Cultural Leadership Youth Camp 2014
27 Feb

 
Cultural Leadership Youth Camp 2014
Fostering young leaders Striving towards goals
2014.8.6-8
 
The Cultural Leadership Youth Camp 2014, an initiative under the Arts Ambassadors-in-School Scheme, is jointly organised with the Advanced Cultural Leadership Programme (ACLP) of The University of Hong Kong (HKU) with the aim to nurture future generations of arts and cultural leaders. 
 
Bringing to the ACLP a wealth of valuable hand-on experience and knowledge from years of working in arts administration, local and overseas arts and cultural leaders will engage Arts Ambassadors in a range of activities, such as role plays, thematic studies and case studies, shedding new light on the qualities and strategic skills and abilities that make a future arts and cultural leader in general, and topics of interest such as the production and operation of a performance and arts organisations. The camp fosters a group of arts enthusiasts from different secondary schools, enabling them to develop leadership skills and cultural networks for their future careers in the arts and cultural sector.
 
 
Details
Date: 6 - 8 August 2014
Venue: Y-Loft, Youth Square (238 Chai Wan Road, Chai Wan, Hong Kong)
Quota: 20
  (Arts Ambassadors currently studying S4-S6; priority will be given to the 6th Arts Ambassadors)
Fee: Free
Theme: Leading the Future
 
Guest speakers
 
Overseas
Rob Elkington
Head of Education Partnerships,
Royal Shakespeare Company, UK

Local    
Ko Tin-lung
Artistic Director of Chung Ying Theatre;
Initiator and advisor of Arts
Ambassadors-in-School Scheme

Emily Mok
Head of Radio Campus of DBC;
Initiator and advisor of Arts
Ambassadors-in-School Scheme

Joseph Chan
Founding Director of Comtale Ltd.;
Lecturer at HKU SPACE,
Department of Architecture

Joanne Chan
Director of Per Artem Lumen Limited;
Founder of Art Exploration Society;
Member of the Board of Governors,
Hong Kong Philharmonic
Orchestra (HKPO)

Jenny Lee
Founder and Artistic Director of
The Silver Club;
Columnist; Qin player;
Director; actress and dancer


Paul Tam
Executive Director of The Hong Kong Ballet;
Chairman of Hong Kong Arts
Administrators Association
 
Download “Notes on Application” and “Application form
 
Deadline of application: 11 April 2014 (Friday)
 
We welcome all Arts Ambassadors who are currently studying in S4–S6 to participate, priority will be given to the 6th Arts Ambassadors.
 
Enquiries: 2820 1095 or 2820 1036