Story of Fork & Spoon
The Story of Fork and Spoon is a story about transformation. Mr. Earth has been unhappy for the harm that single-use plastic tableware has done for long. In hope of making tableware more sustainable, Mr. Earth has decided to grant them a chance to transform by replacing plastic with other materials. In the story, there are three sets of tableware under three different scenarios. Participants will have to design a set of tableware for each scenario. In the workshop, participants will get to know what problems will arise under different situations. They will also be guided to find out solutions and work them out, gradually turning the ideas into an outline of tableware. Let’s write a perfect ending to the story.
|Date:||26 August 2020 (Wed)|
|Time:||2:00pm – 5:00pm|
|Location:||Online Interactive Platform
The online platform’s link will be provided via email to successful registrants
|Number of Participants:||25|
|Targeted Participants:||Primary students aged from 6-12 (as at 31st December 2019) and current primary school teacher
(Each kid should accompany by at least 1 adult during the workshop)
|Participation Fee:||HK $100
(Each participant could register up to 3 workshops. The participation fee remains at HK$100 no matter how many workshops [maximum 3 workshops] each participant registers)
Workshop Partner:Kay Chan Wan Ki
Notes to Participants:
- Please note that each participants of this workshop will receive a copy of the material package through courier service before the workshop date, Please fill in your mailing address carefully during the registration. The organizer will not be responsible for any loss in mailing.
- Each participant must prepare a computer for the online workshop, and the organizer recommends that at least one parent / adult must accompany the participant to assist the participant in completing the workshop.
- Participants should prepare the following tools by themselves to complete the workshop:
- Participants’ Parents or Guardians are personally liable for their and their children’s health and safety. The organizer is not liable for loss of, or damage to, personal property nor personal safety during the workshop.
- The organizer reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time without prior notice.
- Participants could submit their works completed in the No Kidding! workshops to enter the “No Kidding! HKDA Kids Design Thinking Awards 2020” competition! They just need to fill out the submission form of the Awards competition with an elaboration of the ideas of their entries plus several photos of the works. After completing the workshop, Parents or Guardians will receive an email from the organizer about the detailed arrangements. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity of enjoying double benefits for participation in both No Kidding! workshops and Awards!