Being independent in challenging times
Renaissance Summer Camp nurture creative young talents
Creative people always has to find their own voice, especially in challenging times. It is a way to practice, and to advance creativity.
Under the theme of "Here I Am", Renaissance Summer Camp 2015 recruits creative young talents in the fields of Music, Film, Literature and Theatre to participate in the 6-days training, for the exchange of ideas and to stimulate creativity. Renowned artists are invited to be guest speakers and tutors in the camp. Through activities such as general lectures, specialized seminars, tutorials and master performances, young talents are encouraged to participate in cross-media artistic creations, and are expected to be inspired in all aspects.
For the master-classes, renowned artists such as film director Sylvia Chang (張艾嘉), theatre director Tang Shu-wing(鄧樹榮), singer-songwriter Chet Lam (林一峰) will be sharing their experiences with young talents.
We hope that young creative talents can grow and excel, and most importantly broaden their horizons and networking with exposure to works and artists from not only Hong Kong, but also Taiwan and the Great China.
Sylvia Chang, Tang shu wing, Chet Lam, Hung Hung, Du Haibin, Chang
Tieh-chih, Tang Siu Wa, Long Tin, Cao Shuying, Tam Hung Man, Wu Tiao
Ren (五條人)、Roy Tsui… etc
May Fung, Tang Siu Wa, Jing Wong, Chan Sai Lok, Dick Wong, Tam Hung
Man, Cao shuying, Louis Ho, Brian Leung, Domting
Theme: Here I am
Groups: Music, Film, Literature, Theatre
Dates: 16 - 21 June 2015 (6 days 5 nights)
Campsite: S.H. Ho College of CUHK
Fee: HK$3000 (subsidies available for those in need)
Criteria for Application:
1. Age between 18 to 30
2. Hope to develop in the fields of Music, Video, Literature and
Visual Arts, with relevant works and knowledge
Application deadline: 20 May 2015
For details: www.rfhk.org.hk
Organized by: Renaissance Foundation
Co-Organized by: Office of the Arts Administrators, CUHK
Supported by: CUHK School of Journalism and Communication, HKU General Education Unit, HKBU Department of Humanities and Creative Writing,HKAPA School of Film and Television, HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity, People Mountain People Sea, The House of Hong Kong
*"Renaissance Talents Incubation Program" is financially supported by
the Arts Capacity Development Funding Scheme of the Government of the
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
The content of this program does not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.