[UG]「觀照自我」藝術工作坊 "Revealing Yourself Through Art" Drawing Workshop
Through art mediums like painting and collage, participants are guided to do a self-life review and to project their future self by re-composing their self-portraits.
[CCL-recognised] 「觀照自我」藝術工作坊 "Revealing Yourself Through Art" Drawing Workshop
Date: 21, 28 February 2023 (Tue) [2 Sessions] Complete both sessions to experience the full journey!
Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Venue: Room G9, Undergraduate Halls
Language: Cantonese & English
Hosted by: Creative Arts Counsellor x Multimedia Artist
Refundable Deposit: $200 (fully refund upon full completion)
Quota: 20 (Open to all UGC-funded degree seeking Undergraduate students, with priority to UGH / NTT hall residents)
Application deadline: 14 February 2023 (Tue)
Note: Participants are advised to wear loose-fitting sportswear for the session.
About the instructor: Miss Tang Cheuk-man, Penelope (Penny)
Tang Cheuk-man graduated from Hong Kong Baptist University with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Visual Arts. In 2017, she was awarded a Summer Musical Camp Scholarship by Goldsmiths, University of London for a short-term musical theatre training in UK. In 2017, Tang curated a micro-multimedia theatre showcase entitled Searching for Stillness to explore the meanings of death and the ritual possibilities. She was endorsed again in 2020 for the second run held in early 2021.
Tang has recently involved in various alternative theatrical performances, including The Story of Yim Tin Tsai – Environmental Theatre (2019) organised by Yim Tin Festival, Open A Room – Gaze (2020), an interactive online performance & also 100% Hong Kong (2021) by Rimini Protokoll & On & On Theatre Workshop.
About the instructor: Miss Wong Kuk-Yin, Genie
Wong Kuk-Yin graduated from Hong Kong Shue Yan University with a Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Counselling & Psychology. She is now pursuing a master’s degree of Expressive Arts Therapy in the University of Hong Kong, while actively offering mental counselling services for youngsters and adults. In the past six years, she integrated the elements of arts, in particular music, visual art and 3D art, into her counselling services for the benefit of people’s body, mind and soul.
- Participants should straightly adhere to the health precautionary measures as required by the government and the University.
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- Room G9, Undergraduate Halls
- 14 Feb 2023 (Tue)