Posts Tagged ‘art’
In a noisy city like Hong Kong, it is easy to block out the different sounds that make up our auditory experience. Varsity meets a group of artists who are trying to teach Hong Kongers to listen again, and to find the art in sound.
Hong Kong’s colourful protest culture is increasingly infused with artistic elements, just as themes of politics and protest are increasingly expressed in artworks by local artists. Varsity takes a look at Hong Kong’s art of protest.
Meet a group of young artists, designers and art-lovers who believe art should be down with the people. Hong Kong’s Street Art Movement aims to move art from the rarified world of high-end galleries and into the streets.
Home-grown, award-winning animator, John Chan prefers to think of himself as a storyteller who wants to bring cheer and optimism to Hong Kongers.
Chan Min-leung is a familiar face in TVB dramas – he usually plays villains and unsavoury characters. Here he shows Varsity his other side as a dedicated and accomplished Chinese ink painter.
Internationally acclaimed Hong Kong photojournalist Vincent Yu on taking “one best shot” for every story and running his Upper Station Gallery.
Reporter: Victor Chan As diners sip milk tea and read their newspapers, enjoying a meal in between hectic schedules at a classic Hong Kong-style diner or cha chaan teng, they are suddenly interrupted by shouting at one of the tables. Some of the customers appear to be furiously quarrelling over a family inheritance. If this […]
Reporter: Samuel Chan Che-chung Pak Sheung-chuen does not read the way most people do. What first catches the artist’s attention is not the title or the text of the material, but the positioning of the punctuation marks and the white border round the page. This unique reading habit may be a window to explaining some […]