"The story of the Black-Legged Bird"
Participants will learn how to make a paper puppet after each performance of "The story of the Black-Legged Bird".
The workshop introduces different puppetry styles and basic puppetry skills. Participants will learn how to make a giant head shadow puppet.
Participants will create a "little egret kite" and let the kites fly into the sky.
The workshop explores the possibilities of the body movement, using body language to tell a story.
The workshop aims to give participants an opportunity to use mobile phones or pocket cameras to record different aspects of Tai Po district.
Participants will create different forms of shadow puppets.
Participants will learn the ecology of the red-whiskered bulbul and to understand the connection between individuals and nature through art creation.
To share the achievement of the participants.
Featuring the Black-Legged Bird and all the "bird friends" created in the workshops to perform the final version of "The story of the Black-Legged Bird".
Illustration storybook will be published to share the sweet and meaningful moments of the project with the public.
A documentary of the project will be displayed online for public viewing.
Programmes conducted in Cantonese
All activities of the scheme are free of charge.
Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Programme and Enrolment Enquiries:
Fantasy Puppet Theatre
6464 2032 (For Whatsapp only)
Presenter reserves the right to change the programme, instructors/artists should unavoidable circumstances make it necessary.
The content of programmes does not represent the views of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.