[WORKSHOP] Creative Arts Workshop

10/01/2019 -
15:00 - 19:00
17/01/2019 -
15:00 - 19:00
22/02/2019 -
15:00 - 19:00
01/03/2019 -
15:00 - 19:00

The University Museum and Art Gallery will be hosting a Creative Arts Workshop highlighting the history and development of western painting. The workshop will give an overview of the historical development of materials commonly used to create paintings, along with a look into artists’ individual studio practices throughout the centuries. In addition, each participant will produce an artwork of his/her own—beginning with the preparation of panel support to the creation of a final drawing or painting. The workshop will consist of two modules: Deconstructing a Painting and Painting Media. The first module will cover how artists choose and construct canvas and panel supports, while Painting Media will discuss the history of media and painting techniques.

Date: 10 & 17 January 2019 (Thursday) | 22 February & 1 March 2019 (Friday)
Time: 15:00 – 19:00
Venue: G/F, T.T. Tsui Building, University Museum and Art Gallery, HKU
Audience: Aged 18 or above
Language: English
Registration & Enquiries:
Registration begins on December 27, 2018. Course fee is HK$600 per participant. Please click here for the application form. For enquiries, please contact Ms Chelsea Choi: [email protected] / 2241 5509.

Instructor: Ms Youjin Noh
Youjin holds a Master’s degree in Painting Conservation from the Sorbonne University (Maîtrise des Sciences et Techniques de Conservation – Restauration des Biens Culturels) in Paris, as well as a Master’s in Paper Conservation from the University of London. Prior to this, Youjin studied Asian Arts at Ewha University in Seoul. She has previously worked at the Hamilton Kerr Institute of Cambridge University as a painting conservator, undertaking the restoration of numerous important works, including the "Adoration of the Shepherds by Sebastiano del Piombo" (Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge University), which won the 2017 Restoration and Conservation Museum + Heritage Award. Youjin currently runs her own restoration studio in Hong Kong.

Image: (From left to right) Photos taken from the previous workshop