The Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) is pleased to launch the ADC Artspace (The Globe). In support of the local arts development, the Artspace is offering arts studios for artistic creation by local artists and arts organisations from all disciplines. Leasing application is now open.
(11 June 2020, Hong Kong) M+, at the West Kowloon Cultural District, and the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) are pleased to co-present Shirley Tse: Stakes and Holders, an exhibition that renews and responds to Shirley Tse: Stakeholders, Hong Kong in Venice, Hong Kong’s presence at the 58th Venice Biennale, in 2019. The Venice exhibition drew more than 102,000 visitors during its six-month run, and was widely acclaimed by the public and the international media. The exhibition in Hong Kong, held at the M+ Pavilion, includes new configurations of Shirley Tse’s site-responsive installations.
Starting from this year, the historic award is to be named according to the edition instead of year with the current edition titled the 14th Hong Kong Arts Development Awards. In the current edition, awards are presented in five categories including “Artist of the Year”, “Award for Young Artist”, “Award for Arts Education”, “Award for Arts Promotion”, and “Award for Arts Sponsorship”.
(May 13, 2020, Hong Kong) Given the various challenges as well as opportunities Hong Kong faces in its future development, such as lack of available land resources, an ageing population, sustainable development plus issues surrounding potential redistribution of resources within the Greater Bay Area as well as talent migration and other societal matters, there is a pressing need to generate a host of creative and viable cross-sectoral ideas to help improve overall liveability in the Territory. With this in mind, the local architectural industry in collaboration with a group of experts from the commercial, arts and design, academic, and NGO sectors, will showcase their creative exhibits at the Hong Kong Collateral Event of the 17th Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition in order to propose solutions to help shape a better future for Hong Kong.
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease-2019 (“COVID-19”) since February has gravely impacted arts practitioners and organisations as their work has been cancelled or postponed indefinitely. To relieve the financial burdens faced by the arts sector, the Anti-epidemic Fund set up by the HKSAR Government provided a funding of $50 million in February through the Home Affairs Bureau (HAB) to Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) to launch the “Support Scheme for Arts & Cultural Sector”. The Scheme aims to assist the sector during this difficult period. HKADC started to accept applications on March 20 and there is no deadline for application at the moment until full disbursement of the HAB’s funding or further notice.
Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) first launched the “Support Scheme for Arts & Cultural Sector” before Chinese New Year to strengthen support towards small and medium-sized arts organisations and arts practitioners. The original budget is HK$5 million. Owing to the adverse impact of COVID-19, almost all arts events have been cancelled or postponed since February. The situation gravely impacted the work and livelihood of local arts organisations and arts practitioners.
To nurture local arts administration talents, the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) launches two training programmes that will take place in Tate, UK, in 2020, namely “Short-term Training Fellowship for Tate Intensive 2020” and “Hong Kong Scholarship for Professional Attachment to Public Programmes at Tate Modern 2020”. They are now open for application. Local experienced arts administrators and curators with potential are welcome to apply for these programmes.
Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) hereby invites operators interested in renting the shops at Tai Po Arts Centre to submit proposal. Tai Po Arts Centre is a performing arts centre located at 12 On Pong Road, Tai Po. It provides a wide range of facilities such as arts studios, Arts [more]
Hong Kong Arts Development Council (“HKADC”) hereby invites qualified contractors to submit tenders for the above-mentioned works. The site of the works is located at one storey of a commercial building in Wong Chuk Hang with multiple studios. The Contractor shall reinstate the site to the [more]