The ADC is in collaboration with the Mori Art Museum to offer “Mori Art Museum Internship 2015” for promising local arts administrators and curators to develop their professional skills and network.
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 foster the professional gro...
To foster the professional gro...
Organized by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC), “Speak Arts– Arts Administration Talk Series” is a series of talks which aims to bring Hong Kong arts administrators and anyone who is interested in the arts administration a wider perspective on arts and enhance their management capacities.
The Hong Kong Arts Development Awards, an annual flagship event in the local arts scene, aims to give formal recognition to distinguished art practitioners, groups or organisations for their significant contributions to arts development in Hong Kong.
In this first sharing session, two artists – Even Lam, Artistic Director of Jumbo Kids Theatre and Daniel Yeung, renowned dance artist, will share their insights with reference to their recent visits to arts organisations, centers and festivals in Europe and Asia.
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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Book Development Council of Singapore (NDBCS) and Scholastic Asia, and it is presented biennially for an outstanding unpublished picture book with distinct Asian themes by an Asian team of writer and illustrator.