DANCE Kho is a Contemporary Dance company established in Hong Kong by dancer, choreographer and educator Kirsten Ho. Founded in 2012, the company is currently based in London, UK.
Unique to Hong Kong, DANCE Kho brings a fresh approach to Contemporary Dance, presenting high-energy works inspired by social and cultural values found in Hong Kong. Education is also at the heart of DANCE Kho. The company has worked with thousands of young people to promote Modern and Contemporary Dance as a source of physical expression and creative thinking. We envision dance to be accessible to all young people.
The Contemporary Dance movement is always evolving and we hope to contribute to Hong Kong’s independent dance scene by supporting and collaborating with local and international artists.
Founder of DANCE Kho, Kirsten Ho is a Eurasian born in Scotland and raised in Hong Kong. Introduced to dance by Mary Griffiths, Kirsten trained at The Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts, London Studio Centre- University of the Arts London and The Ailey School (New York).
Kirsten has worked with prolific choreographers and companies including Move The House (New York), Nutkhut’s BollyWood Steps (UK National Tour), Muna Tseng Dance Projects (Jacob’s Pillow) and H.T. Chen and Dancers (Joyce Theatre among others), and has taught at many schools including the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts. Her choreography has been performed in Hong Kong, across New York and at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
藝高現代舞蹈團創辦人賀倩瑩是歐亞混血兒，生於蘇格蘭，長於香港。自小接受 Mary Griffths的訓練，其後在香港演藝學院、London Studio Centre及The Ailey School 繼續進修。
賀氏曾與多位優秀編舞家及舞蹈團合作，並參與各個演出，如紐約 Move The House、英國全國巡演《Bollywood Steps》、雅各枕舞蹈節中的Muna Tseng Dance Projects及Joyce Theatre中的陳學同舞蹈團。賀氏亦於多間學院任教，當中包括香港演藝學院，而她的編舞作品也曾於香港及紐約公開演出。
DIMENSION BETWEEN IMAGINARY & REALITY
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Stickyline’s designers start with papers. By folding and creasing them, we produce eco-friendly and practical products, eg. fashion accessory, lighting and toys. Their creations cross fields and can be seen as installation art, stage design and window displays.
Stickyline was founded in 2011 by Mic Leong & Soilworm Lai.
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Takao Komaru Photography
TAKAO KOMARU is a photographer and a videographer specializing in dance photography and has worked for Jessica Lang Dance, Jennifer Muller The Works, Albano Ballet and Metropolitan Ballet Academy. His work was recently featured in “The NY Times”, “Dance Magazine” USA, “The New Britain Herald”, “The Hartford Courant” and “Connecticut Magazine”.