Category Archives: culture
We’re pleased to have received more coverage from Canada – this time from The Chronicle Herald, Canada’s largest independently-owned newspaper. It’s based in Halifax, which is also home of NSCAD where I did my design degree. Happy to have Haligonian… Continue reading
We’ve been picked up by the Canadian press! Online in the Design section of Canada’s national newspaper, The Globe and Mail – my go-to print publication when I’m home. Thank you Gayle MacDonald, for the interview! >> The Globe and… Continue reading
Norrbottens Kuriren, the oldest newspaper in Swedish Lapland, included Cat’s Cradle in its coverage. The printed version was published on December 28, 2016 (see below). The title Mer konst att se i Jukkasjärvi means “More art to see in Jukkasjärvi”… Continue reading
Our first video is up on our new YouTube channel! In December 2016, we built an art suite for ICEHOTEL Sweden, in Jukkasjärvi – a cool 200km north of the Arctic Circle. Take a peek behind the scenes at 14… Continue reading
If you follow us on Instagram, then you know about our adventures with ICEHOTEL Sweden. If not, here’s the scoop in a nutshell: we designed an art suite for ICEHOTEL’s annual international art symposium / hotel made of ice, which… Continue reading
A belated but hearty thank you to Pop Fugitives (Paul Haswell and Carolyn Wright) for the live interview on RTHK Radio 3 on August 2, and to Coconuts HK for the quick piece on July 31… Really appreciate the help… Continue reading
PechaKucha Night Hong Kong meets Swedish Design tomorrow night in collaboration with Detour at PMQ! RTHK Radio 3’s Thomas Latter interviewed Sonia in a segment for Around Town. Listen here for a refresher on what PechaKucha Night is, how it… Continue reading
LOFT magazine, Spring 2013. Written by Catherine Shaw, photographs by Cheehaur Tan, Vic Shing (Art Surveillance), and Sean Creamer. Thanks for the coverage! >> LOFT Magazine
Working toward bilingual communications… So far all but one of our presentations have been in English, but Cantonese presentations are welcome!
A couple of snaps from yesterday’s event. It’s interesting to hear what others think about the state of HK culture and the West Kowloon Cultural District. Very happy to have been part of the discussion, and am looking forward to… Continue reading
Sonia Chow will be one of five invited speakers at UNESCO’s Arts in Education Observatory for Research in Local Cultures and Creativity in Education “Focus Issues Seminar Series.” Join the discussion on cultural development and sustainability in Hong Kong. Open… Continue reading
Four-page article on PechaKucha Night HK by Kate Whitehead in the November 2012 issue of Silkroad, DragonAir / Cathay Pacific’s in-flight magazine for Asia-Pacific. Happy to be featured!
Special guest at the next PKN HK: Mark Dytham of Klein Dytham architecture, and co-founder of PechaKucha Night! RSVP list is not open yet, so check back here or on the Facebook page closer to the date for priority entry.… Continue reading
As 2011 TED Prize Winner, French artist JR was challenged to change the world. His response? Inside Out: a global art project transforming messages of personal identity into works of art. Well worth 24 minutes of your attention, his presentation… Continue reading
The Royal Canadian Academy of Arts has elected Sonia to its membership. Now in its 130th year, the RCA is the oldest visual arts organization in Canada, and “recognizes excellence and lasting contribution to Canadian culture in twenty disciplines.”