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Bling Imagine – be YOURSELF Non-verbal Children Interactive Show (Performing Arts x Music x Technolog

Hong Kong Cultural Centre Studio Theatre

27.1 2:15pm / 4:30pm / 7:30pm | 28.1 2:15pm / 4:30pm

It is a journey about three little kids who are learning growing up. They struggle with different challenges, exploring their growing bodies, voices and minds. Though they have different characters, one loves nature, one obsesses electronic toys and one likes both, they all together start an adventure of imagination. They learnt how to respect each other when having conflicts every time.

Those conflicts are full of laughter and tears. They also share all the ups and downs. Though they are not sure how their futures are, they will be honest to be themselves and walk through their lives bravely. Together interacting with the audience, it would be an amazing experience!

Buy now! Urbtix: http://www.urbtix.hk/internet/eventDetail/34232

For more details: www.jamislandtheatre.com
Facbook: www.facebook.com/jamislandtheatre

Non-verbal children performance lasts for approximately 1 hour, suitable for any ages

Production Team

Production Team

Creative Director Teresa Wong
Director Michelle Ma
Actress Zoe Chan
Huang Yun Ju
Long Hin
Associate Director Kit Wong
Production Manager Kristopher Chan
Live Musician LC Fung
Wong Yat Fung
Set and Costume Designer Yue Fung Kit
Lighting Designer Zooey Li
Sound Designer Hin Lo
Projection Designer Lora Benedicto
Singing Coach Joanna Leung
Graphic Designer Ng Yat Hei
Drawing Caspar Yiu
Stage Manager Ng Tsz Ling

Grantees’ Activities | 2017-12-11

It Begins with a Story: A Symposium on Periodicals in Asia

Free and open to the public. Register Now!

Organised by Asia Art Archive in collaboration with The University of Hong Kong, the symposium explores how periodicals have fostered conversations around art and emergent forms of visuality in twentieth-century Asia.

Periodicals have been more than just platforms or sites for artistic experimentation and exhibition; they have themselves shaped and staged them. In so doing, periodicals have played a defining role in forming diverse publics for art in Asia.

Keynote speakers are Charles Esche, Director of Van Abbemuseum, and Li Xianting, Beijing-based Independent Critic and Curator.

Panelists include Phoebe Scott, Curator, National Gallery Singapore; Mervin Espina, Program Director, Green Papaya Art Projects, Manila; Chiang Poshin, Associate Professor, Department of Art History, Tainan National University of the Arts; Insoo Cho, Professor, Art Theory Department, School of Visual Arts, Korea National University of Arts, and more.

Date: 11-13 Jan 2018
Venus: The University of Hong Kong
Full Agenda: www.aaa.org.hk/en/Symposium2018

Grantees’ Activities | 2017-11-22

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