Cultural Leadership Summit 2020 was successfully held in August, titled Leveraging Technology for Growth. We have received a lot of positive feedback from the survey. Thank you very much for your support. Due to overwhelming response, we will extend our discussions and hold a spin-off event on 4th November (Wed).
The new normal has transformed the way arts practitioners work. Art and technology are now interlinked more than ever before. We're honored to have invited four renowned speakers from arts and cultural sectors to share their insights with us. The webinars are aimed to investigate the possibilities on cultivating the work of art and its development amid the new normal. We hope that it could foster your thoughts and stimulate your new imaginations in creative productions.
Curator: Ms Heidi Lee (Executive Director, Hong Kong Ballet)
Paul holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree and a Postgraduate Certificate in Laws from the University of Hong Kong, a Master of Philosophy from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), and a Master of Science Degree in Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics and Political Science. He was once a part-time lecturer at the Department of Government and Public Administration at CUHK, Political Assistant to Secretary for Food and Health, HKSAR Government (2008 to 2012) and a presenter and commentator at Radio Television Hong Kong. Paul is a Co-founder & CEO of Walk In Hong Kong, a cultural enterprise that curates immersive and memorable experiences.
Artistic Director and Theatre Director of Edward Lam Dance Theatre, Lam founded Zuni Icosahedron with friends in the early 1980s, and established Edward Lam Dance Theatre during his residence in London (1989 to 1995). Since returning to Hong Kong in 1995, he has devoted himself to theatre and directed 61 original works. Lam was awarded Best Director at Modern Drama Valley’s One Drama Awards for his works Men and Women, War and Peace (2010), The Doppelgänger (2012), and What is Sex (2017), and was named Artist of the Year (Theatre) by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council in 2017. Books of Lam’s collected essays include Waiting For Hong Kong, The Meaning Of Entertainment, Evil But Glamorous, My TV Dinner Years and Leading Ladies In The Mandarin Cinema. Who Is Afraid Of Edward Lam, Alexander Hsu’s analysis of Lam’s stage works from 2006 to 2015, was published by Performing Arts Review in Taiwan (2016).
International Leadership Program for Visual Arts Management (ILPVAM), Steinhardt, NYU and Business School, Deusto University, Bilbao 2016
MA in Arts Administration & Cultural Policy, Goldsmiths, University of London 2007
Bsc (Hons) Construction, Economics and Management, Hong Kong Polytechnic University 2004
Prior to joining the HKAC, Leung earned solid experience in programming, producing, touring, audience development and education in performing arts at the Hong Kong Arts Festival for 5 years. He is now overseeing performing art, public art as well as audience development programme for the HKAC since 2013.
In 2016, Ian was awarded with two scholarships by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council to participate at the ILPVAM and the Arts Activator Research Fellowship by Yale-China in 2019
Recent curatorial and producing projects include: Art Actually with Les Halles de Schaerbeek, a coupling project of contemporary artists of multi-arts residency performance exchange between HK and Brussels in 2017; Harbour Arts Sculpture Park 2018, a large scale public art project alongside Victoria Harbour; Cultural Masseur – Dragonix Multi-arts Festival, an audience development campaign based on inter-disciplinary practices and experiential encounter since 2018, Art and Architecture urban design campaign Via North Point with Finale Festival in Sept 2021.
Hong Kong-based Urbanist, Artist, Independent Curator
Hong Kong artist, urbanist, independent curator and writer. After obtaining his PhD from the University of Manchester (UK), he has been a lecturer of general education at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, and he is currently an assistant professor at UOW College Hong Kong. His trans-disciplinary practice focuses on creativity in the public sphere and contemporary urbanism.
This event is exclusive for Cultural Leadership Summit 2020 participants
RSVP emails have been sent out to all Cultural Leadership Summit 2020 participants on 21 Oct 2020 (Wednesday), please contact us if you have not received the email
Registration will be closed on 29 Oct 2020 (Thursday)
For enquiry, please contact us at email@example.com / 2877 7268
Terms & Conditions
Cultural Leadership Summit 2020 - Spin Off Event (hereafter "Spin Off Event") is hosted by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association (hereafter "HKAAA").
By joining the Spin Off Event, participants will be deemed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions contained hereinafter and HKAAA reserves the right to exclude any entry from the Spin Off Event at any time if it has reason to believe that a participant has breached the rules.
The Spin Off Event will be held online given the latest situation of the novel coronavirus.
The Spin Off Event will be conducted in Cantonese. For non-Cantonese Speakers, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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