The Department started to organize exhibitions even since its establishment. In 1978, A Retrospective Exhibition of the Works of Fan Tchun-pi was held at both the Pao Sui Loong Galleries, Hong Kong Arts Centre, and the Fung Ping Shan Museum, marking the establishment of the Department. Ever since then, teachers and students would curate exhibitions together, sometimes at the Fung Ping Shan Museum, but more often in the Fine Arts classroom (MB240).
Over the past years, our staff and students have curated a wide range of exhibitions; subjected from Chinese ink painting, sculptures, to prints, photography, and installations. These exhibitions not only provided hands-on curating experiences for students; but also gave them the opportunities to interact with artists and the general public.
Alongside the exhibitions, the Department also published exhibition brochures and catalogues to engage students in academic research and writing.
To view the full exhibition list, please click here.
To view our publications, please click here.
Paintings by Pau Siu Yau
10-30 Jun 1981
Nancy Chu-Woo: Drawings and Paintings of Human Figures
11-22 May 1987
A Sense of Place: Exhibition of Recent Works by Chan Chi-ling and Wong Wo-bik
15 Dec 1988 – 4 Jan 1989
Acrylic-Batik-Crayon Paintings by Janet Echelman
24 May – 30 Jun 1990
Engaging Tradition: Violation
19 Mar – 14 May 1994
Modern Sculpture from the Collection of Mary and George Bloch
29 Nov – 30 Dec 1983
Ink Painting by Liew Come Tong
4-31 Jan 1988
An Exhibition of Works by Chan Wan Yiu
9-23 Sept 1989
BODY: An Installation by Comyn Mo
5-20 Sept 1991
In the Footsteps of the Buddha: An Iconic Journey from India to China
26 Sep – 15 Dec 1998
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