K11 Art Infinity is an art and cultural incubation hub committed to nurturing local creative talents from a young age. We aim to raise art awareness and inspire creativity for children and families through progressive art courses and hands-on workshops in order to enhance their art knowledge and interest in the art world.
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Dotted Collective is a group of creative crafters based in Hong Kong. With deep affection and professional expertise, we aim at spreading the joy and knowledge of craftsmanship through organizing a diversified variety of creative workshops and events.
Wai Wai is a local illustrator and artist. In 2016, she took part in the artist-in-residence programme of MI-Lab and travelled to Lake Kawaguchi of Japan to study water-based woodblock printmaking (mokuhanga) and Japanese postcard art (etegami) techniques. She brought these traditional arts back and shares their beauty with the Hong Kong public through regular workshops.
Sunny Chan is a film director and scriptwriter. His recent writer/director work ‘Men On The Dragon’ received 10 nominations at the Hong Kong Film Awards. Sunny is also a love and relationship columnist, lecturer in scriptwriting and guest radio host.
Acquired her BA in Creative Arts and Culture at the Education University of Hong Kong, Klaire Yu has worked for several creative art institutions to conduct educational programs and special activities for young children. As an experienced docent for different exhibitions, she has been delivering inspirational interpretive materials and guided tours for all ages.
As an community-based artist and art educator herself, Klaire focuses on acrylics and watercolors, polymer clay handcrafts and media art installations. She believes that Art belongs to everyone and is the connection between human.
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.
Michael graduated from the RMIT in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts degree and has 10 years of art teaching experience, including oil painting, watercolour, creative arts and crafts. He has been collaborating with different community organisations, theatre companies and artists to offer art education programmes.
ChocoBerry is devoted to sharing the beauty of Tsumami Zaiku – the Japanese craft of cloth floral ornaments – through integrating the traditional art form into the modern lifestyle. The brand believes that cloth flowers are but another way to appreciate the charm of nature.
I-BUZZ helps children develop their multiple intelligences and talents with games and activities based on child psychological theories. Through interactive and interesting in-class activities in a relaxed learning environment, it cultivates children’s interest in learning, enhances their emotional intelligence as well as communication and social skills.
Jewellers’ Tavern is devoted to sharing the intangible values of jewellery in the modern world. As the name suggests, it aims to gather jewellers to work together and exchange knowledge. It not only provides jewellers with working space and tools, but also regularly holds metalsmithing workshops and exhibitions.
Stone Jamming believes gemstones contain natural energy that can strengthen our mind and soul. It seeks to connect natural gemstones with humans by turning them into stylish hand-crafted ornaments.
Convinced that appreciating and creating artworks is an inborn right regardless of one’s physical or intellectual abilities, i-dArt strives to encourage people with different abilities to take part in art-making through community art projects and by utilising different media and public art space. It also hopes to promote art as a means to demonstrate one’s abilities and foster mutual understanding in our society.