‘Island(ed)’

How well do we really know these islands that are supposedly very close by?

Sit Tight and Read
Tanka Who Don’t Fish — Guided tour to Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter
Island

How do you draw a simple island?

Performing Islands — Hong Kong and Jeju as cases | Online Screening & sharing

Performing Islands

Documenting Islands — Screening and Sharing of “Chuen Kee Ferry” and “I Wish”

Documenting Islands

Fill in the Blanks: Queer Print Culture in Hong Kong
WOMEN 我們 : From Her to Here

WMA Space will reopen on 12 April, and the exhibition WOMEN: From Her to Here will be extended to 31 May.

WOMEN我們 : From Her to Here

The virtual exhibition is now available!
Take a virtual tour for an immersive online experience and with more information on the artworks of the 6 artists.

“Islanding Hong Kong” Workshop

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‘Island(ed)’

How well do we really know these islands that are supposedly very close by?


Events

17SepSat, Sep 17, 2022Exhibition Period
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Sit Tight and Read
2022-09-17
20AugSat, Aug 20, 2022Exhibition Period
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Tanka Who Don’t Fish — Guided tour to Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter
2022-08-20
6AugSat, Aug 06, 2022Exhibition Period
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Performing Islands — Hong Kong and Jeju as cases | Online Screening & sharing
2022-08-06
5AugFri, Aug 05 - Oct 02, 2022Exhibition Period
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‘Island(ed)’
2022-08-05
30JulSat, Jul 30, 2022Exhibition Period
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Documenting Islands — Screening and sharing of Chuen Kee Ferry and I Wish
2022-07-30
23JulSat, Jul 23, 2022Exhibition Period
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“Islanding Hong Kong” Workshop
2022-07-23
6JunMon, Jun 06 - Jul 06, 2022Exhibition Period
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Fill in the Blanks: Queer Print Culture in Hong Kong
2022-06-06
18MayWed, May 18, 2022Exhibition Period
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「我個仔鐘意粉紅色 and that’s OK!」映後談
2022-05-18
7AprThu, Apr 07, 2022Exhibition Period
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Artist Talk: Queer Desires and Sensitivity
2022-04-07
29MarTue, Mar 29, 2022Exhibition Period
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Artist Talk: ‘Queer Futurity’
2022-03-29
8MarTue, Mar 08 - 11, 2022Exhibition Period
Blind Date with a Book
2022-03-08
21JanFri, Jan 21 - May 31, 2022Exhibition Period
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WOMEN 我們 : From Her to Here
2022-01-21
17SepSat, Sep 17, 2022Exhibition Period
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Sit Tight and Read
2022-09-17
20AugSat, Aug 20, 2022Exhibition Period
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Tanka Who Don’t Fish — Guided tour to Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter
2022-08-20
6AugSat, Aug 06, 2022Exhibition Period
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Performing Islands — Hong Kong and Jeju as cases | Online Screening & sharing
2022-08-06
5AugFri, Aug 05 - Oct 02, 2022Exhibition Period
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‘Island(ed)’
2022-08-05
30JulSat, Jul 30, 2022Exhibition Period
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Documenting Islands — Screening and sharing of Chuen Kee Ferry and I Wish
2022-07-30
23JulSat, Jul 23, 2022Exhibition Period
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“Islanding Hong Kong” Workshop
2022-07-23
6JunMon, Jun 06 - Jul 06, 2022Exhibition Period
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Fill in the Blanks: Queer Print Culture in Hong Kong
2022-06-06
18MayWed, May 18, 2022Exhibition Period
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「我個仔鐘意粉紅色 and that’s OK!」映後談
2022-05-18
7AprThu, Apr 07, 2022Exhibition Period
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Artist Talk: Queer Desires and Sensitivity
2022-04-07
29MarTue, Mar 29, 2022Exhibition Period
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Artist Talk: ‘Queer Futurity’
2022-03-29
8MarTue, Mar 08 - 11, 2022Exhibition Period
Blind Date with a Book
2022-03-08
21JanFri, Jan 21 - May 31, 2022Exhibition Period
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WOMEN 我們 : From Her to Here
2022-01-21

News

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Peer to Peer: UK/HK 2022
2022-09-16
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Island
2022-07-12
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WOMEN 我們 : From Her to Here
2022-01-21
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Wei Leng Tay Solo Exhibition ‘Abridge’
2021-10-22
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Pierfrancesco Celada solo exhibition – ‘Instagrampier’
2021-06-10
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‘Can’t touch this!’ exhibition is now extended to May 23
2021-04-21
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The current exhibition at WMA ‘Can’t touch this!’
2021-03-09
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Let’s exchange Xmas presents!
2020-12-19
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Programme announced for Peer to Peer: UK/HK Online Festival
2020-10-22
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Visual Storytelling Workshop with Kevin WY Lee
2020-10-15
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Online Portfolio Review | 19.09.20 (Sat)
2020-09-19
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WMA alumni at Landskrona Foto Festival
2020-09-01
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Family Albums: the Private Memories and Social History
2020-08-19
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Photo Storytelling Workshop: Photography as Dialogue
2020-08-15
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The Power of Portrait / The Portrait of Power
2020-07-14
Transition ‧
‘The Video Diary of the Crowd, to the Crowd’ Exhibition
2019-04-26
Transition ‧
“1 July 2017—A Day in Transition”, a Crowdsourced Film Project
2017-05-22
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Peer to Peer: UK/HK 2022
2022-09-16
‧ ‧
Island
2022-07-12
‧ ‧
WOMEN 我們 : From Her to Here
2022-01-21
‧ ‧
Wei Leng Tay Solo Exhibition ‘Abridge’
2021-10-22
‧ ‧
Pierfrancesco Celada solo exhibition – ‘Instagrampier’
2021-06-10
‧ ‧
‘Can’t touch this!’ exhibition is now extended to May 23
2021-04-21
‧ ‧
The current exhibition at WMA ‘Can’t touch this!’
2021-03-09
‧ ‧
Let’s exchange Xmas presents!
2020-12-19
‧ ‧
Programme announced for Peer to Peer: UK/HK Online Festival
2020-10-22
‧ ‧
Visual Storytelling Workshop with Kevin WY Lee
2020-10-15
‧ ‧
Online Portfolio Review | 19.09.20 (Sat)
2020-09-19
‧ ‧
WMA alumni at Landskrona Foto Festival
2020-09-01
‧ ‧
Family Albums: the Private Memories and Social History
2020-08-19
‧ ‧
Photo Storytelling Workshop: Photography as Dialogue
2020-08-15
‧ ‧
The Power of Portrait / The Portrait of Power
2020-07-14
Transition ‧
‘The Video Diary of the Crowd, to the Crowd’ Exhibition
2019-04-26
Transition ‧
“1 July 2017—A Day in Transition”, a Crowdsourced Film Project
2017-05-22

Articles

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From ethnic group to an occupation – The Tanka girl Miriam Lee who does not fish
Anthony Leung Po Shan
2022-08-23
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From Pacific Ocean to Lantau Island – An Interview with Island Studies Scholar Otto Heim
Anthony Leung Po Shan
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Curatorial Statement — ‘Island(ed)’
Chow Chow
2022-08-02
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From ethnic group to an occupation – The Tanka girl Miriam Lee who does not fish
Anthony Leung Po Shan
2022-08-23
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From Pacific Ocean to Lantau Island – An Interview with Island Studies Scholar Otto Heim
Anthony Leung Po Shan
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Curatorial Statement — ‘Island(ed)’
Chow Chow
2022-08-02

Video

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Artist Talk: ‘Queer Futurity’
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Talk | Memory, media, escape, Hong Kong: Yung Ma and Wei Leng Tay in conversation
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Artist Talk: ‘Queer Futurity’
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Talk | Memory, media, escape, Hong Kong: Yung Ma and Wei Leng Tay in conversation