Teacher and artist – or is it artist and teacher? – Fiona Kennedy Altoft embarks on a new adventure with a decidedly DB perspective to guide her
Hailey Shin opened Gallery Jeeum, Discovery Bay’s first art gallery, in DB Plaza in February 2020, with no clear idea of what the pandemic might bring. She set out to create a bridge between art and the community – a much needed cultural hub – and DBers have responded enthusiastically.
DB artist Eleanor McColl’s Zodiac Collection features prints of all the animals in the Chinese Zodiac, including a splendid Tiger.
AcroDance, sketching, painting Chess, Dancing, football, Mixed Martial Arts, Lego education, robotics, coding, eco awareness, outdoors, camping, STEM projects, Immersive mandarin camp
In order to cultivate kindness in tough times, Tung Chung resident Debbie Bailey writes uplifting messages on upcycled scallop shells (donated by local seafood vendors) and leaves them on the Lantau trails and across Hong Kong for people to find.
Korean transplant Hailey Shin’s sophomore art gallery is a first for DB and a welcome addition to the community- and you don’t have to buy anything.
Calling all students attending DB primary schools! Here’s your chance to put pen (or brush) to paper to celebrate the CNY with your art.
A portrait of the trees of Hong Kong and Southern China: Sally Grace Bunker
Art fairs can be overwhelming for any art lover. The experts at the Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong have shared their top tips below for exploring the art fair in Hong Kong on May 17-19, to make your experience as fun, easy, and informative as possible.
Art, dance, drama, sport, Mandarin and plenty more besides. Check out these action-packed summer courses designed to keep the kids entertained and out of your hair