Inspired by the water wheel, an important piece of manual equipment for the salt industry in the past, mechanical designer Joseph Chan has created the artwork “Water Dragon” at Yim Tin Tsai. Visitors can step on “Water Dragon” to turn the mechanical gears, which will drive a hammer to strike the “ribs” and produce sound. The artist hopes to bring a new artistic element to Yim Tin Tsai through his artwork. Let’s watch the video and understand more about his design concept and production process!
Sai Kung Hoi Arts Festival 2023 to be held by end of this year is now inviting Hong Kong based creative talents including designers, architects and artists, etc. to create public artworks for Kau Sai Chau and High Island.
For details, please click here.
The online registration will be open from 2 Nov (Wed) 10am on a fortnightly basis, for the coming 2-4 weeks upon the system’s update. The registration schedule is as follows:
|Date Open for Registration||Newly Open Dates of the Programmes/Tours*|
|2 Nov (Wed)||16 Nov - 30 Nov|
|16 Nov (Wed)||1 Dec - 14 Dec|
|30 Nov (Wed)||15 Dec - 28 Dec|
|14 Dec (Wed)||29 Dec - 16 Jan|