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Roundtable 2021: Arts and Well Being

Arts and Well-being: Healthy Body and Mind for People with Different Abilities


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Arts and Well-being: Healthy Body and Mind for People with Different Abilities

Bringing together a group of local and overseas practitioners from the fields of Arts and Health, this Roundtable Discussion explores how the Arts can contribute to the well-being of people with different abilities in society.
Speakers share the best practices in using the Arts to empower possibilities of all, regardless of their ability, contributing to a healthy body and mind. The Roundtable offers a valuable opportunity for experience sharing from different communities.

Date: 31 December 2021 (Wednesday)

Time: 3:00-5:30pm

Language: English, Chinese

Arts Accessibility Services provided: English and Chinese subtitles, Hong Kong Sign Language


Prof Rainbow Ho Tin-hung, Associate Dean (Postgraduate Education), Faculty of Social Sciences; Professor, Department of Social Work & Social Administration; Director, Centre on Behavioral Health; Director, Master of Expressive Arts Therapy Program; The University of Hong Kong; Engineering at Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Unlimited Possibilities of Arts for Holistic Wellbeing: From Artworks to Research Data
Ms Angel Leung, Founder of Institute for Creative Arts Therapy (HK), Credentialed Music Therapist (USA & Canada), NICU Music Therapist
Let the Arts Enrich Your Life
Mr Tido Visser, Artistic and Managing Director of the Netherlands Chamber Choir
Maartje de Lint , Founder of Singing in Care
The Arts: Starting Change
Mr Ben Pettitt-Wade, Artistic Director of Hijinx
Art as Therapy vs Art as Product
Ms Catherine Cassidy , Director of Engagement of Scottish Ballet
Scottish Ballet Health: The Benefits of Dance for those Living with Neurological Conditions


Prof Teresa Tsien , Honorary Consultant of the Institute of Active Ageing and the Jockey Club Smart Ageing Hub of the Department of Bio-Medical Engineering at Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Arts Accessibility services:

CART Captioning in English (Open Captions) and Hong Kong Sign Language interpretation are available for The “No Limits” Online Roundtable Discussion.

Speakers will give the presentations as clearly as possible and visually describe the key contents of all images and slides used.

If you have additional access requirements or any questions, please contact us.

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Co-presented by

Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust

Strategic Supporting Partner

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