Hong Kong Art School / RMIT – Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) Graduate Exhibition 2021 – Culturing

‘Culturing’ borrowed the meaning from the laboratory technique of growing microorganisms in a particular condition for research and development purposes. Culturing appeared not at the beginning nor the end, but defined the process, evolution, transformation and metamorphosis. As such, culturing also represented the graduating students who had grown and cultivated their art practices throughout the pandemic years.

This year’s Graduate Exhibition of the Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) programme* was the culmination of the studies of 35 graduating students. Presenting in a diversity of art forms, which include painting, ceramics, sculpture, photography, installation and video, the works represented the collective call of the graduating students in their understanding and pursuit of art.

Like the act of culturing, the Graduate Exhibition was neither the beginning nor the end; it was the process of evolution and creation of the graduating students, who would continue their art making with the cultivated mind, passion and belief in the future.

*programme jointly presented by RMIT University and Hong Kong Art School

Hong Kong Art School / RMIT – Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) Graduate Exhibition 2021 – Culturing
Exhibition Period : 10 – 26 July 2021
Time : 10:00am – 8:00pm
Venue : 4/F – 5/F Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Opening Reception : 9 July 2021 (Fri); 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Participating Artists : 35 graduating students from the School’s Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) programme

Please browse the E-catalogue of the exhibition.

Please visit the Facebook page of the exhibition for more details.