課堂日期 / Course Date:

August 25 2015
7:00 - 10:00pm

費用 / Fee:

導師 / Tutors:
Doreen Chan
Artist / Photographer

課堂人數 / Participants:


有沒有閲讀過自己的日常?手機裏有很多照片嗎?有些東西是屬於我們自己的,怎樣用照片/ 視覺去表達? 



年生於香港,大學時期主修視覺傳意,其後修讀攝影。氏一直作,於2010年赴英加入East Street Arts並設立其藝術工作室。生活於香港。


氏於國際攝影年展2013行了《25.9》首個個展,2014年《780s》,《百花The Photocrafters Fundraising Mini Auction》及《看看》展展出其作品。其作品入2015年三影堂

Reading Daily Life

Have you read your own daily life?  Have you many photos in your phone? Somethings belongs only to us, how to utilise pho­to­graphy to cap­ture and express?

In this 3 hour work­shop, par­ti­cipants will draw from their daily life and exper­i­ences to observe and study them­selves though photography.


Doreen Chan
Doreen, Wing Yan Chan was born in 1987 in Hong Kong. Originally trained in Visual Communication, her cre­ative outlet brought her to UK, where she joined East Street Arts and held an artist studio in 2010. She cur­rently lives in Hong Kong.

Chan’s daily life is her main interest and inspir­a­tion of her pho­to­graphy. She draws from various sub­jects that relate the intric­a­cies of her iden­tity to the sur­rounding envir­on­ment. She believes “How I live, is how I photograph!”.

She was invited to hold her first solo exhib­i­tion 25.9 at Lianzhou Foto Festival 2013 and exhibit her works in various exhib­i­tions such as 780sThe Photocrafters Fundraising Mini Auction and See Saw Seen. Her work has been selected as one of the 2015 Three Shadows Photography Award Finalists.

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