The episode of ArTour in December 2012 features Vicky Wong, an emerging local independent film director who was awarded the “Best Cinematography” of the Fresh Wave 2010 – Local Competition Section with the short film The Decisive Moment. “What’s Art” introduces a Chinese music concert presented by Windpipe Chinese Ensemble which invites registered music therapist Mr Ng Wai-man, Raymond as the host of the concert. Besides, the Chinese Sentiment: A Photo Exhibition by Shen Wei presented by Lumenvisum is also featured. ArTour, a segment jointly presented by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council and Cable TV, will feature local young artists and introduce arts and cultural programmes to the audience at the programme Close To Culture.
The Fresh Wave 2011 - International Short Film Festival will take place at the Broadway Cinemathèque, Yau Ma Tei, from 9 – 18 December this year. The 10-day festival will feature 50 films in 24 screening sessions: 30 local entries in competition, and 20 award-winning short films by overseas young directors. Renowned Chinese director Tian Zhuangzhuang is invited to unveil the Festival with his critically acclaimed The Blue Kite. Tickets will be available for public starting from 10 November at the Broadway Cinemathèque box office, via online purchase and telephone purchase.
The Awards Presentation Ceremony was held on 27 April. A total of 28 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.
One the highlights of the Dance Festival is the Flash Dance Project. A team of 100 youthful volunteer dancers are recruited to participate in a Hong Kong version of the popular flash mob event, stagings of which from Liverpool Street Station in the UK and the Central Station Antwerp in Belgium have made for popular viewing on YouTube.
Organised by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council, the Hong Kong Dance Festival 2010 is a 6 week programme celebrating the originality and diversity of local dance artists. Carry ing the slogan, 'Dance to Create,. Dance to Live', the Festival, which will run from 11 November to 18 December 2010,, also seeks to serve as a platform to promote and aid the development of dance and build audiences in HK. The Festival includes a variety of stage productions, competitions, workshops, talks, symposium and community dance events.
The Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC) is a statutory body set up by the Government in 1995 to plan, promote and support the broad development of the arts. These include dance, drama, literary, music, xiqu, visual arts, film and media arts as well as arts education, arts criticism and arts administration in Hong Kong.
The ADC organised the first Arts Ambassadors-in-School Scheme to commend students from local primary, secondary and special schools who have demonstrated excellence in and commitment to the arts. A total of 500 students were appointed as arts ambassadors.
The Hong Kong Arts Development Council launches the first Arts Ambassadors-in-School Scheme to encourage Hong Kong students to actively participate in arts activities and to share the fun of arts. The scheme is jointly organised by RTHK Radio 2 and the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. By providing students with a flair and enthusiasm for the arts the opportunity to become arts ambassadors for their schools, the Scheme aims to take their passion for the arts beyond campuses into the larger community.
HKADC organized the Fresh Wave Short Film Festival in May 2009, showcasing winning short films from the 1st to 4th Fresh Wave Short Film Competitions.

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