E-news April 2018
Application for “Cross All Borders 2018” is already in full swing. Deadline will fall on 30 April 2018. If you wish to unleash your creativity and share your story with the public, grasp the chance and enroll in the last month of enrollment. We accept artwork created from 2014 onwards. We look forward to receiving your wonderful work!
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Arts workshops for people with disabilities are already opened for application. We have a few places left in some workshops. If you wish to create a unique block printing story book or shadow puppets, do enroll now! We welcome people with different abilities to join!
・ "Story Time Capsule" Block Printing Workshop
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・ Shadow Puppet Workshop (Phase 1)
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“Trainer's Training Master Class” - Cultivating the Creative Spark - telling diverse stories individually, collectively, in words and images, limited places available!
Workshops will explore different modes of storytelling and collaboration, including creative writing exercise and non-verbal, image-based storytelling. We are happy to invite renowned UK playwright, Kaite O'Reilly to Hong Kong. Through specific training and exercise, participants could experiment different ways of drama creation and immerse themselves in the spirit of inclusive arts. Limited places are available! Don't miss this opportunity and enroll now!
20 April 2018 (Fri) 7:00pm - 10:00pm
21-22 April 2018 (Sat-Sun) 10:30am - 6:00pm (Lunch break: 1:30pm-3:00pm)
23 April 2018 (Mon) Day off
24-26 April 2018（Tue-Thu）7:00pm - 10:00pm
Jockey Club Inclusive Arts Studio (except sessions on 21-22 April 2018)
L3-04, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre, 30 Pak Tin Street, Shek Kip Mei, Kowloon
Studio for A (only for sessions on 21-22 April 2018）
9A, Wing Chai Industrial Building, 27-29 Ng Fong Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon
For information and application details, please visit
ADAHK Angel, Kevin Cheng X “Free To Tour” Exhibition
ADAHK Angel, Kevin Cheng was invited by the Hulu Culture to participate in the “Free to Tour” Exhibition organized by The Hong Kong Jockey Club’s H.A.D Walk Project at Aldrich Bay Park. His work entitled “Teyvat Noah Project” is presented. On top of that, Kevin interviewed residents living in Eastern, Southern, and Wan Chai Districts. By using video and installation, Kevin showcases some of the prominent buildings and places in these 3 districts. The exhibition will come to an end on 22 April. Do come and visit!
Date: 24 March – 22 April 2018
Time: Wednesdays to Sundays, 12:00 noon-7:00 pm
* Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays (except public holidays)
Venue: Aldrich Bay Park
Address: No.10, Oi Tak Street, Sai Wan Ho, Hong Kong
A successful night for “Light up a Dream” Fundraising Gala 2018!
“Light up a Dream” Fundraising Gala 2018 organized by ADAHK was successfully held on 13 March at the Concert Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre. We are honoured to invite the Chief Executive, Mrs. Carrie Lam to join us for this wonderful evening. The show featured performances by more than 70 famous guests and artists with disabilities. This bi-annual special performance showcases exceptional talents in vocal, light painting, Cantonese opera, erhu and piano ensemble, cello, four-handed and six-handed piano, wheelchair dance, marching band, mini rugby, cheongsam catwalk, hip-hop dance, and many more. It demonstrated the brilliant artistic talents manifested by artists with disabilities as well as social inclusion through arts. Donations raised will be used to support the development of artists with disabilities, including professional training, mentorship, overseas exchange, arts promotion, and operations.
Caring Company Partnership Expo 2018
Caring Company Partnership Expo 2018 has successfully held. This year, ADAHK and ADAM participated in the Expo with an aim to promote inclusive arts and strengthen cross-sectors collaborations with corporates, social service, and public sectors. ADA Angel, Apple Tong created tactile bookmarks at ADAM’s booth and attracted quite a number of visitors. They were impressed with our inclusive arts. The Expo attracted more than 3,000 visitors and exhibitors. ADAHK has exchanged contacts of more than 20 visitors for future collaboration. ADAM has also met with 50 potential partners from commercial and NGO sectors. We look forward to exploring any possibilities with our dear partners, thus promoting cross-sectors synergy of social inclusion!
Festive arts service
ADAM's arts service is always full of creativity. Tailor-made arts workshop brings fun and joy to festive events. ADA Angel, Apple Tong, and Artist, Rex Ng, were invited to the Family Day of Kingfisher Asia Limited on 29 March at Kingfisher's office located at Kwun Tong. Apple and Rex created handicrafts and balloon art with the theme of Easter bunny, celebrating the joy of Easter with all colleagues and their families. Thank you again for Kingfisher's invitation!
【Arts Accessibility Scheme】 Accessible Programmes in April
We will provide arts accessibility services for the following arts programs. You are welcome to enjoy and participate.
- "Hi! Hill" Accessible Guided Tours by Arts Promotion Office
For more details, please visit: http://www.jcaasc.hk/?a=doc&id=3125
- “Cabinets of Curiosities: A French Passion” Accessible Guided Tours by Le French May
For more details, please visit: http://www.jcaasc.hk/?a=doc&id=3126
- “School of Nice From Pop Art to Happenings” Accessible Guided Tours by Le French May
For more details, please visit: http://www.jcaasc.hk/?a=doc&id=3128
- “The 2nd Academy Festival Presents: Who’s Afraid of Lord of the Files” by The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (with Cantonese Audio Description and Theatrical Interpretation)
For more details, please visit: http://www.jcaasc.hk/?a=doc&id=3116