Inter-island Festival

  • Connecting Table by architect Géraldine Borio and paper craft master Ha Wa Keung
  • Study of Cheung Chau's public space by Hong Kong Public Space Initiative.
  • Peng Chau. Photo Courtesy of Yip Kai Chun.
  • Inter-island Ferry. Photo Courtesy of Yip Kai Chun.
  • Mui Wo Underused Public Space Old Channel. Photo Courtesy of Yip Kai Chun.

The Inter-island Festival is an art and life festival that highlights the connections between the islands of Peng Chau, Lantau (Mui Wo and Chi Ma Wan) and Cheung Chau that took place between March 26th-March 28th 2021. with a variety of activities spanning from urban/rural cultures, environmental conservation, to design and crafts.

The Inter-island Festival is an art and life festival that highlights the connections between the islands of Peng Chau, Lantau (Mui Wo and Chi Ma Wan) and Cheung Chau that took place between March 26th-March 28th 2021. with a variety of activities spanning from urban/rural cultures, environmental conservation, to design and crafts.

The Festival highlights the distinct environments, communities, histories and concerns of these places, to promote and protect their shared cultures and raise awareness of the invaluable nature Hong Kong possesses. It also fostered connections and exchange between these outposts.

Providing a down-to-earth, accessible and playful perspective on insular life, these events offered the public a chance to understand and be inspired by the richness of the islands’ life.

 

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2020
Grantee: Yip Kai Chun

Yip Kai Chun is an artist-curator who lives on Peng Chau.  He has organised art happenings in the public space e.g. Dusk Rat Run (2017) & encounter(s): Daily Ration (2018).