The Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) offers the following training programmes to provide internship, study and overseas exchange opportunities for local arts practitioners. These programmes aim to broaden arts practitioners’ professional horizons and enhance their capabilities. Please click here for details of upcoming programmes in 2019-2020, including:
|•||Local Arts Administration/ Production Internship Scheme
To nurture potential arts practitioners, by offering internship opportunities at local arts organisations to outstanding applicants who aspire to start a career in arts production/administration. It aims to equip them with knowledge and solid experience of arts administration/production and arts organisation operation, and to encourage their long-term development in the sector.
|•||Overseas Cultural Internship and Training Programmes
HKADC collaborates with different world acclaimed arts and cultural organisations to organise internship and training programmes. These programmes provide overseas internship and training opportunities for promising arts administrators and practitioners with leadership potential to further develop their professional skills and network, and to facilitate the long-term development of arts and culture in Hong Kong.
|•||Arts Administration Scholarships
The programme supports promising arts administrators with relevant experiences to pursue studies by undertaking arts administration or business administration related Master’s degrees / professional programmes in Hong Kong, the Mainland and abroad to enhance their knowledge and skills, and to nurture outstanding arts administration talents.
|•||Overseas Training Scheme for Arts Administrators
The programme supports experienced local personnel in arts administration/management for in-depth overseas study visits in order to conduct observations, interviews and analysis on a particular theme. The discussions and reflections gained in the overseas visits would further contribute to the professional and long-term development of arts practitioners and organisations, as well as the arts sector in Hong Kong.