ExecLab: Executive Short Courses 2019 – University of the Arts London
West Kowloon Cultural District and University of the Arts London
Arts and Cultural Management is a practical three-day introduction to the role of performing arts organisations and producing practice today. Participants will look into research and project management, and how to develop fundraising plans, business plans and marketing briefs for performing art events. Through lectures, discussions, case studies from the UK and Hong Kong, participants gain a deeper understanding of how to plan, organise and deliver productions.
UK-China High Level Workshop on Contemporary Industrial Heritage
British Council, Shanghai Univeristy
Professors of Cultural Heritage at the University of Birmingham and Director of the Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage will visit two industrial heritage sites in Chongqing before joining the China-UK High Level Workshop on Contemporary Industrial Heritage at Shanghai University. An estimated 60-70 scholars, researchers and practitioners from the industrial heritage sectors and some government officials across China will participate
Business of Design Week 2017: Design thinking in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Design Centre
Business of Design Week (BODW), is Asia's leading annual event dedicated to design, innovation and brands. Five UK speakers, Samuel Chan, Alice Rawsthorn, Paul Thompson, Jeremy Myerson and Tina Norden will join a roster of design masters and influential business figures to inspire the audiences on creative thinking and design management.
Sailing for More Maritime Culture Forum
Ningbo Maritime Museum, Royal Greenwich Museum
Sailing for More is organized by the “China National Maritime Day” Organizing Committee, and co-organized by the Institute of Ancient Chinese Ships, Qing'an Guild Hall, Ningbo Museum and Ningbo Port and Shipping Administration Bureau. The theme of this year’s forum is Modern Chinese Maritime Culture and Foreign Trade from the Perspective of Maritime Silk Road. Tony Clemson, Deputy Consul General Shanghai will deliver a keynote speech at the forum.
Portrait of Chinese Junks Exhibition
Eastern Zhejiang Qing’an Guild Hall
An exhibition organised by the Institute of Ancient Chinese Ships (IoACS), in collaboration with the Royal Museum Greenwich in London and supported by the British Council and a number of other organisations. The exhibition provides a unique experience presenting life along coastline areas of China in the 1930s. It will be accompanied by a series of related events, enhancing maritime knowledge and promoting cultural exchange between the East and West.