We also provided different types of talks and workshops on sustainability art for teachers and students in various schools , where discovered art-making could be both educational and filled with fun! 

Programmes
For Schools

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Our Programmes Highlight
2021 - 2022
《Sustainable Art 》Talks
Speaker:                 Artist-in-residence at Sustainability Art Hub
Location:                 School
Number of people:   250 (Target)
Time:                      90 minutes
(The time and number of people can be adjusted according to the needs of the school)

Featuring art projects with themes related to sustainable development or using sustainable materials.

Content includes the concept of ‘Sustainability Art’, concepts and media of the artworks exhibited, backgrond of relevant artists and their methology and creative process, as well as issues for reflection, etc.

Participating Artists : Cornelia Erdmann, Celia Ko, Evelyna Liang, Tony Ng, Eric Niebuhr, Dio Wong, Margaret Yeung, Kata Sangkhae (Thailand), Benjamin Hao, Inkgo Lam, Michael Wong and Shanghai Street Worker Puppet Theatre, etc. 


 
《Sustainability Art Exhibition》 Guided Tours
Location:                 Sha Lek Corner
Capacity:                20-50
Duration:                 60 minutes
(classroom and on-site car park arrangement are included)

Featuring art projects with themes related to sustainable development or using sustainable materials.

Content includes the concept of ‘Sustainability Art’, concepts and media of the artworks exhibited, backgrond of relevant artists and their methology and creative process, as well as issues for reflection, etc.

Participating Artists : Cornelia Erdmann, Celia Ko, Evelyna Liang, Tony Ng, Eric Niebuhr, Dio Wong, Margaret Yeung, Kata Sangkhae (Thailand), Benjamin Hao, Inkgo Lam, Michael Wong and Shanghai Street Worker Puppet Theatre, etc. 

* Can add on a “Zero-carbon” Upcycled
Paper Art Making Workshop
2020 - 2021
Book of Sand
By integrating upcycled art and green literature, a series of 7 workshops have been developed to engage participants to reflect on environmental conservation and sustainability through a fun-filled workshop. The workshop consists of a poetry and handicraft session, in which participants are taught to create a “Box of Hope” that they could take away after workshop.
 
The programme is designed and led by award-winning author/literature educator, Mr Joe Tsui, as well as artist/art educator, Ms. Yuk Shan Wong. One volunteer training session and 4 workshops for the public were conducted during the reporting period, in which participants of all ages had an enjoyable afternoon.
 
This series of workshop is funded by the Environment and Conservation Fund.
2019
Workshops for schools
We have conducted sustainability art talks and workshops for students and educators from different schools, including participants of “Inno Power@JC: Fellowship for teachers”, the workshops were well received and many of them discovered art making could be educational and fun!