藝廊及中央庭園節目 (2017-02-26 ~)

觸感藝術展*
日期︰17 - 26 / 2 / 2017

開幕:18 / 2 / 2017 > 14:30

時間︰11:00 - 19:00
*可預約導賞安排

 

「觸感藝術的美學︰瞎子摸象?」講座
日期︰18 / 2 / 2017

 

3D打印示範工作坊
日期︰19, 25 / 2 / 2017

 

觸感藝術節藝術家、導師分享會
日期︰26 / 2 / 2017

 

地點︰L0, L1 藝廊
查詢
2891 8482(Scarlette)/ cccd@cccd.hk 

網址www.cccd.hk 

www.cccd.hk/?a=group&id=current_event&doc_id=1556
 

過往三屆的香港觸感藝術節甚受歡迎。社區文化發展中心即將舉辦第四屆香港觸感藝術節,於2017年2月17日至26日假賽馬會創意藝術中心(JCCAC)L1及L0藝廊舉行。本屆藝術節以「心眼」為主題,活動包括觸感藝術作品展覽、視障及健視藝術家之創作及開放予公眾人士參與之工作坊。

放眼藝術‧樂活手創
展覽‧演出‧導賞團暨工作坊‧藝術分享及體驗工作坊
精采活動‧費用全免

 

心水展 – 展覽〔一〕
日期:1 - 9 / 3 / 2017
時間:10:00 - 20:00
地點:中央庭園 / L2 平台

 

心水展 – 展覽〔三〕
日期:15 - 29 / 3 / 2017
時間:10:00 - 22:00
地點:L3, L4 藍牆

 

落地演
日期:4 / 3 / 2017
時間:16:00 - 17:00
地點:中央庭園 / L2 平台

 

動手創
日期:5, 18, 25 / 3 / 2017
地點:中央庭園 / L2 平台 / L3-04

 

開幕:4 / 3 / 2017 > 16:00 - 17:00
查詢:2777 8664 / jcias@adahk.org.hk
網址:www.adahk.org.hk/jcias/annualfestival

 

 

「多一點藝術節2016」將於2017年3月1日至31日期間舉行,以「放眼藝術.樂活手創」為主題,除了呈現共融藝術計劃2016年度的點點滴滴,它還標示了計劃和賽馬會共融藝術工房展開了一個新里程。

 

計劃獲得「香港賽馬會慈善信託基金」的慷慨捐助,延續至2019年。這意味着香港展能藝術會將繼續舉辦豐富多樣的藝術教育活動,讓不同能力、興趣、背景和年齡的朋友在藝術裡繼續學習。無論作新嘗試,或作進深研究,藝術學習和創作都能為他們帶來歡笑和滿足。

日期及時間:
3 - 7 / 3 / 2017 > 10:00 - 18:00
8 - 9 / 3 / 2017 > 10:00 - 19:00
開幕:
3 / 3 / 2017 > 18:00 - 20:00
8 / 3 / 2017 > 17:00
地點:L0 藝廊
主辦︰BABA
查詢:6276 8315(Kaisha Woo)/ info@baba2015.com
網址:
artndesign.ewha.ac.kr/artewhaeng/322/subview.do ;
cafe.naver.com/babaart


 

日期:10:00 - 22:00
開幕:14 / 3 / 2017 > 19:30
地點:L1 藝廊

主辦:Jiang Huiy (Christine)
查詢:6293 6968 / christinehuiyujiang@gmail.com
網址:www.facebook.com/soulmedicinewoman

 

Wechatchristinelovesart
Wechat public account
Souluniversity
 

日期:4 - 5 / 3 / 2017

時間:13:00 ; 16:00 ; 20:00
開幕:4 / 3 / 2017 > 13:00
費用:$160
地點:L1 藝廊
查詢:2793 9957 / www.danceart@gmail.com'>www.danceart@gmail.com
網址:www.danceart.com.hk

 

日期及時間:
25 / 3 / 2017(星期六)> 13:00 - 20:30
26 - 31 / 3 / 2017(星期日至五)> 11:00 - 20:30
1 / 4 / 2017 (星期六)> 11:00 - 19:00
開幕:25 / 3 / 2017 > 15:00
地點:L0 藝廊
合辦:
L7-22 失焦工作室

查詢:daysinentertainment@gmail.com
網址:www.facebook.com/娛記正傳

日期及時間:
17 / 3 / 2017 > 14:00 - 18:00
18 - 20 / 3 / 2017 > 9:00 - 18:00
21 / 3 / 2017 > 9:00 - 16:00
開幕:18 / 3 / 2017 > 14:00
地點:L0, L1 藝廊

主辦︰中華基督教會銘賢書院 
查詢:2779 4512(阮詠詩老師)/ mingyin@cccmyc.edu.hk
網址:www.cccmyc.edu.hk

 

中華基督教會銘賢書院創校五十年來,一直以「全人教育、啟發潛能、盡展才華」為辦學方針,以培育學生多元智能為本。學校除了鼓勵同學用功學習外,也致力推動藝術發展。不少校友縱使離開校園,仍會從事藝術工作,或參與藝術創作,因此校方舉辦是次展覽,冀以藝術形式延續歷屆師生對銘賢之情。是次展覽將展出歷任教職員、學生及校友的作品,讓學生觀摩學習,擴闊視野,增強藝術修養,亦能讓銘賢人聚首一堂,同賀金禧。

 

日期及時間:
24 - 26 / 3 / 2017 > 11:00 - 20:00
27 / 3 / 2017 > 11:00 - 17:00
開幕:25 / 3 / 2017 > 13:00
論壇:25 - 26 / 3 / 2017 > 14:00 - 18:15
地點:L1 藝廊  / 中央庭園 
主辦︰香港性教育會 | 香港家庭計劃指導會

查詢:hkscf2011@gmail.com

網址:hksea.wordpress.com ; www.facebook.com/HKSCF

MO〔VE〕MENT: CROSSING BORDER︳BORDER CROSSING—INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF CROSSING-MEDIA

2017

 

 

9-22/ 10/ 2017

 

TENTATIVE VENUES

JCCAC Art Village-HK

CDAV Art Villge-HK

HK SPACE MUSEUM

HK SCIENCE MUSEUM

VA!

Oil!

Kubrick

OCT-Space B10 Shenzhen-China...

 

Chief Curator:

Andrew Lam

 

Guest Curator:

Andy Tam

Wang Jing

 

Art is not stereotype. The Festival discloses visual language that blurs the borders between stereotypes, categories or preconceived notions. It imagines and reimagines the new physical-psychological, visual-conceptual, structural-spatial… boundary, thinking and re-thinking the urban-rural, geo-political, infra︳inter-structural, socio-cultural, virtual-mediated, physical-metaphysical… confinement in the trans-cultural, cross-territory contexts, and covering and uncovering refreshing perspectives︳structures of thought-form and vision-event connecting the heterogeneity of body and hybrid media… The Festival 2017 further perpetuates, explores and develops the conversation being built upon the last festival which focused on the ‘geo-political border’ and on also such themes revolving around urban crisis, refugee problem, body criticism, gender, post-colonial identity, imagery and media, etc.

 

www.jccac.org.hk/?a=group&id=c&mate_id=381&period=all&doc_id=5708

 

MO〔VE〕MENT- FROM A MOMENT IN TIME TO A MOVEMENT IN HISTORY

While the Festival may create visual objects of curiosity, complexity and ideas for speculation, it is not simply a MOMENT OF ‘ART ATTACK’, it embraces platforms/ methodologies of pedagogy for public mediation and forges co-extensive spaces for such co-participants as artists, educators, school and social learners to develop self, interactive or constructive learning. The Festival makes every moment of intervention count and makes it further-developing and evolving. Every moment embraces its intrinsic value and the Festival brings this value further to public understanding and impact. “MO〔VE〕MENT” presents works and projects existing in “the current moment/ frame of space-time” and/ or “a movement in the past or future history” with on-going thought-discussion. The dialogical and performative platform is not intending to create a new page in art history, nor spearheading culture towards a movement encompassing collateral event at the expense of discourse; rather, it emerges from a speculation with our time and a dialogue with history in the everyday.

 

CROSS-REALM DIALOGUE

The Festival supports the different vision, state and ontology of art, and it nurtures emerging forms of visual art and its transient expression or extended media. It also brings the complex relationship between the artwork and its author, site, history or urban meaning constructed in the public sphere to discussion.

 

RETHINKING OF FESTIVAL

The Festival is neither an anti-festival project, nor a one-off event to celebrate visual ideas which cannot last long. The very notion of “FESTIVAL” is not simply an independent or time-based event. Art being displayed in the public space should be a talking point and part of a series of connected links, events, interventions and creative plugs that are inter-transformed in an informative, mediated era of co-learning. While wechating/ celebrating art simply appearing as a “MOMENT” in the fabricated reality of this fleeting existence, the Festival responds to this festive situation by nurturing on-going dialogue, discourse and interactive learning.

 

(Andrew LAM, Director of MOST, 1.12.2016)