The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: stART Up Community Arts Project 2020: If Not Me, Who? Performance and Workshop for Schools
Project Period: 02 | 03 | 2020 – 02 | 21 | 2020
After playing to full-house theatres in 2019, the original HKYAF eco-theatre production If Not Me, Who? tours to schools in Spring 2020. Excerpts from the show will be performed in Cantonese, taking students on an educational and emotional roller coaster ride that looks at the impending effects of climate disruption and how we can motivate ourselves and others to change our way of life.
The performance is followed by a dynamic and fun theatre workshop tailored to the students’ age group. Led by professional facilitators, the workshop encourages students to explore complex issues such as climate change, sustainability and the consequences of fast fashion in an impactful way.
Please go through all the information and fill in application form (Available in Chinese only).
Performance and Workshop
Fee: Free programme, online registration required.
Suitable for: Suitable for primary and secondary schools
Note: Performed in Cantonese. Running time approx. 30 minutes, followed by a 90-minute workshop
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