www.art-mate.net/doc/15105

Registration closes 11:00am 30 May 2016 (Mon).

 

We are pleased to have arranged a Guided Tour of the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts during the lunch break on the 2nd day of the summit:

Date & Time: 1 June (Wed) 1:30-2:00pm
First-come, first-served.

 

Registration is required:
Interested parties please register the Guided Tour by replying via email info@hkaaa.org.hk by 29 April (Fri).
*Please provide your (1) Name and (2) Mobile no.

 

The 6th Cultural Leadership Summit was successfully concluded on 11 June 2015. HKAAA thanks for the support of our co-presenter, sponsors, all speakers, moderators, respondents, facilitators, participants, volunteers and sponsors during the 2-day summit!

 

Summit Day 1:

  

 

Summit Day 2:

       

 

 

 

Accommodation

http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/plan-your-trip/accommodation/search/index.jsp

 

*For those who are interested, you may enjoy a special discount(room rate HK$700.00) with our accommodation partner of the summit, The Habourview. For details, please download the Reservation Form and return to the hotel.

 

Transport

Flights- For flights information, please visit Hong Kong International Airport website.

Hong Kong is a compact city, getting around is quite easy. Fleets of taxis, buses, trams, ferries, complemented by the excellent Mass Transit Railway (MTR) underground system, will enable participants to travel between their hotels and other areas in the city, safely and conveniently.

MTR - MTR System Map

Taxi - Rates start at HK$22.00 on flag fall (first 2 km) plus for every 200m onwards, HK$1.6 for meter fare below $78 and HK$1.0 for meter fare of HK$78 and above. Pay in HK$ only the fare shown on the meter plus any additional charges when applicable, e.g. luggage, tunnel tolls. Charges are displayed in the taxi. Passengers have to pay the two-way Cross-Harbour Tunnel Toll on cross-harbour trips.

Octopus Card - Make use of the Octopus Card, an electronic fare card that is accepted by almost all forms of public transport, and at many fast food chains and stores. On-Loan Octopus is refundable along with the HK$50 deposit (minus HK$9 handling fee for cards returned within three months).

Currency

The legal tender is the Hong Kong dollar (HK$), which is linked to the US dollar at a rate of about 7.78 HKD to 1 USD, although exchange rates may fluctuate slightly. 

Electricity

The voltage in Hong Kong is 220V, 50Hz. 3-rectangular-pin sockets are used and most hotels provide adaptors for electrical appliances.

Communications

International Calling Code

Dial +852 to call a Hong Kong number from overseas. There are no regional codes.

Internet Connection

Free WiFi service is available at HK International Airport. There is also Free GovWiFi service is in some government buildings including some public libraries. You can access the Internet for free at many coffee shops in town including Tsim Sha Tsui, Central, Causeway Bay and Wan Chai. The service is also available in some MTR stations and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council' Business InfoCentre. (Check with the Hotel Concierge for a nearby location.) 

Language

Chinese (Cantonese is widely spoken) and English are the official languages of Hong Kong. All official signs are bilingual (using traditional characters). Most shops and restaurants also have English signage, but this may not be common in the more local or rural establishments. 

Emergencies

Emergency Telephone

In emergency situations, you can contact the local police, ambulance service, fire department and other emergency services by calling 999.

Lost passport

If you lose your passport, make a 'lost report' at the nearest police station. Then contact your consulate to have your passport replaced.

Lost or stolen wallet

If your wallet or valuables are lost or stolen, please notify your hotel immediately and report to police. Keep a separate record of your credit card number(s) and report the loss to your card issuer(s) as quickly as possible. Most issuers have toll-free numbers and 24-hour service to deal with such emergencies.

Weather

Hong Kong has a subtropical climate with distinct seasons. You can find detailed current and seasonal weather information at the  Hong Kong Observatory website. 

Others

Sales Tax

There is no sales tax on goods and services in Hong Kong.

Smoking Restrictions

Smoking is prohibited in all indoor public places, including restaurants, karaokes, malls and bars. The smoking ban is also implemented on public transport carriers, public transport facilities and in both indoor and outdoor areas of some premises such as public beaches and swimming pools, escalators, Hong Kong Wetland Park. 

Environmental Levy Scheme on Plastic Shopping Bags

To reduce the use of plastic shopping bags, chain and large supermarkets, convenience stores, and personal health and beauty product stores are required to charge HK$0.50 for each plastic shopping bag provided to customers. 

 

For more information about Hong Kong, please click:  http://www.discoverhongkong.com.

 

 

 

 

香港藝術行政人員協會 主席 譚兆民先生 專訪 2016文化領袖論壇

日期:05-2016
媒體:Artplus

 

藝術跨界合作尋出路 2016文化領袖論壇

日期:04-2016
媒體:Artplus

 

文化領袖論壇 共創成功藝術 (Chinese only)

日期:01-06-2016
媒體:大公報

 

專訪Garry Robson 認識英國展能藝術表演推手 (Chinese only)

日期:23-05-2016
媒體:立場新聞

 

製作與創作的一體兩面──專訪吳達坤 (Chinese only)

日期:23-05-2016
媒體:立場新聞

 

音樂蜂花說—— 「Money is not just money」 (Chinese only)

日期:04-06-2016
媒體:信報

 

 

 

 

Opening Plenary - Creating the Right Home (31 May 2016)

 

Keynote Speakers

Mr Timothy Calnin, Executive Director, Performing Arts of Sydney Opera House

Mr Louis Yu, Executive Director, Performing Arts of West Kowloon Cultural District Authority

 

Respondent

Mr Him Lo, Socially Engaged Artist

 

Moderator

Mr Paul Tam, Chairman, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association / Executive Director, Hong Kong Ballet

 

The Academy 1: How to Start and Sustain a Creative Career: the Model of Cultural Entrepreneurship (31 May 2016)

 

Guest Speaker

Mr Ian Chance, Lifetime Creative Entrepreneur from the UK and Creative Entrepreneurship Programme Director, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

 

The Academy 1: From Artist to Arts Manager: the Journey of Transformation (31 May 2016)


Guest Speaker

Mr Wu Dar-Kuen, Director, Taipei Artist Village and Treasure Hill Artist Village

 

Roundtable - Transcending Boundary: Artistic Collaborations Between Cities (31 May 2016)

 

Panelists

Mr Glen Goei, Film Director and Co-Director, the Singaporean theatre company, W!LD RICE

Ms Teresa Kwong, Programme Director, Hong Kong Arts Centre

Mr Wu Dar-kuen, Director, Taipei Artist Village and Treasure Hill Artist Village

 

Moderator

Ms Catherine Liu, Project Director, Hong Kong Fringe Club

 

Keynote Plenary – Social Gains through Arts (1 June 2016)

 

Keynote Speakers

Mr Garry Robson, Artistic Director, Fittings MultiMedia Arts Liverpool and Birds of Paradise Theatre Company Glasgow

Ms Esme Ward, Head of Learning and Engagement, Manchester Museum and Whitworth Art Gallery

 

Respondent

Ms Grace Cheng, Director, Art in Hospital and Community Art Network

 

Moderator

Mr Robert Ness, Director, British Council (Hong Kong)

 

The Academy 2: Crowd-funding and Other Creative Approaches - Is It the Future for HK Musicians (1 June 2016)

 

Guest Speakers

Ms Vicky Fung, Founder, MusicBee

Mr Jing Wong, Musician

 

The Academy 2: Breaking the boundaries: Working with people of hearing impairment and disabled artists and performers. The Creative Case for Diversity (1 June 2016)

 

Guest Speaker

Mr Garry Robson, Artistic Director, Fittings MultiMedia Arts Liverpool and Birds of Paradise Theatre Company Glasgow

 

The Academy 2: Embracing Age-friendly Concept into Arts Programme (1 June 2016)

 

Guest Speaker

Ms Esme Ward, Head of Learning and Engagement, Manchester Museum and Whitworth Art Gallery

 

Roundtable – The Magic of Partnership (1 June 2016)

 

Panelists

Ms Angelika Li, Director, Mill6 Foundation

Mr Ted Lipman, Chief Executive Officer, The Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation

Ms Georgina Lo, Company Manager, Unlock Dancing Plaza

Mr Michael MacLeod, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

Mr Tang Shu-Wing, Artistic Director, Tang Shu-Wing Theatre Studio


Moderator

Prof. Bernadette Tsui, Executive Director, HKU Foundation / Director, Development & Alumni Affairs Office / Honorary Professor of Practice, Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong

 

 

 

Your opinions matter! Please let us know your views by completing the 2016 Cultural Leadership Summit Questionnaire

 

 

 

21/05/2016

 

About the Exhibition

The exhibition of Le French May "Claude Monet : The Spirit of Place" will be held from 4 May to 11 July 2016 at Hong Kong Heritage Museum.

 

Each section of the exhibition is dedicated to a specific place in France or Europe. There are four sections in total: Normandy and Brittany; Paris and the Ile-de-France region; London and Venice; and Giverny with its famous water lilies. Each section features an audiovisual and multimedia display with images from Monet's time and today. Presentations provide additional information on the artist's life, the revolutionary nature of the Impressionist movement and outdoor painting, and the importance of water, sky, earth and light in Monet's work. 

 

For more details about the exhibition, please visit the official website of Le French May: 

http://2016.frenchmay.com/programmes/event.aspx?name=ClaudeMonetTheSpiritofPlace

 

About the Exclusive Guided Tour for HKAAA Members/Volunteers

Date: 21 May 2016 (Sat)

Tour Time: 11:00am (Approx. 60mins)
Meeting time and point: 10:45am at the side entrance of
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Exhibition Venue: Hong Kong Heritage Museum (1 Man Lam Road, Sha Tin)
Language: 2 concurrent tours will be arranged and will be conducted in English and Cantonese respectively. Please indicate your preference in the registration form

Fee: Complimentary

Quota: 20-25 persons / tour*

*If the number of participants is fewer than 20, the tour will be cancelled and the registrants will be arranged to join the tour conducted in another language (if applicable) without prior notice, please note.

 

Remarks
1. Particpants must be current members/volunteers of HKAAA. Each participant is welcome to bring along a guest.
2. Please fill in the name and email address of your guest on the registration form.
3. Only limited quota available. Registration will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis.

 

To join the tour, please register.

 

Transportation

By MTR

Alight at Che Kung Temple Station (Exit A) and then a 5-minute walk, or;

Alight at Sha Tin Station (Exit A) and then a 15-minute walk.

By Bus

Please see map here for route nos.

 

Enquiries for the guided tour: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association

Tel: (852) 2877 7268|Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk

 

Enquiries for the programmes of Le French May: Le French May

Email: info@frenchmay.com

17/05/2016

 

Date:   19.00-20.30|Tuesday 17 May 2016

Venue: Fringe Dairy, Fringe Club, 2 Lower Albert Road, Central, Hong Kong

Language: English

Free admission. Please register at www.art-mate.net/doc/15770.

 

Moderator: Robert Ness, Director, British Council Hong Kong

 

Speakers:

 

Event Horizon Hong Kong is the most extensive public art installation ever seen in the city. The 31 sculptures looking out into space installed at both street level and building tops around a kilometre wide zone across Hong Kong’s Central and Western districts have been a part of the Hong Kong cityscape, on show until 18 May 2016.

 

Created by the internationally acclaimed British artist, Sir Antony Gormley, this ambitious installation has generated a wide range of dialogue and debate since it was launched on 19 November 2015. It not only encourages the pubic to question how the human nature responds to our man-made built environment, but also gives the community some food for thought.

 

Riding on the completion of this tremendous installation project, the British Council, presenter of Event Horizon Hong Kong, has invited an unparalleled panel of speakers to share their views on the future development of public art. The discussion will offer a unique insight into the Event Horizon story, as well as the many challenges that we have encountered along the way.  The panel will discuss how we could interpret the diverse responses towards public art, what the key learning and lessons are, and how we can encourage public engagement in the arts, especially in the public urban realm.

 

Let’s explore what and how we could do differently to contribute to the cultural life of Hong Kong.

 

In partnership with Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association, the panel discussion is a pre-2016 Cultural Leadership Summit event.

 

07/05/2016

(Chinese version only)

 

香港藝術行政人員協會本年度首次衝出香港,到訪澳門與澳門藝術人對話和交流,了解澳門藝術的發展,亦可自行欣賞澳門藝術節節目。

 

第二十七屆澳門藝術節於4月30日至5月29日舉行,本會特此舉辦「澳門之旅 — 與藝術人會面」,與藝術節劇目繪本音樂劇場《亂世童話》澳門土生土語話劇團《茶夢傳》的藝術人會面、參觀崗頂劇院後台和澳門著名插畫家霍凱盛 (Eric Fok) 工作室、以及澳門藝術節特備節目:本地藝術家海外交流經驗談,機會難逢,切勿錯過。

 

詳情
日期:2016年5月7日 (星期六)
集合時間及地點:早上8時45分 上環港澳碼頭*  早上10時15分 澳門外港客運碼頭*

解散時間及地點:下午6時半 澳門文化中心 (參加者可自行欣賞藝術節節目)
費用:$200 會員、$250 非會員 (包括當日交通費和午膳)**

行程:按此

名額:20

*參加者可自行乘船再與本會職員於澳門外港客運碼頭會合

**船票需另外購買,參加者可自行購買,或由本會代購於上環港澳碼頭出發之船票


備註:
1. 是此活動為2016文化領袖論壇加料節目,名額有限,2016文化領袖論壇參加者優先,先到先得。
2. 認識更多第二十七屆澳門藝術節,可瀏覽 http://www.icm.gov.mo/fam/27/

3. 此行程不包保險,如有需要,參加者可自行購買。

 

澳門特別行政區政府文化局為此活動的支持機構

名額有限,先到先得,如欲報名請於5月5日或之前報名!

09/04/2016

(Chinese version only)

 

香港藝術行政人員協會推出「藝術行政管理講座系列」,針對不同議題作深入認識和討論,為藝術行政人員及藝術愛好者提供培訓及交流的機會。本會是次邀得一新美術館攜手合作,由一新美術館總監楊春棠先生、館務主任丘蘇敏及梁慧淇小姐帶領參加者遊覽香港首個以龍泉青瓷為主題的展覽廳,並分享個人的策展經歷。

一新美術館由孫少文基金會於2015年創立,為本港近年備受矚目的非牟利民營博物館,而《凝煙翠 宋元明 • 龍泉青瓷》是一新美術館首個文物展覽,旨在以全新角度介紹中華文化裡重要而優雅的陶瓷藝術。

詳情
日期:2016年4月9日 (星期六)
時間:下午4:00 至 6:00
地點:觀塘海濱道165號SML大廈4樓
語言:廣東話(不設即時傳譯)
嘉賓:一新美術館總監楊春棠先生、館務主任丘蘇敏及梁慧淇小姐
*此為免費活動

 

備註:
1. 費用全免,名額有限,香港藝術行政人員協會會員優先,先到先得。
2. 認識更多一新美術館,可瀏覽 www.sunmuseum.org.hk

 

鳴謝一新美術館提供場地及導賞服務

 

名額有限,先到先得,如欲報名請於4月7日或之前報名!

 

地圖

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交通

- 港鐵​牛頭角站 B6出口
- 港鐵​觀塘站 B3出口
- 小巴 22A 由牛頭角站上車,停在SML大廈前下車
- 觀塘觀塘碼頭巴士總站: 11D , 23 , 268C , 269C , 40 , 74C , 74D , 74P , 74X , 80 , 80P , 83X , 93A , T277

05/03/2016

Latest Trend of 3D Printing Technology

 

Following the sucess of "Class 1: Getting to Know the Whole Design and Production Process at a Printing House", Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association is launching the second class of Arts Administrators 101 series "Getting to Know the Birth of 3D Printing Technology"!

 

HKAAA has invited an expert of 3D printing technology, Mr Chris Wong, to hold a demonstration session of 3D printing and tell us the application on the market. During this workshop, participants will have a chance to witness the process of producing a 3D Printing mini-product. Come and join us!

 

Local arts administrators always face the issue of heavy workload with limited resources. They might take on a few different roles and handle major duties without any proper training. Thus, HKAAA has launched this “Art Administrator 101” Series and engaged experienced speakers to teach on various aspects of art administration skill. We also welcome experienced art administrators to join us to enhance existing skill.
 
Details
Date: March 5, 2016 (Saturday)
Time: 14:30 ─ 16:30
Venue: Room G, 16th Floor, Superluck Industrial Centre Phase 2, 57 Sha Tsui Road, Tsuen Wan
Guest Speaker: Mr Chris Wong, Director of 3D Printing Company Ltd.
Language: Cantonese (No simultaneous interpretation)
Fee: member $150;non-member $200 (Participant will receive a 3D printing product)

Quota: 20


Limited seats and first come, first served basis. Please register now!

 

Map (Please click here to enlarge)

 

Transportation

1) 15-min walk from Exit A, Tusen Wan MTR Station

2) 13-min walk from Exit A, Tusen Wan West MTR Station

 

Presentation

Chris Wong

18/02/2016

To all HKAAA members,

 

Thank you for supporting HKAAA in the past year!

 

Annual General Meeting 2014-2015 of HKAAA will be held on 18 February 2016 (Thursday) at 5:00-6:00pm at Flower Music (10/F, Tack Building, 50 Gilman Street, Sheung Wan). We invite all of our members to join us for this occasion, to learn more about what we have been doing in the past year, and give us comments on how to do better in the future. Light refreshments will be served at the meeting.

 

>>> Meeting Agenda

 

*RSVP

Please email to info@hkaaa.org.hk (Ms Cindy Wong / Ms Debbie Ko) by indicating your name, contact no., job position and organisation on or before 12 February for registration.

02/02/2016

 

Being one of the most significant cultural events in Hong Kong, Hong Kong Arts Festival (HKAF) has been bringing the leading international and local artists in all genres to the city every year. Ms Tisa Ho, Executive Director of HKAF since 2006, will share her behind-the-scene experience of the festival, including the programme planning and audience building over the last decade.

 

Details


Date: 2 February 2016 (Tuesday)
Time: 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Venue:  Duddell’s (Levels 3 & 4, Shanghai Tang Mansion, 1 Duddell Street, Central)
Speaker: Ms Tisa Ho, Executive Director, Hong Kong Arts Festival

Moderator: Mr Paul Tam, Chairman, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association/ Executive Director, Hong Kong Ballet

Language: English (SI service will not be available)


*Free of charge, limited seats and HKAAA members will be served first. Successful registrants will receive confirmation email. Please click here for registration on or before 28 January.

 

Co-presented by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association and Duddell's

 

            

 

 

Map (Please click here to enlarge)

 

Transportation

5-min walk from Exit G, Central MTR Station

 

Video

Ms Tisa Ho

16/01/2016

 

As the performing scene in Hong Kong is flourishing in recent years, even the nine major performing arts organizations are facing many challenges at box office. As the leader of an arts organization, how do they face the attention of public and media, while taking the role of a flagship company? Moreover, the programme manager also plays a key role, from liaising a screenplay’s copyright, finding the right director and actors, to budget control for the production. How does the programme team plan a new season programme every year and still provide new elements? Co-presenting with Chung Ying Theatre Company, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association will present the “Arts Management Seminar Series: The Truth about Managing a Theatre Company”. Participants will be given an insider-guide at Chung Ying Theatre Company’s historical building, including the storeroom of props and costumes.


We are glad to have Mr Dominic Cheung, General Manager and Ms Christy Lee, Programme Manager from Chung Ying Theatre Company to talk about their experience. Before joining Chung Ying Theatre Company, they had solid experience working in small-scale theatre company. Mr Cheung is an experienced theatre professional with expertise in areas including producer, director, actor, translator and critic.

 

Details
Speakers:
1) Mr Dominic Cheung, General Manager, Chung Ying Theatre Company
2) Ms Christy Lee, Programme Manager, Chung Ying Theatre Company


Date: 16 January 2016 (Saturday)
Time: 14:30 – 17:00
Venue: Chung Ying Theatre Company (G/F, 10 Borrett Road, Hong Kong)
Language: Cantonese (SI service will not be available)
Fee: HKD $50 (Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association members, Chung Ying Energy Fun Club members, Drama Lab members, Secondary Schools/Universities/Higher Education Institutions Student*); HKD$100 (non-members)
*Please present your student card for validation upon registration.


Limited seats and first come first serve. Successful registrants will receive confirmation email. Please click here for registration.

 

Co-presented by Drama Lab

 


 

Transportation

1) Take the No.9 Minibus at Exchange Square Transportation Terminal in Central

2) Take Taxi to Chung Ying’s office directly

 

Video

Ms Christy Lee

Mr Dominic Cheung

Q and A

Guided Tour

 

Speaker's presentation