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Making Workshop—Listen to the Wind

Artist: Kay Chan Wan Ki
Type: Workshop
Language: Cantonese
Audience: Everyone
Location: The Forum, Learning Hub

Making Workshop—Listen to the Wind

The epidemic has greatly reshaped our day-to-day, changing the way we see, live, and socialise. M+ invites visitors to a creative guided workshop where you can experience visual culture by making fun, wearable pieces and accessories inspired by works in the M+ galleries.

Cool breezes can whistle and howl through the M+ building. Designer Kay Chan and members of the M+ Young Collective volunteer programme will lead you through the indoor and outdoor spaces at M+, capturing and listening to the sound of wind. You will collect what you hear with a sound collecting apparatus and create a unique personal sound album.

This workshop is recommended for participants ages twelve and above.

About the Artist

Kay Chan Wan Ki is a product designer focusing on sustainability, community building, and art and design project curations. She has provided a number of product and design services through community-based interventions to enable meaningful cultural developments in public spaces with urban and environmental values.


Portrait of Kay Chan. Courtesy of Kay Chan

M+ Young Collective volunteer programme is supported by The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Hong Kong. The programme engages fifteen local tertiary students and recent graduates. They work closely with the M+ team and artists from various disciplines to develop and implement public events.

M+ Opening Programmes

M+ celebrates its grand opening with a programme of events designed to welcome visitors in its newly opened space. Whether you are a seeker of new insights or an arts enthusiast, we invite you to the world of visual culture through our talk, thematic tour, workshop, performances, and screenings.

M+ is more than just a museum—it is also a platform for visitors of different ages, backgrounds, and abilities to interact and exchange ideas with artists, makers, and the community. We welcome everyone—with or without knowledge in visual culture. All you need to be is curious!

Image at top: Photo: Cheung Pak Ming