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Full Pass

- Get full access to all our workshops and symposium
- Receive a welcome pack by mail

Individual Ticket
  • Standard PriceHKD 300.-

Workshop 1A: How Technology is Changing Theatre Design

Date: 26 August 2020 (Wednesday)
Time: 10:00 - 11:00 AM
Technology has altered the point in theatre design, no matter existing or new theatre, to enhance live experience for both the audience and performers. Byron and Joe from Charcoalblue will share their landscape studies on Hong Kong venues and discuss the possibility to combine theatre and technology. They will also share their worldwide theatre projects such as Google and Chicago Shakespeare Theatre’s The Yard, as well as new ideas on arts accessibility and barrier-free theatre. (Moderated by Lena Lee)

Individual Ticket
  • Standard PriceHKD 50.-

Workshop 1B: Audience Engagement with Effective Management Tools

Date: 26 August 2020 (Wednesday)
Time: 11:15 - 12:15 PM
Andrew from EngagePlus introduced an all-in-one educational system to help education centres improve efficiency by using smart and user-friendly software that turns great management into a simplified set of optimized and automated processes. Recently, EngagePlus has successfully helped Jean M. Wong School of Ballet to enhance the course management software in their education centre. Join this session if you want to know Andrew’s view on audience engagement. (Moderated by Heidi Lee)

Individual Ticket
  • Standard PriceHKD 50.-

Workshop 1C: Exploring & Curating Arts-Sciences Collaboration

Date: 26 August 2020 (Wednesday)
Time: 01:15 - 02:15 PM
Artists often develop new techniques and push the boundaries of imagination in ways that can provoke new directions in technological development. Chi-yung, a cross-disciplinary artist-curator covers work of experimental installations such as To See A World in a Grain of Sand, which combined artistic strategy and the inspiration from his new found scientific information on mindfulness, creating an audio visual immersive experience through a meditative journey of light, sound and touch. In this workshop, he will share a case study on an Experiential Installation Informed by Mindfulness & Its Related Scientific Research. (Moderated by Lena Lee)

Individual Ticket
  • Standard PriceHKD 50.-

Workshop 2A: Better Understanding Audiences to Maximize the Long-Term Value of Digital Investments

Date: 27 August 2020 (Thursday)
Time: 09:30 - 11:00 AM
Big Data has been a hot topic nowadays, but how to utilize big data and advanced technology to deliver what consumers want and need? And how to build a strong and loyal customer base? Chris from Advisory Board for the Arts, who provide service to arts organizations worldwide to adapt a unique advisory model rooted in shared learning and long-term performance improvements, will share his latest finding in this session. (Moderated by Winton Au)

Individual Ticket
  • Standard PriceHKD 50.-

Workshop 2B: Online to Offline (O2O) with Arts Marketing

Date: 27 August 2020 (Thursday)
Time: 11:15 - 12:15 PM
How to integrate online and offline marketing strategy to drive action from audiences? Jason, CEO from Cherrypicks will share insights and technology platforms that provide O2O mobile user experiences. The smart city platforms and micro-location/AR/AI services enable personalized visitor experiences and big data analytics for museums, galleries, exhibition venues, cultural districts and multi-functional resorts around the world. (Moderated by Kingsley Jayasekera)

Individual Ticket
  • Standard PriceHKD 50.-

Workshop 2C: Structured/Unstructured Data: What It Is and Why Matters in the Art World

Date: 27 August 2020 (Thursday)
Time: 01:15 - 02:45 PM
Structured data refers to quantitative data that is highly organized and searchable, such as email address in spreadsheet; whereas unstructured data categorizes as qualitative data and cannot be processed using conventional tools, such as social media activities and texts. Most organizations will likely have a combination of traditional structured and unstructured data resources. But how can arts organizations make use of both kinds of data? Albin will go in-depth into this topic. (Moderated by Raymond Wong)

Individual Ticket
  • Standard PriceHKD 50.-

Remarks


  • Participants can join any of the symposiums after joining any of the above workshop
  • Participants must join any of the above workshop before joining "Post-workshop: Meet the Speaker"

Refund Policy



  • Payment is non-refundable and registration is not transferable to other parties.
  • No partial refund if the registrant does not attend any part of the event.

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