The Hong Kong Art Timeline is a project developed out of the Hong Kong Art Workshop, a HKU class in collaboration with Asia Art Archive. It aims to provide a brief overview of selected happenings in Hong Kong art history by creating a temporal map that traces events from the 1930s to the present. The map includes relevant social and political events, such as the making of museums, government policies, and shifts in financial or educational sectors that have shaped the Hong Kong art world.

The project is supervised by Dr Yeewan Koon, supported by Michelle Wong from Asia Art Archive, and led by two graduated students, Yi Ting Li and Nicole Nepomuceno.

An article on the project is now featured in the HKU Bulletin (November 2021).