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The Process of Devising Theatre

Workshops schedule - two sessions  Session 1 09 | 07 | 2021 (Friday) 6:30pm – 9:30pm  Session 2 10 | 07 | 2021 (Saturday) 10am – 5pm *Please note that participants must be able to attend both workshop dates. In devised theatre, members of a theatre team collaborate creatively to produce original works. The process can be a great source of inspiration in educational settings – providing teachers with new techniques to create theatre works at school and offer students new possibilities for artistic self-expression. If you’re curious about using devised theatre at your school, find out more this July at The Process of Devising Theatre, a two-day workshop* presented by theatre educator and performance artist Neil Harris. Drawing on creative techniques used by some of the best devised theatre companies around the world, Neil shares tips on the devising process from stimulus and warm-ups, to development and performance, and explores techniques for finding inspiration using the body, space and images.
Performing Arts


Jockey Club “Project Silver” Intergenerational Arts Project 2021: “Three Lives, Three Songs” Music and Video Creation Programme

Three Lives, Three Songs is a new Cantonese music and video creation programme that brings together music industry professionals and young participants to create original songs and videos inspired by the personal stories of elderly members of the community. Organised by HKYAF in collaboration with the Hong Kong-based social enterprise Every Life is a Song – founded by renowned local songwriter Vicky Fung and lyricist Chow Yiu-fai – the programme takes place between July and October 2021. We are now seeking youth participants aged 16 to 25 with experience in songwriting, music composition, music production or music video production to join the programme.  Successful applicants will be assigned to teams of three or four according to their experience, with each team consisting of a mix of individuals specialising in music composition, lyric writing, music production and music video production. Each team will interview one elderly citizen and work together to create a song around one of the stories they hear. A group of specialist mentors will be assigned to each team to help them through the various stages of creating original songs and music videos. Successful applicants are required to attend all activities and meetings during the programme period. Completed music videos will be featured in the Jockey Club “Project Silver” Intergenerational Arts Project exhibition and an online showcase between October and November 2021. Application Process Please submit your application on or before 4 July 2021 and include at least one work sample that demonstrates your skill in your selected specialisation. Interview Process Shortlisted applicants will be invited to a 15-minute interview. During the interview, those applying as songwriters will be asked to perform a song they have written themselves (please prepare instruments and/or equipment required). Applicants applying as music producers can prepare music software or instruments for a short live sharing. Video producers can share samples of their previous works during the interview. Additional interview details will be shared with shortlisted applicants.  Programme Timeline 11 July 2021: Shortlist interviews/auditions 21 July 2021: Programme induction and mentorship pairing 4 August 2021: Team sharing  Early August to mid-September 2021: Songwriting and music production 25 August 2021: Progress presentation 18 September 2021: Song demo showcase September to early October 2021: Music video production Mid October 2021: Final video submission Late October to early November 2021: Exhibition and online showcase ** Selected applicants are required to attend all activities and meetings during the programme period.  
Visual Arts


Jockey Club “Project Silver” Intergenerational Arts Project 2021: Rubber Stamp Portraits – Teacher workshop

Traditional Chinese carved seals combine the characters of a person’s name with visual symbols representing their personality or position in society to create a unique stamp of identity – a bit like a signature. Today, artists have adapted the art of seal carving to create hand-carved rubber stamps as a means of artistic expression. This September, as part of the Jockey Club “Project Silver” Intergenerational Arts Project, we are launching a new education programme that encourages secondary students to create hand-carved rubber stamp portraits and reconnect with older family members at the same time. Completed student artworks will be collected during the project and featured in a public exhibition in October and November 2021. If you are a secondary school teacher and would like to invite your students to take part in this project, join us at our teacher workshop and learn the fundamental techniques of rubber stamp carving and how to help your students create rubber stamp portraits inspired by their elderly relatives. The workshop is free of charge and conducted in Cantonese. Places are limited and allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please complete the online registration form (in Chinese only) by 5 July 2021.
Visual Arts

Jockey Club “Project Silver” Intergenerational Arts Project 2021: Colouring App Illustration Workshop

As part of the three-year Jockey Club “Project Silver” Intergenerational Arts Project, the “Project Silver” Colouring App is specially designed for elderly users to encourage digital inclusion for users of various abilities in a fun and creative way. Featuring images inspired by life in old Hong Kong, the app is free to download on iPads and tablet devices. For the second year of the project, we are now seeking youth participants aged between 15 and 25 to take part in a series of artist-led illustration workshops and help design a new set of images for the app. Working with professional illustrator ayip, participants will interview elderly members of the community and create illustrations inspired by their personal stories.  The workshop is conducted in Cantonese and places are limited to a first come, first served basis. If you are interested in taking part, please complete the online registration form (in Chinese only) by 2 July 2021. Class A 23|07|2021 (Fri) 30|07|2021 (Fri) 06|08|2021 (Fri) 13|08|2021 (Fri) 10:30am – 12:30pm Class B 23|07|2021 (Fri) 30|07|2021 (Fri) 06|08|2021 (Fri) 13|08|2021 (Fri) 2:30pm – 4:30pm

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We're hiring! - Assistant Communications Manager

Interested in being a part of a team that is leading the Hong Kong’s large-scale community art events? Join us now! Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation (HKYAF) is seeking an enthusiastic Assistant Communications Manager looking to apply passion and experience towards a position with one of Hong Kong’s most successful youth arts organisations. The person will report to the Head of Communications, and will work in a creative, young and joyful environment.  Job Description  ● Develop and implement an integrated communications strategy for the organisation and its programmes incorporating PR, marketing and online ● Perform English copy writing, editing and proofreading for digital and print materials ● Maintain and create content for the organisation’s website, social media, eDM, and SEO/SEM etc ● Monitor and analyse the performance of marketing campaigns, and provide insights and interpretations ● Assist in maintaining media relationships with key media to secure media coverage Requirement ● Demonstrated 3 – 5 years relevant communication or marketing experience, preferably in the field of digital marketing with agency background ● Strong proficiency in written and spoken English and Chinese. Excellent English writing and communication skills ● Proven success in driving marketing initiatives and solid experienced in leading large-scaled events ● A good team player. Self-motivated with the ability to meet tight deadlines and work independently ● Passion for the arts; experience with working in an arts organisation a plus Please send your CV and expected salary to: (Personal data collected will be used for recruitment purpose only) Application Deadline: 7 July 2021 * Immediate availability is highly preferred  
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