We are no stranger to art. It has imperceptibly integrated into our daily lives, bringing us surprises, enrichment and even self-reflection. Art is not limited to specific groups of people, and everyone can be an artist.

Three renowned fringe festival curators and an art review magazine founder will meet you online to share their experience of curating a festival and explore the relationships among art, city, life and emotion. Participants can also learn about the trends of art and art festivals. No matter you are a local or an overseas artist, or an individual interested in art, this meeting is not to be missed.

Speakers:


Julian Caddy (CEO of Brighton Fringe)


Rohit Chokhani (Executive Director of Vancouver Fringe Festival)


Jo O'Callaghan (Head of Program Operations of Adelaide Fringe)


Paul Levy (Founder of FringeReview)

Chairman:

Benny Lim (Visiting Scholarof the M.A. in Cultural Management programme with the Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Target Participants: For ages 6 and up
Language: English
Registration is required

Remarks:
1.Please install Zoom (downloadable from: https://zoom.us/download) before the meeting, and check the installation requirements for your device and operating system.
2.Please ensure that your device has a Wi-Fi connection or sufficient data allowance, and your internet connection is stable.
3.The meeting link will be sent to registered participants through SMS or email before the meeting.
4.Unauthorised video recording and photography of the meeting is not allowed.

More details

Webinar: Connect with the Festivals' Representatives


Content provider: Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC)

Last modified: 2021-01-06 21:48

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