Hanging Around@ JTIA: The Creative Process

Some people chase light and shadow in the darkness and grope towards the unseen. They need only a little light to light up their enthusiasm and dreams, and shine bright.

Behind the spotlight are a group of persistent cultivators, silently making great creative work.
With your support they can break through the barriers of reality and complete this feast of creation.

27 January, 24 February, 17 March 2019
12 noon – 6 pm
Outside area, Mid Zone, JTIA (800 Castle Peak Road, Mei Foo, Kowloon)

Selected Works of HKAPA Film & TV Students

– Major Props Exhibition

Selected Works of

 HKAPA Film & TV Students – Screening

Selected Works of

 HKAPA Film & TV Students

– Sharing Session

Handmade Market

Themed Activities

& Workshops

Activities for

Parents & Children

Flower Festival Activities

Literary Sketching @ JTIA

Music


Selected Works of HKAPA Film & TV Students
– Major Props Exhibition

In January, JTIA together with the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA), will present a series of outstanding film productions by creative teams of local students. They will present the creativity behind the younger generation of film producers through a props exhibition, film screenings, and director-sharing sessions. It would be difficult to ignore the inspiration and stories behind the creativity and vision of these local filmmakers.

  • Film Themed Exhibition
    Props Exhibition
    Props are metaphors of a film’s narrative and are extensions and symbols of the characters in the story. The exhibition will show for the first time the important props of the three films “The True Story of Ah Poon”, “Where’s the Head?”, and “Landing” including the school stationery used by child and Ah Poon’s father’s taxi driver’s license from “The True Story of Ah Poon”, the head mold and production photographs from “Where’s the Head?” and the spacesuit worn by Man of “Landing” in her imagination, show the creator’s intention through the props symbolized by the protagonist.Date: 27 January to 4 February 2019Time: 10 am – 6 pm
    Place: Activity Rooms 2 & 4, G/F, Block G, Mid Zone, JTIA
    Cost: Free
  • Screenings

    These works of three Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts graduates, take the individual as their subject, use plots, suspense, fantasy and other themes to create an imaginative and complex reality. These three films have not only won many awards, but also affirm the creative power of the younger generation. They also show that these creators keenly capture contemporary social issues and how “I” can find peace amidst turbulence.
    Time: 2:30 pm-4 pm, 27 January 2019
    Place: Theatre, Block I, Mid Zone, JTIA
    Cost: Free
    Register: Click Here (seats are limited, please register in advance)
  • Sharing Session
    The films’ directors have been invited to reflect on their films, deconstructing such things as the pains and joys of the film production process and the creation of ideas. They will also share their feelings on joining the film industry after graduation. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to show your interest in the work of dreams!
    Time: 4 pm-5 pm, 27 January 2019
    Place: Theatre, Block I, Mid Zone, JTIA
    Cost: Free
    Register: Click Here (seats are limited, please register in advance)

The True Story of Ah Poon

Director : TSIM Ho Tat

Production Year : 2010

Where’s The Head?

Director : LUI Mei Fung, Livia

Production Year : 2015

Landing

Director : WONG Kam, Oscar
Production Year : 2017


Handmade Market

Take advantage of the opportunity to experience what is lovingly handmade.
Sharing things is to aid in the imagination and practice of a good life.

Date: 27 January, 24 February, 17 March
Time: 12 noon – 6 pm
Place: Outside Area, Mid Zone, JTIA

 

 


Themed Activities & Workshops
Exchanging DVD / Exchanging Beauty & Sorrow

We experience a life of many flavours, like sweet, sour, bitter or spicy, every time we exchange a DVD with others and watch a new movie. We want to share this experience with you.
In the online generation, we exchange physical DVDs in lieu of real emotional exchange, between the video and “I”, and between the real “you” and “me”.

Time: 2 pm – 6 pm, 27 January 2019
Place: Outside Area, Mid Zone, JTIA
Remark: You are welcome to bring DVDs to swap, but please no violent, pornography or pirated discs.

 

Zoetrope Workshop

A Zoetrope Workshop was first held at the “Next Stop: State Theatre An Exhibition Celebrating its 65th Anniversary – and Beyond” a tribute to the State Theatre’s contribution to Hong Kong’s film industry. This workshop allows participants to deconstruct the principle of the Zoetrope projector; the film frame will then be attached onto recycled paper and combined with a festive music box to make a compact zoetrope. We will present local movies at the event and also exchange views about old things. Old things carry human stories. If we try to cleverly connect stories and objects together, the value of the things we preserve and the sediment of history can be vividly passed down. Just like the zoetrope we will make, the glory days of Hong Kong movies through music, film, and community resources will live on.
Time: 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm, 27 January 2019
Place: Activity Room 10, G/F, Block J, Mid Zone, JTIA

Quota: 20
Cost: HK$300 per person
Remark: Fee includes all materials & tools

Mini “Neon Lights” Workshop

Myosotis Flower began operations in November 2016, mainly producing dried flower bouquets. In January 2018, it officially changed from being an online store to a physical store, and launched workshops focusing on lights and flowers. In the past year, it has worked with a number of companies and institutions and has been interviewed by the media.

 

Participants in the mini “neon light” workshop receive a two-meter long cold light with a battery holder (for AA batteries), and are free to create a distinctive and easy-to-carry twisted neon light, which is a good tool for taking pictures and as a small decoration for the home.

*The finished item is approximately 20 cm x 30 cm.

 

Time: 4 pm – 5 pm, 27 January 2019
Place: Activity Room 10, G/F, Block J, Mid Zone, JTIA

Quota: 25

Cost: HK$300 per person

Remark: Fee includes all materials and tools

Register: Click here


Activities for Parents & Children

Pinball Machine Workshop

Anew Toys is a social enterprise scheme dedicated to the community-based, rejuvenation of toys and the right of children to enjoy toys and games in an equal environment. Anew Toys promotes children’s sharing of their toys, and also teaches them to make their own toys and to use their own creativity to enhance their self-worth.

 

The Pinball Machine Workshop allows participants to use environmentally friendly materials to make their own small universe. Enjoy the process of designing and creating the floor scene and build your own a custom pinball machine.

 

Time: 2 pm – 4 pm, 27 January 2019
Place: Workshop 2, G/F, Block K, Mid Zone, JTIA
Quota: 20 family groups
Cost: HK$180 each family group (1 Adult + 1 Child)
Remark: Workshop is appropriate for Children over 6; Fee includes all materials & tools


Register: Click here


Special Flower Festival Events
Seeking Floral Scenery

The bauhinias have not yet opened on the mountain, but JTIA has specially arranged the display of entries of flower festival photography competition before spring arrives, to give everyone a first glimpse of the floral scene, to discover the best viewing position and angle, or an unexpected landscape.

On the day of the event, if you find any three viewing points at JTIA, you will receive a set of 5 bookmarks and a 10% discount coupon at JTIA.

Time: 12 noon – 6 pm, 27 January 2019
Place: Outside areas in the Low and Mid Zone
Redemption: Souvenir Corner (inside the “Vivid World of Chinese Characters” Exhibition), 1/F, Block F


Literary Sketching @ JTIA

Literary writing is the expression of emotion and the carrier of memory. When literature meets historical buildings, it always ignites a unique spark. Jao Tsung-I Academy has witnessed over a century of Hong Kong history, and the past is engraved on its buildings. It will be a leisurely experience to write literature in a sea of flowers surrounded by red bricks. JTIA has specially invited local Hong Kong writers, Leung Wai Lok, Tsui Cheuk Yin, and Li Ho Him to organize a series of three literary sketching activities to use literature to write about historical buildings together with you.


Date: 27 January, 24 February, & 17 March 2019
Time: 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Place: Activity Room 9, G/F, Block J, Mid Zone, JTIA
Cost: HK$80 per person
Register: Click Here


Music

Date: 27 January, 24 February, & 17 March 2019

Time: 2:30 pm -4:30 pm

Place:Outside Workshop Café, Ground Level, Block G, JTIA



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