Co-presented by AAA, mMK and supported by HK Museum of Art, this roundtable symposium invited twelve local and mainland art historians and cultural workers to address the issues around the art history of Hong Kong, the accuracy of its telling, and the inclusion of local voices in its documentation. The roundtable symposium aimed to encourage not just dialogues and discussion among artists, art writers, curators and scholars, but also conversations with the public on the above issues.
CHANG Tsong-zung (Director, Hanart TZ Gallery)
LU Peng (Art Historian and Critic based in Chengdu)
WAN Qingli (Director, Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University)
Christina CHU (Former Chief Curator, Hong Kong Museum of Art)
KOON Yee Wan (Assistant Professor, Department of Fine Arts, The University of Hong Kong)
Pamela KEMBER (Lecturer, Art History & Theory Hong Kong Art School)
Frank VIGNERON (Professor, Department of Fine Arts, Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Jack LEE (Vice Chairman, Hong Kong Art History Research Society)
Andrew LAM (Curator, MOST)
LEUNG Po Shan (Cultural Worker)
Linda LAI (Assistant Professor, School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong)
Victor LAI (Associate Professor, Department of Creative Arts and Physical Education, The Hong Kong Institute of Education)
Wen Yau (AAA Researcher for Hong Kong), Jaspar LAU Kin Wah (mMK conceiver)
Please contact Janet CHAN at email@example.com or 2815 1112, or Jaspar LAU Kin Wah at firstname.lastname@example.org or 9418 8184.
Details of the project can also be found on the mMK blog.