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.
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.
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
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.
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.