Join the Art Club to make a hand knit Christmas Bag to wrap your Christmas present for your loved one. Reserve your spot now!
Date: 9 December 2023 (Saturday)
Time: 14:30 – 16:00
Venue: DGS VA Room, 1 Jordan Road
Quote: 30 people
Fee: HK$80 per head (all-inclusive)
First come first served; the workshop is for DOGA members and one immediate family member only.
Please refer to the attached flyer for more details: http://www.doga.org.hk/images/attachment/events/2023/art_club_event_dec2023.pdf
Registration opens now!
Registration link: https://alt.jotfor.ms/233224153071444
See you there!
DOGA Art Club
The window of application for the 18 th batch of DOGA Mentoring Program is now open! This is a 12-month program for the mentor and mentee to form a mutually agreed learning partnership based on the career interests of the mentee’s. This could be face-to-face meetings, phone conversations, email correspondence or other communication via social network!
Details of the programme can be found here: http://www.doga.org.hk/images/attachment/events/2023/mentoring2024.pdf
We welcome existing DOGA members who have great career experience to be our Mentors and share their invaluable insights with our fellow members.
To become a Mentor:
We welcome all DOGA members who has graduated from college or university over 5 years to become a mentor.
To become a Mentee:
You must be an existing DOGA member who is currently in your undergraduate studies, or have graduated less than 3 years from college or university. Priority will be given to those members who have not participated in this program before.
Benefits of Being a Mentee:
- Learn new skills and competencies in a safe environment.
- Choose your pace. Expand your skills according to your schedule.
Diocesan Graduate Singers , the choir of Diocesan Old Girls' Association Limited, will be holding its annual concert under the baton of Mrs Christina Chiang at 7:30pm on Saturday, 20 January 2024, at DGS Auditorium. Title of this year’s concert is “Opera! ma non Opera!”.
This year’s programme features an array of overtures, arias and choruses from various operas composed by Mozart, Bizet, Verdi and Wagner. Guest performers include Candice Chung (soprano), David Lui (tenor), Joanne Tam (dancer), Diocesan Alumnae Orchestra conducted by Synthia Ko, Diocesan School Old Boys' Association Choir, Diocesan Boys’ School Primary Division Treble Choir and St Paul’s College Alumni Choir. Please refer to this link for poster details http://www.doga.org.hk/images/attachment/events/2023/dgsingers2024.pdf
While ticket sales will be rolled out from mid-December, alumnae are most welcomed to render your support to us by selecting any of the sponsorship programmes below!
(i) Sponsorship Category A:
Program Advertisement at HK$2500 , which includes:
2 VIP tickets + Full page Advertisement with size: 176mm(w) x 250mm(h) in portrait orientation
(ii) Sponsorship Category B:
Cash Sponsorship at HK$1000, which includes:
2 Regular tickets + Sponsorship Acknowledgement
We are delighted to announce that Diocesan Alumnae Orchestra has formally joined as one of the subcommittees under DOGA.
We would like to invite all alumnae players of western orchestral instruments to come join us. If you enjoy classical music and would like to play in an orchestra, whether you are a professional player or an avid amateur, you are most welcome to join!
Our next performance is scheduled to be held on 20 January, 2024 , as one of the guest performers at the annual concert of Diocesan Graduate Singers. We will be playing two overtures, Mozart’s The Magic Flute overture, and Verdi’s Nebucco Overture. Rehearsals will commence mid November
We are particularly in need of woodwind, brass and percussion players . Please let us know if you, or if you know of other DGS alumnae, who may be interested to join us
DOGA is pleased to donate a state-of-the-art digital garment printer to the School's new Digital Learning Centre. It will be used as a teaching tool in IT lessons. By integrating industry-level technology into classroom learning, we hope to provide students with a real world experience from design inception to final production and marketing of digital art.
Despite of the pandemic, DOGA has continued to keep in touch with its members through various online events. We hope to resume to more in-person activities in the coming months.
|September 26||Diocesan School Old Boys’ Association Medical & Healthcare Chapter Dinner with Diocesan Old Girls’ Association|
|October 14||Polyfoam Recycling Workshop with Missing Link|
|October 17||DOGA Annual Dinner|
|December||DGS Mini Bazaar|