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How Are Our Daily Cotton Items Made?

Free Admission|RSVP

During this Show and Tell session, audience will be taken on a cotton journey inspired by the collection on display at The D. H. Chen Foundation Gallery. Edith Cheung and Albert Chan, both experienced professionals in the fields of textile and fashion, will share with the audience the many stories behind the cotton items we use every day; how they were made and how they connect to the history of Hong Kong, Nan Fung Textiles and CHAT.

Have you ever wondered how your jeans or canvas of your tote bag were made? Please bring along your special cotton items to show and tell during the Q&A session!

Audience are encouraged to visit The D. H. Chen Foundation Gallery Exhibition Welcome to the Cotton Market prior to this session.

Capacity: 30
Language: Cantonese

Speakers: Edith Cheung, Albert Chan

 

Date:

07.09.2019

Time:
5:00-6:00pm

Venue:

CHAT Lounge

About Speakers

Edith Cheung
Albert Chan

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CHAT's special arrangement

Due to adverse weather conditions in Hong Kong, the sessions of Following Traces forum on 12 October has been rescheduled to next Tuesday 19 October. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.