Apart from organizing dance workshops for the elderly, the project also aims to provide training for local professional choreographers, dancers and artists, to equip them with experience on dance education, and the opportunity to develop a sustainable framework for the elderly, bringing attention to promote dance and art as a powerful vehicle for active ageing and healthy community.
Artistic Director (Project)｜Gabbie CHAN
Adviser (Project) | Pewan CHOW
Observer | HYF | Vivian TING
Cyrus HUI | Cherry Tsz Yan LEUNG | Jo LEUNG | LO Sze Long Sarah | Cally YIP
Visual Arts｜ Nina CHIU Lai Yin
Imelda C. | Joycine HO | Lauren HO Hiu Mei | Jonathan HUNG
LIU heung man | LO King San | TANG Ho Kay | Liz TSUI
Szeling WONG | Gigi YANG | Kingie YAU | Kerry Cheung
The Workshop aims to provide an interactive platform for the project instructors, to enhance the strategy and lesson plans on creative education for the silver-haired.By inviting Dance Teachers, Professionals of the Elderly Services, Social Workers/ Professionals from Social Work Industry, Practitioners in Art Therapy/ Art Education, or Students from relevant fields of study joining the workshops, it is expected to allow the instructors to understand and gain more teaching experiences. With dance as the focus, each session will be led by a choreographer and an artist of other disciplines (Architect / Music / Text / Visual Arts).
Participants who have completed the "Train-the-Trainers Workshop" may be invited to join the recruitment of assistant instructors for the 2023-24 and 2024-25 Jockey Club “Move with the Silver Flow” Dance and Well-being Project.
Participants: Dance Teachers, Professionals of the Elderly Services, Social Workers/ Professionals from Social Work Industry, Practitioners in Art Therapy/ Art Education, or Students from relevant fields of study
The first round of the Train-the-Trainers Workshops for 2023-24 will be held in late 2023, please stay tuned for the latest information!
For any inquiries about the project, please contact Project Manager at 5407 6047 or email@example.com.
Photography: Hardy Cheung