【 詳情 】
日期 | 6 月 27 日 (星期六)
時間 | 12:00 – 6:00 pm
地點 | 馬寶寶社區農場 (粉嶺馬屎埔村)
交通 | 粉嶺火車站 A2 出口，乘往帝庭軒小巴 52A / 54A / 56A ，到綠悠軒。沿屋苑外圍行，過馬路見馬屎埔村口信箱，左方小路進。（車費 $3.2，車程約十分鐘，步行約兩分鐘。）
查詢及報名 | Gigi Leung
☏ 2870 9336 / 3482 6163 / ✉ i-dArt@tungwah.org.hk
【 節目 】
《原野寫生》 12 – 5 pm
《阿婆曬畫》 12 – 5 pm
《植物染工作坊》 12:15 – 1:00 pm / 2:30 – 3:15 pm
《孖住遊》12:15 – 1:00 pm / 2:30 – 3:15 pm
《卡拉農場》 2:30 – 4:30 pm
《阿婆湯水檔》 2:30 pm – 食完即止
《搖滾吧! 唐氏龐克哥 The Punk Syndrome》紀錄片放映4:30 – 6:00 pm
At this early summer, the city is vibrant and lively. But we do not only have the choice of filling up the gaps among the high-rising buildings. Rather, we have grasslands and farmlands in the countryside.
A group of friends with different abilities are going to share their interests and skills with the participants. They will interact with each other in the farmland to construct those links between them, art and the nature. Please come to join and walk with us on the wild field, to enjoy the fresh air, to sketch at outdoors and to take a sip of the warm soup from the grannies. In the afternoon, there will also be a concert and a documentary screening.
At this early summer time, let us together return to the nature, to have fun in the countryside, to co-exist with the nature by expanding on our different abilities.
Date | 24 / 05 / 2015
Time | 12:00 – 6:00 pm
Venue | Mapopo Community Farm
Address | Ma Shi Po Village (Next to Ma Sik Road)
Transport | Fanling Ma Shi Po Village Ma Sik Road, Opposite to Belair Monte + Wing Fai Centre
[ Fanling Train station A2 Exit, Minibus 52A/54A/56A to Regentville, get off at Belair Monte, 1 min walk]
Admission is free. Advance registration is required for Plant Dye Workshop and Travelling Twins.
Enquiries and Registration:
Gigi Leung ☏ 2870 9336 / 3482 6163
【 Program 】
〈Sketching in the Wild Field〉 12 – 5 pm
In the farmland, please draw any fields and plants nearby caught by your eyes ad-lib with the colors.
〈Sunbathing Grannies’ Treasures – Paintings〉 12 – 5 pm
Pineapples, corns, eggplants, bitter melons, oranges and bell peppers …… an array of fun paintings by the grannies are displayed leisurely on the ground.
〈Plant Dye Workshop〉 12:15 – 1:00 pm / 2:30 – 3:15 pm
Each session: 10 people (advance registration is required)
With the natural pigment extracted from purple sweet potatoes, beetroot and Mexican Mint, you will be shown how to dye a primitive handkerchief.
〈Travelling Twins〉 12:15 – 1:00 pm / 2:30 – 3:15 pm
Each session: 8 people (advance registration is required)
Tour guide is the village-girls. With this new friend, we will learn again the meaning about villages in the New Territories and the local agriculture industry. The co-existence of cities and countryside makes way for a sustainable Hong Kong
* You will have the opportunity to be a company of the people in the wheelchairs or others with different abilities. Please take care of each other!
〈Kara-o-farm〉 2:30 – 5:00 pm
Have you ever sang or listened to songs with Karaoke next to the farmland? Have you ever heard the childhood school song “Three Principles of the People” sang by an 80-year-old granny? There are also modern golden songs in the sixties and seventies. Pick up the microphone and sing freely, or sit in the front row you just fought for with your little stool to enjoy the music.
〈Quick quick – Sip Sip Grannies’ Soup〉 2:30 pm – While the last bowl there
In this hot summer day, several grannies use the fresh fruits and vegetables picked at Mapopo to cook for us the refreshing soup. Just three big pots there, hurry up for a sip.
〈The Punk Syndrome〉 documentary screening 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Let’s rock and roll in the wild field.
About the Documentary:
Color／85 minutes／Finnish／Chinese subtitles
The Best Documentary Film and The Best Editing – Jussi Award (Finnish equivalent to the Oscars), Finland, 2013
The Most Innovative Feature Film – Visions du Réel Film Festival, Switzerland, 2012
Debut film at AFI -Discovery Channel Silverdocs Documentary Festival
(Film clip: https: //www.youtube.com/watch v = xHNUeIe7eVA?)
Four big men who love music come together and form a bank in the name of “Pertti Kurikka’s Name Day”, to express their anger in this crazy world and their passion for music. A detailed record of their daily lives from rehearsals, recordings to performances on the stage, disputes amongst themselves on music creation, as well as the intimate interactions with their friends and family, was all captured by the dramatic shots of the Director.