In a 2-hours workshop artists, students, changemakers and activists are invited to reflect about the urgencies currently happening in Hong Kong and facilitate to write the meaningful messages with the cultural technique of Calligraffiti in a live performance.
This workshop is a community projection for a new era of togetherness!
17 November 2019
4.30-5.30pm Live Performance
2-4.30pm: Community workshop
@Microwave Festival, Hong Kong City Hall, Exhibition Hall
with an introduction by Magnus Ag, Bridge Figures and the artists Friendly, Don Karl/
The project is curated by Susa Pop / Public Art Lab.
in cooperation with
Microwave Festival, Goethe-Institut Hongkong, Future DiverCities / Creative Europe Programme Michael Ang
During the MICROWAVE INTERNATIONAL NEW MEDIA ARTS FESTIVAL in Hong Kong, curated by Joel Kwong and Ellen Pau, we want to use DIGITAL CALLIGRAFFITI as an open platform of solidarity, exploring the challenging question: What can Urban Media Art do to foster a respectful dialogue in the current situation in Hong Kong? How can we use art to strengthen civil society and support social engagement?