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26/02-17/04/2021

Drama in Action 2021: Seeking Youth Educators

Drama in Action returns in Spring 2021 with new workshops for youth educators and teachers! 

Led by professional theatre artists and educators Lindsey McAlister, Juliette O’Brien and Neil Harris, the dynamic and informative workshops explore scriptwriting, directing, performance skills, drama games and more – providing youth educators with professional development, as well as tools and techniques to help infuse drama into their teaching. The workshops are particularly suitable for local primary and secondary school teachers who work with young people in English.

*Registration Deadline: Four days before workshop begins


Workshop 5: Inspiration is Everywhere

Artist: Lindsey McAlister

26 February 2021 (Friday), 6:30pm – 9:30pm
27 February 2021 (Saturday), 10am – 5pm

Registration Deadline: 22 February 2021 (Monday)

*Participants must be able to attend all workshop dates.

If you’re keen to create a theatrical performance for your students but not sure where to begin, join Lindsey McAlister and discover new ways to stimulate your work. In two workshop sessions, participants take part in hands-on activities that explore how props, music, images, poetry, improvisation and more can feed the imagination and inspire creativity. 


Workshop 6: Shakespeare Without Fear

Artist: Juliette O’Brien

26 March 2021 (Friday), 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Registration Deadline: 22 March 2021 (Monday)

*This workshop will be conducted online

Teaching Shakespeare can be daunting. In this workshop, professional artist and educator Juliette O’Brien shares tips on how to demystify Shakespeare’s language and highlight the universal concepts and themes that make his works relevant to modern classrooms and students of all ages. Through fun activities participants explore new ways to help students understand the texts and creative ideas for staging dialogue and bringing characters to life. All activities are suitable for a range of English language and age levels, and can be easily transferred to other texts teachers might be using in class.


Workshop 7: Bringing Words to Life

Artist: Neil Harris

16 April 2021 (Friday), 6:30pm – 9:30pm
17 April 2021 (Saturday), 10am – 5pm

Registration Deadline:12 April 2021 (Monday) 

*Participants must be able to attend all workshop dates.

Discover how to make English and literature classes fun, engaging and impactful by getting your students up and moving with drama activities! In this workshop, educator and performance artist Neil Harris shares techniques, tasks and ideas that can help students enhance their understanding of character and plot. Participants also explore how to play with voices, learn to storyboard and lead hot-seating and other spin-off activities that make text and literature classes fun for everyone.

Performing Arts

22/02/2021

Jockey Club Community Sustainability Fund – Art out-of-the-box Project: Make and Play Your Own Ukulele (FULL)

*Please note that the programme is currently FULL.* 

Learning a musical instrument is a great way to help youngsters relieve stress, build self-confidence and bond with people with similar interests. Being able to create an instrument and play it, makes the experience even more memorable. Our new, upcoming music programme, part of The Jockey Club Community Sustainability Fund – Art out-of-the-box Project, helps young people learn how to make and play their own ukulele!

Specially designed for youth groups and communities working with youngsters aged eight and above, the flexible six to eight-week programme can be held remotely at your youth or community centre. Working via online videos and Zoom tutorials, a group of professional artists will virtually guide participants to assemble, decorate and play their own ukulele. All materials will be sent directly to your location free-of-charge. 

If you’re interested in applying on behalf of your organisation, please read through and send the to Mag at on or before 22 February 2021.

 

Year 2021

Performing Arts

15/07/2021

#hashtag – Live Recording for Schools

We are now pleased to offer a free-of-charge recording of the live performance of #hashtag to schools interested in sharing it with their students. Through theatre, dance, music and video the performance brings to life the powerful and sometimes deceptive world of social media, and shines a light on issues facing many young people today, such as cyber bullying, abortion, suicide and self-harm, that are often considered taboo.

Visual Arts

26/02/2021

Jockey Club Community Sustainability Fund – Art out-of-the-box Project: Visual Arts Education Pack

Make online learning a fun and creative experience with this collection of Chinese language resources that help provide enriched online learning experiences for primary school students.

Visual Arts

01/05-30/11/2021

Jockey Club “Project Silver” Intergenerational Arts Project: Colouring App Introduction Sessions

Join us in a series of free-of-charge introduction sessions at elderly care centres and organisations to help residents and visitors learn how to use our newly launched colouring app and encourage them to explore their creativity through digital technology.

Performing Arts

04/05/2021

Miller Performing Arts: Only a Girl – Seeking Youth Performers

We are now seeking enthusiastic young actors and dancers aged 12 to 25 for our flagship original theatre production. We especially welcome performers from the LGBTQ+ youth community to audition.

Visual Arts

14/05/2021

X’tra Special Arts Project

This year we are delighted to announce the introduction of a new professional development workshop for teachers who work with students with special needs.

Performing Arts

21-22/05/2021

Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2021 – Auditions For Youth Dancers

Seeking energetic dancers aged 10 to 25! Join one of our three dance teams and celebrate the arts at Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2021 (AIP) this November. Experience preferred, enthusiasm a must!

Performing Arts

05-17/07/2021

Miller Performing Arts: Pull Back the Curtain 2021 – Seeking Youth Participants

This year, Pull Back the Curtain goes back in time and takes inspiration from some of the greatest figures in 20th century music, art and history.

Performing Arts

19-24/07/2021

Miller Performing Arts: RAW A Cappella Summer Academy – Auditions

If you love to sing or beatbox and are curious to learn more about a capella and vocal percussion, join us and audition for our fun-filled fast-paced summer programme at the RAW A Cappella Summer Academy.

Past Events

Year 2021

Visual Arts

26/03/2021

Jockey Club “Project Silver” Intergenerational Arts Project: Colouring App Sharing Session

The current pace of change in mobile and digital technologies can sometimes leave older members of the community feeling left behind.

Visual Arts

17/03-09/04/2021

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: stART Up Community Arts Project 2021 – Exhibition

Join us at our exhibition of visual and performing art pieces created by 500 local youngsters and 20 professional artists, inspired by their personal reflections on climate change, to learn more and help us take a stand to protect our planet.

Performing Arts

17/03-09/04/2021

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: stART Up Community Arts Project 2021 “Why on Earth?”

Why on Earth? features a series of original dance, music and spoken word creations that highlight the issues posed by climate change, the challenges we face in our daily lives, and what we can do to help preserve our planet in the best way possible.

Performing Arts

17/03-09/04/2021

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: stART Up Community Arts Project 2021 – #BeTheChange

Journey to the Top and Haste Makes E-waste are two new original spoken word dance films from the #BeTheChange film series that encourages young people to address social issues that impact them through the arts.

Visual Arts

29/03/2021

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: stART Up Community Arts Project 2021: Free Online Activities

Join us in a new series of free-of-charge online activities to help primary and secondary school students explore climate change through the arts at home or in the classroom.

Performing Arts

01-28/02/2021

Miller Performing Arts: #BeTheChange: 16 Beats, 1 Song

The experimental short film 16 Beats 1 Song celebrates the bold individuality and future prospects of Hong Kong’s young people through dance.

Year 2020

Performing Arts

18/01/2021

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: stART Up Community Arts Project 2021 – Youth Singer-songwriters Workshop

We are now seeking aspiring singer-songwriters aged 14 to 25 looking to showcase their talents!

Performing Arts

25/11-06/12/2020

Drama in Action 2020: Seeking Youth Educators

If you work with young people and would like to learn more about how to include drama into your teaching, join us for the Drama in Action workshops this autumn!

Visual Arts

21-30/11/2020

The Jockey Club “Project Silver” – Intergenerational Arts Project Exhibition

This November, join us for the launch of the first public exhibition and sharing event that features a range of intergenerational creative projects.

Performing Arts

13/11-31/12/2020

Miller Performing Arts: Youth Assistant Choreographers Summer Online Dance Programme – Team Ailey

This summer, our emerging young dancers enhanced their dance and choreography training in the Youth Assistant Choreographers Summer Online Dance Workshops – Team Ailey.

 

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