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Past Events in the Institute for Research in Digital Culture and Humanities (IRDCH)

Seminar on ‘Issues in teaching and assessments of creative arts – Teaching, learning and assessing of studio-based creative arts subjects in higher education’

Dr David Yip, Lecturer in the Creative Arts programmes in the OUHK, shared his insights on teaching and assessing of creative arts subjects in a seminar held on 24 August 2015. In the seminar, Dr Yip talked about the findings in his research on formative and summative assessments in studio-based creative arts subjects from the teachers’ and students’ perceptions. He also discussed how the two contrasting modes of student assessment may complement each other in their different roles and capacities.

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Seminar on ‘Modernization of symbolic icons in traditional Chinese operas’ (傳統戲曲象徵符號的現代化運用)

Ms Shi Yi (施毅), Director of the Art Education Centre at the Shanghai University of Electric Power, was invited to give a talk on the modernization of symbolic gestures, costumes, accessories and stage decorations in Chinese operas. In the seminar, which was held on 24 August, Ms Shi reviewed the history and symbolic meanings behind gestures such as ‘orchid fingers’, ‘cloud hands’, ‘water sleeves’ and the use of fans. She also introduced several animated operas and discussed some effective methods for integrating digital technology into Chinese operas.

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For further details of the seminars, please refer to the IRDCH website.



    

 

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