We believe that artistic creation can be the most primitive and honest expression of one’s thoughts.


Through the artworks, we can understand the extended relationships between the creators and the different fields that they are part of and the arts are not defined by considering only the perceived concepts of “beauty” and “ugly” in traditional aesthetics. As a group of people interested in developing art development, we understand the magical relationship between creation and living. Participants will not be assessed by their status, age, achievement and life progress when it comes to their potential of being an artistic creator.

Moreover, our art program has a stronger focus on facilitating the participants to experience and gain a greater understanding of themselves, as well as observing and connecting with the society under the influence of art.  

Our services are open to everyone, we believe no one should be deprived of the right to receive assistance. 


We hope to meet you in your world and you are also always welcome to share your world with us.

Leung Ching Wan (Gigi) graduated from the School of Creative Media at the City University of Hong Kong. During her studies, she began her work at the Tung Wah Group Hospitals to promote the artistic development and rights of people with disabilities in the i-dArt. In her 5-year tenure, she was responsible for curating exhibitions and cultural activities, and teaching art courses that encourage and develop the rights of service users to participate in artistic creation. She completed her MA in Art Psychotherapy at the Goldsmiths University of London. Currently registered as an art psychotherapist under The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) in the U.K. and a professional member of the Hong Kong, British and American Association of Art Therapists. Formerly an art psychotherapist at the Clarendon SEN School, London and the women’s mental health hostel (London Cyrenians), she provided one-to-one and group services for people with Asperger's Syndrome, autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), as well as the school bullies and the victims, domestic violence and sexual assault survivors, ethnic minorities, people with mental illnesses, such as personality disorder, schizophrenia, depression, alcohol abuse and different disabilities. Now she is having her private practice, providing one-to-one and group services to people with dementia, and people with learning difficulties, autism, ADHD, children and adults with emotional needs, chronic patients and the Blind. Meanwhile, she is actively promoting the importance of mental health and art creation.

Wong Siu Pong (JC) graduated from the Department of Journalism and Communication at the Shue Yan University in Hong Kong in 2010. In 2013, he completed his first documentary film "Fish Story" which talks about the lives of schoolchildren from low-income families. The film was selected for several international film festivals and nominated for the "Asian New Director Award" at the Hong Kong Asian Film Festival and the "Best Documentary Award" at the FIRST International Film Festival. In 2014, his documentary short film "Connection" represented Hong Kong in the 14th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. He completed his second long documentary film "Snuggle" which explores the life of the elderlies in the later years, showing the contradiction and misunderstanding between life and death. “Snuggle” won the Recommended Film of the Year Award at the 23rd Hong Kong Film Critics Society Award. JC served as a judge in short film competitions such as the Fresh Wave and the Mobile Film Festival. In recent years, he is actively participating in education, cooperating with art organizations and organizations such as The Visible Record, M+ West Kowloon Cultural District and MaD Asia to serve as mentor and conduct workshops.