Business & Management Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship
ArtTech is a blue ocean that poses great potential for Hong Kong to flourish and thrive in the global art scene. In this workshop, we will explore the disruptions of ArtTech from the perspective of business innovation and the impact of Digital Art and NFT on the art markets.
- Develop an understanding of Innovation in Art Market and ArtTech
- Equip with key concepts of digital art evaluation
- Acquire basic knowledge of Non-fungible Token (NFT) and its dealing
- Develop key skills in the application of NFT dealing
- Acquire entrepreneurial knowledge in online art dealing
Session 1 (10:00am - 1:00pm): Innovation in Art Market and ArtTech - Mr Heiman Ng
- The promotion of ArtTech in Hong Kong
- Virtual exhibition as an alternative art space
- The Evaluation of Digital Art
- The Rise of NFT and what it means to the art world
Session 2 (2:00pm - 5:00pm): NFT Market for Art and Collectibles - Dr Colin Lee
- Introduction to non-fungible token (NFT), with elaboration on ERC 721 & 1151; Binance NFT
- NFT case study for Art and Collectibles
- Features of global NFT Platforms
- The Power of Decentralised Finance (DeFi) and NFT
- From Old Economy to New Economy: Community, Decentralized, Reinventing Organizations & Ecosystem
- Beyond the Art Value: NFT Platforms in Hong Kong
Session 3 (2:00pm - 5:00pm): Online Art Dealing and Entrepreneurship - Dr Irene Lau
- Edge of online art dealing
- Innovative business model for the art market
- How to become an art entrepreneur
- Business sustainability of art dealing
Who Should Attend
- Art Dealers
- Art Business Professionals
- Art Lovers
- Museum and Gallery Curators
- IT Professional
- Anyone interested to join the art market and ArtTech professions
Mr Heiman Ng
Heiman is a senior art advisor with more than 10 years of experience in art consulting, curating, and training in Greater China. Prior to joining Digital Art Fair as the Director and Head of Business Development, he was the Course Leader of Christie’s Education, Asia, and Head of Press of Bonhams.
He is currently teaching as a part-time Lecturer in The University of Hong Kong (Programme: Global Creative Industries) and HKU SPACE (Programme: Executive Workshop “Innovation in ArtTech and NFT”) respectively. He is also part of the Academic Advisory Board of the Sociology Department of Hong Kong Shue Yan University.
Dr Colin Lee
Dr Colin Lee Chi Kin is a blockchain industry analyst, organizer of Ethereum South and Southeast Asia, founder of the Blockchain Industry Analyst Association, holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from Shanghai University of Finance and Economics , Doctoral Degree in financial Management from European University, Digital Transformation qualification at Cambridge University, UK .
Dr Lee had published research papers on the "contemporary economy" and "China's strategic emerging industries" . He was appointed Lecturer on the advanced blockchain training course to the CEIBS Business Review and China Europe International Business School. He was also invited to be guest lecturer at the Peking University Shenzhen Research Institute SME Growth Index. In 2018, Dr Lee led the panel of experts for the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of the People's Republic of China and wrote the syllabus and content of China's continuing engineering education blockchain technology application management post curriculum.
Dr Lee established Asia's first digital transformation professional service (Digital BuildRise) in 2019 to make various new technology financial projects fully process compliance. He is currently the director of digital economy and transformation of listed company, and his leadership team provides digital transformation solutions for listed companies in Asia. His professional experience also include regional manager of the insurance group, the founder of the family office & family fund, the hotel, real estate development investor, and the founder of the Fintech & Medical System Technology company.
Dr Irene Lau
Dr Irene Lau is a part-time lecturer of HKU SPACE. She teaches marketing in the Global MBA programme of the University of London and has been the dissertation supervisor for MA Arts and Cultural Enterprise of the University of Arts London. She was the Deputy Director of Senior Executive Programme in the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Hong Kong and has over 20 years of experience in executive education.
Dr Lau is currently the Chairman of the Central and Western District Association for Culture and Arts. She holds professional qualifications as the Fellow of The International Institute of Management (FIIM), Fellow of The Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (FCIS, FCS) and Fellow of the Hong Kong Institution of Directors (HKIoD). She was graduated from The University of Cambridge with research focus on business sustainability.
Statement of Attendance
Students who have achieved not less than 70% attendance will be awarded a Statement of Attendance by HKU SPACE.
Days / Time
- Saturday, 10:00am - 5:00pm
- Saturday, 2:00pm - 5:00pm
- HKU SPACE Learning Centre
- Course Fee: HK$4200 per person (Online payment available)
Group Rate: HK$3600 per person (Package for 2 persons or more, please enroll at the Learning Centre under the same transaction)
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