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Not a Gallery was co-founded by UK-registered art psychotherapist Leung Ching Wan, Gigi, and Hong Kong documentary director Wong Siu-Pong.
We refrain from conventional definitions of art based on "beauty"/ "ugliness." We believe that artistic creation can bring profound changes into our lives, transcending the creator's background, achievement, or progress in life. 
Since 2018, we have been committed to providing a diverse range of art therapy services, including one-on-one and group sessions. We have also tailor-made group training and experiential workshops for various organisations, including Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, Caritas, Haven of Hope, Lingnan University, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts, Oil Street Art Space, Hong Kong Arts Center.
As of early 2024, we have provided psychotherapy services to over 4,000 individuals.
In 2020, we established SINCE Concept Store, the first store in Hong Kong dedicated to promoting mental health and documentaries. Our thoughtfully curated products, such as books and card games, are crafted to act as an emotional outlet, foster communication and self-exploration, as well as inspire reflection. Moreover, we feature excellent documentaries from around the world to promote a humanitarian perspective with real-life narratives. In late 2023, to promote mental wellness in a community setting, we expanded our operation with a new art space at our store and started providing accessible ways to engage in artistic creation, such as art jamming, gratitude board workshops, exhibitions, etc.
We look forward to meeting you.

LEUNG Ching Wan, Gigi graduated from Goldsmiths University of London and obtained a Master's degree in Art Psychotherapy. She is a registered Art Therapist in the United Kingdom and a professional member of the British and Hong Kong Art Therapist Associations. 


Gigi has worked as an art therapist at Clarendon SEN School, London, and the Women's Mental Health Shelter, London Cyrenians, dedicated to helping individuals from diverse backgrounds and needs. Locally, she has provided one-on-one and group art therapy services for children with conditions like Asperger's syndrome, autism, ADHD, victims of bullying, including both the bullies and the bullied, survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, bereaved individuals, minorities, individuals with mental illnesses, and those struggling with alcoholism. 


Publications: The Forgotten OH! - Emotional First Aid Kit (2021), OH! What about me? - Family First Aid Kit (2023)

WONG Siu-Pong is an independent documentary director based in Hong Kong. Supported by CNEX, his first feature-length documentary Fish Story (2013) won Best Documentary at FIRST International Film Festival, and was nominated for the New Talent Award at Hong Kong Asian Film Festival. A word-of-mouth success that screened in Hong Kong cinemas for nearly a year, his second feature-length documentary Snuggle (2016) was awarded as a “Film of Merit” at the Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards (HKFCSA) and has been screened at Taipei International Film Festival, South Taiwan Film Festival and Singapore Chinese Film Festival.


Wong’s third film 3CM (2019) was again awarded as a “Film of Merit” by HKFCSA and was screened at Taiwan International Human Rights Film Festival. In 2024, Wong's fourth film Obedience had its world premiere at International Film Festival Rotterdam, and was nominated for the Firebird Award in the Documentary Competition at Hong Kong International Film Festival.


Wong has served as a jury member at short film festivals, including Fresh Wave International Short Film Festival and Hong Kong Mobile Film Festival. In recent years, he has actively taken up teaching roles, conducting workshops and mentoring in collaboration with art organisations such as Visible Record, M+ at West Kowloon Cultural District, and MaD Asia. Wong is currently a guest lecturer at Hong Kong Baptist University.

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