Meet-the-Artists: Lam Tung Pang [FULL]
3 Mar


“Meet-the-Artists” allows arts ambassadors to talk to different local artists face to face to appreciate their artwork and learn their interesting stories behind

Arts Inspiration from Living
Visit Lam Tung Pang’s studio

You may often hear that Hong Kong is a concrete jungle and a cultural desert. Do you agree? Are we all so busy and neglected some precious things around us? Do you believe that culture and art are just too abstract for our hectic lifestyles? Lam Tung-pang observes and explores all walks of life, with more than 10 years of drawing experience and working determinedly in multiple genres, uses art to respond to his surroundings and culture. Let’s visit the Lam Tung Pang’s studio to find out how he creates his art.

// About the activity // 

Date: 12 March 2014 (Wed)
Time: 5:00 – 6:30PM
Location: Lam Tung Pang’s studio (Fo Tan District)
Quota: 15 Ambassadors (priority will be given to 6th Arts Ambassadors)

This session will be conducted in Cantonese.

Interested Arts Ambassadors please click the button “Join” below for registration. Ambassadors who have successfully registered will receive a confirmation email before the activity date.

Deadline of registration: 9 March 2014 (Sun)
[ The event is full. Thank you! ]
//  About the artist  //
LAM Tung-pang, born in Hong Kong, and currently lives and works in Hong Kong. Lam’s works are mostly related to specific situations or social contents and some of them are in monument scale by given a touch of humanity. Recent project includes disappeared Hong Kong Art series, The Curiosity Box. He has been awarded Hong Kong Contemporary Art Biennial Awards (2009), Arts Scholarship from Hong Kong Arts Development Council (2003) and Asian Cultural Council Fellowship (2012). He has exhibited extensively world-wide and has work in many private and public collections, including Destche Bank, Hong Kong Museum of Art and commission work by Hong Kong Legislative Council. In 2012, he was awarded the outstanding contributions to the development of culture and arts by The Secretary for Home Affairs, Hong Kong.