To strengthen the training of arts administrators and curators to meet the demand of arts talents, the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC) invites application for the 'HKADC UAL Scholarships 2015’. With the funding support from the Home Affairs Bureau, the scheme aims at supporting local potential arts administrators and curators to develop their professionalism through studying abroad.
The Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) now invites eligible arts groups/organisations to submit proposals for the “Multicultural Arts Education Programme”, which aims at promoting learning and exchange in multicultural arts, and to create an atmosphere in society conducive to artistic endeavours through offering opportunities for people of different ethnicities to personally experience and engage in arts and cultural activities; also aims at elevating the public’s understanding towards multicultural arts and to bring out the message of respecting as well as appreciating arts from different cultures. The deadline for application is 6:30pm on 25 September 2014 (Thursday).
The latest ArTour talks to Cheuk Cheung, emerging documentary director who received the Award for Young Artist (Film) of the Hong Kong Arts Development Awards 2013. “What’s Art?” features Nonsense Makers' "Academy of Laughter" and Alice Theatre Laboratory's “Once the Muse Speaks”.
The Hong Kong Annual Arts Survey Report Highlights 2011/2012 collected data on the performing arts programmes which were staged in 46 venues under 23 major performing facilities, visual arts exhibitions that were held in 179 different places, and film festivals and independent/feature screening events in 47 different venues between April 2011 and March 2012, aiming to provide comprehensive statistics for the art sector by analyzing the distribution of the programmes, the ticket price, the attendance, the box office records and the presenters of these programmes/exhibitions/screening events.
In the latest ArTour, Chan Tsz-him, the recipient of the Award for Young Artist (Arts Criticism) of the Hong Kong Arts Development Awards 2013, brings us to the world of new poetry. “What’s Art?” features Hong Kong．Shenzhen Creative Arts Festival and Korean choreographer Megan Ha Youngmi’s “The Room and The Lovers”.
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.
The Scholastic Picture Book Award (SPBA) is a joint initiative between the National Book Development Council of Singapore (NDBCS) and Scholastic Asia, and it is presented biennially for an outstanding unpublished picture book with distinct Asian themes by an Asian team of writer and illustrator.
JCCAC now invites interested individuals aged 18 or above who meet the Art Student/Graduate eligibility criteria to submit tenancy proposals for renting studio units of average size 300 sq.ft. at concessionary rent.