Professional Art Studies
Contemporary Chinese Art New

Conversation with the Past
Cultural Symbols – Resolving Confrontation between East & West
Power of Cultural Artifacts
Hong Kong Ink
Course Code 18-PS000006-1AP
Tutor

Halley Cheng

Date 5, 12, 19, 26 /10/2018 (Friday)
Time 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Lesson 4 (in 4 days)
Holiday Nil
Description

The revision of ink significantly built up Contemporary Chinese art from fragmented history, lead to a prevailing anew ink movement. This course consists of both lecture and studio classes. Lecture tends to introduce movements from 1966-1989, featuring influential ink figures and artworks. In studio classes, students shall receive assignment based on the cross-disciplined ink experiment introduced in the course.

Language Cantonese
Fee HKD 1600
Enrolment Please refer to Enrolment Information

 

Tutor: Halley Cheng

Cheng received his Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts) from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2008 and Master of Visual Arts from the Hong Kong Baptist University in 2012. Cheng has recently been exhibited in London, Basel, Miami, Jakarta, Hong Kong, Taipei and Guangzhou, including Art Basel 2016 & 2013, Insights solo exhibition, Past is Continuing in HongKong Heritage Museum, START Art Fair 2014 in Saatchi Gallery, Art Taipei 2013 and The Spirit of Ink in Sotheby`s Hong Kong Gallery(2013). Cheng has been awarded numerous prizes including the Clifton’s Art Price(2014), Jakarta Art Award(2011), Asian Contemporary Art Show Young Artist Award – Grand Prize(2012) and Philippe Charriol Competition Winner(2006). His works are widely collected by The Bank of China, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Philippe Charriol Foundation, Cliftons Ltd, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, The Peninsula Shanghai Waitan Hotel, Hotel Stage and private collectors.

 

 

Course Code 18-PS000007-1AP
Tutor

Halley Cheng

Date 9, 16, 23, 30 /10/2018 (Tuesday)
Time 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Lesson 4 (in 4 days)
Holiday Nil
Description

Ink tradition had never been so radically restudied after the Cultural Revolution. Cross-breeding between ink and western art marks the history in contemporary art development. This course consists of both lecture and studio classes. Lecture tends to introduce ink attempts from 1989-post 90s, featuring influential ink figures and artworks. In studio classes, there will be assignment based on the cross-disciplined ink experiment introduced in this course.

Language Cantonese
Fee HKD 1600
Enrolment Please refer to Enrolment Information

 

Tutor: Halley Cheng

Cheng received his Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts) from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2008 and Master of Visual Arts from the Hong Kong Baptist University in 2012. Cheng has recently been exhibited in London, Basel, Miami, Jakarta, Hong Kong, Taipei and Guangzhou, including Art Basel 2016 & 2013, Insights solo exhibition, Past is Continuing in HongKong Heritage Museum, START Art Fair 2014 in Saatchi Gallery, Art Taipei 2013 and The Spirit of Ink in Sotheby`s Hong Kong Gallery(2013). Cheng has been awarded numerous prizes including the Clifton’s Art Price(2014), Jakarta Art Award(2011), Asian Contemporary Art Show Young Artist Award – Grand Prize(2012) and Philippe Charriol Competition Winner(2006). His works are widely collected by The Bank of China, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Philippe Charriol Foundation, Cliftons Ltd, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, The Peninsula Shanghai Waitan Hotel, Hotel Stage and private collectors.

 

 

Course Code

18-PS000008-1AP
Tutor

Halley Cheng

Date 6, 13, 27 / 11 & 4/12/2018 (Tuesday)
Time 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Lesson 4 (in 4 days)
Holiday 20/11/2018 (Tue)
Description

The revision of ink significantly built up Contemporary Chinese art from fragmented history, lead to a prevailing anew ink movement. This course consists of both lecture and studio classes. Lecture tends to focus on ink development after the Millennium when contemporary ink entered into the scope of international art. In studio classes, there will be assignment based on the cross-disciplined ink installation introduced in the course.

Language Cantonese
Fee HKD 1600
Enrolment Please refer to Enrolment Information

 

Tutor: Halley Cheng

Cheng received his Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts) from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2008 and Master of Visual Arts from the Hong Kong Baptist University in 2012. Cheng has recently been exhibited in London, Basel, Miami, Jakarta, Hong Kong, Taipei and Guangzhou, including Art Basel 2016 & 2013, Insights solo exhibition, Past is Continuing in HongKong Heritage Museum, START Art Fair 2014 in Saatchi Gallery, Art Taipei 2013 and The Spirit of Ink in Sotheby`s Hong Kong Gallery(2013). Cheng has been awarded numerous prizes including the Clifton’s Art Price(2014), Jakarta Art Award(2011), Asian Contemporary Art Show Young Artist Award – Grand Prize(2012) and Philippe Charriol Competition Winner(2006). His works are widely collected by The Bank of China, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Philippe Charriol Foundation, Cliftons Ltd, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, The Peninsula Shanghai Waitan Hotel, Hotel Stage and private collectors.

 

 

Course Code 18-PS000009-1AP
Tutor

Halley Cheng

Date 9, 23, 30/11 & 7/12/2018 (Friday)
Time 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Lesson 4 (in 4 days)
Holiday 16/11/2018 (Fri)
Description

Ink tradition had been well preserved in this city and mutated into its unique character. This course introduces the 3 stages of ink development in Hong Kong; the first generation rooting the ink tradition in Hong Kong(Lui Shou Kwan), the post-war generation including Wucius Wong and Irene Chou absorb and interpret their concepts of ink. The third generation of emerging artists continues their ink studies under the blooming art infrastructures and resources. Students would create artworks corresponding to the particular stage of ink development in Hong Kong.

Language Cantonese
Fee  HKD 1600
Enrolment Please refer to Enrolment Information

 

Tutor: Halley Cheng

Cheng received his Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts) from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2008 and Master of Visual Arts from the Hong Kong Baptist University in 2012. Cheng has recently been exhibited in London, Basel, Miami, Jakarta, Hong Kong, Taipei and Guangzhou, including Art Basel 2016 & 2013, Insights solo exhibition, Past is Continuing in HongKong Heritage Museum, START Art Fair 2014 in Saatchi Gallery, Art Taipei 2013 and The Spirit of Ink in Sotheby`s Hong Kong Gallery(2013). Cheng has been awarded numerous prizes including the Clifton’s Art Price(2014), Jakarta Art Award(2011), Asian Contemporary Art Show Young Artist Award – Grand Prize(2012) and Philippe Charriol Competition Winner(2006). His works are widely collected by The Bank of China, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Philippe Charriol Foundation, Cliftons Ltd, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, The Peninsula Shanghai Waitan Hotel, Hotel Stage and private collectors.

 

 

Course Code 18-PS0000010-1AP
Tutor

Sophie Hu

Date

8, 15, 22, 29/10/2018 (Monday)

Time 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Lesson 4 (in 4 days)
Holiday Nil
Description

With its deep root in traditional Chinese culture, and its diverse avant-garde forms, contemporary ink combines the past and the present, catching the attentions from the academia and the market: in the year of 2014, The Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted its first ever ink show “Ink Art: Past in the Present in Contemporary China”; In 2015, top auction houses as Christie’s and Sotheby’s established independent departments dedicating to the development of contemporary ink market.

Under that light, this course will investigate the reasons behind the rising of contemporary ink market from political, economic, and academic perspectives. We will as well explore together the significant contemporary ink artists from Hong Kong, Taipei, and Mainland China.

Language English
Fee HKD 1600
Enrolment Please refer to Enrolment Information

 

Tutor: Sophie Hu, Art Learning Development Director, HKAC

Sophie Hu has rich teaching experience -- in addition to leading the Art Learning programmes at HKAC, Sophie is also the Art Education Consultant for brands and corporates such as Cartier, Blancpain, and The International New York Times, providing Art Appreciation & Investment courses for their top clients as well as senior managers. Before joining the Centre, Sophie served at Christie’s Education Asia and was in charge of curriculum design, research, lectures, and developing collaborations with art institutions. She designed programmes and lectured for the EMBA class of top business schools, including China Europe International Business School (CIEBS) and Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), in addition to clients of Christie’s auction house.

In conjunction with the Shanghai Museum, Sophie Hu was one of the editors of Chen Hongshou and Cui Zizhong – Two Master Painters from Ming Dynasty China, and her exhibition reviews were published in professional art media, including The Art NewsPaper. Sophie Hu obtained her BA from The University of Hong Kong and MA from Boston University.

 

 

Course Code 18-PS0000011-1AP
Tutor

Sophie Hu

Date

4, 11, 18/10 & 1/11/2018 (Thursday)

Time 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Lesson 4 (in 4 days)
Holiday 25/10/2018 (Thursday)
Description

With its deep root in traditional Chinese culture, and its diverse avant-garde forms, contemporary ink combines the past and the present, catching the attentions from the academia and the market: in the year of 2014, The Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted its first ever ink show “Ink Art: Past in the Present in Contemporary China”; In 2015, top auction houses as Christie’s and Sotheby’s established independent departments dedicating to the development of contemporary ink market.

Under that light, this course will investigate the reasons behind the rising of contemporary ink market from political, economic, and academic perspectives. We will as well explore together the significant contemporary ink artists from Hong Kong, Taipei, and Mainland China.

Language Mandarin
Fee HKD 1600
Enrolment Please refer to Enrolment Information

 

Tutor: Sophie Hu, Art Learning Development Director, HKAC

Sophie Hu has rich teaching experience -- in addition to leading the Art Learning programmes at HKAC, Sophie is also the Art Education Consultant for brands and corporates such as Cartier, Blancpain, and The International New York Times, providing Art Appreciation & Investment courses for their top clients as well as senior managers. Before joining the Centre, Sophie served at Christie’s Education Asia and was in charge of curriculum design, research, lectures, and developing collaborations with art institutions. She designed programmes and lectured for the EMBA class of top business schools, including China Europe International Business School (CIEBS) and Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), in addition to clients of Christie’s auction house.

In conjunction with the Shanghai Museum, Sophie Hu was one of the editors of Chen Hongshou and Cui Zizhong – Two Master Painters from Ming Dynasty China, and her exhibition reviews were published in professional art media, including The Art NewsPaper. Sophie Hu obtained her BA from The University of Hong Kong and MA from Boston University.