UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG
FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE

Docomomo Hong Kong 2021 Public Discussion Series (July – September)

Docomomo Hong Kong 2021 Public Discussion Series (July – September)
Date:
20-Jul-2021 - 06-Sep-2021
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Venue:
To be held virtually via Zoom
Title:
Docomomo Hong Kong 2021 Public Discussion Series (July - September)
Speaker(s):
Walter Koditek, Natasza Minasiewicz, Gary Pui-fung Wong, Vincci W.S. Mak, Natalia Echeverri, Denise Tse-shang Tang, Michelle Chan Wan Chee

DOCOMOMO HONG KONG 2021 PUBLIC DISCUSSION SERIES
Curating Architecture

https://www.docomomo.hk/2021-public-discussion-series-2-2/


July 20 (Tuesday)

7:00 – 8:30 pm (via ZOOM)

Capturing for Care: Curating Hong Kong Modernism with Architectural Photobooks

Walter Koditek, Natasza Minasiewicz (Docomomo HK)
https://www.docomomo.hk/capturing-for-care/


August 3 (Tuesday)

7:00 – 8:30 pm (via ZOOM)

Learning from Wah Fu Estate: Exploratory Efforts in Public Engagement

Gary Pui-fung Wong (University of Hong Kong)
Vincci W.S. Mak (University of Hong Kong)
Natalia Echeverri University of Hong Kong, Docomomo HK)
Denise Tse-shang Tang (Lingnan University)
Michelle Chan Wan Chee (Visual Artist)


August 17 (Tuesday)

7:00 – 8:30 pm (via ZOOM)

Resistant City: Histories, Maps and the Architecture of Development (book discussion)

Eunice Seng (University of Hong Kong, Docomomo HK)


September 6 (Monday)

7:00 – 8:30 pm (JC Cube, Tai Kwun)

Unpacking the Reuse of Colonial-era Historic Buildings: Cases of Tai Kwun and the Rockbund Art Museum

Ying Zhou (University of Hong Kong, Docomomo HK)

(note: ticket information for this event will be provided at a later date)

About the organiser:

Docomomo Hong Kong is the local chapter of Docomomo International (International Committee for Documentation and Conservation of Buildings, Site and Neighborhoods of the Modern Movement). Established in 1988, the global organization aims to enhance public knowledge and promote the protection of notable examples of modern architecture and built landscapes around the world. http://www.docomomo.hk


The event is supported by the Built Heritage Research Collaborative (BHRC), HKUrbanLabs, HKU Faculty of Architecture

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