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藝穗會 TO DIALOGUE

【平衡木上的腳步】

每個人都曾經有自己的使命和目標。 有些人選擇了一條簡單的路,而有些人則選擇了一條充滿挑戰和糾結的路。 然而,無論選擇哪條路,我們都必須面對一些內心糾結,這些糾結可能會使我們感到困惑和無力。那我們該如何從中開脱呢? 一場深度對話可能是解決這些糾結的一種方式。在對話中,我們可以向幾位順從自己使命的創作人,環保項目發起人傾訴自己人生困惑,如何從糾結中得到力量去堅持初衷。我們亦可以通過這場對話,找原來大家多麼的類似,與自己來一場促膝詳談。

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【平衡木上的腳步】
【平衡木上的腳步】

Time & Location

29 Apr 2023, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

藝穗會 TO DIALOGUE, 2 Lower Albert Rd, Central, Hong Kong

About The Event

Jane Wong

Jane has a rich background as a performance artist with a focus on sexual violence, trauma and healing. She is a healing coach and runs an art therapy community called Radical Peaceful. She hosts a variety of workshops around the body, exploring the relationship between body, life, nature, healing and art. Jane graduated from Lingnan University with a master’s degree in cultural studies.

SHARON YEUNG

Director / Producer

Sharon is a multimedia director-producer who makes documentaries in short, feature and immersive formats. Her recent work includes MADE: meet me at the end of the assembly line, a VR documentary that follows an iPhone factory worker in China, which is launching this year at the Games for Change Festival and Create Your Own, an interactive documentary about creativity and young people’s search for identity which has won multiple digital awards like W3 and DFA Awards in the past.

She is compelled by characters with a strong sense to mobilize change and she experiments with a range of forms and strives to push the boundaries of multidisciplinary storytelling. In 2017, she founded Singing Cicadas; a female led collective that creates immersive non-fiction storytelling around social justice issues.

She is currently working on her feature documentary which has been funded by Chicken and Egg and Rooftop Filmmakers, and pitched at CPH:DOX, IDFA, Sheffield and Sundance. She is a fellow at DOCNYC, Sundance Producers Summit as well as IDFA DocLab. Very occasionally when she is not making films, she makes storytelling board games.

Ren Wan

Born and brought up in Hong Kong, Ren Wan is dedicated to live as an ethical, responsible and conscious urbanite. As Managing Editor of WestEast Magazine, Asia’s leading and internationally distributed fashion and culture publication, she brings to intellectual readers insightful stories about urban issues, environment, culture and fashion. With a strong belief in market environmentalism as a practical way to promote the right values, Ren co-founded JUPYEAH, Hong Kong’s pioneering swap event organiser and sharing economy advocate that provides practical solutions for reducing waste and irresponsible consumption.

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