【Brand New Youth】【後。生】Chinese style Bibs-making workshop 旗袍唐裝飲食圍巾工作坊

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【Brand New Youth】【後。生】Chinese style Bibs-making workshop 旗袍唐裝飲食圍巾工作坊

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【Brand New Youth】Chinese style Bibs-making workshop

In this 3-hour bibs-making workshop, instructors will briefly introduce how we actualise innovative products in response to elderlies’ and disables’ need on clothings.

By following instructors’ guidance, participants will complete a set of Chinese style bibs with Chinese buttons & custom-made embroidered patches. Give your beloved one a chic & functional gift or you can donate it to people in need!

【後。生】旗袍唐裝飲食圍巾工作坊

睿程導師將在三小時的課堂裡分享如何以創意和技術滿足長者以及身障人士的衣物需求,並教導大家著手完成一套飲食圍巾!學員更可以現場自訂文字繡花,加上中式結鈕為圍巾作裝飾。完成後學員可將既實用又美觀的圍巾送給親朋至愛,或捐贈給有需要人士呢!

Date & Time:

19.06.2021 / 10:30am –1:30pm / 3:00pm – 6:00pm

20.06.2021 / 10:30am –1:30pm

Venue: 2/F Exhibition Area, 7 Mallory Street, Wan Chai

Target Participant: Public

No. of participants: 10

Age: 6 or above

Language: Cantonese

Fee: Free of charge

日期及時間:

19.06.2021 / 10:30am –1:30pm / 3:00pm – 6:00pm

20.06.2021 / 10:30am –1:30pm

地點 :灣仔茂蘿街 7號 2樓展覽場地

對象:公眾人士

名額:10

年齡:6 歲或以上

語言:粵語

費用:費用全免

Remarks for Participants

A. All participants are required to take temperature check before admission. Participants with fever symptoms will not be admitted.

B. All participants must sign a form confirming they have not confirmed infection for Covid-19 and/ or been under compulsory quarantine imposed by the Department of Health. Hong Kong Design Centre reserves the final right for permission of entering the workshop venue if you are not able to complete or confirm the matters as set out in this form.

C. All participants must wear a mask at all times during the activity. Eating and drinking is not allowed. Participants without wearing a mask will not be admitted.

D. Participants are encouraged to use alcohol hand sanitiser before entry.

E. In light of the current pandemic situation, the Organiser reserves the right to cancel, postpone or change any details such as dates of all events. Participants will be notified through emails or phone calls.

參加者注意事項

A. 所有活動參加者進場前須接受體溫測量。若有發燒徵狀,工作人員有權拒絕相關人士進場。

B. 所有活動參加者都必須簽署一份「健康申報表」,確認他們在過去14天內未曾確診2019冠狀病毒病及/或曾被衛生署要求強制檢疫。如未能填妥本表格或確認表格所列出的事項,香港設計中心將保留可進入活動場地的最終決定權。

C. 所有活動參加者於出席活動時須一直佩戴口罩,期間請勿飲食。若無佩戴自備口罩,工作人員有權拒絕相關人士進場。

D. 活動參加者在進場前建議使用酒精搓手液清潔雙手。

E. 因應疫情實際情況,大會將保留一切權利取消、延期或更改所有活動日期。活動參與者將會透過電郵或電話通知。


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About the Instructor

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Rhys

睿程工作室


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Mrs Keung, the founder, used to work in the clothing industry. When taking care of her elderly mother, she felt that the elderly in Hong Kong would love to use more aesthetic bibs for eating. As there was a lack of bibs and clothes designed for the physically disabled people in the market, she decided to start a business to design and produce care clothing for the elderly and disabled people, giving the neglected groups in society their deserved dignity and hope by infusing love and respect into the design of these specially made clothes. Her bibs and medical storage bags (used to store urine bags when going out to avoid embarrassment) are particularly popular.

Rhys was officially open for business in 2018. Mrs Keung’s daughter Kadri, who is a graduate of the Institute of Textiles and Clothing of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, is the designer of Rhys. Grassroots women and people with physical and mental disabilities are also employed.

創辦人姜太以前從事製衣業,照顧年邁母親時,有感香港長者吃飯時會想用美觀一點的口水肩,加上市面著實缺乏為身障人士設計的口水肩和衣服,因而決定創業,設計及生產長者及殘疾人士康健服裝,將愛與尊重融入特製衣物設計,讓社會上被忽視的一群得到應有的尊嚴與希望。其飲食圍巾及醫療收納袋(用於外出時收藏尿袋避免尷尬)特別受歡迎。

睿程於2018年 正式開業,現時由姜太女兒、畢業於香港理工大學服裝及紡織系的Kadri擔任設計師,並聘請基層婦女及身心障礙人士工作。

About Design Spectrum

Design Spectrum is a new initiative by Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC) to foster a good design culture in the community. Located in a revitalised cluster of Grade 2 historic buildings at 7 Mallory Street, Wan Chai, Design Spectrum features year-round exhibitions, exchanges, design appreciation and other promotion programmes to cultivate a creative atmosphere, while nurturing local creative capital. It serves as a unique public face for HKDC to strengthen linkages with the community and partners locally, in other cities of the Greater Bay Area, ASEAN cities and overseas, and contributes towards creative and cultural tourism.

關於設計光譜

設計光譜是香港設計中心(HKDC)推出的全新項目,旨在推動社區培養好設計文化。設計光譜設於灣仔茂蘿街7號的二級歷史活化建築物內,透過舉辦全年展覽、交流、設計賞析及其他推廣項目,營造創新氛圍,同時為社會培育本地創意資本。作為HKDC面向公眾的獨特平台,設計光譜致力加強與來自本地、大灣區其他城市、東盟城市和海外合作伙伴的聯繫,同時推廣創意及文化旅遊。

About Hong Kong Design Centre

Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC) is a non-governmental organisation, and was founded in 2001 as a strategic partner of the HKSAR Government in establishing Hong Kong as an international centre of design excellence in Asia. Our public mission is to promote wider and strategic use of design and design thinking to create business value and improve societal well-being, with the aim of advancing Hong Kong as an international design centre in Greater Bay Area and in Asia.

Learn more about us at www.hkdesigncentre.org

關於香港設計中心

香港設計中心為於2001年成立的非政府機構,擔當香港特別行政區政府的策略伙伴,以推動香港成為亞洲區內享譽國際的設計之都為目標。公共使命是推動社會更廣泛和具策略性地運用設計及設計思維,為業界創造價值及改善社會福祉,旨在推動香港成為大灣區及亞洲區內的國際設計中心。

了解更多:www.hkdesigncentre.org

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Design Spectrum is a new initiative by Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC) to foster a good design culture in the community. Located in a revitalised cluster of Grade 2 historic buildings at 7 Mallory Street, Wan Chai, Design Spectrum features year-round exhibitions, exchanges, design appreciation and other promotion programmes to cultivate a creative atmosphere, while nurturing local creative capital. It serves as a unique public face for HKDC to strengthen linkages with the community and partners locally, in other cities of the Greater Bay Area, ASEAN cities and overseas, and contributes towards creative and cultural tourism.

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