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Visual Arts graduation exhibition showcases artworks of 92 graduating students

02 Jun 2016

Visitors are intrigued by the creations showcased in The Gallery on Kai Tak Campus
Visitors are intrigued by the creations showcased in The Gallery on Kai Tak Campus
Visual Arts students perform a lion dance at the opening ceremony. The students handcrafted the lion costumes over the months, embracing traditional craft and innovation
Visual Arts students perform a lion dance at the opening ceremony. The students handcrafted the lion costumes over the months, embracing traditional craft and innovation

The graduation exhibition which showcases the works of 92 graduating students of the Academy of Visual Arts is now open to the public on Kai Tak Campus. The exhibition revolves around the theme “malleability” which displays the students’ capacity to invent and their entrance into their profession in the artistic fields even under potential chameleonic situations in the future.

More than 10 awards for the various art mediums aiming at encouraging art creations were presented to the students during the opening ceremony.

Activities at the exhibition include sharing sessions by the judges who participated in the deliberations on the awards, the “Art is Happening Here” forum as well as guided tours.

The exhibition will be held until 19 June (Sunday) from 11 am to 7 pm (open on public holidays). For more details, please visit: www.avabagradshow.hk.