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Exhibition period: 

Nov Nov 11-28, 2018

Venue: Pao Galleries, 4-5/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, HK


Participating Alumni-Artists
Kay Mei Ling BEADMAN
CHAN Chik Yee
CHENG Yee Man Gum
Suzy Kai Sun CHEUNG
CHEUNG Wai Sze Rachel
Christy CHOW
HEUNG Kin Fung Alex
Daphne Alexis HO
KAN Kiu Sin Tobe
LAI Wai Yi Monti
Janet LEE
LEE Suet Ying
MA King Chu Ivy
MAN Mei To
NG Hui Lan Gladys
Isabella NG
Karpo TANG
TSANG Man Fu Matthew
WONG Chun Yam Leo
WONG Suk Yin Elaine
YUEN Chun Tai
YUEN So Ling


The exhibition proudly celebrates the 20 years of partnership between RMIT University and the Hong Kong Art School (HKAS), with a focus on the social transformations it brings.

The collaboration between RMIT University and HKAS on the offering of quality tertiary education programmes in fine art has started since 1998.   All along, this treasurable partnership and the artistic accomplishments springing from it have been shaping the art ecology in Hong Kong and imposing intriguing impacts onto the art educational landscape in Hong Kong and beyond.   They have also been breathing new life into the local and the transnational art scenes.

The participating alumni-artists in this exhibition are all graduates from the Bachelor of Arts (BAFA) and/or Master of Fine Art (MFA) programmes which have been nurtured from this long-term partnership over the years.   Their works always respond or contribute to the idea of social transformations in unique ways.

We look forward to seeing you in this commemorative exhibition, and you are also cordially invited to join us in the Forum Activities, the two specially conducted Forums, alongside the exhibition.  They will certainly bring in new insights and open up new perspectives for us all.


Preserve . The Moment, 2018


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I use my BA and MFA graduation works as the base to find traces of elapsed time and to explore evidence of the transition in this constantly changing society. Memory Rebuilt, 2008 and Before Collapse, 2016, the former is the preservation of fading memories, and the latter is the reflection of the moment before the disappearance.

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