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In the workshop, Mr. Cheng Taigo will give an introduction about ex libris (bookplates), a non-mainstream art that is on the verge of extinction. He will explain the reasons for making bookplates, introduce the tools and materials needed, and demonstrate some common techniques used. Participants can create their own bookplates using linocut.

Date | Deadline of application
22 May 2021 (Saturday) | 18 May 2021
29 May 2021 (Saturday) | 26 May 2021

Time: 2:45pm–5:00pm 
Venue: Workshop Room, G/F, Fung Ping Shan Building, University Museum and Art Gallery, HKU, 90 Bonham Road, Pokfulam
Language: Cantonese
Audience and Limit: Aged 18 or above, maximum 11 people per class
Registration & Enquires: Registration opens from 3 May 2021Course fee is HK$150 per participant. For enquiries, please contact Ms Jasmin Lin: jasminl@hku.hk / 2241 5500.

Please click here for the application form.

About the Instructor

Mr. Cheng Taigo was among the few Hong Kong ex libris enthusiasts who was the Chair of the Hong Kong Ex-Libris Association (HKEA) which aims to promote bookplate art in Hong Kong. Before he retired, he had worked in the art and design departments of Shaw Brothers Film Studio, TVB, and Golden Harvest. The exhibition artist Malou Hung is also one of the HKEA founders.
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