HKADC hereby invites eligible arts administrators to submit proposals for the 2015 Overseas Training for Arts Administrators –Thematic Study Visits Scheme, which supports arts administrators to conduct in-depth overseas study visits through observations, interviews and analysis on a specific theme chosen. HKADC hereby invites eligible individuals to submit proposals for the captioned programme.
The Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) hereby invites eligible organisations to submit proposals for compiling and publishing “Hong Kong Theatre Yearbook 2015” and “Hong Kong Visual Arts Yearbook 2016” on a commission basis. Applicants are responsible to collect and compile data on local arts activities so as to document the achievement and development of the local arts scene, and the level of activity in a particular year. HKADC expects the Arts Yearbooks Series will facilitate relevant future research and enhance the sustainable development of the arts in Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) will participate in the Performing Arts Market in Seoul (PAMS) from 5 to 10 October 2015. A 20-member delegation will be formed and led by the HKADC to visit PAMS2015 with an aim to establish network with overseas counterparts and to assist local performing arts groups to explore performing opportunities overseas. The HKADC hereby invites eligible local performing arts practitioners and administrators to apply for the subsidy.
The recent surge of performing arts markets in Asia has attracted arts agents and curators worldwide to the region and brought about a shift in focus in such events. Performing arts markets now mean more than the trading of arts programmes but offer abundant opportunities for exchanges and collaborations in the arts sector. How can Hong Kong artists and arts organisations leverage on their edge and artistic merit, ride the tide and establish a collaborative network abroad? What to pay attention to in the quest of a suitable and long-term partner?
The latest ArTour interviews Yeung Yang, the founder of soundpocket. “What’s Art” features Theatre Space’s A Bollywood… in HK! and Asia Art Archive’s Excessive Enthusiasm: Ha Bik Chuen and the Archive as Practice.
In this issue, Fresh Wave 2014 and its winners are featured. It also focuses on ADC Artspace, Taipei Arts and Culture Tour of Arts Ambassadors-in-School Scheme, Arts Ambassadors-in-School Volunteers, and Overseas Training / Research Programme for Leaders from Local Arts Groups on Future Arts Development in Hong Kong.
Collaborated with design institutions and museums from Sweden, Germany and Switzerland, Hong Kong Design Institute (HKDI) & IVE (Lee Wai Lee) have organised four international design exhibitions at the HKDI Gallery, d-mart and Experience Centre this year. The exhibitions feature excellent design works from all over the globe, including design projects from graphic, product, packaging and advertising fields.
The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HK Phil) invites Hong Kong’s composers to submit their works for inclusion in the 2015 Hong Kong Composer Showcase. The Showcase has been devised to offer composers the chance to develop their music, working with an orchestra and under the guidance of a panel of leading composers and academics.