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Exploring ICH: Hong Kong Festivals and Traditional Craftsmanship

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Event Schedule

M07 | Exploring ICH: Hong Kong Festivals and Traditional Craftsmanship (Completed)parent

Session One: Guided Tour – “Lost and Sound Exhibition Series I: Hong Kong Festivals and Traditional Craftsmanship”
The exhibition showcases the continuous evolution of ICH over time, and re-interprets local traditional culture in an innovative way.  The exhibits including the crafts created by the bearers of ICH for different festivals, birthdays of deities, ancestral worships and the Jiao Festival demonstrate the diversity of Hong Kong festivals. 

Session Two: Meet the ICH Bearer 
Lion head paper crafting has a long history in Hong Kong.  Lion dance is commonly performed for celebration in various occasions such as festivals, birthdays of deities, ceremonies and traditional wedding rituals, etc.  A “lion” is composed of a paper-crafted head and a cloth-made body.  A traditional lion head is made from bamboo strips and tissue paper.  Students would have an in-depth understanding of this ICH item through a talk cum demonstration and a dialogue with an ICH bearer.  

2.11.2022 (Wed)
3.11.2022 (Thu)
4.11.2022 (Fri)
7.11.2022 (Mon)
Hong Kong Intangible Cultural Heritage Centre (located at Sam Tung Uk Museum)
10:00am - 11:30am
P.4 - S.3 students
1 hour 30 minutes
Capacity per performance


Conducted in Cantonese