Awards Ceremony, Art Auction and Cocktail Reception
Saturday, December 8, 2018
The Hive Spring
Remex Centre, 3/F, 42 Wong Chuk Hang Road
Five Years of Inspiring the Civic Imagination
Don’t miss one of the most anticipated Arts Prize events of the year -a participatory space where art meets society and big ideas around human rights balance beautifully with action and real change brought by Justice Centre Hong Kong.
Originally launched by Justice Centre Hong Kong in 2013, the prize plays a pivotal role in discovering and encouraging Hong Kong artists to explore the state of human rights both at home and abroad. Importantly it provides a platform for artists to create work without boundaries and to magnify the impact and exposure of their stories.
Come join us to celebrate these powerful stories and help us raise much needed funds to ensure Justice Centre’s essential work within the community can continue into 2019.
The event will be catered by Pololi, serving their famous Poke bowls and the bar will be lovingly stocked by Golden Gate Wines, Peroni Beer and Absolut Vodka.
Pre-registration is required! First come, first served. Reserve your place NOW with a minimum donation of $250 to attend the opening night event. NOTE: children under 12 do not need registration.
Come and be part of this empowering project
Doors open at 4pm
Prize Announcement at 5.30pm
Live Art Auction of the Award Winning pieces at 6.30pm (By: Macey & Sons)
Event closes at 8pm
Curated by Dr Sampson Wong.
The acclaimed judging panel includes
- Mimi Brown, Founder, Spring Workshop
- Claire Hsu, Co-Founder & Executive Director, Asia Art Archive
- Professor Pang Laikwan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
- Professor Eric Poon, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
- Ben Quilty, Artist
- Dr Kacey Wong, Artist
Working fearlessly to protect the rights of our most vulnerable
Justice Centre Hong Kong is a non-profit human rights organisation working fearlessly to protect the rights of our most vulnerable community members bringing their voices into the public debate. They also provide people seeking protection in Hong Kong with free and independent legal information, assistance and psychosocial services.
All funds raised from the auction of artwork and donations go to support Justice Centre Hong Kong.