13 Jul 2020 (Mon) 3 ‑ 5pm (2 hours)
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Presented by Tai Kwun, in collaboration with physical theatre master and educator David Glass, O Theatre Workshop and Dream of Tomorrow, the Open Forum of “ÉLAN Lost Child Project HK” brings together individuals and organisations to discuss about how arts and public engagement can help young people confront the growing complexity of the modern world and challenge the status quo. Join us to explore the concepts of creative citizenship and the ways to respond to the fast-changing world through the arts.

Fee | Free Admission
Topic | Hope Ahead: Arts for Youth Wellbeing and Creative Citizenship
Language | Cantonese & English

Speakers |
David Glass (Found of David Glass Ensemble, UK)
Nina Nawalowalo & Tom McCrory (Co-Founders of The Conch, New Zealand)
Dr. Paul W.C. Wong (Associate Professor of Department of Social Work and Social Administration, The University of Hong Kong)
Elaine Cheung (Senior Service Manager of School Social Work & Service Department, Christian Family Service Centre)
Virgil Haden-Pawlowski (Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning Manager and Advisor, Save the Children Hong Kong)

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