M+’s learning programmes aim to provide unconventional experiences and prompt a sense of wonder. In advance of the opening of the M+ building, we are organising a range of activities to provide educators and students with new resources and opportunities.

Past event

M+ Online Teacher Programme: Live sketching as an art learning experience

The M+ Online Teacher Programme, launched in summer 2020, is a series of online sharing sessions on teaching and learning by scholars, creatives, and teachers. Through this programme, we hope to promote peer exchange and nurture a learning community. This winter, we invite Wong Chun Hei, landscape painter and educator, to share with us his creative and pedagogical concepts.

About the sharing
Now we can capture a moment in less than a second and search a million images with just one click. However, landscape painter Wong Chun Hei takes slow-paced live sketching as the origin of his artistic practice and makes it a key to learning. M+ invites Wong to discuss his ideas and work and the ways in which live sketching can be an entry point for students to explore painting’s possibilities. He will also lead a live online activity to allow participants to experience live sketching in a different way.


19 December 2020 (Saturday)


Microsoft Teams

Target audience:
Teachers of visual art from local primary and secondary schools

About the speaker
Wong Chun Hei received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Arts from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His practice is related to landscape painting and encompasses video game scenes as well as the contemporary Hong Kong countryside. He enjoys painting in the open air and using his imagination to reveal the relationships between humankind and nature. He currently teaches at the HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity. This programme is free of charge and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

joego.chan@mplus.org.hk / (852) 2200 0151


Learning Programmes

School and Group Tours

In light of the continued impact of COVID-19, special arrangements will be made for tours if necessary. Please visit the exhibition website or contact us in advance for the latest details.

School and group tours are suspended until further notice.

learn@mplus.org.hk / (852) 2200 0041

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