[WORKSHOP 工作坊] Clay Relief Plate Workshop 陶泥浮雕工作坊（碟型）
《塑造體態：意大利文藝復興的佛羅倫斯雕塑》展覽展出十件作品，呈現出十四至十六世紀視覺藝術風格的發展。導師將講解主題展覽的雕塑和浮雕及教授基本陶泥浮雕雕塑技巧，讓參加者在學習基本陶泥手捏時製作一隻碟之餘，亦可透過觀察及創作過程中理解文藝復興時期的雕塑作品的複雜工序和特色，初探立體雕塑的構成。敬請自備膠盒，以便儲藏及帶回作品。作品尺寸大約爲20 x 20 x 5厘米。
日期 | 日子 | 語言
16.06.2018 | 星期六 | 粵語
07.07.2018 | 星期六 | 英語
04.08.2018 | 星期六 | 粵語
時間：15:00 – 17:00
Shaping the Human Body: Florentine Sculpture of the Italian Renaissance exhibition highlights ten Italian sculptures that exemplify stylistic developments in the visual arts from the 14th to the 16th century. In this workshop, the instructor will speak about the relief and sculpting techniques that were used in the displayed works. Participants will learn to appreciate the complicated process and characteristics through observation and creation, and explore the sculptures’ structural forms. Participants will learn to hand sculpt and carve their own relief plate. Please bring a plastic container (approximate dimensions 20 x 20 x 30 cm) to take away your work.
Date | Day | Language
16.06.2018 | Saturday | Cantonese
07.07.2018 | Saturday | English
04.08.2018 | Saturday | Cantonese
Time: 15:00 – 17:00
Venue: G/F, T.T. Tsui Building, University Museum and Art Gallery, HKU
Audience and Limit: Aged 12 or above, maximum 20 people per workshop
Registration & Enquiries: HK$100 per participant. Registration starts from June 5, 2018. Bisque application and glazed firing are not included in the registration fee. Information on a firing service will be provided to participants. Please click here for the application form. For enquiries, please contact Ms Chelsea Choi: [email protected] / 2241 5509.
Instructor: Parry Ling Chin Tang
Born in Hong Kong, Parry Ling received his Bachelor’s degree from the Fine Arts Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2006 and his Master’s degree from the Academy of Visual Arts of Hong Kong Baptist University in 2014. He devotes himself to art making and has participated in various local exhibitions including the 2012 Hong Kong International Sculpture Symposium. In 2015, he was awarded the HKETO－NY Yale China Arts Fellowship to conduct community arts research in the US and to participate in the International Festival for Arts and Ideas 2015.