Event Archive
(2017/09/30 - 10/03) Hong Kong Art School @ Fine Art Asia 2017

Fine Art Asia 2016
Artwork by CHEUNG Szelit, Graduate (Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art), Painting major)
Artwork by FONG Tsz Leong Argus, Graduate (Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art), Painting major)
Artwork by LAU Hok Shing Hanison, Graduate (Master of Fine Art)
Artwork by LEUNG Cho Yi Joey, Graduate (Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art), Ceramics major)

This is the sixth year for Hong Kong Art School to take part in the Fine Art Asia art fair as their Education Partner.

Fine Art Asia, recognized as Asia’s leading fine art fair, will be held from 30 September - 3 October 2017 at Hall 3C of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Featured alumni at Fine Art Asia in 2017:
Szelit CHEUNG - Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) graduate, Painting major
Argus FONG Tsz Leong - Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) graduate, Painting major
Hanison LAU Hok Shing - Master of Fine Art & Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) graduate
Joey LEUNG Cho Yi - Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) graduate,  Ceramics major

*Master of Fine Art & Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) programmes are co-presented by Hong Kong Art School & RMIT University

The opening hours are as follows:

Fine Art Asia 2017 Opening Hours (Open to Public)

30 September - 2 October 2017 (Sat to Mon) |  11am – 7pm

3 October 2017 (Tue) |  11am – 6pm


Date Duration Activities Venue Remarks
30/09/2017 (Sat) 2:30pm – 3:30pm Ceramics Workshop Booth No.G16 Conducted in Cantonese
4pm – 5pm Alumni Sharing Session I - Becoming a Professional Artist Booth No.G16 Conducted in Cantonese
01/10/2017 (Sun) 2:30pm – 3:30pm FINE ART ASIA 2017 Lecture Programme: 
Heart or Head? Art Collectors and Artists
Lecture Room, Hall 3C Conducted in Cantonese
2:30pm – 3:30pm Ceramics Workshop Booth No.G16 Conducted in Cantonese
4pm – 5pm Alumni Sharing Session II - From Modernism to Contemporary Booth No.G16 Conducted in Cantonese
02/10/2017 (Mon) 2:30pm – 3:30pm Ceramics Workshop Booth No.G16 Conducted in Cantonese
4pm – 5pm Alumni Sharing Session III - Inspiration from a Japanese Kimono Catalogue printed by Mokuhanga Booth No.G16 Conducted in Cantonese


FINE ART ASIA 2017 Lecture Programme: Heart or Head? Art Collectors and Artists

Date & Time: 1 October 2017 (Sun); 2:30pm – 3:30pm

Speaker:
Hanison LAU Hok Shing - Master of Fine Art & Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) graduate

Collectors tend to be emotional towards his collection, while art creators are usually rational about his creations?
Though the nature of collectors seems different from that of creators, collectors and creators are always closely related to and relying on each other.  When a person is a collector and a creator at the same time, how would he manage, balance and enjoy the qualities brought by those two roles?

 

Alumni Sharing Session I  - Becoming a Professional Artist  

Date & Time: 30 September 2017 (Sat); 4pm – 5pm

Speakers: 
Szelit CHEUNG - Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) graduate, Painting major
Argus FONG Tsz Leong - Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) graduate, Painting major
Hanison LAU Hok Shing - Master of Fine Art & Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) graduate

Alumni of Hong Kong Art School share their journey towards a professional career in art.

 

Alumni Sharing Session II - From Modernism to Contemporary

Date & Time: 1 October 2017 (Sun); 4pm – 5pm

Speaker:
Alex HEUNG - Lecturer / Subject Coordinator (Painting), Hong Kong Art School; Master of Fine Art & Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) graduate

Alex Heung, painter and lecturer at Hong Kong Art School, talks about the transformation of painting from Modernism to Contemporary.

 

Alumni Sharing Session III - Inspiration from a Japanese Kimono Catalogue printed by Mokuhanga

Date & Time: 2 October 2017 (Mon); 4pm – 5pm

Speaker:
Carol LEE - Master of Fine Art & Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) graduate

Hong Kong artist Carol Lee shares the inspiration she gets from the colourful woodblock printing of a Japanese kimono catalogue.

 

Ceramics Workshop

Date & Time: 30 Sepember (Sat), 1 & 2 October 2017 (Sun & Mon); 2:30pm – 3:30pm

Conductor:
30 September (Sat) - YIU Chun Wa - Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) graduate, Ceramics major
1 & 2 October (Sun & Mon) - Vincent LAW - Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) student, Ceramics major

Led by our student and alumnus majored in Ceramics, this workshop is all about unleashing your creativity and imagination. Participants can have a close touch with clay and create their stylish ceramics items in hand-building. No previous experience is necessary as instruction and guidance will be given. Participants can take their ceramics items home at no charge.

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