How to deal with a school? How could artists and designers deal in social justice by dealing with schools?
How could art and design interventions provoke, envision, and pave the way for social transition?
Target Audience: All students and staff members in PolyU School of Design
Ricky Yeung Sau-churk (楊秀卓)
is a socially engaged artist and art educator. His works have been shown at Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong Museum of Arts, Fringe Club, Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, Para Site, the University of Hong Kong, etc. Yeung was the chair of Video Power and the Center of Community Cultural Development, and has been an art education columnist with Sunday Mingpao since 2009. His recent work《帶個腦返學》documents his education practice, community engagement, and reflections on art intervention, political ecology, and social equality.
Maggie Chau (周綺薇)
is a social designer, design educator, and play therapist. She has led and curated a range of community-led projects on storytelling, local farming, design justice, and art education.