Exhibition Gallery Programmes


June 


  

“Opening Up a New Terrain Job Fair”

 “Opening Up a New Terrain Job Fair” Date: 1/6/2017
Time: 11am - 5:30pm *
  2/6/2017
  11am - 5:30pm *
  * Last Admission at 5pm
Presenter: Labour Department
Introduction: Around 40 enterprises take part, offering many Hong Kong and Mainland job vacancies. Some job vacancies are suitable for young people with post-secondary education and fresh graduates. Job seekers can submit job applications and on-the-spot interview may be arranged. In addition, Mainland employment information will be displayed during the job fair. All are welcome! Carry resumes to participate!
Enquiries: 2852 3232

  

“Art Foto Association of Hong Kong The 7th Member's Works Exhibition”

 “Art Foto Association of Hong Kong The 7th Member's Works Exhibition” Date: 3/6/2017
Time: 12nn - 6:30pm
  4/6/2017
  12nn - 6pm
Presenter: Art Foto Association of Hong Kong
Introduction: Present more than 180 photographic works from our members, photos size from 20 inch to 40 inch.
Enquiries: 9019 6725

  

"Let You See My World Photo Exhibition"

Date: 7/6/2017
Time: 2pm - 8pm
  8/6/2017
  9:30am - 8pm
  9/6/2017
  9:30am - 5pm
Presenter: TWGHs TSUI TSIN TONG SCHOOL
Introduction: This photography project has demonstrated the photographic achievement of the students with Intellectual Disabilities. They express their own feeling and the unique viewpoint to the environment by taking photos. During the process, it helps strengthen positively the communicative manner with other people, and learning to affirm and establishing self-confidence. It also provides opportunities to let us share the world in their eyes!
Enquiries: 2875 3077

  

"The 47th International Salon of Pictorial Photography 2017"

Date: 10/6/2017
Time: 2pm - 6pm
  11-12/6/2017
  10am - 7pm
  13/6/2017
  10am - 3pm
Presenter: Hong Kong Camera Club
Enquiries: 9120 3534

  

“The Hong Kong Wahgor Society of Calligraphy — Member Exhibition 2017”

 “The Hong Kong Wahgor Society of Calligraphy — Member Exhibition 2017” Date: 16/6/2017
Time: 12nn - 7pm
  17/6/2017
  10am - 7pm
  18/6/2017
  10am - 5pm
Presenter: The Hong Kong Wahgor Society of Calligraphy
Introduction: The Hong Kong Wahgor Society of Calligraphy was founded by master calligrapher Mr. Fung Siu Wah, alias Wah Gor in 2013. Its members include Wah Gor’s students and calligraphy enthusiasts from all walks of life. Its aim is to prepare and promote the traditional culture of  xhinese calligraphy through creative expression. The exhibition will include the latest works of Wah Gor and its members. Members of the public are most welcomed to view the exhibition and offer their comments for the advancement of Chinese calligraphy.
Enquiries: 2875 8132

  

"David Young and Friends Painting Exhibition"

Date: 23/6/2017
Time: 11am - 8pm
  24/6/2017
  10am - 8pm
  25/6/2017
  10am - 7pm
Presenter: David Young
Enquiries: 9188 2271

  

“Ink and Colour Chinese Traditional Painting Exhibition”

“Ink and Colour Chinese Traditional Painting Exhibition” Date: 26/6/2017
Time: 2pm - 8pm
  27 - 28/6/2017
  10am - 8pm
  29/6/2017
  10am - 5pm
Presenter: Ma Sau Kuen, Gloria
Introduction: The exhibition will present over 100 art pieces from Master To and his students. The impressionistic landscape ink painting and elaborate-style floral painting bring out the vivid colour of the four seasons.
Enquiries: msart062017@gmail.com

 

July

"My Colourful World- International Children & Adolescents Painting Exhibition 2017"

  Date: 1/7/2017
Time: 10am - 8pm
  2/7/2017
  10am - 5pm
Presenter: Art Mix Culture & Art Exchange
Introduction: Nearly 600 paintings are exhibited in this exhibition. They are painted by the 3-17 years old children and adolescents, including oil painting, pencil skecting, Chinese painting and mixed materials.
Enquiries: 2334 0188

 

“Joint School Visual Arts Exhibition”

  Date: 3/7/2017
Time: 4:30pm - 6pm
  4-5/7/2017
  10am - 6pm
  6/7/2017
  10am - 5pm
Presenter: Cheung Chau Government Secondary School
Introduction: Display Secondary School Students Visual Arts 2D and 3D Artworks.
Enquiries: 2981 0380

 

“Joint School Visual Arts Exhibition”

Date: 8/7/2017  
Time: 11am - 8pm  
  9 - 13/7/2017  
  9am - 8pm  
  14/7/2017  
  9am - 12:30pm  
Presenter: Kwun Tong Government Secondary School  

 

"Celestial Legacy Charitable Thangka Exhibition"

Date: 15/7/2017
Time: 3pm - 8pm
  16 - 18/7/2017
  11am - 8pm
  19/7/2017
  11am - 6pm
Presenter: Breathe Life Arts and Culture
Introduction: Thangka, a unique and distinctive art form in the Tibetan culture, it holds a supreme religious significance for the Tibetans' lives. From the moment you are appreciating a thangka, purification for your soul and mind will be generated spontaneously, regardless you are the painter or spectator. In gratitude for exhibiting these masterpieces, we hope your mind and soul can perceive a moment of serenity in this hustle and bustle world. We wish the thangkas will be the light of your path, guide you towards your inner oasis.
Enquiries: 9305 0198

 

(Photo Exhibition)

  Date: 20/7/2017
Time: 2pm - 7pm
  21 - 22/7/2017
  9am - 7pm
  23/7/2017
  9am - 5pm
Presenter: S.Y. CHAN PHOTOARTS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
Introduction: The exhibition includes 6 photographic topics:
(1) Beauty of India
(2) Poetic Europe
(3) Concerto of Water
(4) Tung Ping Chau Marine Park
(5) Bangladesh Documentary
(6) Travel in Africa
We would like to invite audience to visit different geographical regions,
appreciate different facets of arts through our photography.
Enquiries: 9752 6191

 

"Thangka Art Exhibition"

  Date: 24/7/2017
Time: 4pm - 7pm
  25 - 26/7/2017
  10am - 7pm
  27/7/2017
  10am - 4pm
Presenter: Hong Kong Sino-Western Cultural Exchange Association; Guanyin Cultural Association
Enquiries: 5139 9156

 

“Flowers in My Dreamy Land" (Painting Exhibition)

  Date: 28/7/2017
Time: 2pm - 8pm
  29-30/7/2017
  10am - 8pm
  31/7/2017
  10am - 6pm
Presenter: Zero Degrees Art
Introduction: Flowers in My Dreamy Land is the second solo exhibition of emerging Hong Kong artist Mitchell Hung,  Seeyu. The exhibition follows the development of Mitchell’s practice since her learning under Lingnan school of Chinese traditional art.  With strong passion for the nature, she used free-style technique and cursive stroke to reconstruct the diminishing poetic sentiment, expressing her attempts to deal with city landscapes and local plants from real life observation. The collection covers   24 Spring flowers, Bauhinia blossoms, mountain flowers and trees as well as a project of eight Hong Kong scenes.
Enquiries: 9759 1597

 

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