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The two-night charity event Reach for the HeART - A Beginning - 心窗 was very successful. The first night of charity dinner and art preview raised an encouraging sum of fund for the programme. The second night of exhibition opening inspired our guests through the vivid and lively drawings of those geriatric patients who benefited from this programme. Besides, we all had an enjoyable time with the acoustic guitar and African drum performances, as well as Chinese calligraphy presentation.


With the funding support in 2009, over 31 art workshops were held in 4 hospitals for geriatric patients. We need your continuous support to sustain this meaningful project. It is really important! You can show your support by making your donation to Art in Hospital or by purchasing artworks that are donated by artists particularly for this event. You can also support this programme by spreading out the news simply telling your friends about what we are doing.


Sin Sin and the team would like to thank all of your love and participation. We look forward to seeing you again in the next opening reception of DRAMA - 戲 (2000-2010).



"Reach for the HeART - A Beginning"


Exhibition Duration:

10 June - 10 July 2010


Exhibition Venue:

Sin Sin Annex

53 - 54 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong


Group Exhibition by Gallery Artists


Exhibition Venue:

Sin Sin Fine Art

1 Prince's Terrace, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong


"DRAMA - 戲 (2000-2010)" - Solo Exhibition of Ann Niu 


Exibition Duration:

10 Sep - 8 Oct 2010


Opening Reception:

10 Sep 2010, 6 - 9 pm, artist present


Exhibition Venue:

Sin Sin Annex

53 - 54 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong


Linda Liao's 3D canvas and vivid painting is refreshing Prince's Terrace this summer


"Human creates art, art nurtures mankind."


Linda Liao was born in 1962 into an enginneers' family in Nanning city of the Guangxi Autonomous Region of China. Growing up in the countryside of this region during the Cultural Revolution, she turned to drawing and painting for refuge.


Linda's aspiration for art has never stopped. She took drawing classes, studied oil paintings with artist, and visited museums looking at masterpieces when she was living in Australia in the 80s and Europe in the 90s. Linda has been continuously and extensively reading literature, philosophy, contemporary art movements, appreciating music and contemporary dance.


The desire to embrace the ever changing world with a positive attitude and a creative mind has been empowering Linda to explore and discover new forms of paintings and innovative techniques and original forms of composition while material and techniques are playing some substantial roles in reflecting the meaning of her paintings.


The latest artworks from Linda have been developed from her monochrome series, transforming the flat canvas into a 3D canvas. Energy from the universe of the mankind has always been a fascinating subject and it is vividly demonstrated in the pieces she has created during the year 2010.


Nomination of the Sovereign Asian Art Prize


Thep Thavonsouk has been nominated by the Curator at the Traditional Arts and Ethnology Museum in Luang Prabang to participate in the Sovereign Asian Art Prize. All the nominee are now awaiting the result as all entries have been sent and accepted.


Around sound art festival and retreat 2010


20 Aug - 9 Sep 2010

Local charity soundpocket presents Around sound art festival and retreat 2010. Around is the first listening festival in Hong Kong. It is an occasion for deep listening.


On Aug 20 (7 pm) and 28 (sunset), Rolf Julius and Miki Yui from Germany who work with Small Music and Small Sound present performances and installations at Sin Sin Atelier + Annex. Meet with writers and artists at the launch of soundpocket's first book on listening on Aug 28 (3 - 5 pm).

The festival brings Hong Kong artists and those from Germany, Netherlands, Japan and Taiwan to lesser known places for series of listening activities and creative sound works.

For more information, please contact Ms Susie Law at listen@soundpocket.org.hk or 96021229


Taiji Qigong Summer Class


After practicing Taiji Qigong for several years, Sin Sin has found the greatest strength of bringing mind and body together. With a series of postures, movements in a slow and graceful manner, Taiji Qigong helps relief stress and anxiety as well as improves concentration by the flow and stimulation of Qi (Energy) in her daily life. Sin Sin cordially invites you to the Taiji Qigong Summer Class at Sin Sin Annex in July and August this summer.


Taiji Qigong is a Qigong with Taiji concept, techniques and energy in it and which is a non-competitive, self-paced system of gentle physical exercise and stretching. Each posture flows into the next without pause, ensuring that your body is in constant motion.


Master Lawrence Tse has practiced Taiji Qigong for more than 20 years. Since 1996, he has been teaching and healing in various clubs and health centres as well as giving speech about the benefits of Taiji Qigong to both Asians and Westerners.


Details are as follow,

Commencement Date: 1 July - 31 Aug 2010 (except 20 - 25 Aug)

Time: Mon, 6:45 - 8:00 pm, Wed, 12:00 - 1:15 pm and Fri, 10:30 - 11:30 am (amended schedule)

Venue: Sin Sin Annex, 54 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong

Capacity: 12 students each class

Fee: $220/ lesson or $800/ 4 lessons


For further information and RSVP, please contact:

Elsie Lam at sinshop@sinsinac.com or call at 2521 0308,

Zero Chan at zero@sinsinfineart.com or call at 2858 5072


Beauty of Javanese Traditional Batik


Sin Sin would love to share the beauty of Javanese traditional batik with you, exclusive from Yogyakarta which is known as the centre of classical Javanese fine art and culture. Batik is a cloth with patterns that are achieved by a manual wax-resist dyeing technique. Hand painted and stamp printed colourful with extra-ordinary pattern batiks are now available at Sin Sin Atelier.