Human, Machine, Art, Creativity:
An International Symposium
Date: 9-11 March 2022
Venue: Western Monastery, Pier 1929, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
This event serves as a precursor to the research project entitled “Building Platform Technologies for Symbiotic Creativity in Hong Kong” and will be held before the launch of the three application projects. We intend to invite well-known scientists, artists, and members of the industry and the public from all over the world to participate in this event to exchange ideas, share experiences and ignite sparks in the fields of AI and arts, so as to determine the future development direction of these fields. At that time, philosophical wisdom will be nurtured in the graceful Western Monastery; beauty and art will be created at Pier 1929; and the white paper and achievements exhibition of AI and arts will be displayed to the public at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
QS Asia-Pacific Professional Leaders in Education (QS APPLE) 2021 Conference
Date: 1-3 November 2021
Hong Kong Baptist University hosted the QS Asia-Pacific Professional Leaders in Education (QS APPLE) 2021 Conference from 1 to 3 November. This year’s virtual event gathered inspiring thought leaders and world-renowned experts to examine “Future Rebalance: Emerging trends and workforce in the Asia Pacific”. With a rich program of interactive panels and keynotes spread across 5 exciting conference tracks – Crossing Disciplinary Divides | Thriving Through Collaboration | Cultivating Great Minds | Finding the Next Big Thing | Student Flows During a Pandemic.
Date: 31 August 2021
Venue: WLB 103/Zoom (Lam Woo International Conference Centre, HKBU)
1. Where is Technological Innovation Heading in Arts and Culture?
2. How and Why do Organisations Invest In Art Technologie?
Art Technologies of today
Prof Yike Guo, Vice-President (Research and Development), HKBU
Future Art Cinema Systems: Next Generation Art Technologies
Prof Sarah Kenderdine, laboratory for Experimental Museology (eM+), EPFL
Prof Jeffrey Shaw, Yeung Kin Man Chair Professor of Media Art, CityU
Prof Mette Hjort, Dean of Arts, HKBU