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Programmes

Art in Nature Programmes

Let's initiate a dialogue with nature by experiencing it with our senses and intuition, and expressing our creativity through making art and handicrafts. Please take some time to join our art activities when you visit KFBG.

Collaborative Art - Nature's Weavers


 

All of life on Earth is connected, bringing together all textures, colours and patterns in nature’s beautiful Web of Life.

Inspired by nature's connectivity, KFBG's newly installed weaving board invites visitors to come and contribute their own designs to create a giant woven artwork. Measuring 6 feet tall, the weaving board is symbolic of all who visited KFBG and found their connection with Nature. Come and get inspired, get creative, and get connected!


Walk-in Art Activities

    

Every day at our Art House, a series of nature-related art and handicraft activities can be enjoyed by our visitors. Please feel free to use our materials (and return them afterwards), walk around the gardens and forest and make your own art from what you see (please do not harm any living nature).

We would love to display your art on the walls of the Art House for others to enjoy, so post it up if you like, it doesn’t matter how ‘good’ or ‘bad’ the art is, just make things from your heart and let nature speak through you; or you can take your art home with you.

Activities include:

  • Nature Paint Brush
  • Natural Tree Ring Printing

NOTE: The Art House opens every day (except KFBG Closing Days) from 0930 to 1630 (lunch hour: 12:30-14:00). For group visitors of 20 people or above, please fill in the Group Visit Application Form first, and make reservation with specific date, time and no.of attendees of your visit at least a month in advance by email to winglam@kfbg.org​​​​​​​

The Art of Tree Rings

This programme enables students, from Primary to Secondary Schools, to explore and appreciate nature through Tree Rings, using observation, contemplation and art activities. It allows students to build a better relationship with trees, humankind and nature. By taking part in the creative art process, participants will cultivate their compassion, which can help them to recognize the importance of protecting and respecting trees.

Programmes include:

  • Natural Lines and Patterns (K3 - P2) 
  • Our Valuable Material (P3 - P5)
  • Tree Rings & Identity (P6 or above)
     

For registration and more details, please click here.