In August, I was overwhelmed by love and sorrow, and my heart was entangled.The fiery month fused the colors of fire into my endless affection.
In September, the colorful leaves sway the charm of autumn.The season is infused with the charm of art.
Past HIYA Events
" Art ‧ Festival " call for entries
"Art ‧ Festival", the meaning of “Art” is art creation, the meaning of ‘Dian” is to celebrate "tradition history", the traditional Chinese classical art. It is a grand celebration to promote traditional history and culture.
"Art ‧ Festival" is the theme of our association’s November exhibition. Traditional Chinese operas can incorporate both traditional and modern elements to create unique artworks. Your submitted works can be in any size, material, material, graphic painting, sound, video, 3D creation or art installation, etc. Fashion designers, art designers of all types (accessories, ornaments, etc.) are also welcome to participate. If you have any works with a story or memorial related to traditional Chinese opera, you are also welcome to submit them.
For registration, please read the following website and fill in the application form : http://www.hkya.art/artfestivalartpieceswanted
Deadline for submissions: 26 September, 2022
Exhibition Date: 26 November to 29 November 2022
Venue: Hong Kong City Hall Low Block-Exhibition Hall
Please note that the works provided by participants must be used as the basis of the exhibition and will not be framed by the association.
For any enquiries, please email email@example.com or call 9062 1702.
Art activities and workshops
Art activities and workshops are now accepting registrations!
In the "Sanyu and Stream of Consciousness" exhibition held by our Association from August 6 to September 25(second stage), different art activities and workshops will be held every Sunday, including the second creation Art Jamming, Tea Art exchange Workshops and mini bonsai workshops, everyone is welcome to participate! Please visit the following website and fill in the registration form and follow the registration procedures: https://www.hkya.art/Artactivitiesandworkshops
For reservations and enquiries, please call or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or 9062 1702.
*Once the registration fee is submitted, all paid fees will not be refunded. Sorry for the inconvenience.
* The Hong Kong International Youth Artists Society reserves the right to amend the relevant terms and conditions at any time without prior notice. In case of any disputes, the final decision of the Hong Kong International Youth Artists Society shall prevail.
*Special thanks to Artbox for sponsoring the venue
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: The Road to the Baroque — Masterpieces from the Capodimonte Museum
Venue: 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon,The Special Gallery, 2/F
Dates: 2022.07.15 – 2022.11.02
Time: Monday to Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM to 6:00PM
Saturday to Sunday, Public Holidays 10:00AM to 7:00PM
Thursday (Except Public Holidays) Museum Closed
Ticket counter closes 30 minutes before the close of the museum.
Ticket Prices: Standard Ticket (Adult) $10,
Group Ticket $7
Special Discount Ticket $5
Free (if you have Museum Pass)
Characterised by the dramatic contrast of light and dark, exaggerated movement and pronounced figures' facial expressions, historians coined the term Baroque to define 17th century Italian art which focuses on high tension and realistic representations of emotions. Baroque artists were arguably the originators of immersive experiences. Their paintings are compelling and strikingly real, often immersing the audience in the scene.
Showcasing around 40 Neapolitan paintings from the Capodimonte Museum, its debut exhibition in Hong Kong includes works of 16th and 17th century masters, such as Titian, Annibale Carracci and Artemisia Gentileschi.
The Making of Masterpieces: Chinese Painting and Calligraphy from the Palace Museum
Venue : Hong Kong Palace Museum.
West Kowloon Cultural District, 8 Museum Drive, Kowloon
Dates : 2022.07.02 – 2022.10.07
Time: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday 10:00 AM to 6 PM
Friday, Saturday, and Public Holidays 10:00 AM to 8 PM
This special exhibition offers visitors an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to appreciate thirty five (six paintings mounted as an album) early treasures of Chinese painting and calligraphy from the Palace Museum collection, many of which will be displayed outside of the Palace Museum for the first time. With three rotations, it explores how these works were made and transmitted through various artistic, cultural, and historical lenses, and how they came to be viewed as masterpieces in the Chinese art canon.
Whirlwind: Informel to Gutai | Exhibition Introduction
Venue: Whitestone Gallery, 7-8/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road Central,Hong Kong
Time: Tuesday to Saturday 11:00AM to 7PM
Sunday and Monday Gallery Closed
Whitestone Gallery Hong Kong is proud to present the group exhibition “Whirlwind: Informel to Gutai”, featuring the significant names in the trajectory of Japanese contemporary art, including Toshimitsu Imai, Hisao Domoto, Atsuko Tanaka and Yuko Nasaka. The exhibition showcases a rich selection of artworks that defines the era of liberation and pioneer art approach of the post-war period. These artists questioned the conventional rules and embraced individuality, bringing a new wind to the history of contemporary art.
News of the Art World
Claude Monet - leader of Impressionism
Claude Monet was a French painter and founder of impressionist painting who is seen as a key precursor to modernism, especially in his attempts to paint nature as he perceived it. During his long career, he was the most consistent and prolific practitioner of impressionism's philosophy of expressing one's perceptions before nature, especially as applied to outdoor landscape painting. Monet excelled at experimentation and expressive techniques of light and shadow. His most important contribution was inventing a new way to draw shadows and outlines. Neither very well-defined shadows nor prominent or flat-painted outlines can be seen in Monet's paintings. The color depiction of light and shadow is the most distinctive feature of Monet's paintings.
Monet was a life-long pursuer of light. He retained light, touched light, and understood light. He helped to lead Impressionism into the palace of art.
A 3D version of Monet's famous paintings was published to the public. Every frame is a master piece!
Art Work by Our Director
Chantelle Huang | Director of HIYA
In addition to being the Chief Operating Officer of HIYA, Huang Qiaoxian is also an enthusiastic painter. Her specialty is applying European painting technique to oriental painting styles. Like many female painters, she loves colors and often conveys her unique perception of color in her paintings.
Chantelle Huang is a student of the school of Stream of Consciousness. By abandoning the traditional water ink painting style, she created a unique painting technique. This technique involves spraying the glass with detergent and ink, and then copy it onto a rice paper. This will naturally form a landscape-like shape. Using this technique, almost everyone can create their own unique style of painting.
HIYA supports various forms of artistic interaction. Members are welcome to share the latest art activities and works with us. Sharer will receive a delicate gift from HIYA, and member’s works can also be free publicity in HIYA. Our society will also assist members in organizing and holding individual exhibitions. Learn to know more about our latest art activities and HIYA, please follow our website and social medias.