Meet-the-Artists: Comix Home Base [FULL]
6 Feb



Meet the Artists


“Meet the Artists” allows arts ambassadors to talk to different local artists face to face to appreciate their artwork and learn their interesting stories behind.
 


Travel around the Comics World
Comix Ensemble – Selected Works by Local Comics Artists and Animators

Hong Kong has many talented comics artists and animators who shine in both local and international arenas with their established styles and unique visual languages. In order to introduce all these outstanding local creative talents to the general public, Comix Home Base specially presents Comix Ensemble – Selected Works by Local Comics Artists and Animators to showcase comics and animation works by local artists. With a dazzling array of selected local comics and animation works, this exhibition enables Arts Ambassadors to immerse themselves in different kinds of creations. The still images and animated stories, created with unrivaled dedication and creativity, certainly demonstrate to the fullest the persistence and boundless passion of local artists!
 

// About the activity /

Date: 28 February 2014 (Fri)
Time: 5:00 – 6:15PM
Location: Comix Home Base (7 Mallory Street, Wan Chai)
Quota: 15 Ambassadors (priority will be given to 6th Arts Ambassadors)

This session will be conducted in Cantonese.

Interested Arts Ambassadors please click the button “Join” below for registration. Ambassadors who have successfully registered will receive a confirmation email before the activity date.

Deadline of registration: 17 February 2014 (Mon)
 
[ The event is full. Thank you! ]
 
//  About the organization  //
 
As we embark on the 21st century, Hong Kong's flourishing comics and animation industries are in great need for an exhibition hub and centre for exchange that connects local artists with the international community.  In light of this need, Comix Home Base is now established in Wan Chai.  It is an important first step attesting to the maturity of Hong Kong's comics and animation industries, promoting innovation and injecting artistic energy into the local community. A revitalisation of a cluster of ten pre-war Grade 2 historic buildings on Mallory Street and Barrows Street, Comix Home Base serves as an important connector to the neighbourhood. In fact, Hong Kong is the world's third largest comics market, after Japan and the United States.  We should not overlook the potential of comics and animation, let alone the shape of their future. The establishment of Comix Home Base not only provides a new cultural landmark in Wan Chai but also brands Wan Chai as Hong Kong's first art community for homegrown comics and animation, adding much diversity to the district.  Besides, Comix Home Base acts as a platform for the communication and interchange between local and overseas artists.  With a place to meet and interact, comics and animation talents are nurtured and related products are promoted, fostering the growth of this art form into an even richer asset for Hong Kong.  In other words, Comix Home Base has the power to strengthen the development of creative industries both locally and regionally, as well as on the global scale.