Game Night Surviving the Art World

  © Surviving the Art World

Fri, 31.03.2023

Goethe-Institut Hongkong Library

How do artists develop their careers in the art world?

Join us at the game night and have fun with the "Surviving the Art World" board game. Going through the paths of local artists: sharing a studio with friends, participating in an exhibition, finding a part-time job, applying for funding, and updating your IG posts, you are required to manage yourself as well as your art projects while collecting creative works and energy points to be a successful artist.

Mapping the local art ecology, this board game invites you to think about interacting with the private and public sectors and making professional choices without compromises. 

Tickets: HK$50, via art-mate

Another session of the Game Night "Surviving the Art World" will take place on April 7, 2023 (Fri) from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM: 
Game Night: Surviving the Art World - Goethe-Institut Hong Kong.


   © Jeff Leung Chin Fung Jeff LEUNG Chin Fung is an independent curator and part-time lecturer, while also having a wealth of experience working as exhibition administrator for different galleries and institutions. He is keen to showcase Hong Kong art at different places, including the inaugural show “Arte Hiking” (2010) of K11 Art Mall, and ‘Sparkle! Neo Travel: Creative and Cultural Docent@ Community’ (2017), which focuses on creative and culturally related docent-led tours. In 2012, Jeff received the ACC Fellowship, during which he absorbed new ideas from exchanging with other artists in New York.

   © Ivy Leung Ivy LEUNG Wing Shan is the creative director and founder of Mediators Rock Limited, which focuses on marketing, production and evaluation in arts and culture sector. She has over 15 years’ experience in the arts, cultural and education sector, working as journalist, PR & marketing consultant, and project manager. Her recent projects include interpretive strategies development for “The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Women and Femininity in Ancient China –— Treasures from the Nanjing Museum (2022) and “20/20 Hong Kong Print Art Exhibition” (2020), “Centre Street Soeng5 Lok6: Social Impact Study” (2022-2024) and “Via North Point’ Public Art Project: Participants Evaluation” (2020-2022)), and curating “Wait in the Time of Pandemic” exhibition (2022). She is keen on arousing public interest in arts through effective marketing strategies.