Daisy Fairy and the Bear: From the Beach to Wondeer Exhibition

Venue: Experimental Gallery, 3/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre 
Date: 2020.12.03 - 2020.12.30
Time: 10:00 – 18:00 
Price: Free Admission  

Presenters: Hong Kong Arts Centre, Tung Wah Group of Hospitals i-dArt


*Exhibition opening hours may change if Shouson Theatre has day-time performance 




Michelle Ling Allcock



Chan Sze Man Vicky, Lam Siu Leung, Lee Oi Yee, Leong Iat Hong, Mak Wai Hung, Mok Wai Chee Gigi @ Tung Wah Group of Hospitals i-dArt


‘Arts for All’— all individuals should feel free to express themselves through art.

Art is a universal medium of communication and expression beyond words — it connects individuals and communities across nations and cultural backgrounds. It unites in its infinite diversity. 

The Hong Kong Arts Centre is honoured to work with author Michelle Ling Allcock again to publish Daisy Fairy and the Bear: From the Beach to Wondeer, the sequel to her illustration book, Daisy Fairy and the Bear. We are most grateful for the concerted effort of our partner,Tung Wah Group of Hospitals i-dArt, who has made this meaningful project possible. Through this project, we have connected six talented artists across age groups and backgrounds, who are all eager to express their thoughts without any barrier or hindrance. Visitors will see their colourful Wondeer in the exhibition. 


Published by Hong Kong Arts Centre, the illustration books, Daisy Fairy and the Bear and Daisy Fairy and the Bear: From the Beach to Wondeer are available for sale at the Hong Kong Arts Centre Art Shop and online shop (hkacartshop.store).


Book description:

Daisy Fairy and the Bear: From the Beach to Wondeer, the sequel to her illustration book, Daisy Fairy and the Bear published in 2019, is a fairy tale about the co-existence between human beings, animals and nature. The story conveys the meaningful message that we should appreciate and treasure every life, cherish the relationship with the environment, and exist in harmony with nature.


Author’s bio:

Michelle Ling Allcock (Story)

A creative artist from Hong Kong. Born to a Chinese mother and English father, Michelle received her formative education at Chinese International School in Hong Kong and went on to complete a degree in Creative Events from the University of Kent, England. In her work Michelle draws upon the aesthetics and traditions of East and West, and her many hobbies and interests, include dancing, singing, songwriting, flower arranging, jewellery making, ice skating and surfing.




To reduce the risk of the spread of COVID-19, the presenters have implemented the following precautionary measures:-

  1. Visitors are required to measure body temperature before admission. Visitors with normal body temperature below 37.5 degrees Celsius (as indicated by the temperature detector used by presenters) would be allowed access;
  2. Visitors are required to clean their hands with hand sanitiser before admission;
  3. Visitors are required to wear their own mask inside the venue;
  4. Every 2 visitors are required to keep a safe distance of 1.5 metre apart.

The presenters will review the situation and adjust the measures if necessary. We appreciate your understanding.

The presenters reserve the rights of final decision on the arrangement.




About the Presenters

Hong Kong Arts Centre

Hong Kong Arts Centre (HKAC) is a multi-arts centre that fosters artistic exchanges locally and internationally, bringing the most forward creations to Hong Kong and showcasing homegrown talents abroad. HKAC stimulates innovation and promotes creativity. Being Hong Kong’s only independent non-profit multi-arts institution, HKAC offers exhibitions, screenings and performances, connecting the arts of Hong Kong to the rest of the world through programmes and collaborations. 

Official website: www.hkac.org.hk | Facebook: Hong Kong Arts Centre | Instagram: @hongkongartscentre 



Art is a barrier-free common language. To appreciate beautiful things and to do creation freely are inborn abilities and rights of human beings. The focus of art appreciation should be on the power that the creators give to their creations and also their abilities, instead of their intelligence or physical ability.

Holding such beliefs, i-dArt connects people with and without disabilities as well as explores more possibilities and creative spaces in the community. In addition, we encourage more people with different abilities to participate in art so as to promote social inclusion.

Tel: 2870 9336 | Facebook: 愛不同藝術 i-dArt | Instagram: @idart_twghs



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