Demonstrating the strength of innovation and reconstructing a new order of creation
The Renaissance Award, founded by the Renaissance Foundation Hong Kong, roots its mission in encouraging creators from Mainland, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan to carry on the independent spirit in art through their new creations and pioneering projects.
The Renaissance Foundation believes that Renaissance itself is a concept for pioneers and leaders of change. Thus, the Renaissance Award is an award unlike others – it is not to award reputations, but missions and passionate hearts. What is to be shared are not speeches, but the issues reflected in the projects and their creative spirits. It is hoped that winners will hold onto their missions to create and contribute more in this day and age.
The Renaissance Award especially intends to encourage new creators. Nominated artists' project must be produced only within the past year. Nominated art works will be judged by its innovation, professional reception, and social impact (50% for innovation and 50% for professional reception and social impact). Projects are nominated by industry professionals. Based on all the nominations, the Renaissance Foundation will compile a shortlist and confirm the winners.
The Renaissance Award aims to demonstrate the innovative strength of each project, and to reconstruct a new order of creation. It is hoped that this award will become a new iconic award in the Chinese community.
We are proundly presenting the Renaissance Award Ceremony & Movie "The Great Buddha" Showing during our RFHK Summer Camp 2018:
19:00 Thursday, 12 July 2018, Rayson Huang Theatre, The University of Hong Kong (Site Map)
https://www.eventbrite.hk/e/2018-tickets-47460228822 Free Registration
The 2018 Renaissance Award Winners are:
1. Music: Don't Text Him, Serrini
2. Film – Drama: The Great Buddha, Huang Hsin-yao
3. Film – Documentary: Inmates, Ma Li
4. Literature – Pure Literature: Crevasse, Nicholas Wong
5. Literature – Non-Fiction: Her Battle, Zhao Sile
The winners will be invited to showcase their projects and share their experiences in the 2018 Renaissance Summer Programme. The awards ceremony and public forum will also be held during the Summer Programme.
Closely related to the Renaissance Awards, the 2018 Renaissance Summer Programme aims to provide the next generation of creators with creative training and guidance on developing creative proposals. Exceptionally outstanding new projects will be awarded financial grants during the Summer Programme. As such, the spirit of innovative creation can be passed on from generation to generation.
Organiser: The Renaissance Foundation
Co-organisers: University of Hong Kong Shun Hing College and University of Hong Kong General Education Unit