“Meet-the-Artist” Arts Lecture Series ─ Jaffa Lam: You.Sculpture [Full]
25 Mar

In this new lecture series, arts ambassadors will be introduced to the basic artistic theory, concepts and techniques by local artists. Ambassadors will have the opportunity to enhance their creativity and arts knowledge through a different approach and learning experience.



According to the “Guide to Urban Sculpture in Hong Kong”, there are more than 320 pieces of sculptures on the streets or public areas in Hong Kong, which can be compared to the foreign countries. Surrounding by numerous of works, have you noticed their existence and appreciated them?       
Sculpture is 3-dimensional, so audience can go around it and see it from different angles for appreciation. During the creativity process, form, material and spatial used must be balanced in order to convey the concept. You could gain some basic knowledge of sculpture, be inspired and strengthen your appreciation skills, through discussion and some simple exercises with sculptor, Jaffa Lam.


    Activity Details   


Date: 12 April 2014 (Sat)
Time: 2:30pm – 4:00pm
Speaker: Jaffa Lam 
Venue: HKADC
(14/F, East Warwick House, Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Hong Kong) 
Quota: 20 Secondary Arts Ambassadors
(priority will be given to 6th Arts Ambassadors)
6 April 2014 (Sun)


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.   

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    About the Speaker   


Jaffa Lam

Jaffa received her BFA, MFA and Postgraduate Diploma in Education at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is now teaching at the Hong Kong Art School as Senior Lecturer and Programme Coordinator of Higher Diploma in Fine Arts. Apart from solo exhibitions, Lam was invited to take part in many local and international exhibitions, as well as artist residency programmes. Jaffa is a sculptor specialising in large scale site-specific works of mixed media sculptural installations. In recent years, she has been involved in many public sculptural and community projects in Hong Kong and overseas, and her works often explore issues related to the local culture, history, society and current affairs.


Website: http://www.jaffalam.net/