Co-Learn Current & Upcoming

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Current & Upcoming

Wavy Weaving Wall

2 Dec 201831 Dec 2019


27 Jul 20193 Nov 2019

CHAT Summer Programme 2019 Docent Tours

28 Jul 20193 Nov 2019

CHAT Highlights Tour

28 Jul 20193 Nov 2019

Observe the Bond Leaf Sculpture Workshop

10 Aug 20192 Nov 2019

Repair Techniques with Kantha Stitching

11 Aug 201922 Sep 2019

Textures with Chikankari Embroidery

18 Aug 201922 Sep 2019

Embroidered Kantha Animals

1 Sep 201913 Oct 2019

Marigold and Tassel Embellishing

1 Sep 201913 Oct 2019

CHAT with Artist

12 Oct 2019

Future Parade

18 Oct 2019


About Co-Learn

CHAT’s co-learning programmes involve communities from all walks of life, with the aim to promote engagements with textile sciences and arts, and encourage learning through thinking, discussing and doing. Our co-learning programmes fall into four categories:

Through CHAT’s collaborations with academic institutions, artist collectives, NGOs, artists and designers, visitors and programme participants are able to join in co-learning through CHAT’s workshops and related events.

Talks & Discussions
Each year, CHAT invites internationally renowned artists, designers, textile specialists, curators, scholars and cultural practitioners from a wide range of disciplines and expertise to Hong Kong as panelists of our talks and discussion forums, aiming to create a platform for exploring the potential of textile in arts and culture.

With the aim to establish CHAT in the community, particularly in Tsuen Wan, our neighbourhood, CHAT conducts various themed cultural tours in the district. During the tours participants will have the chance to visit landmarks that witnessed the changes in landscape and society of Tsuen Wan.

CHAT Lab, which is formed by a group of textile lovers, experienced sewing workers and textile craftsmen, offers a platform for new textile design ideas to form and flourish through their support for young designers and artists.