The joint-school virtual expo, "ART for Well-being 2022", organized by Jockey Club Project Well-being, aims to encourage students, parents and staff members of the 15 participating schools to showcase their work reflecting diverse creative experiences during the pandemic. When we are immersed in the world of creating, we are given the chance to get away from the hustle and bustle, focusing on self-exploration and self-expression. As a result, we get to enjoy the present moment through healing creative processes. The virtual expo provides a space for us to speak through our artwork, and appreciate others’ art which captures their moments of healing and well-being!
We encourage students, parents and staff members of the 15 participating schools to enhance their physical and mental well-being through different art forms. Some examples include:
Pastel Nagomi Art
Po Leung Kuk
Po Leung Kuk Vicwood K. T. Chong Sixth Form College
Po Leung Kuk Wu Chung College
Po Leung Kuk Lee Shing Pik College
Po Leung Kuk Lo Kit Sing (1983) College
Po Leung Kuk Ho Yuk Ching (1984) College
Po Leung Kuk Ma Kam Ming College
Po Leung Kuk Chong Kee Ting Primary School
Po Leung Kuk Horizon East Primary School
Tung Wah Group of Hospitals
TWGHs Ko Ho Ning Memorial Primary School
TWGHs Sin Chu Wan Primary School
TWGHs Tang Shiu Kin Primary School
STFA Lee Kam Primary School
Carmel Alison Lam Foundation Secondary School
Salesians of Don Bosco Ng Siu Mui Secondary School
SKH Wei Lun Primary School 保良局
3. School staff
4. Group (All members should be student, parent or school staff of 15 project schools)
4. 團體組（成員全需為 15 所學校的學生、老師或家長）
Electronic Certificate of Participation Each participant / Group will be awarded an electronic certificate of participation.
Personal Page Each participant / Group will have a personal page for individuals or groups to showcase their artwork. Participants can share their page and receive encouragements and compliments from page visitors.
“Most Popular Online Award” (3 places for each category) Each category (secondary student, primary student, parent, school staff, group) has 3 places for the “Most Popular Award” selected by the public. Winners will receive a certificate and gift valued at HK$200.
網上人氣大獎（各組別三個） 由大眾於網上展覽平台投票選出，各組別（中學生、小學生、家長、教職員、團體）裏獲得最多 “Like” 數量的首三名參加者，將獲得「網上人氣大獎」（獎狀及價值約 HK $200 獎券）。
All submissions satisfying the requirements and the Terms and Conditions of the “ART for Well-being 2022” will be displayed in the Project’s virtual exhibition platform, expected to be launched in between July - August 2022.
Registration and Submission of Artwork: June 8 to July 15, 2022, 18:00 (HKT). Any late submission will not be entertained. Voting period for the “Most Popular Online Award”: July 26 to August 8, 2022.
報名及作品遞交時間： 2022 年 6 月 8 日至 7 月 15 日晚上 6 時正 (香港時間) ，逾期恕不受理。 「網上人氣大獎」投票時段： 2022 年 7 月 26 日 至 8 月 8 日期間。
Registration link & Artwork Submission Requirements報名連結及提交作品要求
Participants can register and submit artwork here. Each participant can submit 1 to 10 artwork pieces. Please specify the form of each artwork.
We only accept artwork created on or after September 1, 2020.
Please upload only 1 file for each piece of artwork. The following file formats are accepted:
Image (JPEG; within 15MB)
Video (Please upload your video to YouTube and submit the YouTube link)
Audio (MP3 / M4A; within 15MB)
Please read through the Terms and Conditions before joining the event.
參加者請於 此處 報名及提交藝術作品。參加者可上載一至十份藝術作品，並列明屬於哪種藝術形式。
只接受於 2020 年 9 月 1 日或以後完成的藝術作品。
Terms and Conditions參加條款及細則
By joining this event and submitting the artwork, all participants agree to carefully read and to be bound by the following terms and conditions.
The submission must be original artwork created by the participants and the participants should possess the copyrights. The organizer will not be held responsible for any legal disputes regarding copyrights or portrait rights.
Participants must confirm that their submissions should not include contents that are illegal, obscene, indecent, defamatory, threatening, pornographic, harassing, hatred or anxiety-inducing, racially offensive, discriminative, advocating crimes, leading to civic or criminal liability, law or rule-violating or containing improper information. The organizer will not be held responsible for any violation of local laws by the participants.
Participants should indemnify the organizer against all claim reimbursements, losses, responsibilities, and/or expenses induced by their violation of the terms and conditions.
The organizer retains the right to disqualify any participants and not to accept any entry.
All submissions should be open for virtual display, physical exhibition, and publication. The organizer possesses permanent rights to use all entries. By submitting their files, participants grant to the organizer an irrevocable, worldwide, perpetual and royalty-free license to use any submitted materials for any purpose the organizer may see fit. It includes editing, using, copying, exhibiting online and/or offline, publishing albums, journals, and in other media for publicity purposes without obtaining approval from or paying to participants.
The organizer reserves the right to interpret and amend the rules and the final decisions of the event, participants cannot object to the arrangements. All participants voluntarily participate in this event, and agree and abide by all arrangements and decisions made by the organizer.
All the personal data obtained will remain strictly confidential and will be used for event-related purposes only.
For the above purpose, your name and school name may be disclosed on the organizer’s website and/or other websites and/or other media. The organizer may provide or disclose your data to the school you belong to, supporting organizations, or media.
If you fail to provide the required personal information, the organizer will not accept your enrollment in the event. The provision of your personal information is entirely voluntary.