Meet-the-Artists: Visit the Cattle Depot Artists Village [ FULL ]
7 Mar


Cattle Depot Artists Village

Pop Up Art performance 
(photo by Leo Yuen Hon Wai)
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Have you ever heard of the Cattle Depot Artists Village? Do you know that there are artists working in this historical place? Let’s visit the Village and find out more.


During the visit, the Lighting Designer and Pop Up Art Designer, Lau Ming Hang will introduce his works of pop up story books, an interesting way of storytelling in theatre.

// About the activity //

Date: 3 April 2012 (Tue)
Time: 4:30 - 6:00 PM
Venue: Cattle Depot Artists Village
63 Ma Tau Kok Road, To Kwa Wan
Quota:

25 ambassadors
(For all ambassadors, prior to 4th arts ambassadors)

 

This session is conducted in Cantonese.

Interested arts ambassadors please click the button “Join” below for registration. An email confirmation with activity details will be sent to ambassadors who have successfully registered one week before the activity date.

Deadline of registration: 23 March 2012

   


 

//  About the Artist  //

 

 

Lau Ming Hang    

Also known as “SunFool”, Lau is a freelance theatre Lighting Designer and Pop-Up Art Designer. He has designed lighting for many local and overseas theatre companies, including Theatre du Pif, On and On Theatre Workshop, Hong Kong Repertory Theatre, and Prospects Theatre Company etc. His works The Will to Build, The Good Person of Szechuan, Dragon Head and The French Kiss were nominated of Best Lighting Design at the Hong Kong Drama Awards. Lau also directed and created his own debut theatre works, Am I Crying, FireKid and Mr. Windy NoBody, the fusion of storytelling, paper-cutting, music and the crafting of Pop-Up storybooks.