Childhood with Parents: parent-child activity
- A dialogue between comic artist fathers and psychologist
- Children self-drawn picture book workshop
Organisers: Title No., Kiddy Imagination
In Collaboration With: Hong Kong Arts Centre, Comix Home Base
- Hong Kong Comics Artist - Jackson NG
- Counselling Psychologist - Louis HUANG
Conducted in Cantonese
Free Admission. Registration is required, first-come-first-served.
Sharing Talk 25
Picture Book Workshop 15
The fourth title of the “Childhood” series: Childhood with Parents is a collection of stories about their children drawn by eight comics artists as father.
Kiddy Imagination has especially invited counselling psychologist Louis Huang for a dialogue with our comic artists father, Jackson Ng. They will be sharing their thoughts on this familial creation and the bittersweet experiences of seeing their own children growing up. Louis will also share tips on parent-child communication, tackling the pressure of being a parent and how to share a happy childhood with the children.
A workshop lead by illustrator, Sandy Wu, will also be held for children to draw picture books about their own childhood.
Comic Book Recommendations
Jackson is a happy father who has developed close ties with comics since the age of nine and is determined to make comics writing his life-long profession. He has participated in the production of Comics Master Class Collections, Days of ACG, Comic O Vol.1, and Comic O Vol.3. In addition to winning the second runner-up prize in the 9th Comics Competition, co-organised by Animation-Comic-Game Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Comics and Animation Federation, he is also a member of the winning team at the 3rd Hong Kong Comic Camp*, organised by the Hong Kong Digital Entertainment Association. His works span graphic design, video game art, motion graphics, illustration, comics, etc.
Registered Counselling Psychologist, Honorary Educational Advisor/Consultant of Kiddy Imagination.
Kiddy Imagination is an education team of professionals from various disciplines, including registered teachers, psychological counselors, registered social workers, speech therapist, art teachers, etc.
We diversify our services by senior tutors for professional approaches, and young tutors for fun and interactive approaches. The senior tutors have at least 5-year work experience for young people with special educational needs (SEN), while the young and energetic tutors provide not only a lot of support for schools and organisations but also bring benefits to students. This two-way service provides appropriate support to schools and organisations, bringing greatest benefits for students.
Our team aimed to provide quality learning experiences and adequate services for SEN students. The services has been provided to over 100 primary and secondary schools already.
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