Urban Touch 2021/22 – The Making of Flour Doll
23 Sept 2021 (Thu)
3:30pm – 5:30pm
Benjamin Franklin Centre LG13A&B
All CUHK students
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The making of flour doll is not only a traditional Chinese art, but also a fashionable craft commonly found in the streets of Hong Kong in 1950s – 60s. With their skillful hands and imagination, flour doll craftsmen can transform rice flour and water into delicate dolls in the shape of legendary figures. In this workshop, participants can make a flour doll under the guidance of an experienced craftsman, and know more about the history and interesting stories about this traditional art.
About ‘Urban Touch’
Urban Touch is a cultural programme appreciating and conveying the stories, culture and heritage of Hong Kong. It focuses on different themes in relation to local culture and history, including craftsmanship, food culture, language and stories.