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PART-TIME FACULTY FOR POST-SECONDARY, UNDERGRADUATE AND POST-GRADUATE PROGRAMMES

PART-TIME

2019/2020 ACADEMIC YEAR

In a city renowned for its international outlook and connections, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts plays a unique and influential role in developing future generations of performing artists and practitioners in film & television and the theatre technical arts. The Academy's six Schools; Dance, Drama, Film and Television, Music, Theatre & Entertainment Arts, and Chinese Opera, make the Academy a vibrant centre of practice, production, teaching and practice-as-research. Its outstanding reputation is reinforced by the quality of its performers and its partnerships with other centres of excellence locally, regionally and internationally. With international residencies, visiting artists and alumni, which include some of the most respected professionals in their disciplines, the Academy is committed to the training of future world-class performers and practitioners. 

The Academy employs leading practitioner-teacher-scholars in a wide range of artistic and academic disciplines.  Part-time faculty positions for high quality applicants may be available for specified periods during the academic year.  First Semester and Winter Term of Academic Year 2019/2020 will cover  2 September 2019 to 18 January 2020;  Second Semester and Summer Term, from 3 February 2020 to 13 June 2020.  The Academy welcomes talented and inspiring faculty as possible part-time opportunities occur in the following:         

SCHOOL OF CHINESE OPERA
Foundation Work / Performance Movement / Cantonese Opera Performance Conventions and Routine Sets / Cantonese Opera Vocal Training / Percussion Training / Musical Instrument Training / Cantonese Opera Make-up and Costumes / Chinese Opera Repertoire / Practical Performance / Cantonese Opera Script Writing / Introduction to Chinese Theatre / Analysis of Cantonese Opera Singing / History of Cantonese Opera / Readings in Chinese Operatic Literature / Readings in Chinese Drama / Introduction to Chinese Music / Theory of Accompaniment and Analysis / Cantonese Opera Notation / Theory of Chinese Operatic Tunes and Melody Writing / Creative Structuring of Cantonese Operatic Singing and Instrumentation / Music Theory of Cantonese Opera and Aural Training / Cantonese Music Orchestral Training

SCHOOL OF DANCE
Ballet / Chinese Dance / Contemporary Dance / Improvisation / Contact Improvisation / 身韻 (Shenyun) / Choreography / Aesthetics and Criticism / Music for Dance / Anatomy & Dance Science / Dance History / Dance Education / Body Work / Dancer Wellness

Master’s Programme
Contemporary Dance Practice / Arts Practice / 20th Century Dance History (Chinese and Western) / Dance Education

SCHOOL OF DRAMA 
Acting / Movement / Tai Chi / History of Theatre / Directing

Master’s Programme
Drama in Education / Applied Theatre / Psychological Approaches to Acting / Physical Approaches to Acting / Theatre and Technology / Dramaturgy

SCHOOL OF FILM AND TELEVISION
Production Management / Screenwriting / Directing / Camera and Lighting / Sound / Art Direction

Master’s Programme
Producing / Production Design / Screenwriting / Editing / Sound / Cinematography / Directing / Documentary / Cultural Journalism

SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Western and Chinese Instrumental Music Performance / Western Vocal Studies / Composition and Electronic Music / Conducting / Contextual Studies in Music / Choir / Western and Chinese Orchestration

Master’s Programme
Western and Chinese Instrumental Music Performance / Western Vocal Studies / Composition and Electronic Music / Conducting

SCHOOL OF THEATRE AND ENTERTAINMENT ARTS
Set and Costume Design / Model-making / Technical Drawing / Drawing / Costume Technology / Property Art / Scenic Art / Lighting Design / Electrical Engineering / Project Management / Event Management / Sound Design / Music Recording / Sound System Design / Electronics /  Photography / Music Appreciation / Music Technology / Technical Management / Production Management / Sound Operation / Health and Safety for Theatre / Make-up Design / Period Styles / Communication Techniques / Recording Engineering / Audio Mastering / Motion Graphics / Video System Engineering /  VR & AR / Mobile App Programming / Interaction Design / UX Design / Media Server Programming / Video Art / Visualisation for Lighting Design / Moving Light Programming

Master’s Programme
Motion Graphics / Video System Engineering /  VR & AR / Mobile App Programming / Interaction Design / UX Design / Media Server Programming / Fundraising and Sponsorship / Creative Industries / Arts Management Policy and Practice / Scenic Design / Performance Theory and Practice / Scenography / Spatial Design/Costume Design / Costume Technology & Construction / Costume Management / Technical Direction / Production Management / Arts Marketing and Audience Development / Event Management / Arts Facility Management / Arts and the Law

COMPLEMENTARY STUDIES
- General Education 
   Art, Literature and Humanities / Science, Technology and the Environment / Social, Economic and Cultural Issues

- Language
  English / Putonghua / Cantonese

- Applied Learning
  Dance / Drama / Stage Management and Stagecraft

APPLICATIONS

Applicants are expected to be degree holders in a relevant discipline, or demonstrate the highest level professional training to an equivalent level; plus relevant high level professional and international experience together with the ability to teach in English or Chinese.  Prospective language faculty should be professionally qualified as teachers.  Interested parties applying to teach Master’s Degree programmes are expected to hold a terminal degree in a relevant discipline, together with a track record of high-level professional practice.  For some areas of study, current professional practitioners are preferred whilst for others, university-level teaching experience would be necessary.  Qualified and interested persons are invited to apply by completing a prescribed application form which will be kept on file under subject discipline until such a time when a vacancy may arise.  When a specific post becomes available, shortlisted applicants will be contacted for interview.  Application forms can be obtained from the Human Resources Office, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, No.1 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong or by e-mail (hro@hkapa.edu).  Application remains open throughout the year.  Applications received will be kept on file for consideration by the Academy for one academic year only.

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