Telling Tales - Themed Family Workshops [ENGLISH]VIEW EVENT DETAILS
No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia Programs
Workshop starts at 2:00 pm
Workshop ends at 5:00 pm
Designed for children aged 4 to 12, family workshops provide creative, hands-on opportunities for children to explore the gallery with their parents or caregivers. Available as a weekly Sunday afternoon program, each family workshop will be led by an experienced museum educator and is designed around a specific theme related to the No Country exhibition.
The theme for the workshop is Telling Tales. Every Artwork tells a story and artists are all storytellers. Some choose to tell it by objects, some choose to express through photography. In the interactive theme-specific gallery tour, children can explore how artists express themselves through different medium of arts. After the gallery tour, children can try to create and tell stories with different elements. Families can work together to create their own family story books. It is never too early for Arabian Nights!
The workshop will be followed by a site tour of Asia Society Hong Kong Center, home of the Former Explosives Magazines and a unique heritage site of Hong Kong. Crafted as an opportunity for quality family time, the workshops encourage dialogues in families and nurture creativity in children and adults alike.
Please click here to view all the programs related to the No Country exhibition
No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia is jointly organized by Asia Society Hong Kong Center and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York, and is a cultural engagement of UBS.
All participants grant Asia Society Hong Kong Center a non-exclusive, royalty-free, perpetual, transferable, irrevocable right to use, reproduce, publish and display their image and voice, and any reports, imagery, videos, or other copyright material, provided for or resulting from the sessions, throughout the world in any media, including the right to sub-license to others, including The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, at ASHK’s discretion.