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"Wonderful Imagination of Modern Life Inspired by Dunhuang" Poster Design Competition

Coorganised with Friends of Dunhuang Hong Kong
Special Programmes of "Dunhuang - Untold Tales, Untold Riches" and "Vision - Hong Kong International Poster Triennial 2014"

*Competition Results: Available in Chinese version only

Dunhuang culture is full of rich stories and spiritual connotations. It is not only a treasure for academic research, but also an invaluable source for us to acquire knowledge of history, art, ancient society, creativity and life. It inspires us to explore the relationship between Dunhuang culture and modern life to spark our imagination. This programme aims to enhance students' interest in, and knowledge of, the art, history and culture of Dunhuang. Through participation in the poster design competition, students can demonstrate their creativity, and integrate their understanding and thoughts about Dunhuang culture into their poster designs. The competition is divided into four divisions: Primary Students Division, Junior Secondary Students Division, Senior Secondary Students Division and Tertiary Students Division.

Awards: Each division offers prizes for the champion, 1st runner-up and 2nd runner-up. Award winners of the Senior Secondary Students Division and Tertiary Students Division can participate in the "Dunhuang Cultural Tour" 2015. Winners of the Primary Students Division and Junior Secondary Students Division will be awarded with book coupons.

Application: Competition guidelines, entry form and entry label can be downloaded here.

Deadline for Submission: 28 January 2015 (In response to public feedback, the museum has extended the submission deadline to 5pm, 16 February 2015(Monday).)

Enquiry: Education and Extension Services Team, Hong Kong Heritage Museum (Tel: 2180 8192 / 2180 8260)


To learn more about the "The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Dunhuang – Untold Tales, Untold Riches" exhibition, please click here.

To learn more about the "Vision – Hong Kong International Poster Triennial 2014" exhibition, please click here.