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2016.06.30 Thu, by
MILL6 Heritage Program Public Forum

MILL6 is delighted to invite you to our Heritage Program’s inaugural public event ‘Archiving The Mills through the lens’ which takes place on Sunday 26 June.

This is an artist-initiated project that captures the transition and memories of The Mills during the heritage conservation project commenced in 2015. With each of their artistic practice and approach, six photographers, anothermountainman, Kitty Chou, South Ho, Law Yuk Mui, So Hing Keung and Tse Ming Chong, from Hong Kong have produced images of various aesthetics and stories around the engrained legacy at MILL6’s future home, The Mills (Nan Fung Textile Mill) in Tsuen Wan. Their works have contributed to our continuous research, study and archive of MILL6.


As part of our Heritage Program, the event will also showcase some precious photographic and architectural documentations of The Mills during its active years of textile production. MILL6 values this chance to share with you a lesser known aspect of The Mills.

We warmly welcome you to join us in witnessing the preservation of Hong Kong’s textile heritage. Kindly reserve your seat by registering at [email protected]

2016.06.26 Sunday




Kitty Chou

South Ho

Law Yuk Mui

So Hing Keung

Tse Ming Chong


Angelika Li, Director, MILL6

The event will be conducted in Cantonese. Seat is limited. RSVP is essential.


[email protected]


[email protected]

+852 3979 2301


Campfire, 4/F, Cheung Hing Industrial Building, 12P Smithfield,Kennedy Town, Hong Kong

About MILL6 Foundation

MILL6 Foundation is a non-profit arts and cultural institution and a registered charity in Hong Kong. Established in 2015 and as part of The Mills heritage conservation project, the space is expected to complete in 2018.

As an arts and cultural institution centered on textile arts in Hong Kong, MILL6 curates a series of programs consisting of: Permanent Collection, Exhibition, Community Engagement, Learning, Artist-in-Residence, Heritage and Public Art, to foster independent creative practice, as well as to explore new meanings and experience of textile arts and techstyle innovation with local communities and international creatives.