Decorative clouds and cloud patterns are a familiar feature of traditional Chinese art, architecture and embroidery. These auspicious symbols signify good luck (in Mandarin the word for cloud – yun – sounds like the word for good fortune), heaven and life-giving rain. According to legend, clouds were created by the breath of dragons and were the vehicles of heavenly deities.
In this 30-minute hands-on workshop, participants create an LED neon light sign in the shape of an auspicious cloud, and learn more about the use and symbolism of cloud patterns in Chinese traditional theatre.
21 February 2021 (Sunday)
Session 1: 3:00pm–3:30pm
Session 2: 3:45pm–4:15pm
Session 3: 4:30pm–5:00pm
Atrium, Xiqu Centre
Free admission. Registration not required.
Ms Wong (852) 2200 0807, firstname.lastname@example.org
For the safety of participants, visitors, artists and staff, please note the following health precautions:
- Please bring your own mask and wear it at all times in the venue.
- Temperature checks will be carried out before admission. Visitors showing a temperature of 37.5°C or above will not be able to participate.
- Special seating arrangements are being implemented. Please follow the instructions of our staff.
- If you have travelled outside of Hong Kong in the past 14 days or are wearing a home quarantine tracking wristband, please wait until your quarantine period is over before visiting West Kowloon.
- Special Arrangements in Response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Cantonese audio description and Hong Kong sign language interpretation are available on request with at least 14 days’ advance notice.
Adverse Weather Arrangements:
If a black rainstorm warning or a typhoon signal no. 8 or above is in force three hours before the start of the event, the event will be cancelled.