Pilot
 
When Attitude Becomes Form
When Vision Becomes Style
Date: 16.12.2018

Venue: Oi! (12 Oil Street, North Point, Hong Kong)

Join Lin Heung House, Fashion Clinic and Studio WMW on a fine Sunday afternoon. Have a taste of India, be touched by design, and get hands-on to bring old stuffs back to life.

 
 

Sharing on the Lawn
Speakers: Lin Heung House, Fashion Clinic and Studio WMW

Time: 2:30 PM — 3:30 PM
Meet creative practitioners along a vision-driven path: Lin Heung House connects communities with handcrafted incense; Fashion Clinic offers a sustainable alternative to fast fashion; Studio WMW communicates values through re-branding and graphic design. Previously, the three teams have embarked on regional exchanges with support from MaD Festival’s “Exchange+Incubation for Creative Industries Practitioners Scheme.” Listen to what they have discovered on the road, and what they are planning for home.
 
 
Farm to Mosquitos

Facilitators: CHENG Chi Kin + HUI Yun Chak @ Lin Heung House

Time: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

On a pilgrimage to the birthplace of incense, Lin Heung House sampled about a range of incense making methods. This special recipe is a blend of Hong Kong and Indian ingredients. Get hands-on and bring home your DIY mosquito repellent (please bring your own container).

Also featuring: a most surprising way to repel mosquitos in India — come and check it out!

Too Good to be Wasted
Facilitators: WONG Kay + LAM Wai Yin @ Fashion Clinic

Time: 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

“Mottainai”—“too good to be wasted”—is an expression Fashion Clinic learnt when they exchanged with upcycling brands and designers in Japan.

Let us embrace this spirit and reinvent old MaD tote bags with boro and sashiko stitching. Bring home such mindfulness--you can give old clothes in your closet a second life.
 
 

Graphic Design for Good

Time: 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Studio WMW — which stands for “What Most Wanted” — aspires to make design fulfilling and meaningful. They will show you their previous projects with different stakeholders. One example is their collaboration with a local kindergarten that brings smiles on the faces of children.

 
 

Hello Masala

Host: Lin Heung House
Time: 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Do you know what gives Masala Tea its distinctive flavour? Lin Heung House has brought back a full load of Indian spices. Over a fragrant cup of chai, let’s learn an authentic recipe and amusing stories from afar.