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City Rhymes: The Melodious Notes of Calligraphy

Overview

Chinese calligraphy is the only script-based form of art that has thrived for over a millennium in the course of human civilisation. From purely a medium of communication, it has evolved into an embodiment of abstract aesthetic that represents the calligrapher's spirit and sentiments. This exhibition features over seventy artworks by Hong Kong artists from the collection of the Hong Kong Museum of Art. By exploring the interplay between calligraphy, prose and poetry, dance, painting, and music, the exhibition offers visitors a unique opportunity to discover the essence of calligraphic works through the lens of their own experience and interests, while re-examining the significance of preserving our cultural tradition amid the constant advances of technology.

 

Extension Activity

Talk Series: "City Rhymes: The Melodious Notes of Calligraphy" Exhibition

In collaboration with local artist/art critic Chan Sai-lok, the HKMoA has invited a local artist together with experts and scholars in art and literature to discuss and share their insights on topics concerning calligraphy and literature over the space of two sessions.

Date: 2022.8.6 (Saturday) (Talk 1: Literature Becomes Flesh)
            2022.9.17 (Saturday) (Talk 2: Very Good, Very Hong Kong Calligraphy)
Time: 3:00–5:00pm
Venue: B/F Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Museum of Art

Language: Cantonese
Fee: Free admission
Seats allocated for each session*: 100

*The Lecture Hall will be open for admission 20 minutes before the event commences on a first come, first served basis. The number of audience members may vary in accordance with the latest social-distancing measures.

*The talk will be broadcast live online. Please click on the following link to view the session.
Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/769410657824634

# The events are organised with the assistance of Spicy Fish Cultural Production

For programme details, please click HERE.

  • Date
    From 2022-07-22
  • Venue
    Hong Kong Art Gallery, 2/F
  • Fee
    Free

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