The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: stART Up Community Arts Project 2019: Exhibition
Let’s beat the bullies – Stand up for yourself and each other!
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: stART Up Community Arts Project 2019 is an initiative designed to combat bullying by helping young people develop empathy and positive values through a series of artist-led visual and performing arts workshops.
During the workshops, participants reflect on different aspects of bullying and create poster designs inspired by revolutionary art, as well as documentaries, mural paintings, collages, photography, installation artworks and flash mob performances.
A three-week exhibition of the resulting artworks will be presented at Youth Square in May.
Theatre Performance: Bystander
On 11 and 12 May, join us for a live performance of Bystander, a short theatre piece that explores bullying from the perspective of perpetrator, victim and silent observer, and asks audiences to look into their hearts and try to find a way to overcome bullying.
Date: 04-22/05/2019 (Sat-Wed)
Venue: Y Platform, Youth Square, Chai Wan
Fee: Free Admission
Suitable for: All ages
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