As the year draws to a close, I find myself reflecting on the journey that has unfolded. Every year end, I’m committed to engage myself in charity goals along with my passion for art and would like to support a charity beneficiary group. This marks the 9th year of my commitment and the powerful ways it can touch lives and help people in needs. I’m filled with gratitude for the incredible support that each of you has offered to Karen Aruba Art. It keeps us going!
想知道張師傅如何從一個「廠佬」搖身一變成為手雕麻雀工匠，與囡囡 Karen 一起齊心推動香港文化工藝，請細心閱讀以下訪問，與大家照顧這幾年努力的成果。
十月份正值「麻雀獻藝」工作室 (Karen Aruba Studio) 三週年紀念的日子，我們將有一連串的慶祝活動和分享！其中一項特別內容是邀請到前「復興隆麻雀廠」創辦人張富華先生的太太，年屆九十歲高齡、鮮有接受訪問的梁玉卿女士進行訪談。儘管梁女士已達鮐背之年，但她的頭腦依然敏捷 ，對答非常流暢!
We are very honoured to be invited by ‘Crafts on Peel’ to design and feature our ‘Mahjong Wanderlust –British Theme’ in the London Craft Week, showcasing a series of collaborative works created by contemporary artisans from Hong Kong. Mahjong Wanderlust – British Theme is a collaborative work between Master Craftsman Ricky Cheung, illustrator Karen Aruba […]
Mahjong Ventures: A Symphony of Lives is a creative art project in collaboration with Novoland – an art piece with a fusion of traditional Hong Kong culture and the rich aspect of life and culture of Northern Europe, all unified by the central theme of ‘Mahjong’. This is an interconnectedness of people’s lifestyles and experiences in […]
We are very honoured to be invited by Singapore’s Channel News Asia, CNA, to feature us in their brand new lifestyle TV series titled, ‘Remarkable Living’, a group of artisans in Asia selected and interviewed in the episodes. Watch the full episode broadcast at CNA, Singapore on 26 March Sunday night.
We are very honoured to be invited by ‘Crafts on Peel’ to feature our ‘Mahjong Wanderlust – Hong Kong Theme’ during the HK Art Month exhibition, “Hearts and Hands, Crafts of Hong Kong”, showcasing a series of collaborative works created by 18 traditional craftsmen and contemporary artisans from Hong Kong. Mahjong wanderlust is a collaborative […]
Jointly organised by the Temple Mall and the Art of Mahjong Craft, an exhibition under the theme ‘Celebrate the Spring Festival by Exploring Innate Aesthetics of Mahjong Art’ is held from 30 December 2022 until 5 February 2023 in Temple Mall in the form of a sparrow-guided tour. Visitors will be able to explore the origin of Mahjong and discover the unexpected aesthetic of Mahjong! With Wong Tai Sin District as the starting point, audiences will understand the traditional Mahjong tile making and the culture behind it.