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Teaching Equipment

Teaching Equipment教學設備

Dance studios


The Department of Dance operates a total of 9 dance studios, 4 of which have been equipped with pianos for accompaniment. All studios are furnished with stereo A/V systems and an air-conditioning system.

Experimental theatre


Constructed in 1991, the 42,54 square feet experimental theatre is designed for the presentation of students’ choreographic works with comprehensive facilities including a theatre sound system (for music editing purposes), lighting, retractable screen for projector, gallery seats and a stage for performance.

Costume room


The costume room is intended to be used as storage for dance costumes, props and accessories. A designated caretaker is responsible for relevant custody and maintenance of items kept within.

Dance equipment and instrument room


  1. Two complete sets of various percussion instruments for rhythmic training.
  2. An inventory of stage lighting equipment.
  3. A stereo system for students’ dance productions.
  4. A stereo system for outdoor performances.
  5. A batch of gymnastic pads.
  6. A computerized piano for teaching purposes.
  1. A batch of black stage wing curtains.



  1. The Library houses an extensive collection of professional dance materials and multimedia content along with a subscription of dance periodicals from around the world. The facility is intended for the purpose of learning and teaching and an annual budget is allocated for the acquisition of new dance periodicals as well as books and multimedia materials.

A/V classroom


There are two A/V classrooms equipped with computer desks, projector, stereo, microphone and student desks for academic instruction and viewing of multimedia content for dance studies.

Pilates room

The Pilates room is equipped with 4 Pilates machines and other supplementary devices.


Pilates machine (single-bar stretch style)


Pilates machine (maple wood)


Other teaching facilities includes: digital video recorders, digital cameras, liquid crystal projectors, anatomy manikin, and life size human skeleton, etc.

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