About 70 pieces of artwork by staff and students of the Creative Arts Department of the Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd) are on display until the end of this month.
The exhibition is a fringe programme in conjunction with the Hong Kong Biennial Exhibition 2004. It features a diverse range of styles from abstract to realistic, including drawings, Chinese calligraphy, sculptures, ceramics, photographs, computer graphics and mixed-media works. The exhibition is at HKIEd's Tai Po campus. Free admission from Monday to Sunday. For more information, call 2948 6328.
The Sars outbreak reflected the unique spirit of Hong Kong people, especially the contribution made by front-line medical staff. The Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences (HKMMS) is planning to hold an exhibition to pay tribute to the anti-Sars heroes and display Sars-related items documenting the disease's impact on Hong Kong. You can make your own contribution by donating pictures, newspaper clippings or videos related to Sars. For more details, call HKMMS on 2549 5123.
The Lunar New Year fairs, aka flower markets, are a good choice for cheap bargains. Goods, and of course flowers, are available at various locations, including Victoria Park, Fa Hui Park, Kai Tak East Playground, Cheung Sha Wan Playground, Kwun Tong Recreation Ground and Kwai Chung Sports Ground. For more details, call 2868 0000.