教育機構

香港美術教育協會

Hong Kong Society For Education In Art

香港美術教育協會簡介

香港美術教育協會(HKSEA)於1992年成立,屬香港非牟利慈善團體。1998年起獲香港藝術發展局行政資助至今,為本地最具代表性的美術教育團體。舉辦的活動主要環繞在推廣本地藝術文化及美術教育方面,計有:各項美術教學研習班、視覺藝術工作坊、展覽、參觀交流團、專題講座、本港及外國美術教學法交流、國際美術教育座談會等。本會會員包括大專、中小學、幼稚園美術教師、藝術家及藝術行政人員等。歷年致力推廣美術教育與教師專業的發展;出版的美育書刊,亦成為海內外美育同工的重要參考刊物。目前,本會會員逾1800人,主要來自大專院校、中小學視覺藝術科教師及藝術界別人士。本會曾三度得到香港藝術發展局所頒發的「香港藝術發展獎」,2003年本會榮獲「藝術推廣獎‧優秀藝術教育獎(非學校組)」金獎,2008年得到「藝術教育獎(非學校組)」銅獎,以及2010年得到「藝術教育獎(非學校組)」銀獎,「備受業界及社會人士的認同和肯定。現為獲得香港藝術發展局三年資助藝團之一。

本會主辦的大型計劃如下:
1. 「光的藝術」校園推廣計劃 (由曼佳美慈善信託基金贊助,2008-2012)
2.  塗鴉全方位服務學習與青少年藝術教育社區學校協作計劃 (由迪士尼慈善基金贊助,2009)
3. 「展藝跳躍」建共融慈善計劃 (由周大褔慈善基金贊助,2010)
4.  見證香港藝術:多元感觀及媒體藝術評賞與創作教學計劃 (由香港藝術發展局資助,2011)
5.  香港視覺藝術教育節 (由香港藝術發展局資助,2003-2016)

Since its establishment in 1992, the HKSEA, a non-profit organization, has been making continuous progress in its work. The Association was honored to receive Art Promotion Award: Award for Art Education (Non-School Division) Gold Award in 2004, Bronze Award in 2008 and Silver Award in 2010 from Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC), and it is currently the three-year grant recipient of HKADC.

The activities organized by the Association are mainly aimed at promoting art and art education. They include art education workshops, visits, topical talks, exhibitions, international interface on art education methodology, international art education panel discussions, etc. The large scale projects such as “Art of Light Project” (funded by Megaman from 2008 to 2012), “WeWow Rabbit Charity Scheme” (funded by Chow Tai Fook Charity Fund in 2010), “Graffiti Art Project” (funded by Disney in 2009), Hong Kong Visual Art Education Festival (funded by HKADC from 2003-2016) organized by the Association are renowned. The Association's publication 'Hong Kong Art Education Journal' is currently the only periodical journal for art education professionals.  It is distributed to art teachers, arts administrators, public libraries and other education professionals.  Members of the Association are included art teachers of kindergartens, primary, secondary schools and tertiary institutes, and arts administrators.