Programmes|Sai Kung Town

Join the Artists Co-creation Workshop: Co-Weaving Workshop

  • 7 Oct (Sat) 14:00 - 17:00

  • Sai Kung Man Yee Wan Recreation Centre - 25 Man Nin Street, Sai Kung

  • 15

  • Cantonese

  • Free

  • Cantonese

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“Waves Weaving Pavilion – Co-Weaving Workshop” invites the public to contribute to the making of Waves Weaving Pavilion on Kau Sai Island. From fixing a boat to making a fishing net, we can see the presence of rope in fishermen’s daily lives. Learning from the technique of weaving and the use of rope in fishing communities, the workshop introduces the traditional weaving technique and its material culture in fishing villages, together creating a space on Kau Sai Chau’s rock beach for visitors to experience the natural environment and enjoy the sunrise and sunset on the island.

Reminder: Gloves and face masks will be provided on the day. We will be using timber frame and jute rope for the workshop, therefore, people who are allergic to wood dust or jute fibers are advised to take this into consideration when signing up.


About Su Chang, Sherman Lam, Andie Lam:
Su Chang is the principal of Su Chang Design Research Office and an adjunct assistant professor in the University of Hong Kong. His teaching and design research revolves around architecture’s relationship with the water environment. He is the project leader of Liquid Homes, a design-based research on island geography, village histories, and material culture of Hong Kong fishing villages.

Sherman Lam graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in the University of Hong Kong. He interprets his thoughts in the form of photography and architecture and explores the relationship among nature, our living space, and people. Lam is the founder of Team Tombolo, an experimental community building project established in 2018 which aims to intensify the networks between indigenous people of rural spaces and others.

Andie Lam graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in the University of Hong Kong. She loves drawing and nature and is concerned with the development of Hong Kong’s rural sites. She is a volunteer worker at Yi O and was responsible for programme execution and farming activities.