City of Victoria Sketching Tour by Frank Tang


Outside The Margin: Remembering King of Kowloon

City of Victoria Sketching Tour by Frank Tang

Date & Time

4 - 10 Jul, 2021 10am-1pm


04.07.2021│Victoria Park and A Hall Studio;
10.07.2021│Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Park and A Hall Studio


$50 per time slot


During the British colonial period, Hong Kong’s capital, Victoria, was divided into four “rings”: Sai Wan (including Kennedy Town, Shek Tong Tsui and Sai Ying Pun), Sheung Wan, Central and Ha Wan (now Wan Chai and Causeway Bay). Today, these areas are the city’s political, financial and commercial centre.

Frank Tang is one of the participated artists of INK CITY exhibition at Tai Kwun Contemporary. In his series of paintings exploring monuments, Frank furthers his scrutiny of the city’s urban landscape along with the fascinating history of the statues and memorials that checker Hong Kong, thus carefully charting and uncovering the city’s layered past.

In this “City of Victoria Sketching Tour”, Frank Tang will lead participants to travel through Ha Wan (Victoria Park and Causeway Bay) or Central (Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Park) in order to objectively understand these two places both from urban observations and from provided information. While wandering through the areas, Frank Tang will share his method of sketching with participants and describe the landscapes, sounds and personal feelings.

Tickets (Cantonese)
$50 per time slot
Please register and pay

In case of unforeseen circumstances, the workshop will be hosted online or be cancelled. Please look out for the email notification with more details.

Artist Bio

Frank Tang

Born in Hong Kong in 1988, Frank Tang uses a range of technologies and platforms in his projects, including ink painting, video, sound and collaborative performance. He received his Bachelor of Visual Arts from Academy of Visual Arts (AVA), HKBU in 2010.  He was invited to an artist-in-residence programs in Zurich by The Zurich University of the Arts in 2014 and Akiyoshidai International Art Village in Japan in 2020. He was awarded Grant Award by Muses Foundation (2012), the Louis Mak Chinese Painting Award (2012), AVA Award (2010), Yau Sang Cheong Chinese painting Award (2009). Recently, Tang has participated in exhibitions including, in “Hidden Forest” at Asia Society Hong Kong Center (2019),  “A Taste of Hong Kong” at Les Halles de Schaerbeek in Belgium (2016), 「音をめぐる場と表現」at Kyoto Art Center in Japan(2016), and “China 8 - Tradition Today – Ink Painting and Calligraphy” at Kunstmuseum Gelsenkirchen in Germany (2015) . His artworks have been exhibited in museums, art organizations and galleries in Germany, Switzerland, Japan, the Mainland, Taiwan and Hong Kong.