Youth & Young Adults

High school students, university students, and young professionals aged 14-25 are the target audience of AAA’s Youth and Young Adult programmes. Through collaborative peer-led engagement with works of art and creative issues, AAA provides an opportunity for young audiences to develop, complicate, and challenge their interest in art.



 

Learning Labs

Learning Labs aim to equip young people to think and talk about contemporary art. Supported by a team of university volunteers from arts-related disciplines, and facilitated by artists and art professionals, the programme empowers Hong Kong’s youth to approach art with better understanding and appreciation while creating a platform that encourages dialogue and exchange.


Previous Learning Labs, click here.

Summer Camp

Summer Camp is for secondary six students who have recently received their Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education. It aims to encourage students to actively engage with art as a means of self-discovery.

For more information, click here.

 

 

My Art Future

My Art Future is a sharing session by current students or recent gradutes on arts-related disciplines offered at universities and tertiary education institutions in Hong Kong to support senior Secondary school students as they select upcoming university programmes.

For more information, click here.


My Art Future: Salon for Young Adults

The programme is a series of salon-style discussions that aims to support tertiary education students, recent graduates, and young professionals with an interest in art as they consider pursuing a future in the field. 

For more information, click here.
 

 

PageNEXT

PageNEXT is a group of volunteers dedicated to introducing and promoting contemporary art to their peers. They provide support to and receive support by AAA in programmes. The group exchange ideas and collaborate as a team to become a young leaders of the art community. 

Learn more about PageNEXT through their own website.

Internships

AAA offers full-time summer internships and part-time spring and fall internships to undergraduate and graduate students from both local and international schools. Internships at AAA are unpaid, but present a rare chance to gain insight into a dynamic organisation at the centre of contemporary art in the region. 

For more information on each internship term and positions available, please visit: www.aaa.org.hk/internship.

 

Past Learning Labs

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