Community Cultural Ambassador Scheme 2012 applications invited
The Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) is inviting applications for the 2012 Community Cultural Ambassador Scheme.
The scheme aims to bring the arts into the community by joining with local performing artists and arts groups to organise outreach arts activities throughout Hong Kong. The closing date for applications is June 1.
Applicants should be registered local non-profit-making performing arts groups or ensembles of artists that have been active, in the past three years, with rich experience and high standard of public performance. Applicants may submit proposals for audience building/arts educational activities that are specifically designed for particular community groups or which will be conducted in specific districts, or for audience building/arts educational activities that are designed for the general public. Applicants may submit one proposal for either or both of the above two types of activities. However, only one of the proposals submitted by the same applicant will be considered by the department each year.
The proposal should cover one or more performing art forms, such as Chinese opera/operatic singing, dance, music, theatrical arts (including drama, mime, magic and puppetry) and multi-arts. Proposed projects may include one or a combination of the following types of activity: performance, workshops, episodic performance, lectures, demonstrations or exhibitions.
Application forms and detailed information on the scheme are available at www.lcsd.gov.hk/ab as well as at the department's cultural venues, and can be obtained by mail or in person from the Audience Building Office at Podium, Administration Building, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui (from 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday); or by fax at 2370 8295.
The deadline for applications is 6pm on June 1. Please refer to application form for detail. Applications sent by post will be checked against the postmark.
For enquiries, please call 2268 7261.
Ends/Thursday, April 21, 2011