Unprecedented museum fellowship programme for local design students

For design students, an internship is a very valuable experience to learn practical knowledge, as well as to apply their ideas in a real working situation. This summer, four students gained an unprecedented opportunity to join the set-up of a large-scale museum exhibition organised by the Hong Kong Design Centre and the Hong Kong Museum of History.


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Four local design students were delighted to be given the opportunity to participate in the set up of “The Splendours of Royal Costume: Qing Court Attire” Exhibition.

With the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust as the sole sponsor, to complement “The Splendours of Royal Costume: Qing Court Attire” Exhibition held at the Hong Kong Museum of History, which showcased the costumes of Qing emperors and their consorts, the Museum has collaborated with the Hong Kong Design Centre to organize a series of “Discovering Qing” Public Design Education Programmes to provide a platform for local young people to unleash their creativity.

The Exhibition Design Student Fellowship Programme was one of these programmes, in which four students in design disciplines were selected to work in the preparation of the Exhibition with the professional exhibition design team for two months.