Current Exhibitions

[from Functionality to Abstraction]



Our story

Touch Ceramics is the Hong Kong’s complete venue for appreciating and experiencing handmade ceramics and porcelains. We will inspire our visitors through the appreciation of exquisite ceramic works, and provide personal reconnection with a skill and art form that is lost in today’s society.


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Current Exhibitions

Rachel Cheung [from Functionality to Abstraction]
張煒詩  【由實用至抽象】
Sep 27 -Nov 7, 2018 (Part I); Nov 9 – Nov 23, 2018 (Part II)

“from Functionality to Abstraction” illustrated Rachel’s mindset of creating her ceramic pieces, she attempts to establish the relationship between craftmanship and arts.   This is a new point of view for rediscovery of “balance”, enabling her art pieces escalated to an eclectic dimension.

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Past Exhibitions

Japanese Tea Ware Exhibition
一期一會 日本茶道具特展
August 21 – September 23, 2018

Japanese Tea Ceremony (a.k.a. Chado) originates from the Tang Dynasty of China.  The tea culture was brought by the Japanese monks to Japan.  It then combined with the local culture to become a social and cultural activity for the expats to treat their guests with tea and show courtesy. It is believed that this is the first and most exquisite Japanese Teaware exhibition in Hong Kong.  Not only will you be able to appreciate the exquisite craftsmanship of the Japanese Teaware, you could also feel the profound affection of the artists through their pieces.

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LIU, Jung-Hui [Watching the clouds]
劉榮輝 [坐看雲起】

Liu’s creation focuses on life aesthetics with specialty in vase and tea ware. Multi-layered embossing and hollow shapes are his signature. His work incorporates landscape and scenery, simple and yet graceful. Like the flow of clouds.

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Sara Tse [RE VISIT]
謝淑婷 【舊地 重遊】
June 8 – July 7, 2018

‘RE VISIT’ – Sara Tse solo exhibition Sara Tse like to use porcelain as her ink, to write down every part of her life journey. As times have been dramatic to the artist in these years, all these laughter and tears just bring her creativity to the next level.

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Special Events

Kwon-Glazed Porcelain Painting Class



TOUCH Ceramics is honoured to have Kwon-Glazed Porcelain painting master Mr. Cheung Kam Ping to hold workshops here again. Master Cheung has engaged in this industry for more than 50 years. Participants can have your own Kwon-Glazed Porcelain painting plate done within the 3-hour workshop.


Touch Ceramics 再次邀得廣彩大師張錦平先生教授廣彩,包括其歷史及畫法,帶大家體驗傳統工藝的珍貴美妙之處。是次課堂老師將教授繪畫「富貴有餘」(游魚),學習廣彩如何寄偶美好祝福於瓷畫之中。完成課堂後,參加者更可帶走自己的作品!

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Special Events

Zisha Culture@ Tai Kwun



Touch Ceramics 十分榮幸邀得友心茶舍創辦人吳浩華先生舉辦紫砂茶壺工作坊,為大家解開紫砂茶壺之迷,學習紫砂茶壺的特色,如何正確使用紫砂茶壺及選購紫砂茶壺。


Touch Ceramics is honored to invite the teahouse founder of “友心茶舍”, Mr NG Ho-Wah to organize Zisha teapot workshop. He teaches the features of Zisha teapots, proper way to use Zisha teapot, purchase of Zisha teapots and appreciation of tea.

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Special Events

Painting Porcelain in the Meissen Style Workshop



Touch Ceramics十分榮幸邀請Janny Wong老師教導大家。 Meissen是Janny老師熱愛的風格, 她曾多次追隨德國大師Mr. Andreas Knobl, Mr. & Mrs. Petra and Jorg Kugelmeier等深造鳥, 花和風景瓷畫。她將會為大家講述Meissen瓷器的歷史和特色,更會教導大家繪畫一隻Meissen花款瓷碟。完成課堂後,大家便可以把這色彩繽紛、形象栩栩如生的瓷器帶回家。歡迎大家報名,共同體驗繪畫西洋瓷畫的樂趣。


Let’s explore the incredible art of hand painting onto porcelain plate in Meissen style at Touch Ceramics. Come and join our 3-hour workshop hosted by Janny, Suk-ching Chan Wong. She is a professional porcelain painting artist, and advances her skills with German Meissen masters as Mr. Andreas Knobl, and Mr. and Mrs. Petra Jorg Kugelmeier.

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Pottery Class


The comprehensive but flexible class provide you an wonderful learning experience of exploring the character of ceramics, under the professional guidance from our tutor, students are encourage to create your own piece under the relax and helpful atmosphere.


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Porcelain Painting class


Student will learn about the traditional decoration skills on porcelain, with reference of European flower painting technique, and combine with different painting styles, and highlighted with your unique brushstrokes.


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