1. Demonstrate the principles of storytelling through their storybook
2. Create a storybook inspired by the illustration styles introduced in the workshop
3. Produce a storybook with pop-up effects which fit into the storyline
This course aims to introduce the techniques of pop-up design which could be applied to various print products, such as: greeting cards, story books and even teaching materials. In this course, the principles of storytelling will be highlighted for participants to create a storyline of their storybooks. Participants are expected to apply the illustration styles and pop-up effects introduced to produce a storybook.
Target Participants / Prerequisite
For students completed P3 - P6.
Dr. Suzannie Leung
BA (CityU), PGDPsy, MEd (CUHK), PGDE, PhD (HKU)
Dr. Suzannie Leung is an assistant professor in Department of Curriculum and Instruction, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. She graduated from CityU with a BA (Hons) degree in Creative Media, a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology and a MEd degree in Educational Psychology (on dean’s honor list) from CUHK, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Early Childhood Education (with distinction) and PhD from HKU.
Mr. Tony Chan
BA, MBA (Wales)
Mr. Tony Chan is an experienced production artist, who was the Guest Trainer, illustration training workshop for the project “Promoting diversity through children’s literature”, The Centre for Advancement in Inclusive and Special Education, The University of Hong Kong (2015). He has run a local business of printing and design in Hong Kong since 2004. His company mainly focuses on graphic design, book publishing and event management for over 300 non-governmental organizations, university, kindergartens, primary, secondary and special schools in Hong Kong.
Medium of Instruction
Cantonese supplemented with English
陳澤恒先生是一位富經驗的製作/出版藝術工作者，曾於2015 年擔任香港大學融合與特殊教育研究發展中心「透過幼兒文學推廣多樣性」計劃之繪畫培訓工作坊客席講者。他自2004 年起創辦及經營一家香港本地之印刷及設計公司。業務重點包括平面設計、書刊出版及活動籌劃，曾服務香港逾300 家非政府機構、大學、幼稚園、中小學及特殊學校。