Art Education Network Roundtable in Hong Kong | Teaching and Learning Resources

When Fri, 31 Mar 2017
Where A Space, Asia Art Archive, 10/F Hollywood Centre, 233 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan

With the proliferation of art education programmes by cultural organisations in Hong Kong, AAA Learning & Participation hosts a roundtable discussion among practitioners in the field on how to support and supplement the mainstream arts curriculum.

What is the role of contemporary art in education? What can cultural organisations offer, particularly in terms of resources for teaching, learning, and professional development? Amidst rapid technological developments, how can education practitioners realise the potential of digital learning tools and resources, and collectively develop a diverse and effective environment for creative art education?

The goal of this discussion is to connect art education practitioners, ideas, and resources around a dialogue about our different approaches to art education, and to cultivate a supportive network for knowledge sharing, collaboration, and co-creation in order to maximise impact.

Amy Chan, Founding Member, We-search
Chan Ka Yin, Project Officer, Hong Kong Society for Education in Art
Joey Chung, Learning & Participation Coordinator, Asia Art Archive
Susanna Chung, Head of Learning & Participation and Programmes Manager, Asia Art Archive
Anthea Fan, Executive Director, Art Map Limited
Stella Fong, Lead Curator of Learning and Interpretation, M+
Kwong Kai Tak, President, Hong Kong Society for Education in Art
Eugenia Law, Programme Manager, 1a Space
Melissa Lee, Curator of Education and Public Programmes, Tai Kwun
Maria Mok, Curator (Modern Art), Hong Kong Museum of Art
Alice Wong, Executive Director, soundpocket
Joyce Wong, Administration Manager, 1a Space
Ricky Yeung, Asia Art Archive 2015 Educator-in-Residence
Daisy Yip, Media Planner, Art Map Limited
Yip Tin Pui, Programme Manager, The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation

The roundtable is a closed-door session by invitation only. Interested art education organisations or practitioners please contact Joey Chung via by Fri, 24 Mar 2017.

Art Education Network was initiated by AAA in 2013 for sharing art education experiences, insights, and challenges to collectively expand understanding of contemporary art development in Asia. The network provides opportunities to rethink and re-evaluate the value of art education, and to create a supportive regional network of art organisations for future collaboration.

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Image: Art and Environmental Education Network Roundtable in Taiwan, 2016.
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