「賽馬會『看得見的記憶』藝術教育計劃」從繪畫看中國傳統文化
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「賽馬會『看得見的記憶』藝術教育計劃」從繪畫看中國傳統文化

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Nowadays, people are very dependent on their smartphones. We love to check-in at every new location, to take selfies when meeting with our friends, and to take photos of our food for sharing our daily life and joy with others. But what about the ancient people? It is fun to learn that all the famous paintings we see in the museum can be the proof of ancient people sharing their lives with others. In addition to the unique artistic elements, traditional Chinese paintings are hidden with so many stories that were shared by the literati with the use of brushes and ink. 


Painting is the new theme of the 3rd phase of the Jockey Club “How Memory Sticks” Arts Education Programme. During this phase, the programme will teach us how to appreciate the art of traditional Chinese portraits, landscapes and birds-and-flowers paintings. Besides paintings appreciation, we will also be able to understand the inner world and take a look of the utopia of the ancient people.


The art of Chinese painting has a very profound and long history. “How Memory Sticks” tries to explain the concepts in a much simpler way in order to enhance the public's interest toward Chinese painting. In fact, Chinese painting can be summarized into 3 elements – figures, landscapes, birds-and-flowers. Besides the painting objects, the tools used for painting also contain memories and emotions of the artists. For example, the strength and speed of the brush strokes applied record the emotions and the personalities of the painter; the difference in colouring creates a different atmosphere and tension of the painting; the overall layout, ratio between the painted part and blank-leaving of the painting reflect the painter’s mind; and the seals, prefaces and postscripts record how the painting has been passed on from generation to generation. 


“How Memory Sticks” will continue to organize learning workshops and learning-kit-assistance-programme using specific teaching kits, multimedia resources and worksheets to better interpret the precious memories that can be found in Chinese paintings. 



All are welcomed to download the 3 latest painting-related interactive APPs, including Painting 1:1 AR (看畫1:1 AR), Dreamworld VR‧AR (如果有山水VR‧AR), and Neverending Story AR (記桃花源AR), which are launched on App Store for iPhone and iPad. 


For more details, please visit Jockey Club “How Memory Sticks” Arts Education Programme: 

Website:www.howmemorysticks.org

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/howmemorysticks/

Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/howmemorysticks/

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現代人「機」不離手,每到一處新地方都要拍照「打卡」,見朋友要「Selfie」留念,吃新菜式喜歡留影上載,大家分享。古代人又如何?其實大家在博物館內欣賞到的名畫,就是古代人也喜歡分享的證明,當中除了獨到的藝術元素外,更暗藏着的古人藉筆墨油彩分享的事情。


「賽馬會『看得見的記憶』藝術教育計劃」第三階段推出全新的「繪畫」主題,講解中國傳統的人物、山水、花鳥繪畫藝術的欣賞之道,一窺古人的內心寄托及理想世界。


中國繪畫藝術源遠流長博大精深,「看得見的記憶」深入淺出,讓受眾對中國繪畫藝術產生興趣。其實,中國繪畫藝術,可以以一句話「有人物在山水裏看花鳥」歸納出來,即是說,中國畫有三大對象——人物、山水及花鳥。除了畫的對象,作畫的用具同樣帶有記憶與情感,畫家的毛筆在線條、力度及運筆快慢,都記錄了作畫時的心情與修養,墨彩着色的輕重,也營造出不同的氣氛與張力;此外,畫的整體佈局、着墨與留白之間,同樣反映出畫家的胸臆與境界,以至畫上滿滿的印鑑與題跋,也是名畫世代相傳所記錄的痕跡。


「看得見的記憶」更舉辦外展教育工作坊及教材套支援合作計劃,以教材套、多媒體閱讀資源、工作紙等,解讀中國畫中所蘊藏的寶貴記憶。



三款「繪畫」相關的最新應用程式,包括:「看畫1:1 AR」、「如果有山水VR.AR」及「記桃花源AR」,已登陸App Store,可於iPhone或iPad上使用,歡迎下載。


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網址:www.howmemorysticks.org

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Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/howmemorysticks/