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Be our Young Friends KOL
Retro? Industrial? Hispter? Post-modern? Go-with-the flow?
Whatever style you are, we see your potential in performing arts!
Young Friends is looking for KOLs with different styles to promote and introduce performing arts!
Please submit your stylish portrait with a short sharing via email (email@example.com) by 31 March 2023.
You’ll have a chance to become our KOL, appear on YF promotional materials and enjoy priority enrolment in your choice of activity from the upcoming Project A Summer Programme!
Application Deadline: 31 Mar 2023
HKAPA Conversations - Prof. Martin Lau: Developing the 21st Century Chinese Opera Performing Artists
(Conducted in Cantonese)
Chinese opera is recognised as a unique and supreme example of total theatre, requiring the most profound refinement of skills in singing, acting, characterisation, movement, choreography and acrobatics. This art form constitutes a valuable part of Chinese culture. In this talk, Professor Martin Lau, Dean of the School of Chinese Opera shares how the School adopts an innovative teaching and learning approach to equip young talents with necessary knowledge and skills to navigate the challenges of the 21st century.
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HKAPA Conversations - Prof. Anna Chan: Career Pathway and Outlook of a Dance Artist
(Conducted in Cantonese)
What does a Dance degree offer you for future job options? Is it only training to become a dancer, dance teacher or maybe a choreographer? Contrary to those frequent misconceptions, there are a range of career paths and job opportunities for dance graduates. Dance majors bring a wealth of workplace skills besides “movements” and “aesthetic”. In this talk, Professor Anna CY Chan, Dean of the School of Dance, will share how the School nurtures their students as 21st century performing artists.
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Student Ambassadors Get Ready to Introduce the Academy
On 30 and 31 Jan 2023, 12 students from the Schools of Dance, Drama, Film and Television, and Theatre and Entertainment Arts joined the Student Ambassador Training to learn different skills to introduce and promote the Academy to the public during Open Day, Orientation Day and Info Day. We have invited an alumna from the School of Drama, Ms Annike Pong, Founder and Executive Director of Music Children Foundation, to speak in the 2-day training programme about leadership skills and professional presentation skills.
Foster Mental Resilience in Children Through Discovery in Performing Arts
It is undeniable that the prolonged pandemic has a multifaceted and substantial impact on the mental wellbeing of children and adolescents. Aiming to promote children’s mental wellbeing, and to foster mental resilience against adversity and develop an appreciation for performing arts through their exposure to and experience in performing arts, UNICEF HK invited the Academy to join hands to co-organise a special project, “Merry Go Around HKAPA”, which offered art-indulging and fun-filled activities for over 500 children from underprivileged families between August to December 2022. Ms Judy Chen, Chairman of UNICEF HK, was grateful that HKAPA brought children into the world of performing arts and realised the vision of all-round development.
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熱烈恭賀 三位香港演藝學院傑出校友 於香港電影評論學會大獎獲得殊榮
熱烈恭賀 三位香港演藝學院傑出校友 於香港電影評論學會大獎榮獲以下獎項：
林森 最佳導演 《窄路微塵》2011年畢業於電影電視學院
麥天樞 最佳編劇 《神探大戰》2008年畢業於電影電視學院
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