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Spotlight

  • Dean of Dance Professor Anna CY Chan; Artist-in-Residence and School of Theatre and Entertainment Arts alumnus Wong Chi-yung
  • Dean of Dance Professor Anna CY Chan; Artist-in-Residence and School of Theatre and Entertainment Arts alumnus Wong Chi-yung
  • The School and Wong Chi-yung jointly curated a three-week cross-disciplinary project in March, which included an experiential installation "A HEAVEN IN A WILD FLOWER" presented by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. (Photo: Wong Chi-yung)
  • Dance students rehearsing for the experiential dance performance "OBSERVE" at the installation which was displayed at the School's Dance & Technology Studio.
  • Students participating in activities at the workshop delivered by Chi-yung.
  • Professor Chan says, "We need to know how to transform knowledge in dance and artistic concepts, and apply them in different areas. We have to work with artists from other fields to expand dance artists' creativity."
  • Chi-yung worked with neuroscientists in Zurich to study the integration of mindfulness practice and sensory installation.
  • Chi-yung created "To See A World in a Grain of Sand" during his residency in ETH Zurich. The installation was funded by the European Commission.
  • The School has a Dance Science Lab for teaching related knowledge.
  • To initiate more discussion about dance science, the School's Dance Science Team has launched a webinar series, inviting practitioners to share their experience working with dancers to improve their performance, health, wellbeing and creativity.
  • In addition to learning dance techniques, Dance students are often exposed to technology in class so that they can acquire the skills for integrating technology into dance.
  • In addition to learning dance techniques, Dance students are often exposed to technology in class so that they can acquire the skills for integrating technology into dance.
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