「演藝馬拉松 · 遊樂深水埗」
獲2012年香港藝術發展獎「藝術教育獎」(非學校組)銀獎

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在2011/12年度,香港演藝學院表演藝術教育中心承蒙Bloomberg機構贊助,同時獲得教育局、深水埗區議會、深水埗民政事務處、康樂及文化事務署、社會福利署、深水埗學校聯絡委員會及賽馬會創意藝術中心等支持,策劃及成功推行第一屆「演藝馬拉松.遊樂深水埗」社區藝術計劃。計劃以深水埗區的中、小學生為對象,舉辦表演藝術教育的活動,加強他們對藝術的認識,啟發思維;同時為參與的學生、老師及家長提供欣賞藝術的機會,擴闊視野。計劃另一目的為打破藝術門檻,從個人到社區,讓每位市民也能接觸藝術,提升居民生活素質。

計劃深受學校及社區人士歡迎,更獲聯合國教科文組織本土文化及創意教育研究觀測所確認為「Star Projects/Programs (SPP)」及香港藝術發展局頒發2012年香港藝術發展獎「藝術教育獎」(非學校組)銀獎,證明計劃的成效及在社區藝術發展所帶來的正面及有價值的影響。

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香港藝術發展局頒發2012年香港藝術發展獎頒獎典禮

(左起)演藝表演藝術教育中心教學及體驗策劃統籌李俊亮先生、舞台及製作藝術學院藝術、項目及舞台管理系主任李瑩教授、校董會主席梁永祥先生及表演藝術教育中心主任陳頌瑛女士




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2013年,本中心再獲Bloomberg機構贊助,推行第二屆「演藝馬拉松.遊樂深水埗」社區藝術計劃。續往開來,計劃旨在進一步將表演藝術帶入社群,與社會文化脈絡結合,進而凝聚社區意識,提升及豐富本地文化生活。是次計劃以《梁山伯與祝英台》為探索主題,以工作坊及表演藝術的形式與學校及社區團體分享創作,以創新及啟發性的方式,進行藝術及生活上的探索,讓藝術融入社區與生活中。

2011/12年度「演藝馬拉松」網址:www.hkapa.edu/pamarathon

Performing Arts Marathon @Sham Shui Po project
receives the 2012 Hong Kong Development Silver Award for Arts Education (Non-School Division)

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Under the auspices of Bloomberg and with support of the Education Bureau, Sham Shui Po District Council, Sham Shui Po District Office of the Home Affairs Department, Leisure and Cultural Services Department, Social Welfare Department, Sham Shui Po School Liaison Committee, JCCAC and etc , Performing Arts Education Centre from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts holds the first “Performing Arts Marathon @ Sham Shui Po”, a community arts project. It takes primary and secondary school students as the target, holding activities on performing arts education, enriching their knowledge on arts as well as stimulating their thinking. More than that, we also offer opportunities for participating students, teachers, and parents to appreciate arts, broadening their horizons. Additionally, the project serves to remove the demand for arts literacy, so that, from individual to community, everyone from the neighbourhood may approach arts. This unreserved openness to the average citizens contributes to the harmony of the community as a whole and improves its quality of living.

This project is highly regarded by schools and community. Acknowledged by the UNESCO for Research in Local Cultures and Creativity in Education as a “Star Projects/Programs(SPP)” and receiving the 2012 Hong Kong Development Silver Award for Arts Education (Non-School Division) by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council , it has proven its effectiveness and positive impact to the community.

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The Hong Kong Arts Development Awards 2012 Presentation Ceremony

(From left) Mr Indy Lee, Coordinator (Learning and Participation) of the Performing Arts Education Centre; Prof Lena Lee, Head of Arts, Event and Stage Management of School of Theatre and Entertainment Arts; Mr William Leung, Academy Council Chairman and Ms Anna Chan, Head of Performing Arts Education Centre




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In 2013, Performing Arts Education Centre from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts once again receives sponsorship from Bloomberg to hold the second “Performing Arts Marathon @ Sham Shui Po”. It highlights that performing arts be fused with the social and cultural context, consolidate the sense of community, and improve as well as invigorate the local cultural life. Choosing “The Butterfly Lovers” as the theme for this year’s project, workshops and performances will be conducted in schools and community organizations, inspiring and encouraging students and citizens to explore issues related to this story in artistic and lively ways.

“Performing Arts Marathon” 2011/12 website: www.hkapa.edu/pamarathon