About the Project
The Ear Up Record Label Creation and Incubation Program is an innovative youth arts scheme aimed at raising the quality of local music creation and advocate marketing as an empowering tool for the sustainable development of the local music industry. Local music talents will be recruited and equipped with training through mentorship and lessons. Topics be explored include live performance, indie label / music SME establishment, operation and marketing strategies. Throughout the program, we will create local and overseas platforms and foster cultural exchanges among the cross-strait four regions and the industries.
By pooling together the talents of the industry as well as the other creative industries, we hope to magnify the development of the indie label / music SME, enhance their standard to international levels, introducing them to the overseas market and further advance the development of the local music industry.
Applications are invited for below post:
Senior Project Manager (12 months)
Please note the final offer of the positions will be pending on final government funding, and the offer may be a part-time mode depending on qualification, experiences and capabilities of candidates to deliver the project deliverables within the project timeline. Interested parties please click “Apply Now” or email resume with current salary, salary expected to Renaissance Foundation. Deadline of application 12 Apr 2019.
Applicants not invited for interview within 2 months may consider their applications unsuccessful. All information will be used solely for recruitment purpose and will be destroyed when the recruitment process is finished.
Vision & Mission
Founded in 2012 and based in Hong Kong, the Renaissance Foundation, a non-profit charitable organization, is dedicated to nurturing upcoming generations of young creative talent. It sponsors independent creation and incubates new networks of cultural industries, establishing a professional platform to facilitate entry into international markets. The Foundation links up creative pioneers in the international arena with the like-minded communities in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and Mainland China. It imparts creative experiences with innovative visions and attitudes that improve lives and expand horizons in civil society.
The Foundation has been a long-term advocate for the development of independent music, film, creative writing and multi-disciplinary arts. To date, grants obtained from the Home Affairs Bureau of the Hong Kong SAR Government, Create Hong Kong of the Commerce and Economic Development Bureau, Lee Hysan Foundation, and the US Consulate General in Hong Kong and Macau, as well as various private donors.
Our goal: Promoting Cultural Diversity through New Waves of Young Creatives