From 1 June 2021 (Tuesday) – 31 December 2021 (Friday)
Please refer to the workshop information for details.
Staunton: S203, S212, S303, S307, S407, S506, S511, S513
Hollywood: H202, H306, H401, H402, H403, H406, H408, H410
Pop-up workshop: S512 (May) TRIPBOMBOM
Pop-up workshop: S512 (June) Sindart since 1958
Fees of workshops may vary, please refer to the workshop information for details.
Creative Workshop Series @PMQ
Traditional crafts live on across generations and beyond
When craft masters tell the story of how they got started in their professions, many of them would say helping their families in particular. In the other words, they were born into their professions, inherited from parents who were masters of the craft themselves as well, and now, they continue not only their families’ legacies but also cultural inheritance. Let’s appreciate the traditional craftsmanship, salute the contribution they make and learn from them.
Pop-up workshop in June: Sindart – the embroidered shoemaker since 1958. Now the brand is in the hands of Ms Miru Wong, the third-generation owner of Sindart. You will learn basic embroidery skills during the workshop along with getting to know the history of Sindart and traditional embroidery arts through the exhibition.
PERFECTLY IMPERFECT Bracelet Workshop by Playback Concept uses the Mokume-gane technique which was first developed in the 17th century in Japan. It is a metalworking procedure, which produces a mixed-metal laminate with distinctive layered patterns as well as that laminate itself. Origami is the Japanese art of folding paper into decorative shapes and figures. In the workshop of Origami in Silver by Lucy Shih, you will use a unique thin sheet of 99.9% Silver clay metal to explore the ageless skills of Origami. During Traditional Silversmith Enamel Ring Workshop by Loupe, you will learn to make your own silver enamel ring.
Time your visit to PMQ to join your favourite workshop for a creative encounter.