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December
Members appointed to Venue Partnership Committee and Art Form Panels
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The Leisure and Cultural Services Department today (December 12) announced the appointment of members to the newly formed Committee on Venue Partnership and six Art Form Panels. The appointments are made according to the Committee on Performing Arts Recommendation Report (I) and are for a two-year term to October 31, 2008.

The Venue Partnership Committee will be formed to advise the department on the implementation of the Venue Partnership Scheme at the department's performing arts venues. The scheme aims to foster a partnership between the venues and arts groups/organisations to help develop venue-based arts promotion strategies, broaden the audience base, facilitate sponsorship, and encourage community involvement in arts development.

The work of the committee will include the formulation of a detailed plan for the scheme with reference to the parameters set out in the Recommendation Report and the responses to the Expression of Interest exercise which was launched to carry out assessment and selection of proposals, evaluation and monitoring of the performance of arts groups/organisations during the partnership term, and review processes.

The Art Form Panels will be tasked with advising the department on the strategies of performing arts programmes of the respective art forms, formulating structured and sustainable strategies in identifying and supporting the development of local budding and small-scale performing arts groups, and giving expert advice on choice of programmes. The chairman and one representative from each panel will form the Programme and Development Committee to consider long-term programme presentation strategies such as venue-based programming, resource allocation and programme plans.

Appointed members' lists of the Committee and Art Form Panels are as follows:

Committee on Venue Partnership

Chairman: Dr Saimond IP

Members: Dr Cheung Ping-kuen, MH
Mr Chow Yik-hay, BBS, JP
Ms Miranda Szeto Siu-ching
Mr Tsang Kee-kung, MH
Mr Tseng Sun-man
Mr Louis Yu Kwok-lit

Art Form Panels

A) Music
Dr Chan Hing-yan
Mr Chan Ho-choi, MH
Mr Oliver Chou
Ms Barbara Fei, BBS
Ms Nancy Loo
Mr Yan Huichang, BBS
Ms Yip Wing-sie, JP
Dr Yu Siu-wah

B) Dance and Multi-arts
Mr Ho Ying-fung
Mr Lau Siu-ming
Prof. Eva Man Kit-wah
Ms Mui Cheuk-yin
Dr Shen Shir-ming
Ms Sheng Pei-qi
Ms Tania Tang
Mr Willy Tsao Sing-yuen, BBS

C) Theatre
Ms Carmen Chan Ka-mun, JP
Mr Vincent Chow Wing-shing, JP
Mr Chung King-fai, BBS
Dr Gilbert Fong Chee-fun,
Dr David Jiang
Mr Ko Tin-lung
Dr Lo Wai-luk
Dr Jessica Yeung Wai-yee,

D) Chinese Traditional Performing Arts
Ms Chan Hang-kwai (Chan Kim-sing), MH
Mr Charles CHOW Chan-lum
Mr Law Ka-ying
Mr Lau Shun
Dr Leung Pui-kam, MH
Mr Fredric Mao Chun-fai, BBS
Mr Wen Choy-bon, MH

E) Community
Mr Chan Hei-hing, MH
Dr Joshua Chan
Mr Mark James
Mr Mo Yu-tin
Mr Pun Siu-fai
Mr Tang Shu-wing
Mr Hardy Tsoi Sik-cheong
Ms Margaret Yang

F) Festivals
Mr Rupert Chan
Mr Benny Chia
Mr Ho Ying-fung
Ms Grace Lang, MH
Prof Lo King-man, BBS,JP
Prof Eva Man Kit-wah
Mr Tseng Sun-man
Dr Jessica Yeung Wai-yee

Ends/Tuesday, December 12, 2006
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