‘Best Future Museum Curators’ Award
Eight of our F.5 Geography and Science students participated in a one-year community project entitled the ‘ECF Mobilizing Community Climate Action by Future Museum Curators’ co-organized by the Environmental Campaign Committee and the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change.
The students set up an online exhibition named ‘MegaHeat’ (https://www.mocc.cuhk.edu.hk/zh-tw/ecffmc-school-virtual-gallery ). After deliberation by the university’s professional judges and a public vote, they received the ‘Best Future Museum Curators’ Bronze Award and were invited to attend the award presentation ceremony on 13 October 2022.
Our awardees are as follows:
5A Chen Hoi Ki, 5A Lam Chak Kwan, 5A Wong Chung Man, 5A Yip Lau Kwan, 5A Yuen Wan Sze, 5B Ho Ka Yan, 5B Lam Sze Wing, 5C Li Ho Long
Guest of honour: Mr. Eric S.P. Ng, Vice-President (Administration) and University Secretary of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
Group photo of Mr. Eric S.P. Ng, Dr. Lee Lok Sze, founder of the China Polar Museum Foundation, Mr. Ng Wing Chun, our awardees, Mr. Chu Wai Kit and Mr. Wong Kit Lung, Chairman of the Environmental Campaign Committee (from left to right)
A themed exhibition is now open to the public:
|Name of the exhibition||‘Humanity – Climate – Nature: A Future Museum Curators’ Exhibition’|
|Exhibition period||13 October 2022 – 31 January 2023|
|Venue||The Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change,
8/F, Yasumoto International Academic Park, the Chinese University of Hong Kong
Products of our students’ online exhibition being displayed as exhibits in the museum
Our students sharing their experience and reflections throughout the project
Debriefing and encouragement given by Ron, our tutor in the project
For more information about the exhibition and education programmes offered by the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, please visit: https://www.mocc.cuhk.edu.hk/en-gb/ .