Asian Cultural Council Fellows Exhibition 2020
Why We Recommend it
Artwork by five Asian Cultural Council Fellows from Hong Kong, China, Taiwan and the US are brought together to celebrate the spirit of cultural exchange.
Alisan Fine Arts is hosting the Asian Cultural Council (ACC) Fellows Alumni Showcase fundraising event at their Central gallery for the second time, following the 2018 Alumni Showcase marking the ACC’s 30th year in Hong Kong.
This year, the curatorial theme is one of unity, bringing together five Chinese artists from Hong Kong, China, Taiwan and the United States to celebrate the spirit of cultural exchange that is central to the vision of the Asian Cultural Council.
The 2020 ACC showcases art works by ACC fellows Wucius Wong, Mao Xuhui, Ho Siu-kee, Isa Ho, and Cai Wenyou, the daughter of ACC fellow Cai Guoqiang. The exhibition will close with a ceremony of music and dance showcase produced by ACC fellows Joyce Tang and Louis Siu, performed by a selection of ACC musicians and dancers from 6-8pm on the evening of 28 February.
Since its establishment in 1963, the ACC has granted more than 6,000 fellows, representing a wide range of creative disciplines and a vast geography, the opportunity to participate in unique international experiences that have widened and enriched their respective practices.