Wong Tin Yan
Led by local artist Wong Tin Yan and his instructor team, these workshops give participating families an opportunity to make toys or decorative objects together by recycling scrap wood. Woodworking has long been part of the Tai Kwun story as carpentry was a form of prison labour in the 19th century Victoria Prison. Tai Kwun is also a supporter of upcycling, as the facades of its two new buildings— JC Contemporary and JC Cube — are made from discarded wheel rims.
2019.01.26 | Piggy mobile stand
2019.02.16 | Piggy seat
2019.03.02 | Piggy book stand
Wong Tin Yan was born in Hong Kong. He graduated from the Department of Fine Arts, Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2000. As a sculptor, he likes to collect discarded wood pellets to create cartoon style sculptures. His work has been collected by Hong Kong Museum of Art, local and overseas private collectors. Apart from local and overseas exhibitions, he has also worked in art education for more than ten years. He has co-operated with world-famous brands on various cross-over projects, and has also completed some public art projects in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Japan and Taiwan. Wong also loves to share his opinion and experiences as a columnist in newspapers and magazines. He is now the founder of a new independent art space, “Form Society”.
$160 / Family Pair (One adult with one child)
$120 / Additional Child
$80 / Additional Adult
Each participating group consists of one family pair (one adult with one child).
Each session welcomes 8 family pairs. Children must be 8 years old or above.
Please register and pay on art-mate.net