We’re delighted to announce that the exhibitionhas now been extended through 26 April, 2020. Visit us if you haven’t already from 4 March, Wednesdays to Sundays, 12-7 pm.
The exhibition is an unprecedented international presentation based on the life-long research of, the Kingdom of Tonga’s foremost knowledge-holder of ‘koloa’ or customary women’s arts in Tonga. The exhibition first launched at the , a historic centre for women’s customary arts in Nuku’alofa, Tonga. For its international presentation at Para Site in Hong Kong, the exhibition expands its scope with a parallel, curated presentation of three women artists, , that further reflects upon the sophisticated status of aesthetic lineages in the Pacific as inseparable manifestations of art and technology.