Fast Art Workshop
Are you interested in learning the art of stencils and spraypainting?
Hong Kong artist Bing Lee (now based in New York) was one of the early pioneers of using visual vocabulary as a personal diary to express emotions and feelings. He is visiting Hong Kong in order to teach interested students how to create their own visual vocabulary.
This "Fast Art workshop" has been specially designed by Bing Lee to allow beginners experiencing and working with a renowned Hong Kong American artist under his guidance on how to create art. The workshop begins with a professional art demonstration by Bing Lee , where you will learn to help an artist in creating a large format banner for display together.
Students learn the following:
-How to use images as visual vocabulary to communicate.
-Hands-on experience to make stencil art.
-Work collectively as a team.
Date : 22/7/2018（ Sun） Time : 3pm
Address: 1a space Unit 14, Cattle Depot Artist Village, 63 Ma Tau Kok Road, To Kwa Wan, Kowloon
Entry is on a first-come, first-served basis.
⏩⏩Entry is on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are interested in joining us, please fill in the online application form ;
You can also email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 25290087 for details. 🤣 Bing Lee (b 1948 in Guangzhou, China) grew up in Hong Kong and then moved to New York in the late 1970s where he has lived and worked ever since. In 1990, the artist established Bing Lee studio and since then he has installed numerous site-specific public art projects worldwide including Kowloon Tong Station in Hong Kong and the Canal Street Subway Station in New York. Bing Lee is an artist in the Dismantling the Scaffold Exhibition at Tai Kwun Contemporary curated by Spring Workshop's Christina Li. (For details, please visit artist’s website: www.bingleestudio.com)
Free admission. Limited seats available on registration.
Registrations are based on first come first served basis.
This public programme is part of Dismantling the Scaffold, curated by Christina Li in Tai Kwun Contemporary. Co-presented by 1a space and Tai Kwun.