To foster the professional growth of local arts administrators in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC) collaborate with Sage Gateshead, renowned centre for music education, performance and conference in the U.K. to launch ‘Sage Gateshead Internships 2015’. The programme would provide internship opportunities to local arts practitioners with leadership potentials to further develop their professional skills and network.
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.
“Fleeting Light”, a large scale media arts exhibition organised by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council, presents a series of interactive artworks based on the themes of light and shadow. Two artworks by world-renowned media artist Jim Campbell, Eternal Recurrence and Scattered Light, and his retrospective exhibition Light Matter – The Jim Campbell Experience 1990 – 2014 are now open to the public in various places.
In the latest ArTour, Shirley Tsoi, the recipient of the Award for Young Artist (Drama) of the Hong Kong Arts Development Awards 2013, shares with us her vision in theatre. “What’s Art?” features On and On Theatre Workshop’s Postcolonial God of Food and Lumenvisum’s “Last Landscape” A Photo Exhibition by Lau Chi Chung.
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Book Development Council of Singapore (NDBCS) and Scholastic Asia, and it is presented biennially for an outstanding unpublished picture book with distinct Asian themes by an Asian team of writer and illustrator.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.