Does this really have to do with art? We don't think so either. So why do we post it on our Arts & Health blog? Because daddy definitely gets top marks for creativity!
We have been very busy the last two weeks with launching our latest project: a Lai See Design Competition. We have now toured all Design Colleges and Universities of Hong kong and are waiting for all the great designs to come in.
If you want to know a little bit more about our competition, please visit the website laisee.designnetworkasia.com
More news to follow soon!
How does Bob Carey deal with his wife's breast cancer? By helping the best way he can.
Have a look at the incredibly moving video of one man -in a tutu- with a lot of love.
If you want to know more about Bob Carey, please have a look at his website www.thetutuproject.com. There is also an interview with the man himself in the Huffington Post.
As a kid, have you ever wished you could hopscotch forever? Well, if you go to Detroit you can have a stab at it.
Wedge Detroit and Imagine Detroit Together are working together to make a 4 mile long hopscotch and hope to break a the record.
Will it bring the community together? How could it not, we ask you!
Go onto the Hopscotch Detroit website for more information or watch this cool video below.
The Leisure and Cultural Services Department/ Art Promotion Office are coming up with some great projects lately, here is another one.
Grandpa Grandma Memory Boxes is an exhibition of works created by a group of senior citizens suffering from visual disabilities, and some with early dementia, and six Hong Kong-based visual artists: Hazel Chiu, Lina Har, Evelyna Liang, Mak Siu-fung, Wong Wing-fung and Bellini Yu.
The exhibition will open tomorrow at the Visual Arts Centre and will move to i-dArt from 25 October onwards.
For more information, please click here.
Tell me and I will forget;
show me and I may remember;
involve me and I will understand.
Old Chinese Proverb