YAG Architectural Sketching with Students, Asia Society
At this event YAG will be working with two groups of special needs children. We will tour the Asia Society Hong Kong Center on November 17th (Saturday) with Architecture for Children and JFK Red Cross (a group of physically disabled children students: 10-12 years, 10 people, need help with wheelchairs) and Tai Kwun with SCAD and Rotary Club of Hong Kong Island West Hong Chi Morninghope School on December 10th (Monday) together with each project’s design architects. We will explain our professions to the children and help them make architectural sketches at both heritage sites.
These events are FREE with 2LUs and we ask that you join us, with your sketching supplies, to help our Chapter SERVE and ENGAGE with the local communities!
The visit to Asia Society will also include a training course (in Cantonese) for those wishing to become tour guides. Please RSVP via firstname.lastname@example.org
11:00am-12:00noon Outdoor picnic at Hong Kong Park (Sponsored by Maxim Caterer)
12:15-2:00pm Building tour to Asia Society Hong Kong Center led by Vincent Wong, AGC Design
2:15 – 3:30pm Sketching workshop
Special Thanks to:
Architecture for Children
Architecture for Children (AFC) is a program developed by a group of volunteers in Hong Kong and New York who come multiple backgrounds but all believe creative thinking can help educate our future leaders. AFC received a 2017 AIA Hong Kong Community Citation Award and was founded by Vicky Chan, AIA.
Vincent Wong, Associate Director, AGC Design
Vincent has over 24 years of post-qualified experience as a practicing architect. He has involved in projects both in Hong Kong and in Mainland China. He is architect-in-charge for design and construction of building projects of different scales and types, including master planning, retail malls, hotels, residential developments, office buildings, hospitals, and conservation projects etc.