Draw HK: Event Day
Ignite your passion for drawing at the Draw HK event day at PMQ!
Join us and get creative at our fun drawing workshops, and learn just how easy it is to create beautiful drawings through various techniques, including Zentangle drawing – creating images with repeated abstract patterns – chalk drawing on pavements, illustration and sketching. What’s more, enjoy live drawing demonstrations and displays of large-scale commissioned artworks created by professional local artists, including Wong Tin Yan, Flying Pig and Brainrental.
During the day you can also explore the historical streets of Central with the Wahayeah Sketch Group drawing tours, or join illustrators Dirty Paper and Human Ip and try your hand at sketching plants in the Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences’ Herbal Garden or create whimsical illustrations inspired by the museum’s bacteriology display!
All workshops are free-of-charge and open to everyone. Places for small group workshops are available on a first come, first served basis. Please register online in advance. Follow us on Facebook for the latest updates.
01 – 12 | 03 | 2019
Over 600 drawings created by participating students, plus large-scale commissioned pieces created by professional local artists.
Live demonstrations by artists
02, 03, 09, 10 | 03 | 2019
10 | 03 | 2019
Date: 10/03/2019 (Sun)
Venue: PMQ Courtyard & Marketplace, Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences and along Ladder Street and Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan
Fee: Free admission, advance online registration required for selected workshops
Suitable for: Ages 10 and above
Event Day Venue Partner
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Draw HK: Exhibition
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The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant: stART Up Community Arts Project 2019
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