Faculty Art Infinity Art Lab - K11

K11 Art Lab helps spark innovation in life. With the guidance of artists and studio experts, you will explore your potential by experiencing art making process; while it plants the seeds of creativity for young children by touring K11 Kollection and hands-on art focused experience to nurture curiosity from early years.

About Kids Art Lab

K11 Art Lab is a new art playground for the kids and their parents. With the guidance of professional instructors, children will be inspired by the artworks of K11 Kollection or exhibition on show to develop an understanding of contemporary art and apply them to create own masterpieces.


Picture Book Lab

At Picture Book Lab, we believe: storybooks are an important media to kick-start children’s reading habit; a pleasant reading habit is fundamental to kids’ growth and development; reading with kids in different formats can foster a positive parent-child relationship. Key members of Picture Book Lab are holders of Bachelor of Education (Honours) (Early Childhood Education).

Virginia Lo
Visual Art Lecturer

Virginia has over 15 years teaching experience in Western painting, Chinese painting and Contemporary Art theory to students of various age groups. She holds Master of Fine Art at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University.

Cheung Wai Lok

Cheung graduated from RMIT University & Hong Kong Art School with a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art (Photography) in 2010, and now works as a professional photographer and part-time photography lecturer. His commercial work covers portrait, product, event, theatre photography. As an emerging fine-art photographer, his personal artwork uses photography as the main medium, examining the city development of Hong Kong and exploring the possibility of photography. His works have been exhibited both locally and abroad, including “New Trend 2010” in Hong Kong and “Luminous Harbor: Hong Kong Contemporary Photography 2011” in Japan. He held his first solo exhibition “Photo of Cheung” in 2012.

Doreen Chan

Doreen, Wing Yan Chan was born in Hong Kong. Trained in visual communication and photography, daily life is Doreen’s main interest and inspiration. She believes images are just the raw materials of her creations. She integrates images with various mediums to explore the intricate relations between the surrounding environment and herself.  Her solo exhibitions have been held at Lianzhou Foto Festival 2013 and KIGOJA art space in Seoul, South Korea. She has also exhibited her works in Beijing (China), Gwangju (South Korea), Macau, Hong Kong, Bloomington (USA) and several cities in the UK. Chan was one of the finalists for the Three Shadows Photography Award 2015. She currently lives in Hong Kong.

Li Hiuwa

Li Hiuwa is an image-based artist. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the Academy of Visual Art, Hong Kong Baptist University in 2014. He is recently focusing on exploring image creation methods, such as appropriation, cropping and juxtaposition to reconstruct a narrative via images. He currently works as an artist educator for the Through Our Eyes (TOE) Photography Education Program.