Starting a new year with something new~ So we have a new point of sale for our products.They are now available at Smiling HeART ( Tsim Sha Tsui Ferry Pier) ! Feel free to check them out ~More
Thanks again for the invitation from the Traditional Services of TWGHs that invited i-dArt artists to create deity portraits inspired by the deities worshipped in Tung Wah’s temples. 36 portraits were subsequently selected and compiled into a collection of drawings.
We are happy to announce that the illustration book and related masking tape product are now available at i-dArt Kitty WOO Gallery! Our gallery visitors please feel free to take a look at these new products, and appreciate temple culture through art~ Related exhibitions will be launched soon. Stay tune~
On the “spaceship” in the JCRC lobby, green plants bud on ceramic pot in different shape. Look! The dinosaurs are singing and rainbow is blossoming. “Winter is about to leave,” the ceramic dolls whisper, ” Spring is coming soon.”More
Hurray~ i-dArt products are now available in the new opened SINCE Concept Store. It is a concept store of documentary, and a space combing reading, screening, and exhibition. The store is located near our Kitty WOO gallery. Go to have a look when you visit us next time~More
The 4th wave of Covid 19 has come. Keeping social distance is necessary. In order to be physically and mentally healthy, we all need to have a balanced diet and maintain personal hygiene, and doing regular exercise. Students who love to dance are not used to watching the small screen, but they still work very hard to adapt. Join us to move your body. We wish everyone stayed healthy and happy!More
Last August, i-dArt artists participated in [2020 PARAART TOKYO International Exchange Exhibition], and 6 of our artworks were exhibited online as well as in Japan. Recently we received the artwork album of the aforementioned exhibition from Asia Paraart Tokyo, our artists were so excited and happy seeing their own artwork being collected in the album~ Thank you for granting us the chance to participate in this amazing art exhibition, let us stay hygienic, healthy & creative!More
In view of the response level for the novel infectious disease, part of the physical art class has been changed to online lesson in order to reduce social contact. The classmates found this new mode of study unusual that they have been exploring it～More
The “Daisy Fairy and the Bear: From the Beach to Wondeer” Exhibition at the Hong Kong Arts Centre has started last week. It displayed 30 pieces of illustration created by our artists. If you are interested in how these works are connected to depict the scenes, you may have a look on the illustration book, and discover more about the story on co-existence with the nature.More
The religious custom in Hong Kong is diverse. Many Hong Kong people have the habit of gods and Buddha worshipping, even though they may not comprehend the related allusion. Obviously, these traditional cultures have already integrated into the daily life of the public.
Thanks for the invitation from the Traditional Services of TWGHs. This time, i-dArt artists were invited to create deity portraits inspired by the deities worshipped in Tung Wah’s temples. 36 portraits were subsequently selected and compiled into a collection of drawings set out to encourage members of the public to appreciate temple culture through art, as well as promote the concepts of harmony and inclusion.
The 5 days “Happy Forest” Joint Exhibition came to a close at 15 Nov. The 360 ° online exhibition is launched. Check it out and review the “happiness”~More