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Fri, 14 Jan

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Sok Kwu Wan Pier No.2

​​Night DOG walking at Sok Kwu Wan (Cancelled)

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​​Night DOG walking at  Sok Kwu Wan  (Cancelled)
​​Night DOG walking at  Sok Kwu Wan  (Cancelled)

Time & Location

14 Jan 2022, 21:00 – 22:30

Sok Kwu Wan Pier No.2, Sok Kwu Wan

About the event

When there are less travellers crowding in Sok Kwu Wan at nighttime, it is a good time for dog walking. Brandon, one of the artists-in-residence, would like to invite you to become a “DOG owner” and join him to roam around the island. You are invited to share your dog stories with the artist while enjoying the placidity of Sok Kwu Wan along the way. You will also be able to have a deeper understanding of Brandon’s artworks and get to know Lamma from a new perspective.

Date: 14/1/2022 (Fri)

Time:21:00-22:30

Route:From Sok Kwu Wan Pier No.2 to Tin Hau Temple

Quota:10

*Free admission

*The gathering point of the activity is Sok Kwu Wan Pier No. 2.

* After the activity, the last ferry from Sok Kwu Wan to Central would be at 22:40.

*Participants are not required to bring their own dogs. Of course, all dogs are welcome to join.

*The workshop is a night time activity, please lower your voice and do not disturb the islanders.

*The workshop is held outdoors. Please take appropriate measures to keep warm, wear sunscreen and prevent mosquito bites.

*The participants must follow the instructions of the staff to take part in the event in groups of 4 people, and each group should maintain proper social distance of 1.5 meters with others

 

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About the artist:
Brandon Chan

Brandon received his Bachelor and Master of Visual Arts degrees from the Academy of Visual Arts at the Hong Kong Baptist University. He considers himself an ‘art labourer’ who collects stories about objects and people, and creates narratives about their complex relationships. His work serves as an exchange platform for people to share their daily lives, and their abandonment of and attachment to objects, probing into the cultural history of objects through the stories of all walks of life.

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