Zuni Season 2020 - Art ○ Society ○ Technology
Co-Artistic Directors: Danny Yung, Mathias Woo

Art - Zuni’s experimental art is a constructive, revolutionary stream of energy. It propels the advancement of society, politics and aesthetics standards. It isn’t a consumerist product for entertainment or political propaganda, nor is it a mere artistic practice. It interacts with society and has an impact on its development. 
Society - Zuni’s pioneering art identifies the limitations of various social systems and artistic practices. Through experimental creative endeavors including theater work, cultural exchange and civil education, Zuni introduces audiences from various backgrounds to the many facets of art, be it intellectual, humanistic or diversified. Zuni guides reflections and inspires imaginations. 

Technology - Technology changes society, artistic creation and ways of viewing. Zuni leads the way in exploring stage technology, shaping its future along with that of performing arts.  Zuni’s findings benefit the industry and bring society and art closer.
Support Us
Zuni Icosahedron finds its roots in Hong Kong. As the most iconic professional experimental theatre group in Hong Kong, a non-profit charitable cultural organization and an member of the The Hong Kong Council of Social Service, Zuni has always shared high-quality art with the underprivileged and students through  the Zuni Welfare Ticket Scheme and Zuni Liberal Studies & Arts-in-Education Programme respectively. Your support and donation is crucial for us to sustain these initiatives. 

Zuni's Welfare Ticket Scheme was launched in 2011. Discounted tickets are offered to enable more people from different sectors of the society to have exposure to theatre and experimental arts. In the past 9 years, the programme has supported 140 social welfare agencies, benefitting over 59000 donees. 

Zuni Liberal Studies & Arts-in-Education Programme was launched in 2009, covering topics such as local social issues and civic education. Over 300 schools have joined student matinees and school tours. In response to the government's initiatives to support young people's "education, career pursuit and home ownership, and encouraging their participation in politics as well as public policy discussion and debate", Zuni initiated stage technology training programmes with higher education institutions. Creative Playground, an experimental theatre course for youths, was held. Overseas and mainland cultural exchange tours for young art administrators were held to nurture and broaden their horizons. 

At the moment, regular government funding constitutes 60% of Zuni's annual income. The rest of the revenue is raised on our own. In recent years, the government has launched the "Matching Grants Scheme". For each dollar an art organisation raises, the government would match it with another dollar. Your donation and sponsorship, regardless of the actual amount, has the potential to double up in its impact. 

* Subjected to the terms and conditions of the "Marching Grants Scheme".
Donations of $100 or above are eligible for tax reduction with receipts. Donations of $1,000 or above will be acknowledged in our 2020/21 season website and annual report. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
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