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Young People Summer Takeover Workshop:
Stamp My M+

Artist: Milkxhake
Type: Workshop
Language: Multiple
Audience: Everyone
Location: The Forum

Young People Summer Takeover Workshop:
Stamp My M+

This workshop is planned by M+ Young Collective and is suitable for participants of all ages. Children under the age of twelve must be accompanied by an adult.

If M+ can be imagined as a range of shapes, what would they be? A spiral that resembles the stairs in the Atrium? A crescent inspired by the shape of our roof tiles? Or a '+' found in our name?

Stamp My M+ inspires everyone to see the museum from a different perspective. Design studio Milkxhake reimagines the museum into a series of stamps that take inspiration from the architecture of the M+ building. Boost your creativity by crafting a unique handmade badge using stamps of different contours and shapes.

About the Artist

Milkxhake is an independent graphic design studio based in Hong Kong. The studio works closely with various local and international art and cultural institutions, advocating the power of visual communication from strategic branding to identity and print.

About M+ Young Collective

The M+ Young Collective volunteer programme is supported by The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Hong Kong, which engages fifteen local tertiary students and recent graduates. They work closely with the M+ team and creative practitioners from various disciplines to develop, plan, and deliver public programmes.

About Young People Summer Takeover: Retrograde

The Young People Summer Takeover programme features a series of creative events over the course of two weeks in August. Inspired by our past M+ Summer Camps, the programme continues to encourage young people to think outside the box, discover new perspectives on everyday life, and flex their creativity when responding to challenges.

The theme of this year’s Summer Takeover is ‘Retrograde’. The programme inspires participants to re-examine preconceived thinking and explore their paths in various paces, trajectories, and directions. ‘Retrograde’ references the apparent backwards motion of a plane. It is also a metaphor that prompts young people to reassess their journeys of self-discovery. By navigating the world from fresh perspectives, they can respond to today’s ever-changing environment in different ways when confronted with confusion and uncertainty.

Image at Top: Photo: Winnie Yeung@Visual Voices

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