WONG Sze Hang, Celia
She received an honours degree from the Department of Visual Communication at the Birmingham College of Art and Design (BIAD) and a Bachelor of Design (Honours) from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (major in photography design). Participated in several installation art and photography joint exhibitions and solo exhibitions in Hong Kong and Britain. Her graduation art installation created in the UK was invited to participate in an exhibition at the Birmingham Film and Television Art Festival. Participated in several installation art and photography joint exhibitions and solo exhibitions in Hong Kong and Britain. Her artistic work "Leisure at ease" (2007), the concept inspired by "Zhuangzi", "Escape" was purchased by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government and presented to Macau at the 10th Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Cultural Cooperation Conference on February 20, 2009 He Lizuan, Director of the Cultural Bureau of the Administrative Region Government.
She is the founder of "Merry-art-round" (Merry-art-round). In 2006, she formally registered with the artist Zeng Jianhua as a non-profit organization. She teaches at universities as creative educators, teaches art workshops in middle schools, elementary schools and others. group.
She has been awarded Master of Arts in Visual Communication while further studying in England, The Birmingham Institute of Art & Design (BIAD, UCE) at 2002 September. Her graduation installation artwork was invited to exhibit in the Birmingham Film and TV Festival Fringe-Breathe on 21 to 23 November, 2002. In both UK and HK, she has also taken part in numerous joint and solo exhibitions, including installation art with'art therapy' concept and photography.
In 2009 (February 20), Celia's painting artwork “Free mine1-Decorated Fire Goby” was selected as souvenir on behalf of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) to Ms Heidi Ho, President of Macao Cultural Affairs Bureau in Hong Kong at the tenth Greater Pearl River Delta Cultural Cooperation Meeting.
Since 2006, Celia and artist kim. peacock registered merry-art-round, an non-profit art organization. It has been focused on art education for creative program in social issues; provide talks in university, art workshops in secondary and primary school.