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HKDI show to continue in Dec

15-11-2021

The Hong Kong Design Institute (HKDI) has organised an exhibition tour in town featuring innovative works from its jewellery design graduates. It is coming to the end of the first stop of the show; the next one will be starting in December.

Titled ‘Beyond Journeys’, the exhibition is currently held at Loupe of PMQ in Central till today, and then it will transfer to Eslite Spectrum in Tsim Sha Tsui.in December. Exhibits include selected works from graduates of four different jewellery design diploma and degree programmes.

 

Exhibit highlights

‘British Attitude’ necklace, by Choi Man Hin, Higher Diploma in Jewellery Design and Technology, HKDI (photo 1, left)

‘The Pure Blessings’ necklace by Chan Hoi Yi, Higher Diploma in Jewellery Design and Technology, HKDI (photo 1, right)

‘Pearl in the Sands’ ring and earrings by Lorraine Kwan, Professional Diploma in Jewellery Design, HKDI-PEEC (photo 2)

‘Yuen Yeung’ hairpin, necklace and bracelet by Ariel Lam, Professional Diploma in Jewellery Design, HKDI-PEEC (photo 3)

‘Escape’ jewellery set by Emily Tsung, BA (Honours) Jewellery, Materials and Design, HKDI (photo 4)

‘Spinning Teacups’ ring by Chang Tung Yi, Diploma of Vocational Education in Jewellery Arts and Design, HKDI (photo 5)

‘Mini Riding on Dumbo the Flying Elephant’ ring by Tang Suet Yi, Diploma of Vocational Education in Jewellery Arts and Design, HKDI (photo 6)

 

Exhibition schedule

Stop 1

Date: 1-15 November 2021

Time: 12nn - 7pm (Monday – Sunday)

Venue: Loupe, PMQ, Central

 

Stop 2

Date: 1-31 December 2021

Time: 10am - 10pm (Monday – Sunday)

Venue: Eslite Spectrum, Tsim Sha Tsui

 

 

 

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