Promoting Local Performing Arts Vibes. Empowering Marginalised Children and Youth.
A 3-year project with physical theatre master and educator David Glass and O Theatre Workshop. Its core mission is to use theatre and arts to empower marginalised children and young people in Hong Kong. It is a cross-disciplinary advocacy campaign, using creative interventions such as training workshops and performances.
Taking the French word “ÉLAN” (vigorous spirit) as the lead, the project assembles the joint efforts of artists, scholar and community to look into the mental health of youngsters and grown-ups through an eclectic programme of dance, theatre, music, interactive games and forum. With the aid of social media and technology, “ÉLAN” will bring together the digital and reality, igniting the creative power across the communities.
Moral has always been hoping to promote art development and sustainable goal in Hong Kong. We are super excited to work with ÉLAN Lost Child Project HK this time, knowing the story, ambition and follow-ups. Making a little bit progress every day and someday a pin a day is a groat a year.
Moral designed a Northside Messenger mini special edition for ÉLAN Lost Child Project HK. Arousing public concern towards marginalised children and youth. Promoting children and teenager mental health concern.
More events coming up soon. Please stay tuned at ÉLAN Lost Child Project HK Facebook and Taikwun website. Hang in there!