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Culture Care with Connie Lam (HKU '96)

Culture Care is everyones business. Everyone can — and I gratefully acknowledge that many people from all sorts of backgrounds do — contribute to the common good. These conversations are open to all people of good will. To make culture inhabitable, to make it a place of nurture for creativity, we must all choose to give away beauty gratuitously.

As part of our reflection on the values of Culture Care, IAMHK is organising the first event this year in the form of a dialogue with Connie Lam (Hong Kong Arts Centre). Come join us for an evening of sharing.

Date: Tuesday, 25 April 2017
Time: 7:30 – 9:00 pm
Venue: Watermark Community Centre, 5/F, 6 Wilmer Street, Sai Ying Pun
Language: Conducted in English
Free Admission

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Connie Lam, Executive Director, Hong Kong Arts Centre

Graduated from the University of Hong Kong with double majors in Fine Arts and Comparative Literature, Connie Lam joined the Hong Kong Arts Centre (HKAC) in 1997 and has been the Executive Director since 2009.  She has been very active in promoting the development of the Hong Kong art scene by serving in a number of committees and panels including the Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association, the Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre, the Hong Kong Film Development Council, etc.
In 2006, she initiated a series of exhibitions focusing on the development of Hong Kong comic art, which later gave birth to the Comix Home Base in 2013, Hong Kongs first art community dedicated to local comics and animation. 

Connie is also dedicated in audience-building by initiating programmes such as in the Street Music Series, Open Dance and recently became the chair of Passoverdance 新約舞流.

International Arts Movement, Hong Kong Chapter
The mission of International Arts Movement is to collaborate with culture care affiliates to nurture artists and creative catalysts, academics and professionals, to provide a sanctuary in which to gather, learn, collaborate, and create. IAM serves as a catalytic agent for the renewal of our cultural ecosystem and to create bridges between cultures.

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