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傑出領袖對談系列 - 創意文化與藝術

文化藝術是一個城市的靈魂,在豐富市民的精神生活之餘亦可創造商機,而近年藝術的社會功能也開始獲得重視,例如藝術被認定可以有效地解決社會問題。而一個城市要發展文化藝術,亦需有全民參與,由政府、商界、藝團和民間多方共同協作。在是次座談會中,來自不同界別的嘉賓將與關注創意文化與藝術的觀眾探討有關的議題。

在推動文化藝術的發展上,不同持份者的角色是什麼?國際化和本土化兩個方向是否只能二擇其一?如何融合中西文化?如何在考試主導及家長較急功近利的心態下,開展藝術教育及培養觀眾的藝術情操?科技發展日新月異,人工智能如何影響創意產業的未來發展?

日期: 2018年4月17日﹝星期二﹞
時間: 4:30pm to 6:30pm
地點: 香港金鐘道95號統一中心22樓香港總商會
語言: 廣東話

講者簡介

主持:

黃映玲博士,嶺南大學視覺研究系助理教授

黃映玲教授,嶺南大學視覺研究系助理教授

黃映玲教授是嶺南大學視覺研究系的助理教授,主要從事藝術史及博物館的教學與研究工作。她曾先後任教於香港大學和香港浸會大學,亦是英國牛津大學、維多利亞與亞伯特博物館和倫敦藝術大學的訪問學者。

黃教授於英國聖安德魯斯大學取得藝術史博士學位,對大約1880年至1980年間中國書畫在英國的接收情況進行了廣泛的研究,尤其關注與大英博物館和牛津阿什莫爾藝術與考古博物館相關的重要藏品、收藏家、策展人、學者及藝術家。黃教授編輯的英文學術書目包括《超越邊界:東西方的跨文化交流》(2011) 和《跨文化的中國藝術接收》(2014) ,她亦在其他編輯書籍及期刊上發表了不少文章,例如:《伯靈頓雜誌》、《博物館史期刊》、《收藏史期刊》等。


討論嘉賓:

王英偉博士, GBS, SBS, JP香港藝術發展局主席

王英偉博士, GBS, SBS, JP香港藝術發展局主席

王英偉博士於2015年11月加盟金沙中國有限公司,現出任總裁兼執行董事。其於房地產開發及建築業務等領域範疇擁有超過40年豐碩務實的管理及業務發展經驗,並曾擔任多間香港上市公司管理層要職。此外,王博士是香港基本法諮詢委員會委員、香港特別行政區籌備委員會及預備工作委員會委員;於1997年至2012年期間,連續15年獲選擔任中華人民共和國全國人民代表大會代表等。現任香港藝術發展局主席、香港電影發展局副主席、亞洲電影大獎學院主席和香港公務員薪俸及服務條件常務委員會主席。王博士畢業於香港大學,擁有美國哈佛大學公共管理碩士學位並於英國牛津大學修畢研究生課程。


討論嘉賓:

黃英琦女士, JP, 創不同協作創辦人及總監

黃英琦女士, JP, 創不同協作創辦人及總監

黃英琦太平紳士身兼數職,除了是執業律師,也是文化發展、創意教育及社會創新的推動者。本著教育創新和創意公民社會的理念,黃英琦在1998年創辦了香港當代文化中心及在2006年創立香港兆基創意書院,為香港首所推動創意教育的高中。

她在2010年創辦Make A Difference創不同(www.mad.asia),鼓勵亞洲青年推動社會正面改變。在2012年,她開設好單位 (www.goodlab.hk),一個共享空間及社創平台,致力社會跨界創新與合作。 自2016年初,黃英琦應南韓首爾市長朴元淳邀請,和世界各地的社創領袖一同擔任「首爾創新諮詢委員會」成員。

在1995-2008年期間,黃英琦曾任民選市政局議員、灣仔區議員及灣仔區議會主席。 她是美國加州波莫納學院榮譽文學士、香港大學教育碩士,嶺南大學、香港教育大學及香港浸會大學榮譽院士。


討論嘉賓:

黃修平先生, 電影導演

黃修平先生, 電影導演

黃修平,於中文大學藝術系修讀期間到美國愛荷華大學作交換生,並開始拍片,多齣短片均在ifva中獲獎。短片作品有《燦若繁星》、《風車》、《花椒.八角.咖啡豆》、《我們的遊樂場》、《功課》等;長片則有《當碧咸遇上奧雲》、《魔術男》、《狂舞派》及《哪一天我們會飛》。

《狂舞派》奪得日本福岡國際電影節的「觀眾大獎」;香港導演會的新晉導演及最佳新演員;香港電影金像獎的新晉導演、最佳新演員及最佳電影歌曲。《狂舞派》於2013年8月在香港正式上畫,影期最終達十二周,創出超過一千三百萬票房佳績,並廣受關注及討論。

《哪一天我們會飛》獲邀作香港亞洲電影節的開幕電影,並提名金馬獎最佳新演員, 以及奪得香港電影金像獎最佳電影主題曲。

2013年為宮崎駿作品《風起了》的粵語版聲演主角堀越二郎。

他亦在香港理工大學設計系及香港浸會大學電影學院任教媒體創作課程,並計劃展開《狂舞派》續篇,《狂舞派3》。

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Distinguished Leaders Dialogue Series - Creative Arts and Culture

Art and culture is the soul of every city - it not only nurtures the spiritual life of the citizens, but also creates business opportunities within society at large. In recent years, the wide-ranging social benefits art brings and its positive impact have been evident in many places. For a city to develop its own arts and culture scene, it requires the participation of all. Collaboration between government, business, the arts community and other stakeholders is essential. In this dialogue, guests from different backgrounds and professionals will be invited to share ideas and thoughts with all those concerned about developing a creative culture and the arts.

In promoting creative arts and culture, though, what role should each stakeholder take? Should the focus of development be “globalised” or “localised”, or can the two work in parallel? How should one combine the influences of east and west? With Hong Kong's exam-oriented education system and parental expectations of instant benefits, how should we initiate arts education and cultivate appreciation? And with fast-paced advances in technology advancement, how will Artificial Intelligence affect the future development of the creative industries?

Date: 17 April 2018 (Tuesday)
Time: 4:30pm to 6:30pm
Venue: Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, 22/F United Centre, 95 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese

About the speakers

Facilitator:

Dr Michelle Huang Ying-ling, Assistant Professor of Art History and Museum Studies at the Department of Visual Studies of Lingnan University

Professor Michelle Huang Ying-ling, Assistant Professor of Art History and Museum Studies at the Department of Visual Studies of Lingnan University

Prof Michelle Huang is an Assistant Professor of Art History and Museum Studies at the Department of Visual Studies, Lingnan University. She previously taught at the University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Baptist University, and has been a visiting scholar at the University of Oxford, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and the University of the Arts London.

Michelle obtained her PhD in Art History from the University of St Andrews and has undertaken extensive research into the reception of Chinese painting in Britain c.1880-1980, with special focus on important collections, collectors, curators, scholars and artists associated with the British Museum and the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology. She has edited two books, Beyond Boundaries: East and West Cross-Cultural Encounters (2011) and The Reception of Chinese Art Across Cultures (2014), and published a number of articles in edited books and periodicals, including the Burlington Magazine, Museum History Journal, the Journal of the History of Collections.


Panelist:

Dr Wilfred Wong Ying-wai, GBS, SBS, JP, Chairman of Hong Kong Arts Development Council

Dr Wilfred Wong Ying-wai, GBS, SBS, JP, Chairman of Hong Kong Arts Development Council

Dr. Wilfred Wong joined Sands China Ltd., in November 2015 as its President and Executive Director. He has over 40 years of extensive hands-on management and business development experience in both property development and construction business sector for a number of Hong Kong listed companies. Dr. Wong was also a member of the Hong Kong Basic Law Consultative Committee; member of the Preliminary Working Committee and subsequently the Preparatory Committee responsible for establishing the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Dr. Wong was also elected a member of the National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China for 15 years from 1997 to 2012. He is currently the Chairman of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council, Deputy Chairman of the Hong Kong Film Development Council and Chairman of the Asian Film Awards Academy and Chairman of Standing Commission on Civil Service Salaries and Conditions of Service. He is a graduate of the University of Hong Kong and obtained a Master in Public Administration degree from Harvard University, USA. He also studied a post graduate program at Oxford University, United Kingdom.


Panelist:

Ada Wong, JP, Founder and Director of Make A Difference Institute

Ms Ada Wong, JP, Founder and Director of Make A Difference Institute

Ada Wong has led a varied career as solicitor, educator and cultural entrepreneur. She is a staunch advocate of cultural development, creative education and social innovation.

Ada founded Hong Kong Institute of Contemporary Culture (HKICC), a unique non-profit cultural organization whose mission is education innovation and a creative civil society. Among other projects, HKICC founded the HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity in 2006, a senior secondary school dedicated to the nurturing of talents for Hong Kong’s cultural and creative industries development.

In 2010, she founded the Make A Difference (MaD) initiative (www.mad.asia), a “creativity for good” platform for young and creative changemakers in Asia. In 2012, she founded The Good Lab (www.goodlab.hk), a do tank and social innovation hub to enable tri-sector collaborations for positive changes in society.

In early 2016, Ada has been invited by the Mayor of Seoul, Mr PARK Won-soon, to join as member of his “Advisory Group for Seoul Innovation" together with social innovation leaders around the world.

Ada was an elected member of the Urban Council and Wan Chai District Council between 1995 and 2008 with the last four years as Chairperson of the Wan Chai District Council. She received her BA (Hons) from Pomona College, California USA, and M Ed from the University of Hong Kong. She is an Honorary Fellow of Lingnan University, Hong Kong Education University and the Hong Kong Baptist University.


Panelist:

Adam Wong Sau-ping, Film Director

Mr Adam Wong Sau-ping, Film Director

Adam Wong started to make short films with facilities at University of Iowa when he was an exchange student there. Many of his later works were awarded at ifva. His short films include:Glowing, Pinwheel, Secret Taste, Our Playground, Assignment, etc.

His feature films include: When Beckham Met Owen, Magic Boy, The Way We Dance and She Remembers, He Forgets.

In the summer of 2013, his movie The Way We Dance was released and has become a big hit in Hong Kong. Having been screened for 12 weeks, it was well received both in critics and box office. It won the Audience Award at the Fukuoka Film Festival, the Best New Director and Best New Performer of the Hong Kong Directors’ Guild, the Best New Director, Best New Performer and Best Original Film Song of the Hong Kong Film Award.

His latest feature “She Remembers, He Forgets” was the Opening Film of the Hong Kong Asian Film Festival 2015 and was nominated for the Best New Performer of the Taiwan Golden Horse Award and got the Best Theme Song at the Hong Kong Film Award.

In 2013, he was invited to be the voice-actor for the protagonist of Hayao Miyazaki’s animation The Wind Rises.

He also teaches courses on creative media at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the Hong Kong Baptist University. He is planning the sequel of The Way We Dance.

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