https://youtu.be/wtoceOQBXiQHong Kong Impressions: Re-imagine Our City through Art and Stories
Once known as the 'Riviera of the Orient,' Hong Kong's natural scenery inspired generations of artists. Trekking to rural areas without modern convenience of subway, artists of yesteryear also contributed to the rise of local tourism with their unconventional perspectives on various sites.
Join Mark Barnekow (Executive Director of The University of Chicago Francis and Rose Yuen Campus in Hong Kong) and Josh Yiu (Director of Art Museum, CUHK) to look at incredible paintings of Hong Kong by both renowned and forgotten artists, and check out their Instagram-worthy hideouts.
Date: 24 October 2020 (Saturday)
Time: 10:00am HKT
Channel: Zoom and CUHK Faculty of Arts 香港中文大學文學院 & 香港中文大學文物館 Art Museum, CUHK Facebook Page
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Organizer: CUHK Faculty of Arts
Supporting Organizations: Art Museum, CUHK & The University of Chicago Francis and Rose Yuen Campus in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Impressions: Re-imagine Our City through Art and Stories