Fellows @ Arts & Ideas 2017

HKETO-NY Arts Fellows take the stage June 22-24, 2017

Thu, June 22, 2017 - Sat, June 24, 2017
Fellows @ Arts & Ideas 2017
HKETO-NY Arts Fellows
1156 Chapel Street and New Haven Green
New Haven, Connecticut

Save the Date!

From June 22 to June 24, four artists from Hong Kong will be premiering their work at the International Festival of Arts & Ideas, as part of the culmination of their six-month residency through the Yale-China Arts Fellowship.

This Fellowship is for emerging professional Chinese artists. Fellows spend six months in residence in New Haven learning from practicing artists and professors at Yale and in the greater New Haven community, while developing a project of their own to be premiered at Arts & Ideas.

The program is made possible through a special partnership with the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, New York (HKETO-NY).

To learn more about this special event, please visit artidea.org/yale-china!

How can I purchase tickets?

To learn more, please visit artidea.org/yale-china!

Learn more about each Fellow by viewing their bios here.

About the Projects

The Chaos Project & in—between
Visual artist Phoebe Hui and choreographer Cai Ying blend their kinetic creations to curate a unique experience for each audience member. Immerse yourself in a hybrid of concert, performance, installation, and sculpture with everyday objects from two premier Hong Kong artists.

New Haven Green and I
Sculptor Debe Sham discusses public art with students from four public schools in New Haven, inspiring them to design their own urban playground, which will be realized as life-sized sculptures. Come play!

Never Stand Still
Interdisciplinary artist Onnie Chan is inventing a new form of theater: immersive game theater. Come learn how to play the Chinese tile game of mahjong and connect with audiences in Hong Kong through live streaming for an entirely new experience breaking out of Hong Kong’s fast-paced, contained chaos.

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