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2019

21/09/2019

In recent years, numerous multipurpose cultural venues have emerged. Some hotels in Hong Kong have also looked at their positioning from an artistic and cultural point of view. Tung Nam Lou, a former seafood restaurant, is one of them.

 

We are excited to invite Ms Cathy Tsang, the Art Curator of Tung Nam Lou, to give us a tour around the hotel, as well as to share how they link the Arts with commercial development.

 

Tung Nam Lou Art Hotel|Brings together a hotel, co-working space, and art space

 

About 'Tung Nam Lou Art Hotel'

Mr. Lo Chi Ching, founder of Tung Nam Lou, believes art is a part of our life that everyone should be able to appreciate, to create and to enjoy. Being the major element of the hotel project, art can be found everywhere inside the building. Mr. Lo opened Seafood Restaurant in Yau Ma Tei in 1950; and later on, he built the 'Puning Culture and Art Museum' in his hometown. The Lo's family passes on his spirit by infusing art into the hotel, and into our daily lives. 

  
Tung Nam Lou Art Hotel is a complex space that brings together a hotel, co-working space - 'Heritage Cowork', Art Pub 'room68' and 'TUNG NAM HERITAGE' Art Shop, where both locals and travellers from all walks of life meet and explore as in a melting pot.

 

Learn more about Tung Nam Lou: https://tungnamlou.com/zh-hant/

 

Details

Date: 21 September 2019 (Sat)
Time: 15:00 – 16:30 (The event takes approx. 90 minutes)
Venue: Tung Nam Lou Art Hotel (68 Portland Street, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong)
Meeting Time and point: 14:45  | 23rd Floor, Tung Nam Lou

 

Speaker

Ms Cathy Tsang , Art Curator of Tung Nam Lou

 

Language: Cantonese (No SI Service)

Quota: 20

Fee: Free of charge

 

 

Remarks

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

 

Transportation ( CLICK HERE to enlarge the map)

 

 

 

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

17/08/2019

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association Recruitment Day 2019 

【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: 11:00 – 17:00 Career Talks and On-site Interviews

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

 

Rundown

11:00 – 17:00 / Career Fair and On-site Interview

11:00 – 12:00 / Human Library (Session 1)

12:00 – 13:00 / Human Library (Session 2)

15:00 – 16:00 / (Career Talk 1) Topic: Life in Auction House | Guest Speaker: Ms Julie Huang, Senior Human Resources Director, Asia for Phillips Auctioneers

16:00 – 17:00 (Career Talk 2)

Part 1: Sharing on Technical and Productions Team  of  Performing Arts Division in West Kowloon Cultural District Authority | Guest Speaker: Ms. Gillian YIP, Manager, Technical and Productions (Performing Arts), West Kowloon Cultural District Authority 

Part 2: How to create World Class Museum in Hong Kong M+, sharing on M+ Museum Operations Department | Guest Speaker: Ms. Karman Wong, Head, Visitor Services, West Kowloon Cultural District Authority 

 

*Medium: Cantonese (No SI service)

 

“The Academy’s Revitalisation Tours” will be provided by Jao Tsung-I Academy on that day. No registration is required for public guided tours. Interested parties please gather at the Assembly Point at the main entrance of Lower Zone. All the arrangement of guided tour is determined by Jao Tsung-I Academy.

Learn more about Guided Tour and timetable: https://www.jtia.hk/en/site-visit/cultural-guided-tours/

 

 

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.
  • 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 participating timeslot. Job seekers can only register for maximum 3 timeslots. Registered job seekers who arrive at their selected timeslot will have priority to arrange interviews. Please bring along the confirmation e-mail for validation.
  • Limited entry passes for walk-in are available. First come-first served.
  • HKAAA will provide at most 3 application forms on-site. Please note that some participating organizations may require job seekers to fill in particular forms for recruitment.

     *HKAAA suggests that job seekers should fill up the application form before arriving the event.*

  • Please note that we will not gurantee your place to be interviewed even if you have registered.
  • Crowd control will be applied if needed. Your understanding and patience will be appreciated.
  • Personal Information Collection Statement

    Please refer to our Chinese version for the statement details.

  • HKAAA may occasionally use cameras during event for promotional propose. It may use in promotional publications and on our website.

 

Should you have any enquiries, please contact


We look forward to your support and participation!

 

Map for recruitment day

 

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 Lilian Chan, Senior Manager, K11 Art Foundation
  2. Ms Vennie Chiu, Arts Administrative Manager, Hong Kong Generation Next Arts
  3. Mr Frankie HoBrand and Retail Manager, TASCHEN
  4. Ms Louise Law, Director, Spicy Fish Cultural Production Ltd.
  5. 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. Ms Zeit Fong, Director, Chor Studio
  4. Mr Ho Yin-heiProgramme Manager, Zuni Icosahedron 
  5. Ms Cindy Wong, Company Manager, Yat Po Singers

 

 

 

Career Fair provides an interactive platform for job seekers and representatives from various arts groups. 8 participating arts organizations will set up booths to provide participants with the latest job vacancies and upcoming programme information. Job seekers can submit resumes and consult about job application etc. This is a great platform for those who are interested to step in the arts administration industry, particularly fresh graduates and junior arts administrators, allowing them to have a fresh eye about different management office hierarchy, while also attracting young talent for participating arts organizations.

 

*Listed in alphabetical order

  1. 1a space
  2. Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra
  3. Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
  4. Premiere Performances of Hong Kong
  5. THE VALUE
  6. Tung Nam Lou Art Hotel
  7. West Kowloon Cultural District Authority
  8. Youth Square

 

 

 

*Listed in alphabetical order

 

 

   

 

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

 

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. [FULL] 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. [FULL] 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. No refund is allowed after the application is received. If there are any loss or damage due to misuse of facilities, the participating organization is responsible for the repair or replacement cost.

 

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 5 July 2019 (Fri) for further arrangement.

 

Should you have any enquiries, please contact

 

 

Map (Click Here to enlarge)

 

  • CLICK HERE to read the transportation guideline.
 

           

 

Photo captions: (from the left to the right and the top to the bottom)

1. Signage of Human Library / Career Talk

2. Readers read Human Books
3-5. Career Fair: The participating arts organizations interacted with interested participants

6. Interested participants asked for the staff

7. Signage of On-site Interview Job Vacancies
8. Interested participants viewed the on-site job vacancies
9. Career Talk 1: Ms Julie Huang (Senior Human Resources Director, Asia for Phillips Auctioneers) shared her experience
10. Career Talk 2: Ms. Gillian Yip, (Manager, Technical and Productions (Performing Arts), West Kowloon Cultural District Authority) shared her experience
11. Career Talk 2: Ms. Karman Wong (Head, Visitor Services, West Kowloon Cultural District Authority) shared her experience
12. Group photo of HKAAA staff and volunteers

03/08/2019

 

Presented by: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association

Acknowledgement: Hong Kong Ballet

 

About SEE Series
Balancing the elements of a project – time, money, scope and people – is one of the biggest challenges faced by arts administrators. It is difficult to standardise each project into a formula. SEE stands for Share, Explore and Experience. To put things in perspective, different art groups will be invited to share their difficulties encountered and the solutions to tackle the issues with participants. At the same time, participants can also share their thoughts and opinions towards the performance or exhibition. The two-way communication allows participants to further explore and experience the performance/ artwork through the activity, with a final goal to enhance audience appreciation.

 

This time, we are pleased to invite Hong Kong Ballet to share with us their new Wardrobe Department in San Po Kong. Joanne will show us around and share with us the recent work – Peter Pan! If you would like to learn more about the work of Wardrobe Department, you shouldn't miss out this tour!

 

About Peter Pan (Asian Premiere)

 

 

"All children, except one, grow up"


Take a high-flying adventure to Neverland with the Asian premiere of Septime Webre’s Peter Pan! Bursting with irresistible freshness and fizz, this new take on J.M. Barrie's classic tale transports you to an island of cheeky pirates, Indian princesses and naughty boys who don't want to grow up. Meet Tinkerbell with her magical pixie dust and Captain Hook pursued by the hungry Crocodile!


Peter Pan features extravagant new costumes by Liz Vandal, whose ALICE (in wonderland) designs wowed Hong Kong audiences last season and won 'Outstanding Costume Design' at the 21st Hong Kong Dance Awards, as well as spectacular new sets by Holly Highfill that bring Neverland to life. With vibrant choreography that combines classical ballet, clever slapstick and a touch of hip hop set to an original sweeping score by Carmon DeLeon and performed live by Hong Kong Sinfonietta, this breath-taking production follows the adventurous Peter Pan through various hijinks with humour and heart. Perfect for the whole family!

 

Event Details
Date: 3 August 2019 (Sat)
Time: 14:00 – 15:30 (The event takes 90 minutes)
Venue: Wardrobe Department, Hong Kong Ballet(Room B1, 7F, Lead On Industrial Building, 18 Ng Fong Street, San Po Kong)

Meeting time and point: 13:45 | McDonald's, Maxgrand Plaza, Ng Fong Street
Language: Cantonese (No SI Service)
Guest Speaker: Ms Joanne Chong, Director of Wardrobe, Hong Kong Ballet
Quota: 20
Fee: Free of charge

Rundown
14:00 – 15:00 A walk in Wardrobe Department
15:00 – 15:30 Dialogue with Ms Joanne Chong

Remarks
• Participants must be current members/ volunteers of HKAAA. Each participant is welcome to bring along a guest.
• Please fill in the name and email address of your guest on the registration form.
• Only limited quota available. Registration will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis.
• Hong Kong Ballet is the co-organizer of the event.

Transportation( CLICK HERE to enlarge the map)

 

 

Enquiry: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
Tel: (852) 2877 7268|Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk

04/07/2019

 

From festival to exhibition, ticketing management is an indispensable part of organizing successful arts and cultural activities. In order to get the public’s attention and create a unique experience to audiences, different online event platforms start to improve their services by providing more diversified functions. An excellent event management platform can save time and increase revenue for arts groups, as well as simplify the admission process, so as to enhance the smooth operation of event.

 

We are honoured to invite three experts to share about how the online ticketing platform be managed. They will explain the professional ticketing management concepts, such as the design and arrangement of various ticketing systems. With the invaluable tips shared, arts administrators can better meet the market needs in handling ticketing issues in the future.

 

Details
Date: 4 July 2019 (Thu)
Time: 19:30 – 21:30
Venue: The Good Lab (L1, The Sparkle, 500 Tung Chau Street, Cheung Sha Wan, West Kowloon)

Fee: HKAAA Member $70 | Non-member $100

 

Guest Speaker (*Alphabetized by last name in English)

Ms Jennifer Chiu, Marketing & Branding Manager, PUTYOURSELF.in

Mr Wilson Tang, Director, PUTYOURSELF.in

Mr Sum Wong, Co-Founder, EventXtra

 

Please click here to know more about EventXtra and PUTYOURSELF.IN


Language: Cantonese (No SI Service)
REGISTER NOW

 

Transportation (CLICK HERE to enlarge the map)

 

 

  • Approximately 7 minutes from Lai Chi Kok MTR Station (Exit D4) via Tung Chau Street.
  • Approximately 9 minutes from Nam Cheong MTR Station (Exit A) via Tonkin Street West and Tung Chau Street.
  • Approximately 10 minutes from Cheung Sha Wan MTR Station (Exit B) via Fat Tseung Street.

 

Enquiry: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
Tel: (852) 2877 7268|Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk

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

 

 

 

The guided tour was successfully held on 29 June 2019 (Sat). The University of Chicago Hong Kong Campus has been remarked as one of the heritage revitalization projects in recent years. Throughout the tour, docent showed us the architectural design, in balancing between nature conservation and historical site. We have gained a valuable experience to learn more about the Mount Davis Site, in particular about the historical value.

Once again, the Association would like to thank our co-presented partner – The University of Chicago Hong Kong Campus for their kind assistance and all our members/ volunteers’ participation. We look forward to seeing everyone again in the near future.

 

 

 

 

Photo Captions: (from the upper left to the right and the bottom left to the right)
1. The University of Chicago, after the revitalization
2. The docent explained about the conservation design of the main building
3. The docent talked about the information of Detention Cells
4. Participants visited the No.2 Gun Emplacement

Photo source: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association

 

15/05/2019

 

About War Horse

Based on the beloved novel by Michael Morpurgo, the National Theatre of Great Britain’s Tony Award-winning production of War Horse is coming to Hong Kong for the first time ever. Hailed by Time Magazine as ‘a landmark theatre event,’ this powerfully moving and imaginative drama, filled with stirring music and songs, is a show of phenomenal inventiveness. At its heart are astonishing life-sized puppets created by South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company, who bring breathing, galloping, charging horses to thrilling life on stage. An unforgettable theatre experience, ‘not to be missed’ (Chicago Tribune).

At the outbreak of World War One, Joey, Young Albert’s beloved horse, is sold to the calvary and shipped from England to France. He is soon caught up in enemy fire, and fate takes him on an extraordinary journey, serving on both sides before finding himself alone in no man’s land. But Albert cannot forget Joey and, still not old enough to enlist, he embarks on a treacherous mission to find him and bring him home.

Programme Details
From 10 May to 2 June 2019
Lyric Theatre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Purchase tickets at hkticketing.com


Event Details: In Conversation with the Team of War Horse
Date: 15 May 2019 (Wed)
Time: 17:45 – 18:15 (The event takes 30 minutes)
Venue: Studio, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (1 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong)
Meeting Time and point: 17:30  | Foyer of the Lyric Theatre, HKAPA

*Please prepare your questions beforehand so that you can make most of the conversation*


Language: English (No SI Service)
Quota: 30
Fee: Free of charge
REGISTER NOW

Remarks

  • Participants must be current members/ volunteers of HKAAA. Each participant is welcome to bring along a guest
  • Please fill in the name and email address of your guest on the registration form
  • Only limited quota available. Registration will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis
  • Lunchbox Theatrical Productions Limited is the co-organizer of the event

 

Transportation (CLICK HERE to enlarge the map)

 

 

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

04/05/2019

 

Haw Par Mansion is well-known for its east-meets-west architectural style, with nearly 80 years of history. It has been revitalized recently as Haw Par Music. The project aims to provide local communities with a cultural environment to learn Chinese and Western music, enhancing audiences' personal sentiments.

 

The guided tour allows participants to explore the historical building, including the private garden, painted glass windows from Italy and gold-gilded murals inside the Mansion. In addition, HKAAA is honored to invite Ms Sheryl Lee and Mr Roger Wu to share the natural landscape and architectural features of the Mansion. They will also introduce the upcoming music and community projects of Haw Par Music.

Details
Date: 4 May 2019 (Sat)
Time: 15:30 – 16:30 (The event takes 60 minutes)
Venue: Haw Par Mansion (No.15A Tai Hang Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong)
Meeting Time and point: 15:15  | Haw Par Music Entrance

CLICK HERE to read the transportation guideline

Speakers 
Ms Sheryl LeeExecutive Director – Programming, Haw Par Music 
Mr Roger WuExecutive Director – Project Development, Haw Par Music

Language: Cantonese
Quota: 30
Fee: Free of charge
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Remarks

  • Participants must be current members/ volunteers of HKAAA. Each participant is welcome to bring along a guest
  • Please fill in the name and email address of your guest on the registration form
  • Only limited quota available. Registration will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis
  • Haw Par Music is the co-organizer of the event

 

Transportation (CLICK HERE to enlarge the map)

 

 

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

02/05/2019

From festivals to exhibition, various scale of outdoor events are incredibly popular nowadays. It is a great way for arts groups to get the public’s attention and create a unique experience to audiences. However, it can be a challenging proposition at the same time. In such, a comprehensive planning is important, so as to ensure the event succeeds in satisfying participants.

 

What are the key issues to be considered when planning and organizing outdoor events? With the invaluable tips shared, we are pleased to invite two experts to talk about how they managed and tackled the challenges when presenting the outdoor events.

 

Details
Date: 2 May 2019 (Thu)
Time: 19:45 – 22:00

Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre AC1 (Level 4, Administration Building, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon)

Fee: HKAAA Member $70 | Non-member $100

 

Speakers

Ms Kattie Fan, ifva Festival Director

Ms Michelle Rocha, Producer, Performing Arts (Music and Outdoor), West Kowloon Cultural District Authority

 

Language: Cantonese (No SI Service)

☞ REGISTER NOW

 

 

Enquiry:Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
Tel: (852) 2877 7268|Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk

27/04/2019

 

Due to the overwhelming response last time, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association (HKAAA) is honoured to rerun the Xiqu Centre Guided Tour with West Kowloon Cultural District Authority!

 

Xiqu Centre Guided Tour
Did you know that Cantonese opera performers always greet each other with “Good morning” no matter what time of day they meet? Or that in traditional tea houses balcony seats cost more than those closer to the stage? To find out why, join our Xiqu Centre Guided Tour and learn about our new venue and the rich history of the art of xiqu. The 60-minute tour, conducted in Cantonese, help you explore the Xiqu Centre facilities, learn about the architectural and design features, and discover fascinating facts about the culture and stories behind the art of xiqu. Tours are supplemented with multimedia elements and are perfect for newcomers to the art of xiqu. (Please note, as the backstage area is an active working zone it is not part of the guided tour.)

 

The dialogue session will be a sharing of WKCDA Technical and Production team’s work, especially on the technical aspect consideration in project building of the few significant West Kowloon theatres, such as Xiqu Centre, Freespace and other future venues. Mr Rae Wu will also share the overseas research and fieldtrips involved in the past, plus how they took the feedbacks from the industry to the design and building of theatres.

 

Details
Date: 27 April 2019 (Sat)
Time: 12:45 – 14:30
Meeting time and point: 12:30 | Xiqu Centre information desk (88 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon)
Language: Cantonese (No SI Service)
Guest Speaker: Mr Rae Wu – Senior Manager, Technical and Productions (Performing Arts), West Kowloon Cultural District Authority
Quota: 40
Fee: Free of charge

REGISTER NOW

 

Rundown

The event takes 1 hour 45 minutes.

12:45 – 14:00:Xiqu Centre Guided Tour

14:00 – 14:30:Dialogue with Mr Rae Wu

 

Remarks

  • The event is exclusive for HKAAA members ONLY. If you have not registered yet, please click here to join our membership.
  • Registration is on a first come, first served basis.
  • West Kowloon Cultural District Authority is the co-organizer of the event.

 

Transportation

 

  • Approximately 5 minutes from Austin MTR Station (Exit F) via pedestrian underpass.
  • Approximately 15 minutes from Jordan MTR Station (Exit C2).
  • Approximately 2 minutes from Express Rail Link Hong Kong West Kowloon Station (Exit G).

 

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

 

Following an overwhelming public response, the “Arts Administrator 101” Series – Xiqu Centre Guided Tour & Dialogue with Mr Rae Wu was successfully held on 27 April 2019 (Sat). Supplemented with innovative multimedia elements, the approximately 1-hour guided tour helped participants to discover the fascinating facts about the culture and stories behind the art of xiqu. Also, by visiting the main facilities of Xiqu Centre, including the Atrium, Tea House Theatre and Grand Theatre, participants might know more about the architectural features and design concepts behind the world-class arts venue – Xiqu Centre.


It was a great honor for the Association to invite Mr Rae Wu, Senior Manager, Technical and Productions (Performing Arts), West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, as our guest speaker. The conversation was very meaningful and inspiring. Mr Wu first intorduced the future development plans of Xiqu Centre and other venues in West Kowloon Cultural District. He also shared his invaluable experience of overseas research and fieldtrips involved. Through the cultural exchange with different architects and designers, with many times of professional field testing, Mr Wu and his team have devoted a lot of efforts to ensure that all venues in WKCDA could provide high-quality of audio-visual enjoyment, so as to foster more local and overseas audiences to appreciate the art of xiqu. Afterwards, in the Dialogue Session, Mr Wu had an interactive discussion with the participants. Both sides gave a wonderful speech and the content was very fruitful, which really benefited our participants.


HKAAA would like to thanks the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority once again, especially to those who work so tirelessly to ensure that the event runs smoothly, allowing all participants to have a nice day to remember!
 

 

Mr Rae Wu, Senior Manager, Technical and Productions (Performing Arts), West Kowloon Cultural District Authority shared his invaluable experience in venue production

The docent talked about the culture and histories behind the art of xiqu (1)

Participants enjoyed the dialogue session with Mr Rae Wu

The docent explained why Cantonese opera performers always greet each other with “Good morning” no matter what time of day they meet

Participants visited the Grand Theatre

Participants enjoyed watching the multimedia elements about xiqu

Xiqu Centre Atrium with free traditional Chinese music performances

The docent talked about the culture and histories behind the art of xiqu (2)
 

13/04/2019

 

This tour covers both docent selected highlights of the current exhibitions – Welcome to the Spinning Factory! and Unfolding: Fabric of Our Life and other public art installations at CHAT.


Details
Date: 13 April 2019 (Sat)
Time: 13:30 – 14:00 (The event takes 30 minutes)

Venue: CHAT, The Mills, 45 Pak Tin Par Street Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong

Meeting time and point: 13:15 | The Mills, G/F The Hall (CLICK HERE to view the photo of exact meeting point)

Language: Cantonese (No SI Service)
Quota: 20
Fee: Free of charge

REGISTER NOW

 

Remarks

  • Participants must be current members/ volunteers of HKAAA. Each participant is welcome to bring along a guest
  • Please fill in the name and email address of your guest on the registration form
  • Only limited quota available. Registration will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis
  • Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile (CHAT) is the co-organizer of the event

 

Transportation (CLICK HERE to enlarge the map)

 

 

  • MTR Tsuen Wan Station Exit A3 (15 min. walking distance)
  • MTR Tsuen Wan West Station Exit A2 (15 min. walking distance)

 

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

 

CHAT has come to a grand opening in Spring of 2019. The guided tour highlighted the major art projects of the current exhibitions – “Welcome to the Spinning Factory” and “Unfolding: Fabric of Our Life”. The docent not only explained how textile industry affected the economy and society, but also shared the direction of its future development. Through appreciating various sophisticated artworks, participants could understand more about the stories of Hong Kong’s textile industrial history and beyond, buidling their personal connection. Besides, the guided tour provided us a great opportunity to discuss the relations between art and industry, as well as to consider the possibility and functionality of different fabrics. HKAAA sincerely hope all the participants have gained some new insights through the one-hour guided tour.
 

HKAAA would like to thanks CHAT for its support and all the participants.
 

 

Participants read the children's fabric books.


Docent talked about the major art project in “Unfolding: Fabric of Our Life”.
 

Participants enjoyed the masterpieces.


CHAT's indoor view.


Docent explained the characteristics of CHAT.


Participants enjoyed the masterpieces.


Docent talked about the historical development of Hong Kong textile industry in “Welcome to the Spinning Factory”.


Photo source: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association

28/03/2019

About SEE Series

Balancing the elements of a project – time, money, scope and people – is one of the biggest challenges faced by arts administrators. It is difficult to standardise each project into a formula. SEE stands for Share, Explore and Experience. To put things in perspective, different art groups will be invited to share their difficulties encountered and the solutions to tackle the issues with participants. At the same time, participants can also share their thoughts and opinions towards the performance or exhibition. The two-way communication allows participants to further explore and experience the performance/ artwork through the activity, with a final goal to enhance audience appreciation.

 

About ART CENTRAL 2019

Art Central will return to Hong Kong's Central Harbourfront for its highly anticipated fifth edition.

 

The 2018 edition of Art Central had its highest ever attendance, welcoming 39,041 international collectors, curators and art enthusiasts. With over 100 leading international galleries, 75% of which hailed from the Asia Pacific, the Fair’s extensive gallery line-up included 30 new galleries making their Art Central debuts and showcased striking works from across the globe alongside a critically acclaimed programme, featuring performance, talks, large scale installations and new media.

 

LEARN MORE: http://artcentralhongkong.com

 

Event Details
Date: 28 March 2019 (Thu)
Time: 12:15 – 12:45
Meeting time and point: 12:00 | Central Harbourfront Event Space (9 Lung Wo Road Central) 
Language: Cantonese (No SI Service)
Guest Speaker: Ms Katy Li, Fair Coordinator, Art Central
Quota: 20 
Fee: Free of charge

REGISTER NOW

 

Rundown

The event takes 30 minutes.

 

Remarks

  • Participants must be current members/ volunteers of HKAAA.
  • Registration is on a first come, first served basis.
  • Art Central is the supporting partner of the event.
  • Participants will go on a selective guided tour of particular sites.

 

Transportation (CLICK HERE to enlarge the map)

 

 

  • 5 minute walk from Star Ferry Pier
  • 10 minute walk from Admiralty MTR Station
  • 10 minute walk from the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) where Art Basel takes place.

 

Acknowledgement

Art Central

 

Enquiry:Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
Tel: (852) 2877 7268|Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk
 

 

SEE Series – ART CENTRAL 2019 was successfully held on 28 March 2019 (Thu). As being the first event of the SEE Series, it was a great honor for HKAAA to invite Miss Katy Li, the Fair Coordinator of Art Central as our guest speaker. This year, the exhibition brought over hundreds of masterpieces together. Miss Li showed us some of the highlighted artworks, such as Ko Siu Lan's “New Territories Old Territories” and Cheuk Wing Nam’s “ak7 shou3”. By appreciating a variety of sophisticated designs and experiencing different interactive elements, it inspired audiences’ reflection on themselves and the community. 
 

Besides, Miss Li also shared the process of preparing the exhibition and the challenges she faced, including how to bring new artistic ideas to Hong Kong in response to the market and audience reactions; as well as how to adapt to the worldwide working culture, so as to communicate with various artists and to enhance the collaboration. Through the dialogue session with Miss Li, participants could learn more about the ideas behind Art Central and its diverse cooperating process, which might allow us to understand how art and creation could be integrated into our life. 
 

Once again, HKAAA would like to thanks Art Central for its support and the participation of members and volunteers.
 

 

Participants experienced Ko Siu Lan's “New Territories Old Territories”.


Miss Li talked about Cheuk Wing Nam’s “ak7 shou3”.


Artist introduced the Gallery to participants.


Participants enjoyed the dialogue with Miss Katy Li.


Indonesian artist Heri Dono's “Smiling Angels from the Sky

Photo source: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association

20/03/2019

 

 

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association launched “Meet the Arts Leaders” Series since 2017, inviting outstanding arts leaders from different arts forms to share their precious experience from career and their philosophy.


The coming guest speaker of “Meet the Arts Leaders” Series would be Mr Michael MacLeod, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. After 45 years in classical music business, Mr MacLeod will be retiring at the end of March 2019. This would be an informal gathering which Mr MacLeod would talk about his journey as a music professional, observation on changes of classical music and the art world.

 

Details
Date: 20 March 2019 (Wednesday)
Time: 18:00 – 20:00
Venue: TASCHEN Store Hong Kong (Shop 01-G02, Tai Kwun, Central)

18:00-18:30      Reception open and Networking Drinks
18:30-19:40      Sharing
19:40-20:00      Networking Drinks


Speaker: Mr Michael MacLeod, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

 

Moderator: 

Mrs Vennie Ho, Honorary Secretary, HKAAA / Senior Director of Administration & Finance, The Hong Kong Philharmonic Society Ltd.

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 space and HKAAA members will be served first. This would be an informal gathering which most participants would be standing. Successful registrants will receive confirmation email.

 

Please click HERE for registration.

Map (CLICK HERE to enlarge)

 

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association was very honoured to invite the Chief Executive of Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HK Phil), Mr Michael MacLeod, as the guest speaker for the “Meet the Arts Leaders” Series. The event was successfully held on 20 March 2019 (Wed). Thank you for the support of our speakers, moderators and helpers, allowing all participants to have a nice day to remember!
 

Mr Michael MacLeod talked about his valuable experience and challenges encountered as being the Chief Executive in HK Phil, one of the largest performing arts organizations in Hong Kong. He also shared several interesting anecdotes during his tenure and his future plans towards retirement.

HKAAA would like to thank Mr MacLeod again, and wishes him a fun and fruitful retirement!
 

 

Participant engaged in the Q&A session

Mr Michael MacLeod, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra shared his unique experience in classical music business

Mrs Vennie Ho, Honorary Secretary, HKAAA / Senior Director of Administration & Finance, The Hong Kong Philharmonic Society Ltd. led the panel discussion and Q&A session with Mr Michael MacLeod

Mr Peter Leong, General Manager, TASCHEN Asia gave an welcome speech

Participants enjoyed the event

Mr Paul Tam, Chairman, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association / Executive Director, Hong Kong Ballet made an introduction of the event

Photo source: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
Venue Partner: TASCHEN | Caterer: Wine Luxe | Wine Sponsor: Ca' Del Grevino

23/02/2019

Xiqu Centre Guided Tour
Did you know that Cantonese opera performers always greet each other with “Good morning” no matter what time of day they meet? Or that in traditional tea houses balcony seats cost more than those closer to the stage? To find out why, join our Xiqu Centre Guided Tour and learn about our new venue and the rich history of the art of xiqu. The 60-minute tour, conducted in Cantonese, help you explore the Xiqu Centre facilities, learn about the architectural and design features, and discover fascinating facts about the culture and stories behind the art of xiqu. Tour is supplemented with multimedia elements and are perfect for art enthusiasts of all backgrounds.

 

Details
Date: 23 February 2019 (Sat)
Time: 10:00 – 11:30
Meeting time and point: 09:45 | Xiqu Centre information desk (88 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon)
Language: Cantonese (No SI Service)
Guest Speaker: Ms. Lisa Tsang –  Head, Venue Operations (Performing Arts), West Kowloon Cultural District Authority
Quota: 40 (Tour are suitable for ages 6 and above)
Fee: Free of charge

REGISTER NOW

 

Rundown

The event takes 90 minutes.

10:00 – 11:00:Xiqu Centre Guided Tour

11:00 – 11:30:Dialogue with Ms Lisa Tsang

 

Remarks

  • Registration is on a first come, first served basis.
  • West Kowloon Cultural District Authority is the co-organizer of the event.

 

Transportation

  • Approximately 5 minutes from Austin MTR Station (Exit F) via pedestrian underpass.
  • Approximately 15 minutes from Jordan MTR Station (Exit C2).
  • Approximately 2 minutes from Express Rail Link Hong Kong West Kowloon Station (Exit G).

 

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

 

Following an overwhelming public response, the “Arts Administrator 101” Series – Xiqu Centre Guided Tour & Dialogue with Ms Lisa Tsang was successfully held on 23 Feb 2019 (Sat). Supplemented with innovative multimedia elements, the approximately 1-hour guided tour helped participants to discover the fascinating facts about the culture and stories behind the art of xiqu. Also, by visiting the main facilities of Xiqu Centre, including the Atrium, Tea House Theatre and Grand Theatre, participants might know more about the architectural features and design concepts behind the world-class arts venue – Xiqu Centre.
 
It was a great honor for the Association to invite Ms Lisa Tsang, Head, Venue Operations (Performing Arts), West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, as our guest speaker. The conversation was very meaningful and inspiring. Ms Tsang shared the development policy of Xiqu Centre, explaining how the space design, venue-hiring, ticket pricing mechanism and customer service could meet the developmental needs of the art of xiqu, with an aim to promote cultural appreciation and to build more local and overseas audiences.
 
HKAAA would like to thank the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, especially to those who work so tirelessly to ensure that the event runs smoothly, allowing all participants to have a nice day to remember!
 

 

Ms. Lisa Tsang – Head, Venue Operations (Performing Arts), West Kowloon Cultural District Authority shared her invaluable experience in venue facilities management.

Group photo of participants when visiting the Tea House Theatre.

Participants enjoyed watching the multimedia elements about xiqu.

The docent introduced the architectural features of the Atrium.

The docent talked about the culture and histories behind the art of xiqu.

Participants enjoyed the dialogue with Ms Lisa Tsang.

Photo source: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association

23/02/2019 - 13/03/2019

 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association (HKAAA)'s “Essential Guide to Smart Touring”, will be held from February to March. “Essential Guide to Smart Touring” is designed to be a three-week programme, made up of 4 specially curated classes and interactive workshops. Participants will learn from a roster of seasoned arts professional on touring management. The course will provide all-rounded training on how to organize and manage a tour in practical and engaging approach, as well as to build network.

 

The four classes of “Essential Guide to Smart Touring” are as below:

 

Class 1: Tour Planning and Budgeting

Class 2: Practical Tools of Touring (1)

Class 3: Practical Tools of Touring (2)

Class 4: Promotion and Brand Building through Tours

 

Curator

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

 

Speakers *Alphabetized by last name in English

Ms Stephanie ChangFounder and CEO of Impulse Art Media International (Beijing), Ltd 

Mr Kenny Chen, Director of Orchestral Operations, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

Ms Carrol Ho, Independent Producer, KALOS Productions (HK)

Mr Marble LeungExecutive Director, Hong Kong Repertory Theatre

Mr Roy LeungSenior Manager, Technical and Productions (Performing Arts), West Kowloon Cultural District Authority

Ms Sun Li-chuan, Patricia, Head of Programme, Education & Touring, Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra

Ms Sheri Sze, Experienced Travel Management Specialist

Dr David Tsui, Executive Director,  Hong Kong Dance Company

Mr Tony Tsui, Operation Manager, Evertrans Shipping Ltd.

Ms Margaret Yang, Chief Executive Officer, Hong Kong Sinfonietta

Mr Daniel Yeung, Independent Curator, Choreographer, Teacher & Arts Critic

 

 

REGISTER NOW


Welcome all arts administrators, artists and cultural entrepreneurs to join our course!

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Due to the overwhelming response of the course, all tickets are sold out.
Thank you for your enthusiastic support!
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Enquiries | Tel: 2877 7268 | Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk

 

 

COURSE SCHEDULE

 

Class 1: Tour Planning and Budgeting

(a) Be a Smart Tour Planner: What are the Fundamentals and How Could a Touring Plan be Put Together?

(b) Budgeting for Touring

Date & Time: 23/2 (Sat)|19:30 – 22:00

Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre AC2

Speakers:

Mr Kenny ChenDirector of Orchestral Operations, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

Dr David Tsui, Executive Director, Hong Kong Dance Company


Class 2: Practical Tools of Touring (1): The Art and Science of Touring Logistics

Flights, Cargo, Local Transportation, Accommodation & More

Date & Time: 5/3 (Tue)|19:00 – 22:00

Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre AC2

Speakers:

Ms Sun Li-chuan, Patricia, Head of Programme, Education & Touring, Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra

Ms Sheri Sze, Experienced Travel Management Specialist

Mr Tony TsuiOperation Manager, Evertrans Shipping Ltd.


Class 3: Practical Tools of Touring (2): Negotiation, Licensing, Contracting and Venue / Technical Issues

Date & Time: 11/3 (Mon)|19:00 – 22:00

Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre AC1

Speakers:

Mr Marble Leung, Executive Director, Hong Kong Repertory Theatre

Mr Roy Leung, Senior Manager, Technical and Productions (Performing Arts), West Kowloon Cultural District Authority

Mr Daniel Yeung, Independent Curator, Choreographer, Teacher & Arts Critic


Class 4: Promotion and Brand Building through Tours

Promotion for Overseas Touring and Brand Building

Date & Time: 13/3 (Wed)|19:00 – 22:00

Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre AC2

Speaker:
Ms Stephanie Chang, Founder and CEO of Impulse Art Media International (Beijing), Ltd
Ms Carrol Ho, Independent Producer,KALOS Productions (HK)

Ms Margaret YangChief Executive Officer, Hong Kong Sinfonietta

 

 

Language
All programmes will be conducted in Cantonese.

 

Map (Click Here to enlarge)

 

 

 

HIGHLIGHT RECAP

 

Organized by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association, “Essential Guide to Smart Touring” was successfully held from 23 February to 13 March 2019. Thank you for the support of our speakers, moderators, participants and volunteers! HKAAA received a lot of positive feedback from our participants.

 

Class 1: Tour Planning and Budgeting

 

Photo captions: (from the left to the right and the top to the bottom)
Mr Kenny Chen (Director of Orchestral Operations, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra)
Dr David Tsui (Executive Director, Hong Kong Dance Company)
Mr Paul Tam (Chairman, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association/ Executive Director, Hong Kong Ballet)
Response from our participant
Group photo of Dr David Tsui, Mr Kenny Chen, Ms Wing Chan (Assistant Orchestral Operations Manager, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra), Mrs Vennie Ho (Honorary Secretary, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association) and Mr Paul Tam
Group photo of Mr Paul Tam, Dr David Tsui, Mr Kenny Chen and the participants

 

Class 2: Practical Tools of Touring (1): The Art and Science of Touring Logistics


Photo captions: (from the left to the right and the top to the bottom)

Mr Tony Tsui (Operation Manager, Evertrans Shipping Ltd.)
Ms Patricia Sun (Head of Programme, Education & Touring, Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra)
Ms Sheri Sze (Experienced Travel Management Specialist)
Response from our participant
Q&A Session moderated by Mr Paul Tam (Chairman, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association / Executive Director, Hong Kong Ballet) with Ms Patricia Sun, Ms Sheri Sze and Mr Tony Tsui
Group photo of Mr Tony Tsui, Mr Paul Tam, Ms Sheri Sze, Ms Patricia Sun and Dr Celina Chin (Vice-Chairman, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association)

 

Class 3: Practical Tools of Touring (2): Negotiation, Licensing, Contracting and Venue / Technical Issues

 

Photo captions: (from the left to the right and the top to the bottom)
Mr Roy Leung (Senior Manager, Technical and Productions (Performing Arts), West Kowloon Cultural District Authority)
Mr Marble Leung (Executive Director, Hong Kong Repertory Theatre(
Mr Daniel Yeung (Independent Curator, Choreographer, Teacher & Arts Critic)
Group photo of Mr Marble Leung, Mr Paul Tam (Chairman, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association / Executive Director, Hong Kong Ballet), Mr Roy Leung and Mr Daniel Yeung
Sharing Session with Mr Daniel Yeung, Mr Marble Leung and Mr Roy Leung
Response from our participant

 

Class 4: Promotion and Brand Building through Tours


Photo captions: (from the left to the right and the top to the bottom)

Ms Margaret Yang (Chief Executive Officer, Hong Kong Sinfonietta)

Ms Stephanie Chang (Founder and CEO of Impulse Art Media International (Beijing), Ltd)
Ms Carrol Ho (Independent Producer, KALOS Productions (HK)

Mr Paul Tam (Chairman, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association / Executive Director, Hong Kong Ballet) led the Q&A session
Participants was asking questions
Group photo of Ms Margaret Yang, Ms Carrol Ho, Ms Stephanie Chang, and Mr Paul Tam

Photo source: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association

 

 

 

TICKET PASSES & REGISTRATION

 

Full Pass* – HK$620

  • for participants who are interested in attending all workshops and lectures. (4 lessons in total)

 

Single Pass  HK$180

  • for participants who are interested in attending a single class.

 

*A certificate of attendance will be issued to participants who have completed the full course with 75% attendance or above.

 

All Ticket Passes now available at art-mate
 

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

 

 

NOTES TO PARTICIPANTS

(Only Chinese version is available)

(於2019年1月9日更新)

 

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

2019 “Essential Guide to Smart Touring” (hereafter “Course”) is hosted by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association (hereafter “HKAAA”).

 

By joining the Course, participants will be deemed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions contained hereinafter and HKAAA reserves the right to exclude any entry from the Course at any time if it has reason to believe that a participant has breached the rules.

 

The HKAAA reserves the right to make the final decision in the event of any dispute. The HKAAA reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions and other arrangements without prior notice. In case of any dispute arising out of or in connection with the Course, the decision of the HKAAA shall be final and conclusive.

 

HKAAA reserves the right to the final decision in all matters pertaining to the Course. Any changes for the event will be posted on HKAAA’s website and Facebook.

 

Quotas will be assigned on a first-come-first-served basis.

 

No refund is allowed after registration is completed. Registration fee paid for duplicated entries will not be refunded and places are not transferable.

 

HKAAA reserves the right to use any photographs and recordings taken during the Course, for any purposes, including commercial advertising.

 

I grant permission and consent to the HKAAA to utilize my personal information, appearance, name and voice, in connection with the Course in any and all media and agree to waive any right of inspection or approval associated thereto for the publicity of 2019 “Essential Guide to Smart Touring” that my appearance and name may be used on the website, video and publication of the HKAAA related to the Course.

 

Personal Information Collection Statement: Any of the information collected from the form and online registration as the Course's participant will be used for delivering the information including, but not limited to, the upcoming activities, discount, benefits, newsletters, online resources and other promotional activities provided by HKAAA and our partners. We respect your privacy and will not share information you give us about yourself with other organizations. If you would like to access/ correct your personal data or do not want to receive such information, please contact us.

12/02/2019

To all HKAAA members,

Thank you for supporting HKAAA in the past year!

HKAAA Annual General Meeting 2017 – 2018 will be held on 12 February 2019 (Tuesday) 18:00 – 19:00 at Conference Room, Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra (7/F, Sheung Wan Municipal Services Building, 345 Queen's Road Central, Sheung Wan). We cordially 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.

 

 

*On-site video recording will be performed during the meeting for archival purpose*

 

Enquiry: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association|Tel: 2877 7268|Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk