|Connecting Everyday Life with Metal Craft (In Cantonese)|| |
In the workshop of ‘Connecting Everyday Life with Metal Craft', simple hammering, sand casting and other techniques will be employed to create everyday objects such as incense holders, teacups and goblets. Finished works can be decorated with patterns inspired by the animals and the plants in the Hong Kong Park, by using the methods of metal colouring and stamping.
Artist : Chan Po-fung
Chan Po-fung is a graduate of the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University. He also studied graphic design.
Using metal as his creative media, Chan Po-fung is good at transforming the uses of material and mechanism creations. With his works of art, he explores the people's relationships in the society. Meanwhile, he takes part in different community art projects — as a way to seek the connection between art and people.
(A) 29.10 – 12.11.2020 (Thursdays, 3 sessions)
(B) 3 – 17.12.2020 (Thursdays, 3 sessions)
Course contents for (A) and (B) are the same
Time : 6pm – 9pm
Venue : Sculpture Studio (Metal), 2/F, Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre
Quota : 10 persons
Target : 18 years old or above
Fee : HK$423
Material fee : HK$650 (materials are to be born by participants)
Language : Cantonese
Deadline for application :
(A) 9.10.2020 (Friday)
(B) 13.11.2020 (Friday)