跨閾繪畫 - 藝術家導賞，摺疊顏料示範及工作坊
Painting Across the Threshold: Artist-led Guided Tour, Paint-folding Demonstration & Workshop
This workshop will be conducted in Cantonese.
As part of the exhibition Painting Across the Threshold, the artist Ng Lung Wai will host a series of guided tours and workshops with a focus on Ng’s signature ‘folding paint’ technique. The third public event will be held on 12 June 2021, during which participants will take part in a guided viewing with the artist which explores the exhibition. The subsequent workshop will allow participants a glimpse into Ng’s creative practice, in addition to learning how to fold paint under the artist’s tutelage.
Date: Saturday, 12 June 2021
Venue: Workshop Room, G/F Fung Ping Shan Building, University Museum and Art Gallery, 90 Bonham Road, Pokfulam, Hong Kong
Audience and Limit: Ages 12 and above, maximum 10 people
Registration & Enquiries: Registration opens 3 June 2021. Course fee is HK$50 per participant. Please click here for the application form. For enquiries, please contact Ms Chelsea Choi: email@example.com / 2241 5509.
Instructor: Ng Lung Wai
Born in Hong Kong in 1971, Ng Lung Wai received his master’s degree in architecture from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He first worked at an architectural firm and later at an interior design company. In 2001, Ng set up his own design and production house, working with local museums and exhibition venues on an array of projects. In addition to the aesthetic values developed during his architectural training, Ng also established a distinctive artistic approach and style that draws on his years of experience organising exhibitions. Ng’s engagement with different modes of expression inspired his decision to become a full-time visual artist in 2013, after completing an award-winning heritage revitalisation project at Mei Ho House.
Images (from left to right): All the Best – Fire – 999, Ng Lung Wai, Folded acrylic paint on canvas, 2018, HKU.P.2020.2474. Image Courtesy of the University Museum and Art Gallery, HKU; Student work from the previous workshop.
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