A total of 33 awards were presented to local artists, arts organisations, schools and business organisations in recognition of their unstinting support and contribution to the arts development in Hong Kong.
Organised by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC), the Outstanding Arts Teacher Award Presentation Ceremony 2012/13 was successfully held today (5th May) at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC) organises the Arts Administration Scholarships to support the promising candidates to pursue postgraduate studies or professional programmes in arts administration in local universities/tertiary institutions.
Given that arts criticism has long been neglected and given the cold shoulder, the media attention and buzz following the announcement of the results of the first ADC Critic’s Prize came as a surprise.
The Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC) now invites applications for the Hong Kong Scholarship on the Clore Leadership Programme 2013/14. The Scholarship supports candidates with leadership potential to undertake a series of tailor-made and flexible leadership training programmes in the United Kingdom to broaden their international exposure.
The Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC) introduces the ADC Critic’s Prize for its first time, with an aim to recognise outstanding works of arts criticism and at the same time, to discover new arts critics to promote in-depth and insightful reviews on local artworks and activities. The competition had drawn an enthusiastic response with a total of 60 entries.
“Arts Buddies”, jointly organised by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC), Institute of Creativity of the Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) and Education Bureau, held the Finale at Dr. Hari Harilela Lecture Theatre (WLB103), Lam Woo International Conference Centre, HKBU today (22 February). A number of awards and certificates were presented to the participating Arts Ambassadors at the Finale.