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2017

15/07/2017

Presenter: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association

Acknowledgement: HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity

 

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 fifth large-scale recruitment day at HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity on 15 July 2017 (Saturday) to supply different levels of jobs in the arts field.

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association Recruitment Day 2017 will serve as a free platform for participating arts organizations and job seekers, offering an opportunity for on-location job application and interview. Experienced recruitment expertise will also be invited to provide professional advice on job applicants’ resumes and cover letters.

 

Details of Recruitment Day: (For Participating Arts Organizations)

 

Date: 15 July 2017 (Sat)

Time: Venue set-up and preparation from 09:00am, Recruitment Day from 11:00am-5:00pm

Venue: 4/F, HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity  (135 Junction Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong)

 

No. of participating organizations: 8, 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
  • 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 23 June (Fri) for HKAAA’s further arrangement.

 

Should you have any enquiries, please contact

Mr Hanson Chan 3791 2590 / hanson.chan@hkaaa.org.hk or
Ms Angel Chan 2877 7268/ angel.chan@hkaaa.org.hk or
Ms Theresa Tsang 2877 7267 / theresa.tsang@hkaaa.org.hk

 

We look forward to your support and participation!

 

Notes on recruitment and application form

10/07/2017

(Chinese version Only)

 

傑出藝術領袖系列:吳杏冰-光輝藝行誌

 

香港藝術行政人員協會今年夏天起推出「傑出藝術領袖系列」,邀請來自不同藝術界別、獨當一面的藝術領袖分享他們在職業生涯累積出來的的寶貴經驗和智慧,以及其出色的藝術管理哲學和策略

 

「傑出藝術領袖系列」頭炮嘉賓為資深藝術行政人員吳杏冰女士。她由七十年代加入前市政總署文化署(現為康文署)曾任職於不同崗位,到九十年代於香港芭蕾舞團掌舵十年,從事過不同的藝術行政工作,這近四十年間見證了香港文化藝術的光輝歲月,背後融合了藝術家的創意和努力以及藝術行政人員的百折不撓。

 

克服過不少挑戰,往事更值得回味。吳杏冰女士最近請來二十五位藝術界的良師益友撰文分享藝術之路,並結集成新書《藝行誌─25位藝術家在香港》。她將於是次活動分享過往與不同藝術家合作的軌跡,以及管理藝團、籌備文化活動的體驗。


詳情

日期:2017年7月10日(星期一)
時間:晚上6時30分至10時正
地點:藝穗會奶庫(中環下亞厘畢道二號)

 

晚上6時30分     開始登記
晚上7時30分     分享會開始
晚上9時30分至10時 簽名會及交流

 

講座
講者:資深藝術行政人員 吳杏冰女士

回應:獨立藝術工作者 Clementine Chan 小姐
主持:香港藝術行政人員協會主席/香港芭蕾舞團行政總監 譚兆民先生
語言:廣東話(不設即時傳譯)

*費用全免,香港藝術行政人員協會會員優先,人數有限,額滿即止;成功報名者將獲電郵確認通知。請於7月5日或之前按此報名。

           
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查詢:香港藝術行政人員協會
電話: (852) 3791 2590|電郵: info@hkaaa.org.hk

24/06/2017

 

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 Scenic Construction) that will be graduated from the Academy in year 2017. 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: 24 June 2017 (Sat)

Tour Time: 14:30 – 16:00

Meeting time and point: 14:15 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

07/06/2017

 

HSBC Archives contains some of the best business and arts collection in the world, including annual reports, minute books, accounting ledgers, correspondences, photographs, cartoons, films, advertisements, banknotes and oral history. These records do not only reflect the colourful history of HSBC, but also capture the social, economic and political developments of Hong Kong and the wider region.

 

The tour in the Archives Gallery and Repository tells the story of HSBC's rich and eventful heritage in the Asia-Pacific region through rare exhibits, virtual galleries and interactive displays. The tour provides visitors opportunities to explore the intertwined history of the bank and Hong Kong with cutting-edge technology. Visitors can also learn about the bank's invaluable contributions to Hong Kong and be connected to the people who influence HSBC's story.

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association (HKAAA) is honored to organise a guided tour at HSBC Archives and have invited representatives of HSBC to lead the archives tour. They will share their experience on curating and setting up the digital exhibition as well the behind-the-scenes about archives conservation.

 

Details

 

Speakers:
1) Ms Helen K Swinnerton, Senior Archives Manager, HSBC Archives ASP, Global Communications

 

2) Ms Florence Lo, Community & Education Programme Manager, HSBC Archives ASP, Global Communications

 

Date: 7 June, 2017 (Wednesday)
Time: 5pm to 7pm
Venue: HSBC Hong Kong Archives Centre,1/F Tower 3, HSBC Centre, 1 Sham Mong Road, Kowloon (7-minute walk from Exit B of Olympic MTR station)

No. of participants: 20
Medium of Instruction: English (SI service will not be available)

 

*Free of charge and light refreshment will be provided. Seats are limited and HKAAA members will be served first. Successful registrants will receive confirmation email.

 

Please click HERE for registration on or before 2 June, 2017.

 

Map (Please click here to enlarge)

 

 

Transportation
Exit B, Olympic MTR Station

03/06/2017

 

(Chinese Version Only)

 

香港藝術行政人員協會「藝術行政人員101系列」是由不同界別的專業人士現場教授各種助職場發展的實踐技巧,讓新鮮人打好基本功。

 

衣服是一種表達自己的方法,穿著適合自己的衣服顏色及形象可以提高自信心。對於時常需要與不同機構聯絡的藝術創業家及藝術行政人員,懂得為自己挑選衣著可以令別人留下良好深刻的印象!

 

有見及此,香港藝術行政人員協會特意邀請了時裝及形象敎練、imageC Academy的創辦人黃雪筠小姐, 向大家分享及講解衣服穿著對表達自身的重要性。黃雪筠小姐更會向大家分享五行穿衣這個新的概念,利用中國傳統文化連繋自我的內在本質,了解什麼是最適合自己的穿搭。同場還會提供幾個穿衣配搭小貼士, 讓大家感受一下什麼是形象內而外。

 

詳情

講者︰黃雪筠小姐, 時裝及形象敎練、imageC Academy創辦人

日期︰2017年6月3日(星期六)

時間︰下午2時30分到下午4時30分

地點︰Uptown Co-Workshop,香港德輔道西444-452號香港工業大廈2樓A座

(香港大學地鐵站B2出口)

語言:廣東話(不設即時傳譯)

 

*是次活動費用全免,名額有限,報名以先到先得方式處理。
場地伙伴:Uptown Co-Workshop

 

關於Uptown Co-Workshop
Uptown Co-Workshop, 可能是香港最貼地的共享工作空間 (Co-working space),Uptown相信商業是改善社會的有效手段。懷抱一顆NGO的心(非政府組織),Uptown致力培育設計和科技界的創新企業及項目;並不定期邀請各界精英舉行分享,刺激創意及傳授創業經驗。

 

 

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請即報名!

 

27/05/2017

 

There are initally a few challenges for artists. They have to determine what to put on the price tag for their works. When it comes to creating an optimal, yet artistically aesthetic exhibiting space, complemented by the right illustrations for audience's understanding  and comprehension, they have to think even harder. They will then face the next hurdle -- how to commmunicate with the audience in an exhibition or expo setting, to make sure the whole conversation will not be "lost in translation". We have invited Ms Henrietta Tsui-Leung, founder and co-president of the Hong Kong Art Gallery Association and art gallery owner, to offer and share her invaluable advice and experience.

 

Details 

 

Speakers: 

- Ms Henrietta Tsui-Leung, Founder and Honorary Chair, President Emeritus of the Hong Kong Art Gallery Association, Founder and CEO of Galerie Ora-Ora

Ms Judy Inn, Art Next Expo Director

 

Date: 27 May 2017 (Saturday)

Time: 14:30 - 16:30

Venue: Uptown Co-Workshop, Block A, 2/F, Hong Kong Industrial Building, 444-452 Des Voeux Road West 

Kennedy Town, Hong Kong (Hong Kong University MTR Station B2 Exit)

Language: English (No SI service)

 

*Co-presented by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association, Art Next and Art Gallery Association.


 

Venue Partner︰

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Please click HERE for registration on or before 19 May, 2017.

 

Uptown Co-workshop Map

 

(Please click here to enlarge)

 

06/05/2017

About the Exhibition

Time Capsule is a journey that revisits landmark innovations in technology and design through the history of the luxury House. Travelling from 1854 to the present day, the story is told using rare and celebrated objects selected from the Louis Vuitton archive.

Concurrently with the 20th anniversary of the HKSAR, and the 25th anniversary silver Jubilee of Le French May, Hong Kong has been chosen as the first stop for Time Capsule.   Time Capsule begins with French artisans demonstrating traditional leatherwork skills that remain as relevant today as they have in the past century; visitors will also enjoy unprecedented access to some of the most valuable pieces from Louis Vuitton’s archives and specially curated artworks by local Hong Kong artists.
 
For more details about the exhibition, please visit the official website of Louis Vuitton: 
http://hk.louisvuitton.com/eng-hk/articles/time-capsule?campaign=sem_GG-HK-ENG-SH-BRAN-EVNT-TIMECAPSULE
 
About the Exclusive Guided Tour for HKAAA Members/Volunteers
Date: 6 May 2016 (Sat)
Tour Time: 10:00am (Approx. 30mins)
Meeting time and point: 9:45am at the entrance of the capsule (the exhibition venue)
Exhibition Venue: Statue Square Gardens, Chater Road, Central
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: 8 persons / tour*
*If the number of participants is fewer than 8, 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 via  LINK.

 

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Exclusive guided tour for HKAAA members/volunteers- “the Time Capsule exhibition” by Louis Vuitton
  
Exclusive guided tour for HKAAA members/volunteers- “the Time Capsule exhibition” by Louis Vuitton was successfully held 6 May. Two tour guides introduced the story of LV products, its history and design concepts to all the participants. All the participants had a great time. Once again, thank you for all your participation and support! Stay tuned to our upcoming events! 
24/04/2017

Public Forum: Arts education with a difference: how to highlight the social and educational value of the arts ?

 

Most arts education programmes in town emphasize skill-based training and focus on students’ achievement in graded examinations.  However, the arts education programmes founded by our two speakers highlight on the social and education value of the arts. The Music Children Foundation offers free music lessons to underprivileged children in Sham Shui Po and aims to nurture their confidence, sense of responsibility and team spirit. Rooftop Institute invites Asian and local artists to conduct artistic research and discussions on contemporary social and cultural issues. It strives to broaden the international perspective of local youngsters through their engagement with Asian artists.  

 

The speakers will share with us the rationale behind their vision, the challenges they face and the impact they are making, as well as how they equip themselves to realize their dreams.
 

 

Details:

 

Date: 24 April 2017 (Monday)

Time: 19:00 – 21:00

Venue: Music Children Foundation (G/F, 9 Arran Street, Prince Edward, Kowloon | 5 minutes walk from C2 Exit of Prince Edward Station)

 

Public Forum

Moderator: Professor Tseng Sun-man, Co-Programme Leader of EMA(AME), The Education University of Hong Kong

 

Speakers:
- Miss Law Yuk Mui, Co-founder of Rooftop Institute

- Ms. Annike Pong, Executive Director of Music Children Foundation Limited

 

Duration: Around 1.5 hrs
Medium: Cantonese (No SI service)

 

Information session of EMA(AME) programme

Executive Master of Arts in Arts Management and Entrepreneurship [EMA(AME)] programme is specially designed for in-service arts/cultural managers from Hong Kong and the region who have typically five years of managerial experience. Since 2014, we have connected experienced cultural managers from seven cities.

 

Cultural entrepreneurship courses are offered in conjunction with Goldsmiths, University of London with incoming professors from Goldsmiths.

 

Speaker:Professor Tseng Sun-man – Co-Programme Leader of EMA(AME), The Education University of Hong Kong

 

Duration: Around 30 minutes
Medium: Cantonese & English (No SI service)

 

Online registration: https://www.art-mate.net/?a=doc&id=46242

 

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

 

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

 

Map (click map to enlarge)

 

 

Highlight Recap - Public Forum: Advocating the social value of the arts - the role of arts administrators cum Information session of EMA(AME) programme
Public Forum: Arts education with a difference: how to highlight the social and educational value of the arts ? organized by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association and the Department of Cultural and Creative Arts, The Education University of Hong Kong was successfully held on April 24 at Music Children Foundation. 
  
We were delighted to have 2 renowned Art Educators to share their dreams and the concept behind their education programmes. Miss Law Yuk Mui, the Co-founder of Rooftop Institute, had demonstrated the importance of the engagements between Local students and Asian Artists. Vietnamese and Japanese Artists had been invited to Hong Kong to conduct artistic researches, and provided guidance to Hong Kong Students. It strived to broaden the horizon of local youngsters through the process of interactions on contemporary social and cultural issues between Artists and Students. Ms Annike Pong, the Executive Director of Music Children Foundation, had taken similar approach on emphasizing the importance of social and education value of the arts to local youngsters. Music Children Foundation has been offering free music lessons to underprivileged children in Sham Shui Po, and the programmes have sucessfully nurtured the confidence, team spirit and the sense of responsibility of the students. The above discussions aimed to provide examples of solutions to the challenges which Art Educators might faced nowadays. It also illustrated the impact and importance of Art Education to the growth of youngsters. 
 

11/03/2017

(New Announcement︰Under the New arrangement, HKAAA Career Day 2017 will no longer provide on-location job application and interview.

For Art Jobs information, please refer to the HKAAA Job Market http://www.hkaaa.org.hk/group/career.

Please don't hesitate to contact us if there are any other issues that need to be addressed.)

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association is launching the first Career day at The Work Project on 11 March 2017 (Saturday) to not only supply different levels of jobs in the arts field, but also provide extensive information to participants to learn and understand more about art administrations.

 

Experienced arts administration expertise are invited to share their views and experience as well as the future professional opportunities on the Career Day.


Details of Career Day:
Date: 11 March 2017 (Saturday)
Time: 10:00am - 05:00pm
Venue: 15/F Soundwill Plaza II - Midtown,1-29 Tang Lung Street,Causeway Bay, Hong Kong


Transportation Information:

 

- Cloest MTR Exit: Exit A, Causeway Bay

 

Rundown:
10:00am - 5:00pm / Start of Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association Career Day 2017
10:30am - 12:30pm / Topic: How the cultural ecology of different countries /cities impact on arts promotion and management ?

    - Ms Heidi Lee Oi Yee, Associate Dean, Cheung Kong School of Art & Design,Shantou University

    - Miss Orlean Lai, Independent Curator & Creative Producer

    - Ms Christy Lee Shuk Kwan, Programme Manager, Chung Ying Theatre Company (HK) Limited

*Medium: Cantonese (No SI service)

 

2:30pm - 3:30pm / Topic: Who Wants to Be a Curator? - Guest: Mr Dominique Chan, Head of Gallery & Exhibition, Asia Society Hong Kong
*Medium: Cantonese (No SI service)

 

3:30pm - 5:00pm /Topic: Explore Your Career in Museum Registration and Conservation:
Guest Speakers:
    - Ms Keri Towler - Senior Registrar, M Plus Museum Limited (West Kowloon Cultural District Authority)
    - Ms Karina Jagudina - Conservator, Painting, M Plus Museum Limited (West Kowloon Cultural District Authority)
    - Ms Jofan Huang - Conservator, Paper, M Plus Museum Limited (West Kowloon Cultural District Authority)
*Medium: English (No SI service)

Online registration: https://www.art-mate.net/?a=doc&id=45788
Enquiries | Tel: 2877 7268 | Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk 

 

 

Public Forum: How the cultural ecology of different territories impact on arts promotion and management? cum Information session of EMA(AME) programme

 

Our speakers will share their views on how the cultural ecology of Hong Kong differs from those cities /countries where they have stayed or worked for sometime. This will enable us to examine how these differences impact on arts promotion and management of different territories, such as the mode of operation, business model, income sources and sustainability etc. It is hoped that this discussion will encourage more critical review of the Hong Kong cultural ecology.

 

Date: 11 March 2017 (Saturday)

Time: 10:30am - 13:00pm
Venue: 15/F Soundwill Plaza II - Midtown,1-29 Tang Lung Street,Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

 

Public Forum 

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

 

Speakers:

Ms, Heidi Lee Oi Yee, Associate Dean, Cheung Kong School of Art & Design,Shantou University

Miss Orlean Lai, Independent Curator & Creative Producer

Ms Christy Lee Shuk Kwan, Programme Manager, Chung Ying Theatre Company (HK) Limited

 

Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm

Medium: Cantonese & English (No SI service)

 

Information session of EMA(AME) programme
Executive Master of Arts in Arts Management and Entrepreneurship [EMA(AME)] programme is specially designed for in-service arts/cultural managers from Hong Kong and the region who have typically five years of managerial experience. We have connecting experienced cultural managers from 7 cities since 2014.

Cultural entrepreneurship courses offered in conjunction with Goldsmiths, University of London with incoming professors from Goldsmiths.

 

Speaker:

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

 

Time: 12:30 – 13:00
Medium: Cantonese & 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.

Online registration: https://goo.gl/forms/9x3EgXzkDADNHOn72

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

 

 

 

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association Career Day 2017

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association Career Day 2017 was held successfully on March 11 at The Work Project.
 
HKAAA Career Day 2017 was an informative based activity designed to provide different information about art administration to participants. 3 career talks had been delivered by distinguished guest speakers, and about 150 participants had attended for the talks. Thank you for the participation and support!
 
We were delighted to have 8 prestigious arts administrators to share their views and experience as well as the future and opportunities in the profession on that day. They were Professor Tseng Sun-man, Co-Programme Leader of EMA(AME), The Education University of Hong Kong; Ms Heidi Lee Oi Yee, Associate Dean, Cheung Kong School of Art & Design,Shantou University; Ms Orlean Lai, Independent Curator & Creative Producer; Ms Christy Lee Shuk Kwan, Programme Manager, Chung Ying Theatre Company (HK) Limited; Mr Dominique Chan, Head of Gallery & Exhibition, Asia Society Hong Kong; Ms Keri Towler, Senior Registrar, M Plus Museum Limited, Ms Karina Jagudina, Conservator, Painting, M Plus Museum Limited, Ms Jofan Huang, Conservator, Paper, M Plus Museum Limited.
 
In the morning, a public forum on cultural ecology was taken placed. New York, London, and Mainland cities had been used as example to examine how the cultural ecology of Hong Kong differs from those cities or countries. Ms Heidi Lee had shared her opinion on the difference in the mode of operation in art events between Hong Kong and China; Miss Orlean Lau and Ms Christy Lee had shared their experiences on Art promotion and management in Europe, in comparison to Hong Kong. The discussion had encouraged more critical review on Hong Kong cultural ecology, and also shed light on the career of an Art Administrators in both Hong Kong and other cities around the world.
 
In the afternoon, 2 sessions on curation and museum management were taken place. Mr Dominique Chan had shared his experience as a curator in Hong Kong, and Ms Keri Towler, Ms Karina Jagudina and Ms Jofan Huang had talked about the career as a conservator in museum. They revealed the career working in museums and exhibitions involves a wide variety of job duties that require the candidates to be passionate, and with strong knowledge background. They had also stressed the importance to be involved in an internship in order to be start your career in this industry.
 
Thank you for joining “Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association Career Day 2017”. On-location job application and interview will be provided in Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association Recruitment Day 2017, which will be held later this year. If you are looking for a new career in Art Administration, please stay tuned on the updates of HKAAA.

 

27/02/2017

To all HKAAA members,

Thank you for supporting HKAAA in the past year!

Annual General Meeting 2015-2016 of HKAAA will be held on 27 February 2017 (Monday) at 5:00-6:30pm at Steam Studio (4/F, Si Toi Commercial Building, Queen St., 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

 

>>> Minutes of the last AGM

 

>>> Memorandum & Articles of Association of HKAAA

 

>>> Revised Articles of Association

 

>>> Audit Report 2015-16

 

>>>Explanatory notes to the Notice of the Annual General Meeting 2015-2016

 

>>>Chairman Report

 

>>>AGM PowerPoint

 

 

 

HKAAA Annual General Meeting was sucessfully concluded. HKAAA thanks for the support of the co-presenters and the guests.

 

 

 

 
Highlight Recap - HKAAA Annual General Meeting
Annual General Meeting of HKAAA was held at Steam Studio on 27 February 2017. During the meeting, participants had discussed different topics about the current development of HKAAA. 
We would like to thanks our members for joining us on this occasion. HKAAA will try our best in the future to provide better service to all of our members and art administrators in Hong Kong.

 

22/02/2017

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association (HKAAA) is honored to organize a guided tour at the HSBC Main Building in Central. Lead by representatives of HSBC, participants will have an unique opportunity to explore the architecture and to learn about the connection between the Bank’s long heritage and our Hong Kong society.

 

Beside the Main Building, participants will explore exhibits at the headquarters plaza using the 'HSBC in Hong Kong: A Virtual Story' app. It uses augmented reality to bring the rich history of our CBD to life through the past and present of 1 Queen’s Road Central, the very spot where HSBC opened for business more than 150 years ago.

 

Details

 

Speakers:
1) Ms Helen K Swinnerton, Senior Archives Manager, HSBC Archives ASP, Global Communications

 

2) Ms Florence Lo, Community & Education Programme Manager, HSBC Archives ASP, Global Communications

 

3) Mr. Billy C H Lam, Tour Coordinator, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited

 

Date: 22 February, 2017 (Wednesday)

Time: 5pm to 7pm

Venue: HSBC Main Building, 1 Queen’s Road, Central.

No. of participants: 20
Medium of Instruction: English (SI service will not be available)

 

*The event is free of charge. Seats are limited and HKAAA members will be served first. Successful registrants will receive confirmation email.

 

Please click HERE for registration on or before 19 February, 2017.

Map (Please click here to enlarge)

 

 

Transportation
MTR Central Station, Exit K.

 

Guided tour of HSBC Central – Journey from the Past to Future organized by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association was successfully held on February 22 at HSBC Main Building in Central.

 

 

We were delighted to have Ms Helen K Swinnerton, Senior Archives Manager, and Ms Florence Lo, Community & Education Programme Manager from HSBC Archives ASP to talk about HSBC newly developed mobile app “HSBC in Hong Kong: A Virtual Story”. We were also very glad to have Mr Billy C H Lam, Tour Coordinator, to introduce the HSBC Main Building to the participants of the tour.

Designed by renowned architect Mr Norman Foster, HSBC Main Building is one of the most iconic building in modern architectural design. It had become a symbol of Hong Kong, carrying significant meaning to Hong Kong citizens.
 
“HSBC in Hong Kong: A Virtual Story” is an app that tells the story of HSBC in Hong Kong through activating digital experiences around the physical exhibits at the Ground Plaza of the HSBC Main Building, where HSBC opened for business more than 150 years ago. With the used of augmented reality, the app brings the shared history of Hong Kong and HSBC to life from the past to the present, and through it, our participants were able to experience some of the most significant moments in the evolution of HSBC and Hong Kong through audio and visual content, including images from HSBC’s archives.

 

 

Thank you for joining “Guided tour of HSBC Central – Journey from the Past to Future”. Due to popular demand of “Guided tour of HSBC Central–Journey from the Past to Future” and “Guided tour of HSBC Archives – Hong Kong Stories”, re-runs of both tours will be held later this year. If you are interested to join the tours, please stay tuned on the updates of HKAAA. 

 

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association Career Day 2017 was held successfully on March 11 at The Work Project.

 

HKAAA Career Day 2017 was an informative based activity designed to provide different information about art administration to participants. 3 career talks had been delivered by distinguished guest speakers, and about 150 participants had attended for the talks. Thank you for the participation and support!

 

We were delighted to have 8 prestigious arts administrators to share their views and experience as well as the future and opportunities in the profession on that day. They were Professor Tseng Sun-man, Co-Programme Leader of EMA(AME), The Education University of Hong Kong; Ms Heidi Lee Oi Yee, Associate Dean, Cheung Kong School of Art & Design,Shantou University; Ms Orlean Lai, Independent Curator & Creative Producer; Ms Christy Lee Shuk Kwan, Programme Manager, Chung Ying Theatre Company (HK) Limited; Mr Dominique Chan, Head of Gallery & Exhibition, Asia Society Hong Kong; Ms Keri Towler, Senior Registrar, M Plus Museum Limited, Ms Karina Jagudina, Conservator, Painting, M Plus Museum Limited, Ms Jofan Huang, Conservator, Paper, M Plus Museum Limited.

 

In the morning, a public forum on cultural ecology was taken placed. New York, London, and Mainland cities had been used as example to examine how the cultural ecology of Hong Kong differs from those cities or countries. Ms Heidi Lee had shared her opinion on the difference in the mode of operation in art events between Hong Kong and China; Miss Orlean Lau and Ms Christy Lee had shared their experiences on Art promotion and management in Europe, in comparison to Hong Kong. The discussion had encouraged more critical review on Hong Kong cultural ecology, and also shed light on the career of an Art Administrators in both Hong Kong and other cities around the world.

 

In the afternoon, 2 sessions on curation and museum management were taken place. Mr Dominique Chan had shared his experience as a curator in Hong Kong, and Ms Keri Towler, Ms Karina Jagudina and Ms Jofan Huang had talked about the career as a conservator in museum. They revealed the career working in museums and exhibitions involves a wide variety of job duties that require the candidates to be passionate, and with strong knowledge background. They had also stressed the importance to be involved in an internship in order to be start your career in this industry.

 

Thank you for joining “Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association Career Day 2017”. On-location job application and interview will be provided in Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association Recruitment Day 2017, which will be held later this year. If you are looking for a new career in Art Administration, please stay tuned on the updates of HKAAA.  

20/02/2017

(For Chinese Version Only)
 
香港版畫工作室於2016至2017年期間以「紙」為年度主題,並將於2017年2月舉行年度壓軸項目「紙的傳奇」展覽。今時今日,不少人認為紙本藝術及紙上文化已走入死胡同,不久將會被多媒體淘汰,更可況是人手抄造的紙呢?有見及此,「紙的傳奇」在2017年之始邀請了三位紙本藝術家,以紙本的特質探索不同的創作主題,彰顯紙本藝術的生命和活力。我們將會參觀展覽欣賞三位紙本藝術家的作品,並參觀「開放工作室」,讓有會員/義工機會走進藝術家的創作空間。
 
關於香港藝術行政人員協會專屬導賞團
日期:2017年2月20日(星期一)
時間:下午6時至7時
集合時間和地點:5時45分   牛棚藝術村12號單位(香港九龍土瓜灣馬頭角道63號)
語言:粵語
名額:16名
費用:免費
截止報名日期: 2017年2月19日(星期日)
如欲報名,請將姓名、聯絡電話、電郵到 info@hkaaa.org.hk

名額有限,報名以先到先得方式處理。

 

香港版畫工作室為是之活動協辦團體

導賞團查詢:香港藝術行政人員協會
電話: (852) 2877 7268
 
「紙的傳奇」Facebook專頁:www.facebook.com/TheLegendaryPulp/。 

 

 

18/02/2017

(Chinese Version Only)

 

藝術有打動人心、改變世界的本事。有深厚的文化底蘊,才有生意盎然、活力充盈的社會。要實現你的願景,又有什麼竅門?

 

這項共12小時的藝術行政課程,以工作坊及小組討論形式,探討實踐方法和創意空間,以應對非牟利機構和藝術團體 / 工作者常遇到的挑戰,藉此開拓互相交流和支援的專業平台。

 

詳情︰

工作坊主持︰

徐詠璇教授,香港大學社會科學院名譽實務教授

 

嘉賓講者︰

王䓪鳴博士,香港青年協會總幹事

徐緣先生,壹傳媒首席營銷長

邱歡智女士,誇啦啦藝術集匯行政總裁

何宗慈女士,利希慎基金總裁

 

日期:2017年02月18日和2017年02月25日(星期六)

時間︰上午9時30分至下午5時30分(02月18日),上午9時30分至下午2時30分(02月25日)

地點︰香港大學百周年校園賽馬會教學樓11樓社會科學活動室

名額︰50人

費用︰$400會員、$450非會員 (原為$1800、75%費用已由捐助人贊助)

語言︰工作坊將以廣東話進行

 

詳情︰點擊這裡

立即登記︰點擊這裡

課程資料︰點擊這裡

 

*是次活動由香港藝術行政人員協會,香港大學社會科學學院及香港大學睿智計劃合辦。

*香港藝術行政人員協會由香港藝術發展局資助
 

"Arts Executive Workshop – Envisioning the Arts : Strategy and Capacity Building" was sucessfully concluded. HKAAA thanks for the support of presenter and guests.

 

 

 

Highlight Recap - Arts Executive Workshop – Envisioning the Arts : Strategy and Capacity Building

 

“Arts Executive Workshop – Envisioning the Arts: Strategy and Capacity Building” co-presented with Hong Kong University ExCEL3 project was successfully held on  18 and 25 February 2017.

To explore new perspective to build Art Capacity in Hong Kong, Five guest speakers from different professions in the society were invited to analysis the challenges that Art and non-government organizations are facing, and in the same time provide possible solutions to the problems.

The speakers were Professor Bernadette Tsui (Honorary Professor of Practice, Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong), Dr Rosanna Wong (Executive Director, The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups), Mr Vincent Tsui (Chief Marketing Officer, Next Digital), Ms Lynn Yau (Chief Executive Officer, The Fabulous Theatre Connection), and Ms Cecilia Ho (President, Lee Hysan Foundation). Professor Bernadette Tsui was also the moderator of the workshop.

Group discussions were also one of the focus of the course. It had created a platform for participants to interexchange opinion and formulate new ideas. 

19/01/2017

Let’s Arty Hour!


Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association (HKAAA) has invited Ms Laura Bennegadi, the Founder and CEO of the ArtBound Initiative (ABI), to talk about her experience as an arts administrator in New York City. Born and raised in Paris, Laura has extensive experience in theatre production, marketing and fundraising. After building a substantial network in performing and visual arts in USA and Europe, Laura launched ArtBound Initiative (ABI), an international internship program which provides access into the arts, an industry notoriously insular and difficult to penetrate. ABI connects students and recent graduates with artists and arts organizations in New York and Berlin.


During the Arty Hour, Laura will address the opportunities and strategies for students and young professionals to fast track their career in arts administration in USA and Europe.


‘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, students and anyone with an interest in arts & culture to join the gathering.

 

Details

Speaker: Ms Laura Bennegadi, the Founder and CEO of ArtBound Initiative

Date: 19 January 2017 (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: English (SI service will not be available)

 

Map

 

Free Event for the public!

*Please pay cash at the bar for your drinks.

 

 

 

“Arty Hour @ HKAAA – Starting a Career in Arts Administration in US and Europe” presented by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association and was successfully held on January 19 at Boom Café.

 

We were glad to invite the Founder and CEO of the ArtBound Initiative (ABI), Ms Laura Bennegadi to share her experience to work in New York and Berlin. She explained that working experience will be regarded as more important attribute in the United States comparing to the academic result in school; In Europe, work experience is equally important to outstanding graduation results. However, art administrators do need to learn the specific languages to able to work in European countries as English is not the common language.

 

Laura explained that ArtBound Initiative was introduced to help art administrators to start their career in Europe and United States.

 

All participants enjoyed the cocktails, discussion and spent a pleasant evening together.

 

Presentation Slide

 

 

Starting a Career in Arts Administration in US and Europe Part 1

 
 
Speaker: Ms Laura Bennegadi, the Founder and CEO of ArtBound Initiative
 
 

Arty Hour @ HKAAA (January 2017) –Starting a Career in Arts Administration in US and Europe was sucessfully concluded. HKAAA thanks for the support of the co-presenters and the guests.

 

17/01/2017

 

HSBC Archives contains some of the best business and arts collection in the world, including annual reports, minute books, accounting ledgers, correspondences, photographs, cartoons, films, advertisements, banknotes and oral history. These records do not only reflect the colourful history of HSBC, but also capture the social, economic and political developments of Hong Kong and the wider region.

 

The tour in the Archives Gallery and Repository tells the story of HSBC's rich and eventful heritage in the Asia-Pacific region through rare exhibits, virtual galleries and interactive displays. The tour provides visitors opportunities to explore the intertwined history of the bank and Hong Kong with cutting-edge technology. Visitors can also learn about the bank's invaluable contributions to Hong Kong and be connected to the people who influence HSBC's story.

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association (HKAAA) is honored to organise a guided tour at HSBC Archives and have invited representatives of HSBC to lead the archives tour. They will share their experience on curating and setting up the digital exhibition as well the behind-the-scenes about archives conservation.

 

Details

 

Speakers:
1) Ms Helen K Swinnerton, Senior Archives Manager, HSBC Archives ASP, Global Communications

 

2) Mr Thomas Warren, Manager, History & Art, HSBC Archives ASP, Global Communications

 

Date: 17 January, 2017 (Tuesday)
Time: 5pm to 7pm
Venue: HSBC Hong Kong Archives Centre,1/F Tower 3, HSBC Centre, 1 Sham Mong Road, Kowloon (7-minute walk from Exit B of Olympic MTR station)

No. of participants: 20
Medium of Instruction: English (SI service will not be available)

 

*Free of charge and light refreshment will be provided. Seats are limited and HKAAA members will be served first. Successful registrants will receive confirmation email.

 

Please click HERE for registration on or before 10 January, 2017.

 

Map (Please click here to enlarge)

 

 

Transportation
Exit B, Olympic MTR Station

 

 

 

Guided tour of HSBC Archives – Hong Kong Stories organized by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association was successfully held on January 17 at HSBC Archive Centre.
 
Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association was honoured to invite Mr Thomas Warren, Manager, History & Art, HSBC Archives ASP, and his colleagues Mr Garfield Lam, Corporate Archivist to introduce the HSBC Archives’ Gallery and Repository to participants. With some of the best collection in the world, HSBC Archives provided participants the opportunity to understand the history of HSBC, and the bank's invaluable contributions on the social, economic and political development of Hong Kong. All participants had an excellent experience, and we hope the tour could help the participants to find out more about archives conservation. 

14/01/2017

(Chinese Version Only)

 

在科技發展日益成熟的時代,多媒體(Multimedia)似乎以變成劇場製作的一種全新方向。的確,多媒體的應用有助劇場開放更多的創作可能,為表演者與觀眾創造全新的交流方式,擴闊觀眾的藝術視野。可是,很多人卻不太了解多媒體與劇場之間的關係。

 

有見及此,香港藝術行政人員協會特意邀請光效研究室的創辦人孔慶偉先生,向大家分享和探討多媒體與劇場製作之間的相互連繫,以實例向大家分享劇場多媒體運用的過程與製作困難。

 

同時,一年一度的火炭藝術工作室開放日將會於2017年1月14、15、21及22日,一連兩星期的六及日下午2時至7時舉行。是次活動參加者可於活動當日(1月14日)下午2時至3時30分參觀阿水(H2o)位於火炭的工作室(豐盛工業中心 B座16樓8室LfxLab 光效研究室),了解有關多媒體創作實際運用例子。


詳情

講者: 

孔慶偉(阿水 H2o)﹐光效研究室創辦人

日期:2017年1月14日(星期六)
時間:下午4時至下午6時
地點:賽馬會體藝中學演講廳(沙田火炭樂景街五至七號;港鐵火炭站 A、B 出口,步行約5分鐘)
語言:廣東話(不設即時傳譯)

 

*是次活動費用全免,名額有限,報名以先到先得方式處理。

場地伙伴:賽馬會體藝中學

 

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請即報名!

 

 

賽馬會體藝中學位於沙田火炭樂景街五至七號,從港鐵火炭站 A、B 出口步行約5分鐘。
 
以下為如何由火炭站B出口到賽馬會體藝中學
 
到火車站後請到B出口
 
出了B出口後請轉左
 
直走後可以看到一條天橋
 
天橋上可以見到體藝中學指示牌
 
直走
 
然後向轉左,走過圖中隧道
 
就可以見到體藝中學
 
 
 

由香港藝術行政人員協會所舉辦的《劇場創作講座︰多媒體是什麼?》已於2017年1月14日於賽馬會體藝中學圓滿舉行。是次講座由光效研究室LfxLab創辦人孔慶偉(阿水,H2o)為大家講解如何運用多媒體進行創作。阿水先以不同例子向大家介紹多媒體對創作過程所帶來的影響,然後再以劇場製作為例子詳細說明多媒體運用對藝術創作所帶來的好處和困難。

此外,活動當天為火炭藝術工作坊的開放日,參加者更藉此機會到阿水位於火炭的工作庢,觀看不同的多媒體創作,豐富參加者對多媒體藝術的認識。
 

特別鳴謝賽馬會體藝中學的支持與協助,令是次活動得以順利舉行。