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.
「巧雀奇緣」 麻雀藝術展 – 啟德郵輪碼頭延續篇已於今年8月18 – 21日完滿結束! 三位不同範疇的藝術家跨界別合作，以影像、插畫、雕刻麻雀不同媒介，發掘傳統麻雀工藝的奧妙。Karen Aruba插畫藝術家聯同她的父親，香港碩果僅存的手雕麻雀工匠張誠忠師傅以「巧雀奇緣」主題配合插畫傳承香港手雕麻雀文化與工藝。Karen Aruba Art同時邀請攝影師 AndyPoll運用微距鏡頭拍攝，從中探索「非物質文化遺產」手雕麻雀背後少為人知的一面。
Exhibition Period: 23.07 – 13.08.2022 Time: Tuesday to Saturday, 12 – 7pm (closed on Sun & Mon) Experience a never-seen-before insight into the visual beauty of mahjong tiles with this ‘The Art of Mahjong Craft x Photography Exhibition’, which takes an intimate look at what is involved in the traditional art of hand-carving mahjong tiles […]
We are happy to decide that our ‘Wanderlust in Mahjong Craftsmanship’ exhibition will be extended until end of February in ‘The Art of Mahjong Craft’ themed studio! We will continue to bring our travellers through an immersive journey of revival for Hong Kong Mahjong craftsmanship in every Saturday afternoon until 27 February 2021 throughout the upcoming Chinese New Year […]
與「雀」同遊 – 麻雀雕刻藝術展 昔日香港，打麻雀是普羅大眾的玩意，但大家有否想過這歷史悠久的傳統玩意背後蘊含的文化及工藝歷史呢? 是次展覽將由一隻小麻雀帶領大家進行一次穿越地域、時間的探索之旅。由1963年位於香港九龍城傳統由插畫師祖父建立的手雕麻雀工房開始，遊歷至九龍灣廠房以了解不同年代的工藝、科技變化。踏入2020年，特意來到青年廣場進行展覽，展示在高科技的印刷技術下，現代插畫藝術如何糅合傳統工藝，化身成不受時代約束的文化藝術產品，希望讓更多青年人認識這個傳統工藝，並把這門工藝傳揚下去。 Mahjong is a common tabletop game that was ubiquitous in Hong Kong during the olden days. Have you ever curious about the art history behind this traditional game? Leading by a little sparrow, the exhibition will bring visitors travel through times and spaces. By bringing visitors back to 1963, a […]
Master Ricky Cheung, a caring, cheerful and responsible father, devoted most of his life in mahjong manufacturing industry until the ‘Fuk Hing Lung’ Mahjong manufacturing factory’ could not be kept afloat with the economic turmoil after 2000s in Hong Kong. Having almost 40 years hand-carved mahjong tile experience, he started learning hand-carved and hand-painted tiles […]
Life in old Kowloon City of Hong Kong and the beautiful Caribbean island of Aruba could not be more different. But for the Chinese communities living here or working abroad, there are common values people taken with them which allows them to adapt and thrive. Spending part of her childhood in these totally different places […]