People who like painting and porcelain would always like to combine these two beautiful arts, and they will easily fall in love with the elegant and graceful porcelain painting. In the porcelain painting workshop, students can learn about the traditional decorating style in this kind of art. By referring to the European flower painting, students will be taught about the different kinds of brushstrokes of these flower paintings, and eventually have your own piece made.
Level 程度：Any Level Age 歲數：16 or Above Language 語言：廣東話及EnglishNo. of classes 堂數：4堂（每星期1堂）4 classes, 1 per week Class Time 課程時數：2.5 hrsClass Size 課程人數：8 Max. 不多於8人Class Fee 費用*：$1,880 ＋ $150
* 包括4堂及一套材料費用 include fee for 4 lessons and one set of material
Date 日期： 逢星期五 Every FridayTime 時間： 3:00PM - 5:30PM/ 7:00PM-9:30PM
Location 地點：Touch Ceramics @「大館」SHOP 203, 2/F, Barrack Block, No.10 Hollywood Road, Central Police Station, Hong Kong中環荷李活道10號大館第3座203室
Email 電郵：email@example.comTel 電話 : 2562 9000
1.) After online enrolment, please arrange the payment in 3 days. Otherwise reservation will be cancelled.2.) If you cannot attend the class, 3 days notice is needed prior to the scheduled class.3.) 4 Classes need to be finished within 6 weeks4.) There is no make-up class due to typhoon or sickness.
** There will be no refund for classes that are cancelled due to the above-mentioned situations.
1.) 如已在網上報了課程，請在3天內付款，逾期繳款者名額將被取消2.) 如因事不能參與課程，請於課堂前3日前通知我們，以便作出改期安排3.) 4 堂課程請於6星期內完成4·) 如因颱風或病假而取消課程，概不作出任何補課安排
瓷畫班導師 - 黃陳淑貞
黃陳淑貞女士為現任香港瓷畫會的副會長及是澳州認可國際瓷畫家 (IPAT)及國際瓷畫教師(APAT)，自1999年起，Janny已累積約20年的畫瓷經驗 。
----Porcelain painting workshop tutor - Janny, Suk-ching Chan Wong
Janny, the current Vice President of HKPPC, and also certified International Porcelain Painting Artist and Teacher of IPAT and Australia (APAT), has started teaching porcelain painting since 1999.
Except teaching, Janny also participated in many exhibitions like charity exhibition of HKPCC for Children Cancer Recovery Center in 2000, and the Cancer Recovery Center of Queen Mary Hospital in 2001. In 2007, HKPCC and Yue Hwa Chinese Product Company collaborated together to host a charity exhibition for Project Vision.
"Tai Kwun" in Chinese means "big station", the colloquial name used by police officers and the public alike to refer to the former law enforcement complex, one of the most significant revitalisation projects in Hong Kong, comprising three declared monuments.Tai Kwun is the Centre for Heritage and Arts, a place of inspiration, stimulation and enjoyment for all Hong Kong people.