Students will learn basic knowledge and techniques of controlling long sleeves. The aim is to reveal exquisite movements through the use of long sleeves and the rhythm of body nuances.
INSTRUCTOR PROFILE Jack Kek (The Mythical Oriental Dance Company) graduated with BFA (Hon) Degree in Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA), majoring in Chinese dance. He is a former professional dancer in Cloud Gate 2 (Taiwan). Jack was awarded the Best Featured Performer and the Best Choreographer (in a featured length work) in the 5th BOH Cameronian Arts Awards. In 2013, Jack established The Mythical Oriental Dance Company with the aim to promote Chinese Dance training and performances. He is currently pursuing his MFA degree in Graduate Institute of Dance, Taipei National University of the Arts, major in Choreography.
Pre-registered participants must turn up 15 mins before the workshop commencement time. Failing which, allocated space will be released accordingly without prior notice.
Pre-registered participants will be put on a guestlist. No ticket or confirmation slip is necessary.
Registration is on a first come, first serve basis.
Parents are not allowed to be in the studio for all children workshops. Parents are welcome to wait outside the studio.
Participants in the children workshop must be toilet-trained and crying participants may be asked to leave the workshop.
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WORKSHOP REGISTRATION FORM
Pre-registered participants must turn up 15 mins before the workshop commencement time. Failing which, allocated space will be released accordingly without prior notice. Pre-registered participants will be put on a guestlist. No ticket or confirmation slip is necessary. Read the full Terms & Conditions here.
Then+Now photo submissions open from 10th June 2016 to 15th July 2016
Photos submitted may be of anything from people, buildings, objects, landscape, and subject matter that fits the requirement and theme of 'Then + Now'
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Works must be original and not plagiarized or duplicated from anywhere else on the internet or otherwise
No limits are made to the number of submissions allowed, but duplicates are not permitted
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