A Virtual Presentation
Saturday 30 January | 10am – 1pm | Register Here
Welcome to Charity!
Cantonese and English
A virtual presentation of quantative and qualitive findings from the Jockey Club Expressive Arts Programme for Children, a three-year arts-based empowerment programme for children with special educational needs and their teachers, funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust and organised by The Sovereign Art Foundation and the Centre on Behavioral Health, The University of Hong Kong.
The findings, to be shared publicly for the first time, carry significant implications for students and educators in Hong Kong and provide an exciting basis for discussion on the future of expressive arts therapy-related programmes in Hong Kong.
Whether you are an educator, social worker, parent, or someone who is interested in the arts, this presentation will provide great insight into the importance of expressive arts practices.
10:00am | Welcoming | Ms. Tiffany Pinkstone, Director of SAF
10:10am | Introduction of the Programmes| Ms. Mimi Tung, Head of Programme Design and Lead Art Therapist, and Prof. Rainbow Ho – Director of the Centre on Behavioral Health, and the Master of Expressive Arts Therapy programme, The University of Hong Kong
10:30am | Presentation of Research Findings and Qualitative Findings with Testimonials from Teachers and Students | Ms. Yana Ng, Course Planning Teacher and Art Therapist, and Ms. Joyce Fong – Research Coordinator of the Centre on Behavioral Health , The University of Hong Kong
11:25am | Break
11:40am | Expressive Arts Experiential Activities with Dr Grace Kwan, Registered Art Therapist
11:55am | “The Use of Expressive Arts for SEN” Panel Discussion | led by Dr Grace Kwan, Ms. Zoe So & Ms. Julia Choi – Registered Arts Therapist (Expressive Arts), Ms. Christina Lum, Art Facilitator
12:35pm | Q&A
Free to attend any and all online sessions. Register here.
Ms. Joan Kwan
+852 5248 3365