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【建築|藝術專業】沉浸式體驗故宮之美

HKPM

香港故宮博物館千呼萬喚始出來,無論是珍貴的館藏還是建築設計,均可見北京故宮的影子與巧思。例如香港故宮博物館的設計便以紫禁城為靈感,米金色為主色,正門入口的紅色大門的玻璃門釘,則參照紫禁城的朱門。

想沉浸式體驗建築、藝術品與文學中蘊含的氣韻意境,並用相機留下倩影?

 

立即瀏覽以下「建築丶藝術文化與美學」系列課程,以煥然一新的角度欣賞眼前的珍寶奇趣!

理論與實踐並重 - 本課程旨在提供全面戲劇知識,從編、導、演,到戲劇歷史、教育、美學都會涵蓋在內,目的在於讓學員體驗戲劇當中不同領域,培養多方面興趣。
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開課日期 待定
修業期 1年
課程費用 HK$21,500
We offer a broad range of architecture courses from award-bearing courses to provide students with the foundation to study architecture at the tertiary level, to interest courses on architecture and design topics and technical courses on the practice of architecture.
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Start To be advised
Duration 3 years

The construction industry is one of the driving forces behind Hong Kong’s economy and the career development is optimistic. This programme would be attractive to the general public and professionals who are interested in building control. Prior applicants included structural engineers, property agents, building surveyors, etc.
 

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Start To be advised
Duration 9 months
Fee HK$13,088
This programme aims to enable students to make an in-depth pursuit in both academic studies (criticism and theory) and practices (applied skills) in contemporary photography. The overall background and knowledge of contemporary issues in photography will be discussed. Students are expected to deal with historical perspectives, criticism and theory in photography and to explore contemporary lens-based image-making through a curriculum in the culture, history, theory and practice of photography. Students will be trained to reflect their learning through essays and photographic project work.
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Start 26 OCT 2022 (WED)
Duration 1 year
Fee HK$41,580
This programme aims to introduce students to the key meanings and structures of visual culture and thus help them investigate the ways in which cultural meanings are articulated, interpreted and communicated through different forms of visual-cultural practices, such as films, photographs, advertisements and museum displays etc. This programme will also introduce a range of visual research methods and media production techniques which develop students’ capacities in both analysing and creating visual-oriented projects.
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Start 13 FEB 2023 (MON)
Duration 36 hours
Fee HK$10,000
The Postgraduate Diploma in Media and Cultural Critique programm aims to develop students’ critical understanding of media and cultural institutions, ideologies and policies and their relationships with social and economic reality. This programme provides a grounding in the media and then visual, socio-cultural and economic content, and makes it possible for graduates to further study in media and cultural studies, creative industries, media management and advertising.

 

 
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Start To be advised
Duration 7 months
Fee HK$39,000
Hong Kong's cultural and creative industries have grown at a rate faster than the overall economy in recent years. This Programme is designed  to equip you with practical knowledge of the activities, structures and processes involved in the management in this dynamic sector.
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Start 15 OCT 2022 (SAT)
Duration 1 year
Fee HK$32,000

The programme aims to provide students with a multi-disciplinary approach to the study of communication and culture with an emphasis on media and cultural studies. More specifically, it trains the students to be critical consumers and ethical communicators through discussions that allow them to understand the power of both mediated and non-mediated communication in specific cultural contexts. The programme also addresses how existing and emerging forms of new media construct identities and shape lives by examining the relationship between communication and cultures.

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Start 03 OCT 2022 (MON)
Duration 20 months
Fee HK$38,000
(payable in 5 equal installments)
This programme will focus on key debates on popular culture and cultural consumption in relation to the media. Issues of pleasure, politics, meaning and value will be raised in connection with a range of cultural forms. Situated historically in the twentieth century, the programme analyses the development of mass culture as a socio-economic form, and as a term emerging in relation to other media forms, such as Hollywood movies, television programmes, music, art, print and new media. A range of theoretical perspectives will inform the analysis. The consumption of popular culture is addressed through recent ethnographic and qualitative work on audiences. 
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Start 13 FEB 2023 (MON)
Duration 36 hours
Fee HK$10,000

 

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