The HKU Museum Society is pleased to organize a guided tour to Sai Kung Hoi Arts Festival Joy Again, Isle with Alan Cheung, Co-founder and Managing Director of One Bite Design Studio, Curator for the Arts Festival.
Built upon the successful implementation of the three-year Yim Tin Tsai Festival in 2021, the Sai Kung Hoi Arts Festival 2022 has expanded beyond Yim Tim Tsai to include Sharp Island, Kau Sai Chau and High Island. Themed “Joy Again, Isle”, the Arts Festival continues to showcase collaborations amongst local and non-local artists, youngsters and villagers. Yim Tim Tsai and the surrounding islands will turn into an “open museum” again, blending the rich history, local culture, heritage, and natural environment of Sai Kung Hoi with artworks.
The opening edition starts with Yim Tin Tsai and Sharp Island. Our guided tour will visit art installations at these two locations. Artists are invited to create artworks with themes like village stories, balance of rural and urban development, ecological conservation, and cultural inheritance. We will enjoy a casual lunch by the waters at Chef de Yim Tin which will open especially for us on their day off.
Alan Cheung is a Co-Founder and Managing Director of One Bite Design Studio. He graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong for both his Bachelor and Master degrees in Architecture and is a registered architect in Hong Kong with 15 years of experience. Leading the first B Corp in Hong Kong from the architectural industry, he and his team at One Bite bridges commercial & public sector with the community through their creative ideas.
Alan brings collaborative creations that are grounded in human-design thinking, to connect people to the space in their community and strengthen the social fabric. He focuses on public space, social design and cross-disciplinary creative strategy.
More information about the festival can be found at: