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.
To enliven the area, the Shainghai Street Refuse collection point, street sleeper's shelter and public toilet got a makeover. Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation collaborated with 70 primary and secondary school students to come up with an amazing design.
The theme is based on traditional Chinese opera and the motifs that decorate its stage costumes. The new look brings Yau Tsim Mong District's artistic living space to the fore, while adding unique aesthetic value to its public facilities.
Go and have a look yourself, it is on the corner of Shanghai Street and Waterloo Road in Kowloon. More details you can find here.
The Leisure and Cultural Services Department is inviting artists and art groups to send in a public artwork proposal for the Art Scheme of the Town Park, Indoor Velodrome-cum-Sports Centre in Tseung Kwan O. The scheme is organised by the Art Promotion Office in partnership with the Architectural Services Department.
A briefing session is scheduled on Saturday 4th February 2012 at 2.30pm. (reservation is necessary)
For more information, please click here. This info will be saved in the Funding section under the Resources tab which you can find on the Navigation bar.
Tell me and I will forget;
show me and I may remember;
involve me and I will understand.
Old Chinese Proverb