With the funding support from the Home Affairs Bureau, the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC) launches the following scholarship schemes to support local promising arts administrators to further their studies in Hong Kong and abroad in order to strengthen their professionalism. (1) Local Arts Administration Scholarships 2015 (2) Overseas Arts Administration Scholarships 2015 (3) HKADC UAL Scholarships 2015/16
The Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC) is partnering with the UK Clore Leadership Programme (CLP) to offer the “Hong Kong Scholarship on the Clore Leadership Programme 2015/16”. The Scholarship is funded by the Home Affairs Bureau with the aim to support arts practitioners with leadership potential to undertake a series of tailor-made leadership training programmes in the United Kingdom to strengthen their leadership skills and broaden their international exposure. Outstanding and talented local art practitioners with leadership potential are welcome to apply for the Scholarship.
Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) hereby invites qualified drama, xiqu, music, dance, visual arts, film, media arts and multi-disciplinary arts organisations to submit proposals for the 2015/16 One-Year/ Two-Year/ Three-Year Grant.
Co-presented by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council and the Television Division of Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), a new series of Artpsiration is back! The new programme hosts, Rosa Maria Velasco and Eric Tang, will continue to bring us the arts news and arts knowledge in a fun and interesting way.
The Open Space Museum is an initiative developed by the Secretaría de Cultura, Recreación y Deporte (Secretary of Culture), Bogota's main cultural authority that seeks to revitalize Bogota's urban space by placing new sculptures and artworks in important public spaces. This strategy will be lead by the Secretaría de Cultura, Recreación y Deporte through a public alliance that includes important institutions of the city.
A new round of the Bravo! Hong Kong Youth Theatre Awards Scheme (Bravo scheme) presented by The Absolutely Fabulous Theatre Connection (AFTEC) is now open for application. With the Lee Hysan Foundation as the Strategic Partner & Sponsor, the Bravo scheme continues to provide a 1.5 year of professional bilingual theatre & life-skills training for young people aged 13-18 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.