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Creativity-on-the-move: City-sketching on a tram
Date 日期:  27 Aug 2017
Time 時間: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Medium 語言: English
Speaker(s) 講師: Ms. Tanya Bennett
Mr. Haider Kikabhoy
Summary 內容: Creativity is an act of melting inspiration and imagination into reality. It could be cultivated by observations and reflections in our everyday life.
Join this programme to explore your creativity in sketching, and of course, enjoy the beautiful cityscape during a fascinating tram trip around the Hong Kong Island! Well-known artist, Tanya Bennett, will give you tips of sketching while docent guide, Haider Kikabhoy, from "Walk in HK" will be on board to share the vivid stories of various interesting spots along the way.

Students who join this programme will be sketching on notebooks provided by Moleskine. The ten students with best works will receive a set of limited Moleskine notebook series as an encouragement on their creative journey. Their are creations will also be exhibited in the Moleskine stores in Hong Kong!

We welcome all HKU students, including exchange students, to join this programme!

Pre-trip Briefing Session
Date: 24/08/2017 (Thu)
Time: 18:30 - 20:30
Venue: MBG07, Main Building, HKU

Tram Trip
Date: 27/08/2017 (Sun)
* Due to adverse weather brought by typhoons, the tram trip will be postponed to 10/09/2017 (Sun)
Time: 10:00 - 13:00 (Session 1) OR 15:00 - 18:00 (Session 2)
# Participants will finish the sketching after the tram trip and submit to GE by 19/09/2017 (Tue).

Post-trip Sharing Session
Date: 26/09/2017 (Tue) (updated)
Time: 18:30 - 20:30
Venue: to be announced

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Application Method
- Please complete the online application form at
- Students have to pay a refundable deposit of HK$100 upon successful application.
- More details will be announced to successful applicants by 15/08/2017 (Tue). 
- Deadline of application: 06/08/2017 (Sun)
- Online application is now closed.
  Students who submitted their applications before the deadline will be notified with the results soon.

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General Education Unit, The University of Hong Kong

Supported by:
Walk in Hong Kong

Special thanks:
Tanya Bennett (Pirate)