ABOUT

presented By

Hong Kong Arts Development Council

Established in 1995, the Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) is a statutory body set up by the Government to support the broad development of the arts in Hong Kong. Its major roles include grant allocation, policy and planning, advocacy, promotion and development, and programme planning. The mission of HKADC is to plan, promote and support the broad development of the arts including literary arts, performing arts, visual arts as well as film and media arts in Hong Kong. Aiming to foster a thriving arts environment and enhancing the quality of life of the public, HKADC is also committed to facilitating community-wide participation in the arts and arts education, encouraging arts criticism, raising the standard of arts administration and strengthening the work on policy research.

Curated By

On the Plain of Plenty Curatorial Team

On the Plain of Plenty is curated by Stephanie Cheung, Chan Tsz-lam, Zoe Hong and colleagues of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. In different capacities, they add flavour to everyday life with art and culture. On this occasion, food becomes a gateway to unexpected experiences: tree-ripe fruit shared by villagers in Tai Sang Wai, white morning glory at Seeds Lab, the mysterious grand prize hidden behind a soy sauce label, a pomelo tea caddy at Bei Bei, instant heat-purging African leaves, meeting-parties at 1983…They found in these wowing encounters delightful nourishment.

Curated By

Making On Loft

small valley TAI HANG was curated by team of Making On Loft. MOL was established in 2017 by a team of young enthusiasts, by far accumulated rich experience in community research and community development. We are skillful at inquiring innovative ways of intervening the community development, and to lead social engagement in the community in a people-centered and multidisciplinary way.

MOL is lucky to have gathered professional partners who align with our vision. Projects on social design, community art, social research and relevant educational projects are produced through initiating interactions among human, place, and happening. Throughout the intensive collaborations with different governmental organizations as well as art institutions, we apply the social design and community art education methods. These methods are supported by evidence-based research, being used in different communities and stakeholders to promote the sustainable and people-centered development of community.

MOL established also as a makerspace for social actualization with individual creators, artists and makers. The makerspace allow different art workers to actualize in their own media. Through exchange of ideas, mutual enlightenment and cooperation, they actively promote creative learning, living with autonomy, and have fun together.

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