Yiu Chun Wa graduated from the BAFA Program in 2016 that is jointly presented by Hong Kong Art School and RMIT University. He majored in Ceramics. The art shows elements and characteristics of local earth and discarded clay. The mixture of soil and clay creates a new life.
Kim Yunkyung, a contemporary artist from South Korea with a Doctorate from Hongik University and a Masters of Arts from Goldsmiths University of London (UK), focuses on installation art. She is currently a lecturer in [Read more…]
Glendy Wu‘s art piece “circles” conveys the concept of multiculturalism. In Chinese culture, the circle often symbolizes success and completeness. Overall, the work is a big circle that encompasses several circles of various sizes. Glendy [Read more…]
Mak Yee Man is a sculpture artist from Hong Kong. She completed her studies in ceramics at the National Arts School in Sydney, Australia, and received a post-graduate degree in Expression and Performing Arts from [Read more…]
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