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Integrated Learning Programme
Aesthetic Development

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書法藝術系列

Calligraphy Programme

藝術講座:當藝術注入文字 ─ 書寫與書法之別 (NEW)
Art Talk: Infusing Art into Language - Difference between Chinese Writing and Calligraphy (NEW)

Objectives:
At the end of the talk, students will be able to:
 1. Acquire the fundamental concepts of Chinese calligraphy;
 2. Learn about one of the aesthetic traditions in Chinese arts; and
 3. Learn about Chinese culture.

Description:
Combining visual art and language, Chinese calligraphy is one of the oldest Chinese aesthetic forms. In this talk, our invited speaker will introduce the fundamental concepts of Chinese calligraphy and talk about how literati express themselves in this art form. 

CRN

Date

Time

5923

21/9/2020 (Mon)

13:30 - 15:00

Instructor

Mr. LAM Muk
(Member of Hong Kong Calligraphers’ Association)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP unit(s)

1.5

 

中國書法入門 ─ 硬筆
Fundamental Chinese Calligraphy – Hard Pen

Objectives:
At the end of the course, students will be able to:
1. Acquire the fundamental concepts of Chinese calligraphy;
 2. Practice hard pen calligraphy; and
 3. Enjoy Chinese calligraphy.

Description
This course will introduce basic techniques of Chinese calligraphy of hard pen. You will have practice times for Chinese writing. 

CRN

Date

Time

5924

28/9, 5/10/2020 (Mon)

13:30 - 15:00

Instructor

Mr. LAM Muk
(Member of Hong Kong Calligraphers’ Association)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP unit(s)

3

Remark Students are required to participate in workshops and submit finished artworks.

 

視覺藝術系列

Visual Arts Programme

藝術講座:嶺南派水墨畫網上導賞團 (NEW)
Art Talk: Online Guided Tour -  Lingnan School of Painting (NEW)

Objectives:                                                                                                   
At the end of the talk, students will be able to:

 1. Acquire the fundamental concepts of Lingnan School of Painting;
 2. Learn about one of the aesthetic traditions in Chinese arts; and
 3. Learn about Chinese culture.
                                                                                                      

Description 
Originated in 19th century, the Lingnan School of painting has demonstrated a fusion of Chinese painting traditions and visual art influences from the western. In this talk, our invited speaker will guide us through different paintings from Lingnan school and discover the aesthetic elements behind. 

CRN

Date

Time

5925

23/9/2020 (Wed)

13:30 - 15:00

Speaker

Mr. HO Wing Cheong
(Chinese Painter of the Lingnan School of Painting)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP unit(s)

1.5

Registration Link
(Additional Quota)
https://www.ln.edu.hk/sys/regbuilder/registration/crn5925


把你卡通化!卡通人像入門
(NEW)
Cartoon Yourself - Cartoon Portrait for Beginners  (NEW)
 

Objectives:
At the end of the course, students will be able to:
 1. Learn the fundamental techniques of cartoon drawing;
 2. Learn how to draw a cartoon portrait; and
 3. Enjoy painting.

Description:
This course will introduce basic techniques of drawing a cartoon portrait. Under teacher's guidance, you will learn the fundamental techniques and concepts of cartoon drawing. 

CRN

Date

Time

5806

21/10/2020 (Wed)

10:30 - 12:00

Instructor

Ms. Charity LEUNG
(Painting Instructor)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP unit(s)

1.5


‘Between Two Worlds’   (NEW)

Objectives:

At the end of the talk, students will be able to:
1. Have a clue of how to apply themselves in a focused way to identifying ideas and identifying creative partnerships in making cinema; and
2. Be inspired to question what is handed to them as truth and grapple with the fundamental questions – in art or life – of where we belong, what we stand for, and where we matter.

Description:
Two worlds might mean a number of things. It could be between the worlds of East & West, suburb & city, personal & public, rich & poor, normal & abnormal, documentative & narrative, have & have absolutely not, etc.

The key to making film is to have something to say and something that only you can bring. It is a bridge to connect people in different realities. No two people will experience life the same, so no two people will tell a story the same way.

Yan Yan Mak will share what influence her in her stories with clips (including feature films, music videos, and concerts) and talk about creativity to overcome the 2-world’s distance. Life is short and we must use our time to speak what we want to say. If we don’t tell our own story, no one will tell them.

CRN

Date

Time

5871

19/10/2020 (Mon)

16:30-18:00

Speaker

Ms. Yan Yan MAK
(Film Director / Concert Producer / Storyteller,
Artist-in-residence, Department of Visual Studies, Lingnan University)

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP unit(s)

1.5

 

表達藝術系列
Expressive Arts Series


香薰大豆蠟磚DIY (NEW)
Aromatherapy Soy Wax Brick DIY Workshop  
(NEW)

Objectives:
At the end of the workshop, students will be able to:
1. Learn how to make 100% natural soy wax bricks;
2. Design their own style of fragrances and dried flowers decoration; and 
3. Enjoy arts making process for relaxation.

Description:
To unlock your creativity, you can join our DIY workshop. This workshop will let you learn how to make soy wax bricks with your own unique style of scent brick. You can choose from a number of essential oils for your own favourite smell and decorate your bricks with provided dried flowers.

CRN

Date

Time

5338

6/10/2020 (Tue)

16:30-17:30

Instructor

Ms. YAM Wan Lin Elaine
(Assistant Student Services Manager, Lingnan Univerisity)

Medium of Instruction

English & Cantonese

ILP unit(s)

1


禪繞繪畫工作坊
Zentangle Drawing Workshop

Objectives:
At the end of the workshop, students will be able to:
1. Acquire basic skills of zentangle drawing;
2. Practice concentration and mindfulness during zentangle drawing; and 
3. Enjoy arts making process for relaxation.

Description:
Zentangle is a meditative arts form. Unplanned patterns unfold your creativity and flexibility. Just concentrate your doodling without distractions, without interruptions, without demands from the outside world. You are the cornerstone of your tribe to design your own unique patterns.

CRN

Date

Time

5486

30/9/2020 (Wed)

16:00-17:00

5487 15/10/2020 (Thu) 15:30-16:30
5488 2/11/2020 (Mon) 16:30-17:30

Instructor

Ms. YAM Wan Lin Elaine
(Assistant Student Services Manager, Lingnan Univerisity & Certified Zentangle Teacher)

Medium of Instruction

English & Cantonese

ILP unit(s)

1


其他文化活動
Other Cultural Programme

​文化萬花筒: 一年旅居德國的時光 (NEW)
Cultural Kaleidoscope: A Year Living in Germany (NEW)

 

Objective:
At the end of the talk, students will be able to:

1. Identify the cultural differences between Germany and Hong Kong.

2. Identify the meaning of in traveling in Germany.

3. Enjoy traveling and cultural exposure.


Description:
Have you ever noticed that “Kindergarten” is a German word? Sausage is not the most popular street food in Germany? In this sharing session, the speaker is going to share some of the interesting stories in Germany as well as the cultural shock in the eyes of a Hongkonger.

 

CRN

Date

Time

5365

24/10/2020 (Sat)

11:00 - 12:30

Speaker

Miss Juniva Fung
(Participant of Working Holiday Scheme in Germany)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP unit(s)

1.5

Registration Link
(Additional Quota)
https://www.ln.edu.hk/sys/regbuilder/registration/crn5365



尋找隱世的聲音
Seeking for Music around the World

Objectives:
At the end of the talk, students will be able to:
1. Identify the characteristics of rare music instruments;
2. Identify the meaning of sound and music of the world; and
3. Enjoy music and cultural appreciation.

Description:
Have you ever hear the sound of a Cactus?
Or holding the ocean at your hands?
We will show you how to in this workshop.

Museek Studio Hong Kong (尋樂香港冷門樂器店) is a project to bring the sound and music of the world to Hong Kong.  We focus on collecting and making natural, tribal, rare and handmade musical instruments.  In this workshop, we are going to introduce instruments from all over the world, from Chile to Peru, from France to UK, from Vietnam to Uganda.

Let’s take a world tour of music.

CRN

Date

Time

5374

25/9/2020 (Fri)

15:00 - 16:00

Speaker

Mr. Hinson LO
(Owner of Museek Studio Hong Kong)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP unit(s)

1

Registration Link
(Additional Quota)
https://www.ln.edu.hk/sys/regbuilder/registration/crn5374

 

世界從此不一樣:背包女孩的浪遊故事  (NEW)
How The World is Different after Backpacking (NEW)

Objectives:
At the end of the talk, students will be able to:
1. Learn how to come out our comfort zone;
2. Identify the meaning of traveling; and
3. Enjoy cultural exploitation and appreciation.

Description:
Most people follow the common path where the majority goes – study, graduate, get a job, buy a flat, get married, have kids, and retired. We do not seems to see many choices out there for a different kind of life. But is that true? 

Taki used to have that doubt too. She loves to travel but the world says it is too dangerous for a girl to do it alone. Despite that, she started solo travelling as a backpacker since 2015. After spending 3-9 months each year in central and Eastern Europe for exploration, she met so many people and discovered numerous choices and alternatives in life. Join this sharing to gain her insights of how you may find new opportunities through seeing the world as a traveller.

CRN

Date

Time

5808

8/10/2020 (Thu)

16:00 - 17:00

Speaker

Ms. Taki CHAN
(Lingnan Alumni)

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese

ILP unit(s)

1

Registration Link
(Additional Quota)
https://www.ln.edu.hk/sys/regbuilder/registration/crn5808


微醺之夜:酒的文化 (NEW)

Tipsy Night: Culture Of Wine
 (NEW)

Objective:
At the end of the talk, students will be able to:
1. Know more about the wine culture;
2. Understand the meaning of cultured drinking; and
3. Enjoy wine and well-being styles.

Description:
In the development of gastronomy, people have been trying to pair wine with food for centuries. Meanwhile, a good combination can make your meal enjoyable, a poor pairing can destroy the flavour of the wine and your dining experience.

In this talk, you may uncover some of the most essential tips for wine picking, wine and food pairing. 

CRN

Date

Time

5807

29/9/2020 (Tue)

19:00 - 20:00

Speaker

Mr. Ringo Harrison
(Lingnan High-Flyers of Lingnan University)

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP unit(s)

1

Registration Link
(Additional Quota)
https://www.ln.edu.hk/sys/regbuilder/registration/crn5807additional

 

虛擬香港特色建築導賞團  (NEW)

(Virtual) Walking Hong Kong: An Architectural Tour from Past to Future (NEW)

 

Objective:

At the end of the Workshop, students are able to:
1. have a general understanding of history of feature architecture; and
2. appreciate the architecture from historical and esthetical perspectives.

 

Description:

Loving Hong Kong but knowing too little about its history? This workshop will offer a glimpse of the city's landscape and some interesting history about the architecture in Hong Kong.

 

Register

Date

Time

Modernism Architecture

6/10/2020 (Tue)

20:00 - 21:00

Post-Modernism Architecture 10/11/2020 (Tue)
Cultural Conservation and Mixed-Use 24/11/2020 (Tue)

Speaker

Ms. Sandy KWOK (Master in HKU Architecture)
&
Ms. HUNG Choi Man (Tutor)

Medium of Instruction

English & Cantonese

ILP Unit(s)

1 each

 

 

In Search of Heritage Series
Co-presented by CCGEO & WBLMP

異域結他之聲─梁宇正與樂隊 (NEW)
Sounds of Guitars from the Foreign Lands - A Concert by Eugene Leung and the Nur Collective
 (NEW)

Objective:
At the end of the performance, students will be able to:
1. Enjoy a rare live performance of guitar-type instruments from such more exotic parts of the world as Turkey, Uzbekistan and Central Asia;
2. Appreciate a wider range of genres with exposure to folk and devotional music; and
3. Experience diversity in music for expanding their cultural horizons.

Description:
Local musician of Hong Kong, Eugene Leung, and his Nur Collective will bring in the exquisite cultural landscape with the sound of traditional instruments from the world's remote regions, taking audience on a relaxing lunch-time journey under the Skylight at Lingnan.
 

CRN

Date

Time

5485

20/10/2020 (Tue)

12:45-14:15

Performers

Mr. Eugene LEUNG
(Hong Kong-based Dutarist & Co-Founder of the Nur Collective; Music, University of Cambridge; Ethnomusicology, Goldsmiths, University of London)

The Nur Collective
(Musicians and Cultural Workers on music traditions and cultures across Eurasia and North Africa)

Medium of Instruction

English

ILP unit(s)

1.5

Registration Link
(Additional Quota)
https://www.ln.edu.hk/sys/regbuilder/registration/crn5485

 

 


{The information of this website is correct at the time of publishing (Sep 2020), and is subject to review and change.}