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British Artist Antony Gormley’s Event Horizon in Hong Kong

First shown in London in 2007, followed by Rotterdam, New York, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, the internationally acclaimed public art project Event Horizon by British artist Antony Gormley comes to Hong Kong this November!   Event Horizon will be the largest and most prolific public art project ever installed in Hong Kong. Thirty one sculptures looking out into space will be mounted at both street level and building tops across Hong Kong’s Central and Western districts, questioning how the built world relates to an inherited earth.   Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation is proud to be working with British Council to arrange guided tours for young people as part of this incredible project.    Event Horizon - Installation view, São Paulo, Brazil, 2012. Photograph by Edouard Fraipont
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Rae’s Letters of Hope - Seeking Schools

Cancer can affect people of all ages. While young people may care about those who are affected, they often do not know how to express their concern and support. We are now seeking schools who would like to take part in Rae's Letters of Hope from September 2015 until December 2016. Rae's Letters of Hope consists of a series of workshops that guide young people to create handcrafted postcards and messages of support to help cancer patients through their journey. Led by a professional artist, students learn about cancer and treatment methods, explore various creative mediums such as collage, paper cutting, print and illustration, and express their care and concern through inspiring words and images. The resulting handmade cards will be delivered to young cancer patients at Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Rae's Letters of Hope is dedicated to the memory of professional artist Rae Leung, who helped to set up this youth cancer support initiative in 2014.
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Out to Sea? The Plastic Garbage Project

In partnership with Project WeCan, 40 local students worked with YAF environmental artist liina klauss to create a stunning beach installation: Trash-Land-Art. Made entirely from 2240 litres of beach waste collected at Lantau's Lo Kei Wan in a single afternoon, this artwork is an attempt to raise public awareness of the appalling amount of plastic waste that exists in the city's waters. Photographs and a timelapse video of the artwork creation process will be on display as part of Hong Kong Science Museum's Out To Sea? The Plastic Garbage Project exhibition from this November till next February.
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