Hang Li is the co-founder of Sandwishes Studio. Graduated from the Hong Kong Art Centre and the Master Degree of Interdisciplinary Art in National Taipei University of the Arts. During the study period, Hang Li cooperate with Disadvantaged people of Happy Mount in New Taipei City, which develop some experiment in about art engaged in social issues.
胡美寶 Wu May Bo
Co-artistic Director of Dirks Theatre (Hong Kong and Macau). May Bo has extensive experience in teaching, performing and creating theatre, and has presented her work in America, England, Japan, Korea, Portugal, Slovenia, Taiwan, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Macau. The one-month creative residency in December 2016 will culminate in a work in progress presentation. In addition, there will be 3 workshops conducted by the artists in residence.
Veron Sung is a Photo-based Cross-disciplinary Artist, founder of Veron Sung Studio who was educated in France and UK with scholarship and was named on the Faculty Dean’s Honours List. She then worked in London, Sydney, Auckland, Bali and now Hong Kong. Her works were exhibited and awarded numerously in Asia, Oceanic and Europe. She has photographed over 40 countries. She taught in universities and was employed by Kodak, Cosmopolitan and Bazaar international acclaimed magazines.
Stephanie is currently Curator of the Hong Kong Institute of Contemporary Culture’s MaD (Make a Difference) platform and oversees its programme design and creative directions. During the period of stay, she is going to explore the stories of aboriginal people who live in big city. Through interview, she could understand more about them and use organic way to co-produce the stories.
Fong Wan Chi, Vangi
Vangi is also a member of Wooferten Continuously Working Group & So Boring cooperative store based in Yau Ma Tei.
Reds Cheung is a young talented artist who graduated from Hong Kong Baptist University, Academy of Visual Arts. Later, He received his MA in Visual Culture Studies from Chinese University of Hong Kong, Department of Cultural and Religious Studies. He specializes in Installation Art, Sculpture, Drawing, Painting, and Graphic Design.
Visual artist | Hong Kong Education 1989 Studio School, Artist in Residence, New York, USA 1988 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine, USA Queens College, M.F.A., New York, USA 1986 Ball State University, M.A., Indiana, USA 1984 Tokyo National University of Fine Art, Research Assistant, Tokyo, Japan 1981 Chinese University of Hong Kong, B.A., Hong Kong Honors
Tiger Ho Lun Wong
Tiger Wong, born in Hong Kong in 1984. His clay journey was started since childhood and he is recently a BA student at RMIT, majoring in ceramics. He has been a technician of The Pottery Workshop since 2006. In 2008, he started to work in Hong Kong Visual Art Centre and Hong Chi Association Pine Hill Pottery as technician and art director, respectively. In the same year, a joint ceramics exhibition, "Last Order", was held by the artist and Hikki Lau.