Infinite Cycle A Global Artistic Exchange to Raise Awareness on Climate Change

11 Sep 2018 – 10 Oct 2018

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Thu-Sun, 11am - 4pm

41 Ross Alley

San Francisco
California, United States


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WYNG Media Award (WMA) of Hong Kong, Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco (CCC) and Bamboo Curtain Studio of Taiwan, present “Infinite Cycle”, a group exhibition showcasing diverse artistic responses to the threat of global warming.


About “Infinite Cycle”

In September this year, Global Climate Action Summit 2018 was held by a group of American leaders and scientists in San Francisco, with an attempt to discuss measures regarding climate change and encourage state governments to finalize the implementation guidelines of the Paris Agreement.

As an affiliate event of the Global Climate Action Summit 2018, “Infinite Cycle” is a response to the threatening climate change. It explores the way of incorporating art practices and institutional models into the cycle of environmental sustainability and its possible impacts on the community. The participating artists include Gao Ling, 2013/14 WMA Masters Award finalist, and TRES Art Collective, recipient of 2015 WMA Commission, as well as other artists including Stephanie Cheung, Dancecology, Lee Pei-yu, Cathy Lu, Francis Sollano and Weston Teruya.

The details of “Infinite Cycle” are as follows:

Exhibition Dates: 11 September 2018 – 21 October 2018

Open Hours: Thu-Sun, 11am - 4pm

Location: 41 Ross Alley, San Francisco, CA 94108

About the WMA Programme series

Initiated by WYNG Foundation, WYNG Media Award (WMA) is a series of programmes developed to spark awareness and engage the public on social issues of great importance to Hong Kong, with a view to fostering positive change. They include WMA Masters, WMA Commission, WMA Open, WMA Student and WMA Film. The programmes have been encouraging dialogues through selected annual themes, including Poverty, Air, Waste, Identity, Mobility and Transition in the past. The theme for the 2018/19 cycle is Opportunity. For more information, please visit wma.hk

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