Hong Kong Arts Development Awards 2017 is now open for nominations. The Awards scheme aims to give formal recognition to accomplished arts practitioners, arts groups and organisations that have made significant contributions to the development of arts in Hong Kong. Among various award categories, the Award for Arts Education aims at recognising the outstanding achievement of schools, organisations and arts practitioners in promoting arts education.
This year, China Holiness Church Living Spirit College, Lok Sin Tong Cheung Yip Mou Ching Kindergarten and Po On Commercial Association Wong Siu Ching Secondary School demonstrated outstanding performance in promoting arts education and were conferred the “Award for Arts Education” in recognition of their effort. We are pleased to invite representatives from these schools to share their valuable experience in designing and implementing arts education programmes in campus at the forthcoming sharing session. Mr Leung Sung-yum, Kevin, Chairman of the Award Assessment Panel and Ms Caroline Yee, Member of the Award Assessment Panel will also join the sharing session. Details of the sharing session are as follows:
|Date:||07 October 2017 (Saturday)|
|Time:||10:30 – 12:30 (Reception will start at 10:15)|
|Venue:||AC2, 4/F, Administrative Building, Hong Kong Cultural Centre|
|Speakers:||Mr Leung Sung-yum, Kevin, Chairman of the Award Assessment Panel|
|Ms Caroline Yee, Member of the Award Assessment Panel|
|Representatives from awardees of the Award for Arts Education 2016|
|- Ms Chow Wing-sze, Head of Visual Arts, China Holiness Church Living Spirit College|
|- Ms Pang Mi-ling, Principal, Lok Sin Tong Cheung Yip Mou Ching Kindergarten|
|- Mr Kwong Kai-tak, Head of Visual Arts, Po On Commercial Association Wong Siu Ching Secondary School|
*Conducted in Cantonese. Free admission. Seats are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
Deadline for Registration: 30 September 2017 (Saturday)
Online registration: Please click here
Enquiries: 2820 1008 (Ms Shin)
Click Here to learn more about last year’s winning project in the School Division.