Talk | Small Stories, Big History - Ways of Telling
Saturday 2 February 2012 | 2:30-4pm | Cantonese
Organised by the General Education Unit, The University of Hong Kong, Dr C H Ng shared his involvement in projects about women's history and popular culture in Hong Kong as examples to talk about the why, what, and how of storytelling as a form of history.
Workshop | In the Know: Experiments in Spatial Memory
Saturday 2 February 2012 | 4:30-6:30pm | English
Organised by Adam Bobbette, Melissa Cate Christ, and Andrew Toland from the Division of Landscape Architecture at the University of Hong Kong, this workshop guided participants through a series of experiments in spatial memory, tracing and overlaying their present and past routine paths through the urban landscape of Hong Kong, and culminated in an idiosyncratic guidebook to the city.
More details: www.stairculture.com
Workshop | A Few Footnotes
Sunday 3 February 2012 | 11am-1pm | Cantonese
Organized by artmatters, this programme brought in historical, artistic references, and annotates contributed by participants to further footnote a few key moments in Song Dong's 36 Calendars.
More details: www.facebook.com/artmattershk
Group Discussion | Invisible City, Invisible People
Sunday 3 February 2012 | 2:30-4:30pm | Cantonese
Organised by artmatters, this programme brought in historical, artistic references, and annotations contributed by participants to further footnote a few key moments in Song Dong's 36 Calendars.
More details: www.30sgroup.org