HKADC hereby invites qualified local arts venue operators intent on developing its venue for arts activities to submit proposals for the "2014/15 Arts Venue Subsidy Scheme". Applicant organisation must be able to provide legal (meaning already owned or able to successfully apply for the associated licenses) venue available for public performances/exhibitions and other arts activities.
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”.
In 2013, ADC and M+ jointly organised the Hong Kong Exhibition in the 55th Venice Art Biennale. Curated by Dr Lars Nittve, Executive Director, and Yung Ma, Assistant Curator of M+, the exhibition themed ‘You (you)’ showcased a series of artworks created by Hong Kong artist Lee Kit. To effectively evaluate the outcome of the 55th Venice Art Biennale, ADC has conducted analysis and produced an evaluation report. The evaluation report can be downloaded from the HKADC website.
“Artspiration” talks to Curator of Hong Kong House of Stories Him Lo, who is an activist of promoting community art. Taiwanese culture critic and Chief Editor of “City Magazine” Chang Tieh-chih, Daniel, also takes you for a walk in Hong Kong to rediscover the city’s charm with a stranger’s eyes. Stay tuned with “Artspiration” on TVB Jade and RTHK TV 31 every Sunday at 7pm!
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Book Development Council of Singapore (NDBCS) and Scholastic Asia, and it is presented biennially for an outstanding unpublished picture book with distinct Asian themes by an Asian team of writer and illustrator.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.
Musica Viva presents a chamber concert by pianist Dr. Mary Wu, along with musicians from Hong Kong Philharmonic and Hong Kong Sinfonietta; programme includes works by Schumann, Liszt, Poulenc, Ravel and Fanny Mendelssohn.