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23Nov, 2009

Exhibition “Seeing China: Antique European Illustrated Books, 1667-1874”

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“Seeing China: Antique European Illustrated Books, 1667-1874”, an exhibition curated by students in the Department of Fine Arts An exhibition of rare books from the University of Hong Kong Libraries, curated by students in the Department of Fine Arts, at The University of Hong Kong. opening ceremony: Tuesday, December 1, 2009, 5:00 p.m. The University Museum and Art Gallery Fung Ping Shan Building The University of Hong Kong

14Oct, 2009

Asian Art Essay Prize for 2008-2009

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The First University of Hong Kong Museum Society Asian Art Essay Prize Dear members and friends of the Department of Fine Arts, The Department of Fine Arts at the University of Hong Kong is pleased to announce that the winner of the first University of Hong Kong Museum Society Asian Art Essay Prize is  Ms. Estella Hu Yue (BA 2009) for an essay entitled “The Political Import of the ‘Buddha’ and the ‘Foreign Kings’ in ‘Barbarian Royalty Worshipping Buddha.’” Please join us in congratulating Hu Yue! The winning essay can be viewed here. The jury for this year’s prize has also awarded a special mention to Jennifer Chiang for [...]

2Oct, 2009

Naoshima and Echigo trip

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This July, a small group of Fine Arts students, Class of 2009, participated as helpers for the Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial. The Echigo-Tsumari AT (hereafter ETAT) is the largest international site-specific art project in the world. The students’ trip was made possible by the generous donation from The University of Hong Kong Museum Society and the Faculty of Arts. Unlike other art biennales or triennials, the ETAT ambitions are driven by social and civic needs. As increasing number of the younger generation move from the countryside to cities, areas such as Echigo in the Niigata Prefecture have been badly affected by a depleting population. [...]

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