Workshops

 

Fine Art Asia 2019 Workshops

Date Time Organiser Topic / Info Langauge / Age Booth
4 October 
(Friday)
14:00 – 15:30
17
:00 – 18:30

Hong Kong Baptist University

AVA Jewellery Workshop
This workshop aims to offer a wonderful experience for each participant, transforming a few coils of copper wire into a piece of jewellery art in the form of a fish, shrimp or crab. Children and adults who have no experience are welcome to join us. Enjoy!

  H1
4 October 
(Friday)
15:30 – 17:00

Hong Kong Art School 

Painting Workshop: A Cloud drifting in the Sky
This workshop is led by our alumnus LAU Yin Yeung. The theme of LAU’s recent oil paintings focuses on a cloud drifting in the blue sky. He hopes his works bring tranquillity to the audience. Through this workshop, you can experience some easy-to-handle and amusing traditional painting techniques and create your own white cloud in the blue sky.

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Cantonese
Aged 16 or above

A15
4 October 
(Friday)

16:00 – 16:30
16:30 
– 17:00
17:00 17:30
17:30
 18:00

Hong Kong Palace Museum

Beauty of Ambience – Gongbi Painting Demonstration & Workshop
Gongbi painting is a traditional and time-honoured style of Chinese painting. In this activity, participants will learn the techniques for creating Gongbi paintings from artist Eunice Cheung and get to paint one of their own on a paper fan.
Participating Artist:Eunice Cheung

Please register

Cantonese D18
4 October 
(Friday)
17:30 – 19:00

The Sovereign Art Foundation

Puppet Workshop
The workshop will provide pictures of different paintings and based on some questions provided, children are encouraged to create their own response to a work of art.

Cantonese and English
Aged 5-10

A15
5 October 
(Saturday)
11:00 – 12:30
14:00 
– 15:30
17:00 18:30

Hong Kong Baptist University

AVA Jewellery Workshop
This workshop aims to offer a wonderful experience for each participant, transforming a few coils of copper wire into a piece of jewellery art in the form of a fish, shrimp or crab. Children and adults who have no experience are welcome to join us. Enjoy!

English H1
5 October 
(Saturday)
13:30 – 15:00

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Gongbi bird-and-flower painting, clerical script calligraphy, seal script calligraphy
Narcissus by Annie Woo Ngau Chun-lung.
An introduction to the lines, techniques and colour skills of Chinese traditional painting.

Cantonese A15
5 October 
(Saturday)
15:00 – 15:30
15:30 
– 16:00
16:00 16:30
16:30
 17:00

Hong Kong Palace Museum

Blankness in Mind – Tea Ceremony & Tasting
In an environment filled with the fragrance of tea, tea culture instructor Chen Tsai Yueh will take tea enthusiasts on a journey back to the times of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, and explore the state of ‘blankness in mind’ associated with the tea ceremony.
Instructor: Chen Tsai Yueh

Please register

Cantonese D18
5 October 
(Saturday) 
15:30 17:00
17:30
 19:00

The Sovereign Art Foundation

Puppet Workshop
The workshop will provide pictures of different paintings and based on some questions provided, children are encouraged to create their own response to a work of art.

Cantonese and English
Aged 5-10
A15
5 October 
(Saturday) 
17:30 17:45

Hong Kong Palace Museum

Calligraphy in Motion – Dance Performance
In a performance that blends dance with calligraphy and painting, the dance moves created by choreographer Chris Lam express the diverse rhythms of the brush strokes used in calligraphy.
Choreographer: Chris Lam

Participating Artists: Ada Ho, Rex Cheng

Please register

Cantonese D18
6 October 
(Sunday)
11:00 – 12:30
14:00 
– 15:30
16:00 17:30

Hong Kong Baptist University

AVA Jewellery Workshop
This workshop aims to offer a wonderful experience for each participant, transforming a few coils of copper wire into a piece of jewellery art in the form of a fish, shrimp or crab. Children and adults who have no experience are welcome to join us. Enjoy!

  H1 
6 October 
(Sunday)
13:30 15:00

Chinese University of Hong Kong 

Clerical Script Calligraphy
In this workshop, participants will imitate a Five-Word and Seven-Word Couplet by Yi Bingshou (1754-1815). There will be an introduction to Chinese traditional calligraphy, with an explanation of the techniques and skills of Clerical Script.

Cantonese  A15
6 October 
(Sunday)
15:00 – 15:30
15:30 
– 16:00
16:00 16:30
16:30
 17:00

Hong Kong Palace Museum 

Colours of the Imperial Garden – Floral Arrangement Demonstration & Workshop 

This activity gives lovers of flower arranging a close look at the floral creation “Colours of the Imperial Garden”, led by the florist/artist Denwa Cheng. They will also have the opportunity to make their own “Imperial Garden”.
Participating Artist: Denwa Cheng

Please register

Cantonese D18
6 October 
(Sunday)

15:30 – 17:00
17:30 19:00

The Sovereign Art Foundation

“A Secret Place” Workshop
This 60-minute workshop encourages children to build a unique tent using straws and craft materials. The children will be asked what they would put in the tent, which is a secret and private place for them to hide.

Cantonese and English
Aged 5-10 
A15
6 October 
(Sunday)

17:30 – 17:45

Hong Kong Palace Museum 

Calligraphy in Motion – Dance Performance
In a performance that blends dance with calligraphy and painting, the dance moves created by choreographer Chris Lam express the diverse rhythms of the brush strokes used in calligraphy.
Choreographer: Chris Lam

Participating Artists: Ada Ho, Rex Cheng

Please register

Cantonese  D18 
7 October 
(Monday)

13:30 – 15:00

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ancient Chinese Calligraphy – Seal Script
In this workshop, participants will imitate a couplet by Wang Fu’an (1879-1960). There will be an introduction to Chinese traditional calligraphy, with an explanation of the techniques and skills of Seal Script.

Cantonese   A15
7 October 
(Monday)
15:00 – 16:00

Hong Kong Palace Museum 

Chinese Landscape Painting on Ceramics – Talk by Ceramic Artist
An old saying encourages us “to see the world in a grain of sand”, and ceramic art can be one such window on the world. In this talk, ceramic artist Winus Lee will share how the concept of landscape painting can be integrated into the creation of ceramics.

Participating Artist: Winus Lee

Please register

Cantonese   D18 
7 October 
(Monday)
15:30 – 17:00

Hong Kong Art School

Painting Workshop: A Cloud drifting in the Sky
This workshop is led by our alumnus LAU Yin Yeung. The theme of LAU’s recent oil paintings focuses on a cloud drifting in the blue sky. He hopes his works bring tranquillity to the audience. Through this workshop, you can experience some easy-to-handle and amusing traditional painting techniques and create your own white cloud in the blue sky.

View details

Cantonese    A15 

 

Seats are available on a first come first served basis.