HKUST Summer Festival 2024:Percussion x Sustainability Workshop

4:30pm - 6:00pm
Shaw Auditorium

HKUST Summer Festival 2024
Percussion x Sustainability Workshop
敲擊樂 x 永續發展工作坊


DATE AND TIME 日期及時間 : 

Jun 7, 2024 (Fri)  |  4:30 - 6:00 pm


VENUE 地點 : 

Shaw Auditorium 逸夫演藝中心
Specific location details will be released later 詳細地點稍後公佈


Led by Upcycling Product Designer, Kevin CHEUNG, participants will be introduced to upcycling and sustainability and also revitalize the plastics bottles which people normally treat as trash into musical instrument.

With the instrument created by every participant, they will actively participate in the Cobra performance, contributing their own musical ideas and responses to create a spontaneous and collaborative composition. This unique and immersive experience will foster creativity, active listening, and ensemble communication skills, leaving participants inspired and empowered to explore the limitless possibilities of music.





The workshop will be conducted in Cantonese



Quota 名額 : 20 (First-come, first-served 先到先得)

Target Participant 對象: Participants aged 6 or above are welcome


Registration 登記:  

Registration is now open at Art-mate.

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Hong Kong Upcycling Product Designer, Kevin CHEUNG devotes himself in developing upcycling products and raising public’s eco-awareness. At the same time, he believes that designers have the ability and obligation to protect the environment in order to sustain the balance between the eco-system, economy and the society. His focus is turning the waste into attractive and contemporary artworks and products.

香港升級再造產品設計師,張瑋晉投入Upcycling產品開發,並透過各種渠道提高公眾的環保意識。 在創造產品的同時,他相信設計師有能力和責任保護環境,以可持續的態度平衡生態、經濟和社會三大支柱,惠澤社會。他專注將一般人眼中的廢料蛻變成耐看、時尚的藝術品和產品。


PROGRAM PARTNER: Toolbox Percussion 

Toolbox Percussion has been driving percussive arts programming in Hong Kong since 2012, curating ambitious music projects in innovative ways. Toolbox Percussion, as a creative incubator, works to make new music happen by commissioning, collaborating, professional training, performing, recording and touring contemporary performances. Believe in the beautiful concerted efforts of every young talent we involve. Toolbox Percussion continues to empower the audience to discover versatility in daily soundscapes by anchoring our work closely to the here and now of Hong Kong. 

Over the past seasons, Toolbox Percussion toured to Asia Culture Center at Gwangju in South Korea and made its US debut at the San Francisco International Arts Festival. Other appearances included Shipyard 1862 Theatre in Shanghai, Zhuhai Grand Theatre, and active involvement in audience development programmes co-presented by Leisure and Cultural Services Department, Hong Kong Arts Festival PLUS, and Tai Kwun. Toolbox Percussion also curated Toolbox International Creative Academy in 2019. The festival has reached its 5th Edition in 2023 and collaborated with numerous industrial veterans including GRAMMY Award winners.

Co-hosted with the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco in 2019, works of Toolbox Percussion were showcased in an exhibition titled “A Double Listen” for the first time in the United States. This sound-based exhibition became an ongoing project as a core production series, a scalable rerun was held at H Queen’s in June 2021, a site-specific edition for ArtisTree in August 2022. A sound-based art exhibition, “A DOUBLE LISTEN: Yama no Oto” was toured to Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale in Summer 2023. 

Toolbox Percussion is currently a three-year grantee of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.



2019年受舊金山中華文化中心邀約策展,將歷年的藝術整輯,以「襄音」為名的展覽首次於三藩市展出。此聲音展覽其後發展為藝團重點創作項目,於2021年六月假H Queen's十七樓作跨媒體藝術呈現,2022年8月為ArtisTree舉辦了場域特定藝術版本「襄音操場」,並於2023年以聲音藝術展覽「襄 ‧ 聽:山之音」進行日本巡展,在越後妻有大地藝術祭中亮相。




  • Free admission with registration.
  • Participants aged 6 or above are welcome.
  • Please arrive 15 minutes before the start time.
  • The organizer reserves the right to change to the program and artist without prior notice.



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