YAJA (Young Art Journalism Awards) 2018 Winners announced!
Also, 2018 is the first time Hong Kong students entered into the competition, winning one of the top awards in an instant, plus the best mobile/video submission. Well done!
It is also the first time a student from South Africa wins one of the finalist awards.
More Than Just Free Wine And Cheese
BY Chloe Lalonde / Concordia University, Montreal / Canada
Hong Kong Street Artists Struggle To Brighten Up The City
Reported by Phoebe Lai; Edited by Robert McGain; Photos edited by Kobie Lee / Hong Kong Baptist University / Hong Kong
The Stigma Lives On
BY Khethokuhle Mthethwa / North-West University / South Africa
How Chinese Treats Hungry Ghosts
BY Reported by Holly Chik and Michelle Ng; Video edited by Angela Cheung / Hong Kong Baptist University / Hong Kong
Taut: An Exhibition Review
BY Miranda Hine / Queensland University of Technology / Australia
Chinese Cafe In Nottingham A Relaxing Haven For Tea Lovers
BY Malvika Padin / Nottingham Trent University / England
The ‘Secretary of Bass’ Opens Up About Mental Health
BY Noelle Huser / University of Montana / Canada
The Challenges Facing Indie Musicians In Hong Kong
Reported by Katherine Li and Rachel Yeo; Edited by Jade Li / Hong Kong Baptist University / Hong Kong
The Australian Obsession
BY Madelyn Smith / The University of Newcastle / Australia
Sounds Of Change
BY Claire Galloway / Edinburgh Napier University / Scotland
The YAJA team would like to say a big ‘Thank You’ to
The YAJA Judging Panel of academics and industry professionals.
All YAJA Ambassadors
All the lecturers and students who shared the love and told their peers and fellow students about YAJA.
Without the strong commitment from the YAJA community the YAJA would be impossible.
Please note that YAJA is ongoing. After the deadline is before the deadline. Anything submitted from now to the end of October 2019 will be in the run for the 2019 YAJA awards.
More exciting news coming in early 2019.