The Earth Without “ART” Is Just “EH”
Oh, how dull the world would be if we didn’t have any creativity. Don’t fancy yourself as a painter? Well, there are many more options out there for you. Let’s explore our creative side with these alternative classes.
All Rounder – Wide Range
Bonart believes in “Good art. Good Life.” and that everyone can be an artist enjoying the beauty of living with art. They have a wide range of fantastic workshops for you to choose from, there is something for everyone. Choose from terrarium, floral, candle, soap, clay, leather, skin care workshops and so much more.
2. KALO MAKE ART
Calligraphy & Watercolour Workshops
Kalo specialises in western dip pen calligraphy and she’s been teaching and sharing her passion in the arts and calligraphy since 2014. She offers three types of workshops: Dip Pen, Brush Pen, and Watercolour. There are 2 levels for the workshops: Beginner welcomes anyone without experience, and Improver welcomes students who wish to fine-tune their calligraphy skills.
KALO MAKE ART, Room 201, Ivy House, 18-20 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
3. MAKE & DO HK
Macramé & Embroidery Workshops
Set up in 2017 by two sisters both with a passion to make & do! Becky has extensive experience in the textiles and fashion industry with Lucy bringing her expertise of crafts and embroidery. They offer craft workshops and online tutorials, organise creative meetups, design events, and provide inspiration for designer-makers. They’re building a strong creative community, bringing together like-minded individuals and inspiring fellow designers to make & do!
MAKE & DO HK, Three Keys Craft Space, 906 Paramount Building, 12 Ka Yip Street, Chai Wan, Hong Kong
4. THE LEDERER
Buy a stitching pack and sign up for a 1-hour free teaching session where you will learn the basic skills of hand sewing and trimming to help you create a wallet, key chain, camera strap, bag and more.
THE LEDERER, G/F, 219 Tai Nan Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon, Hong Kong
This course is for those who have yet to experience the joys of jewellery making and would like to give learning these new skills a try. The tutor will teach in a group or as individuals to provide guidance and technical support throughout the process. You will learn the basic silversmithing skills such as piercing, filing, annealing, soldering, basic hammering, texturing, polishing, and twisting. There are three levels to choose from, each with a unique set of designs templates that focuses on a different aspect of the craft.
OBELLERY, H403, Block B, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong