「六四」關我?事 What has 'June 4th' to do with me? ─ 六四紀念館專題展 2017年4月30日-6月15日


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28年過去,「六四」 與我何干?1989年的民運以屠殺收場,2014年的雨傘運動亦遭清場,面對同一專制政權香港人認命?不認命?






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艱苦經營了兩年的「六四紀念館」,在業主立案法團的訴訟纏擾下,終在去年7月12日閉館。紀念館雖暫時關閉,但支聯會傳承歷史真相的工作並沒中斷。

支聯會繼今年初在維園年宵攤位舉辦迷你「六四紀念館」,承蒙社區文化發展中心襄助,於今年4月30日至6月15日在賽馬會創意藝術中心(九龍石硤尾白田街30號)2樓L205-208室合辦「六四紀念館」專題展,主題為「六四關我?事」,每日由中午12時至晚上7時免費開放給公眾參觀,歡迎捐款(恒生銀行帳號:368-286498-001;支票抬頭:香港市民支援愛國民主運動聯合會)支持擴館經費,以物色更大面積的地方重新開館,延續傳遞「六四」真相的使命。

專題展以互動形式向公眾介紹八九民運和「六四」屠殺歷史,讓參觀者思考「六四」與個人、香港和中國的關係,期盼以史為鑑,共同探討如何建立一個公平公義的社會。

專題展內容包括:命運抉擇(擋不擋坦克?絕食不絕食?撤離不撤離?)體驗、八九民運時間廊、紀錄片放映、真人圖書館、音樂工作坊、一人一故事劇場等。

感謝多個藝術團體和藝術家支持,專題展期間在創意藝術中心舉行相關活動,包括:馮浩然、張中柱、方蘇作品展、《709 人們》放映及映後座談會、「為香港發聲」社區音樂工作坊和一人一故事劇場「六四」專場、「我這一代創作人」分享會等。

支聯會誠邀香港市民、中外遊客蒞臨參觀,更歡迎中學老師安排學生參觀「六四紀念館」專題展,作為國民教育或通識教育的學習活動。參觀時間可因應學校需要安排導賞。

如有任何查詢,歡迎致電24596489與「六四紀念館」職員聯繫。


*「銘記八酒六四」紀念酒於「六四紀念館」展出[2017年6月2日 新聞稿]






展覽詳情及相關活動一覽

◆ 命運抉擇體驗


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◆  馮浩然、張中柱、方蘇作品展(常設)
日期:2017年4月30日-6月15日
時間:中午12:00-晚上7:00
地點:賽馬會創意藝術中心8樓L806室
合辦:香港版畫工作室


  給下一代(常設)
展出時期:2017年4月30日 – 6月15日
展出時間: 中午12時至晚上7時
地點: 社區文化發展中心(賽馬會創意藝術中心二樓L208室)
創作者:廖家宜 Miss FAT
作品簡介:紅色的回憶(被清洗),紅色的勢力(被鞏固),紅色的面孔(被消失),紅色的思想(被灌輸)。讓紅色的、傷心的人民、軍人和坦克車,在時間裏慢慢消逝,然後寫成歷史,畫成圖畫,留給下一代。
合辦: 肥娃藝術工作室 Miss FAT studio

「六四」攝影書展(常設)
展出時期:2017年4月30日 – 6月15日
展出時間: 中午12時至晚上7時
地點: 社區文化發展中心(賽馬會創意藝術中心二樓L208室)
簡介:「六四」攝影書展由光影作坊與六四紀念館合辦,精選數本紀錄「六四」的珍藏攝影集,紀錄了一群香港攝影師關於八九民運的記憶與真相,當中包括黃勤帶《1989廣場的日子》、譚康明及謝明莊《1989我們不會忘記》、趙嘉榮及黃勤帶《北京戀曲》、高志強《藍調》等攝影集
合辦:光影作坊



「六四」關我?事之「我這一代創作人」
簡介:八九民運和六四事件至今已二十七年多,經歷過這段歷史的香港創作人確實不少,這次活動多從香港角度,回顧這段歷史對他們的影響和改變。
日期:2017年5日6日(六)
時間:3:00 – 4:30 pm
地點:賽馬會創意藝術中心 JCCAC 二樓平台
嘉賓:三木、黃國才、張嘉莉(C&G)、廖家宜、廖偉棠(新增嘉賓將於稍後公佈)
主持:陳彥璘( 社區文化發展中心主席)
報名表格: https://goo.gl/4elJL9
合辦:六四紀念館、社區文化發展中心、香港藝術及設計聯會


◆ 真人圖書館─認識「八九民運」的兒童

保存「六四」屠殺的歷史,應不應由教導兒童開始?
「真人圖書館」第一節主角蘇兆禧,8歲(2009年)時聽父母講述八九民運、「六四」屠殺,他以純真的童畫紀錄當年的所知所感。現年17歲的兆禧又有甚麼想法?希望兆禧的分享能讓正在思考如何向兒童講述這段慘痛歷史的家長,帶來一點啟示。
日期:2017年5月7日(日)
時間:下午3:00 – 5:00
地點: 社區文化發展中心(賽馬會創意藝術中心二樓L205室)
嘉賓:蘇兆禧
報名表格: https://goo.gl/fuVX2a


《709 人們》放映及映後座談會
日期: 2017年5月14日(日)
時間:下午2:30 – 4:30
地點:社區文化發展中心(賽馬會創意藝術中心二樓L208室)
分享嘉賓:製作人江瓊珠、盧敬華
報名表格:https://goo.gl/omYWTc
《709 人們》電影片長:90分鐘/字幕:中文及英文字幕/預告片:https://goo.gl/uHuRHZ

電影簡介:「709大抓捕」是中國政府自2015年7月9日起大規模打壓維權律師運動。數以百計的維權律師、他們的家屬及維權人士被當局約談、限制出境、拘禁、監視居住、逮捕甚或強迫失蹤。
中國政府視維權律師為企圖自下而上,滲透基層改變中國政權結構的五類社會群體之首,因而將他們定為重力打擊對象。既然維權道上險阻重重,律師們又為何仍堅持上路?

《709 人們》是資深新聞工作者盧敬華作品。透過影像和口述,導演記錄了受「709 大抓捕」牽連的維權律師及其家屬以至友好的故事。縱使舉步維艱,他 / 她們仍然執意前行,憑藉的正是心底的信念與堅持,對家人的愛、對社會的關懷以及對公義的追求。

*出席者可獲贈一本由資深傳媒人江瓊珠撰寫的《中國維權律師及其一伙》。這本書與紀錄片源自於同一個項目,內容是維權律師運動的社會背景以及成為維權律師的演變及心路,紀錄片與書是互相補足的!
合辦: 中國維權律師關注組



「為香港發聲」社區音樂工作坊
「六四」是香港人身份的一個密碼,28年過去了,經歷學運、傘運,連689也變身至777,香港人當下如何回憶及感受「六四」?是淌血的子彈聲? 口號叫喊聲?祭獻英烈的火舌聲?遊行路上的腳步聲?透過是次社區音樂創作工作坊,社區音樂導師Andrew Liu與我們一起探索體驗,共同創作關於當下香港人的「六四」歌曲。
日期:2017年5月 13、 20、27日(六)
時間:晚上7:30 – 9:30
地點: 賽馬會創意藝術中心 403A
導師: Andrew Liu
報名表格:https://goo.gl/vS6Krg
*Andrew Liu為社區音樂導師,在過往8年和不同社區人士一起創作屬於他們的歌曲,讓他們發聲,述說其非主流的故事。
合辦:社區文化發展中心





◆ 一人一故事劇場「六四」專場
好戲量與「六四紀念館」專題展合作,以一人一故事劇場形式探索各人心中的「六四」故事。
日期:2017年5月24日
時間:晚上8:00 – 10:00
地點: 社區文化發展中心(賽馬會創意藝術中心二樓L208室)
收費:自由捐獻
報名表格:https://goo.gl/0KH6ua
合辦:好戲量




◆ 「真人圖書館」—— 藝術家陳錦成「六四」記憶

陳錦成以獨特的觸覺,說出屬於他的「六四」記憶,在歷史當中為你找到新的啟發,引起共鳴。
日期:2017年 5月27日(六)
時間:下午3:00 – 5:00
地點: 社區文化發展中心(賽馬會創意藝術中心二樓L205室)
嘉賓: 陳錦成
報名表格:https://goo.gl/mxA8HL
合辦: Ancha Vista






日期/時間/地點
主題:「六四」關我?事
內容:命運抉擇體驗、八九民運時間廊、紀錄片放映、真人圖書館、音樂工作坊、劇場等

日期:2017年4月30日-6月15日
時間:中午12:00-晚上7:00
地點:社區文化發展中心
九龍石硤尾白田街30號賽馬會創意藝術中心2樓L205-208室(石硤尾港鐵站C出口)

電話:2459 6489
費用:免費(歡迎捐款支持擴館)

眾籌擴館:
恒生銀行捐款號碼  Hang Seng Bank accounts
368-286498-001 (港幣  for HK$)
395-410673-883 (外幣及人民幣 for Reminbi and other currencies)






「六四」關我?事
─ 六四紀念館專題展開幕記者會:

日期:2017年4月 30日(星期日)
時間:下午2時
地點:社區文化發展中心「六四紀念館」專題展館
  九龍石硤尾白田街30號賽馬會創意藝術中心2樓L205-208室(近石硤尾地鐵站C1出口)
* 支聯會誠邀全港中學老師安排學生參觀「六四紀念館」專題展,作為國民教育或通識教育的學習活動。參觀時間可因應學校需要安排導賞。有興趣的老師請將覆函電郵64museum@alliance.org.hk或傳真27706083回支聯會。如有任何查詢,歡迎致電24596489與「六四紀念館」職員聯繫。下載「六四紀念館」預約參觀報名表格(請傳真至27706083或電郵至64museum@alliance.org.hk)(收集個人資料只用於支聯會會務用途)





What has 'June 4th' to do with me? - - 'June 4th Museum' Special Exhibition 

It has been 28 years already. Why should I care about 'June 4th'? The Democracy Movement in 1989 ended with massacres. The 'umbrella movement' in 2014 was also cleared. Do Hong Kong people accept fate with the same authoritarian regime?

Details of the exhibition:
Theme: What has 'June 4th' to do with me?
Content: choice of fate experience, 1989 Democracy Movement time gallery, documentary screening, human library, music workshop, theatre etc.

Venue: Centre for Community Cultural Development
Room L205-208, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre, 30 Pak Tin Street, Shek Kip Mei, Kowloon (Shek Kip Mei MTR Station Exit C)
Date: 30 April – 15 June 2017
Time: 12:00 noon - 7:00 pm
Tel: 2459 6489
Fee: Free (Donations welcome for re-establishment and expansion of June 4th museum expansion)

Crowdfunding for June 4th Musuem expansion:
Hang Seng Bank accounts
368-286498-001
395-410673-883 (for Reminbi and other currencies)

List of Events:

◆  Standing exhibition of work of Fung Ho-yin, Cheung Chung-chu and Fong So
Date: 30 April – 15 June 2017
Time: 12:00 noon - 7:00 pm
Venue: Room L806, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Co-organizer: Hong Kong Open Printshop

◆ To the next generation (standing painting session)
Introduction: Red memories (being washed), red forces (being consolidated), red faces (being vanished), red thoughts (being instilled). Let the red, sad people, soldiers and tanks, slowly disappear in time, then be written into history, painted as pictures for the next generation.
Date: 30 April – 15 June 2017
Time: 12:00 noon - 7:00 pm
Venue: Room L208, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Creator: Liu Ka-yee Kiwi, Miss FAT
Co-organizer: Miss FAT studio

◆ Standing 'June 4th' photographic book exhibition
Introduction: Co-organized with Lumenvisum and the 'June 4th Museum', the 'June 4th' photographic book exhibition selects some collections of 'June 4th' photographic books, which record the memories and truth of the 1989 Democracy Movement by a group of Hong Kong photographers, including '89 Tiananmen by Wong Kan-tai, 1989 wo men pu hui wang chi by Tan Kang-ming and Xie Ming-zhuang, Beijing Story by Chiu Ka-wing Karl and Wong Kan-tai, The Blues by Ko Chi-keung Alfred etc.
Date: 30 April (Sun) – 15 June (Thu) 2017
Time: 12:00 noon - 7:00 pm
Venue: Room L208, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Co-organizer: Lumenvisum

◆  What has 'June 4th' to do with me?: 'My generation of creators'
Date: 6 May 2017 (Sat) 3:00 - 4:30 pm
Venue: Terrace, L2, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Guests: Sanmu, Wong Kwok-choi Kacey, Liu Wai-tong, Cheung Clara (new guests will be announced later)
Moderator: Chan Yin-lun (Chairperson, Centre for Community Cultural Development)
Co-organizer: Centre for Community Cultural Development, Hong Kong Art & Design Community
Registration form : https://goo.gl/4elJL9

◆ Human library
◇ meet a child of '1989 Democracy Movement'
Introduction: Parent of So Siu-hei had told him about 'June 4th' when he was 8 years old. His pure child painting recorded what was known at the time. What is his thought now at age 17?
Date: 7 May 2017 (Sun) 3:00 - 5:00 pm
Venue: Room L208, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Registration form : https://goo.gl/fuVX2a

◆ '709 Fellows' screening and post-screening sharing
Trailer: :https://goo.gl/uHuRHZ
Date: 14 May 2017 (Sun) 2:30 – 4:30 pm
Venue: Room L208, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Guests: Kong King-chu, Lo King-wah
Co-organizer: China Human Rights Lawyers Concern Group
Registration form : https://goo.gl/omYWTc

◆ "Voice for Hong Kong" Community music workshop
Introduction: 'June 4th' is a code for Hong Kong people identity. Through the student movement and umbrella movement, how Hong Kong people now recall and feel about 'June 4th'?  Community music teacher Andrew Liu explores and creates with us the current Hong Kong people's 'June 4th' songs.
Date: 13, 20, 27 May 2017 (Sat)
Time: 7:30 - 9:30 pm
Venue: Room 403A, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Co-organizer: Centre for Community Cultural Development
Registration form :https://goo.gl/vS6Krg

◆ Playback Theatre 'June 4th' session
Introduction: Explore 'June 4th' stories in everyone's mind through Playback Theatre
Date: 24 May 2017, 8:00 - 10:00 pm
Venue: Room L208, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Fee: free donation
Co-organizer: FM Theatre Power
Registration form :https://goo.gl/0KH6ua

◆ Human library
◇ 'June 4th' memory of artist Chan Kam-shing Chris
Introduction: visual artist Chan Kam-shing Chris talks about his 'June 4th' memory with his unique touch for new inspiration.
Date: 27 May 2017 (Sat) 3:00 - 5:00pm
Venue: Room L208, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Registration form :https://goo.gl/mxA8HL
Co-organizer: Ancha Vista


「六四紀念館」專題展圓滿結束

english version below

記者會影片:https://www.facebook.com/hkalliance/videos/1533099656724460/
2017年6月15日

承蒙社區文化發展中心襄助,「六四紀念館」專題展──「六四關我?事」於6月15日圓滿結束。專題展於今年4月30日在賽馬會創意藝術中心2樓L208室舉行,共接待了逾4,000名參觀者(包括8間中學、1間大學、1個議員辦事處和2個地區團體),捐款及銷貨收入約10萬元。

專題展分資料館和體驗館兩部分,面積合計約650平方呎。資料館包括:八九民運時間廊、圖書閣、展出「銘記八酒六四」紀念酒、紀錄片放映和禮品閣。體驗館主要讓參觀者設身處地作出命運抉擇(擋不擋坦克?絕食不絕食?撤離不撤離?),體驗當年學生處境。

專題展以互動形式向公眾介紹八九民運和「六四」屠殺歷史,讓參觀者思考「六四」與個人、香港和中國的關係,期盼以史為鑑,共同探討如何建立一個公平公義的社會。

除了常設展館,承蒙多個藝術團體和藝術家支持,專題展期間在創意藝術中心舉行相關活動,包括:
◆ 馮浩然、張中柱、方蘇作品展;給下一代;「六四」攝影書展(常設)
◆「六四」關我?事之「我這一代創作人」(5月6日)
◆真人圖書館
◇ 認識「八九民運」的兒童──蘇兆禧(5月7日)
◇ 藝術家陳錦成「六四」記憶(5月27日)
◆ 「為香港發聲」社區音樂工作坊(5月 13、 20、27日)
◆《709 人們》放映及映後座談會(5月14日)
◆一人一故事劇場「六四」專場(5月24日)

支聯會於1989年7月成立「中國民主運動資料中心」,是為最終在北京設立「六四紀念館」做前期準備工作,延續八九民運精神。直至2012年4月29日至6月10日在深水埗設立首個臨時「六四紀念館」和2013年4月15日至7月15日與香港城市大學學生會合作,在城大內設立第二屆臨時「六四紀念館」。

兩屆臨時紀念館反應熱烈,籌得首期於2013年10月購買尖沙咀一單位作為永久「六四紀念館」會址,於2014年4月26日正式開幕。

「六四紀念館」過去兩年,不斷遭受富好中心業主立案法團的訴訟纏擾,以及管理處經常滋擾參觀者,終在2016年7月12日閉館。紀念館雖暫時關閉,但支聯會傳承歷史真相的工作並沒中斷。支聯會今年初在維園年宵攤位舉辦迷你「六四紀念館」,連同這次專題展,自從2012年至今累計有逾8萬人次參觀。

「六四紀念館」尖沙咀館址於2016年底成功售出,現正物色建築面積約2,000平方呎,實用面積約1,500平方呎樓盤,重建紀念館。新館希望可以有足夠地方舉辦講座等活動,開拓紀念館的發展和教育功能。

支聯會正著手研究新紀念館地點,初步估計購買新單位的價格將接近1,500萬港元;包括出售現有單位後所得餘款、過去兩年「六四」燭光集會捐款及這一年「眾籌擴館」捐款,累積籌款金額約700萬元,還欠大約200萬港元作首期。支聯會將繼續「眾籌擴館計劃」,希望市民大力捐款支持,令支聯會能獲得所需款項,盡早重建「六四紀念館」。支聯會歡迎市民捐款(恒生銀行帳號:368-286498-001;支票抬頭:香港市民支援愛國民主運動聯合會)支持擴館經費,以物色更大面積的地方重新開館,延續傳遞「六四」真相的使命。


A successful conclusion to the “June 4th Museum” themed exhibition: What does June 4th have to do with me?

June 15th, 2017

Thanks to the community development center, the “June 4th Museum” themed exhibition of “What does June 4th have to do with me?” officially concluded on June 15th. The exhibition opened on April 30th, and was held in Room L208 on the 2nd floor of the Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre, and welcomed over 4,000 visitors (including groups from 8 secondary schools, 1 university, 1 district councilor office and 2 regional organizations). The total revenue from donations and sales of goods was approximately HKD$100,000.

The exhibition was divided into two sections- the information section and the experience section, the total area of which was around 650 square feet. The information section included: A hallway detailing the timeline of the 1989 democracy movement, book corner, display of the June 4th commemorative wine, historical documentary showing and gift shop. The experience section mainly allowed visitors to immerse themselves in the democracy movement and make salient, consequential decisions like the protesting students in that moment. (Will you block the tanks? Will you launch a hunger strike in protest? Will you evacuate?)

Through interactive methods, the exhibition introduced to visitors the 1989 democracy movement as well as the brutal, bloody history of June 4th. This allowed visitors to ponder how the events of June 4th are tied to Hong Kong, China and themselves, as well as look to history as a mirror and discuss how to build a fair and equitable society.

Other than the above mentioned exhibitions, thanks to the support of many art organizations and artists, activities at the JCCAC also included:
Standing exhibition of works of Fung Ho-yin, Cheung Chung-chu and Fong So; To the next generation (standing painting session);  Standing 'June 4th' photographic book exhibition  (permanent)
What does June 4th have to do with me? “My generation of creators” (May 6th)
Library of real people
-  Meeting the children of the 1989 democracy movement (May 7th)
-  Memories of June 4th (May 27th)
- “A voice for Hong Kong” Community music creating (May 13th, 20th and 27th)
-“People of 709” showing and after-show discussion (May 14th)
- Playback Theatre 'June 4th' session (May 24th)

The Alliance established the “Chinese Democracy Movements Information Center” in July 1989, with the aim of eventually bringing the “June 4th Museum” to Beijing, thereby continuing the ceaseless spirit of the 1989 democracy movement. The first temporary June 4th Museum was established in Sham Shui Po from April 29th to June 10th 2012, and official cooperation with students from the City University of Hong Kong lasted from April 15th to July 15th 2013, which enabled the Alliance to establish the second temporary June 4th Museum in the City University.

The reaction to the two temporary memorial museums was greatly enthusiastic, and through funding, a business flat was purchased in Tsim Sha Tsui to be used for the permanent June 4th Museum, which officially opened on April 26th, 2014.

Over the two years of the June 4th Museum’s running, we had continually suffered from legal complications initiated by the Incorporated Owners of the building, and the management office constantly disturbed visitors. The museum closed in July 12th 2016. Even though the museum is temporary closed, the work of the Alliance to promote history, justice and the truth has not concluded nor wavered. The Alliance also organized a mini June 4th Museum at its lunar New Year market stall at the Victoria Park this year. Along with the recent themed exhibition, the number of visitors to the various forms of the Museum since 2012 totaled over 80,000.

The June 4th Museum’s Tsim Sha Tsui property was successfully sold at the end of 2016, and the new Museum is projected to be around 2000 square feet. The Alliance hopes that the new Museum will have enough space to organize talks, forums and other activities, furthering the Museum’s development and educational possibilities.

The Alliance is currently in the process of finding a new location for the June 4th Museum, and preliminary estimates place the price at around HKD$15 million. Thanks to the sale of the previous premises, donations from the past two years of the June 4th Candlelight vigil and the donation from a Crowdfunding Project, the accumulated fund for the new Museum premises is around $7 million, which unfortunately is still $2 million short for the first installment. The Alliance will continue the Crowdfunding Project, and we hope the citizens will support our efforts to acquire the funds needed and rebuild the June 4th Museum as early as possible. Citizen donations are warmly welcomed (Hang Seng Bank account number: 368-286498-001; cheques can be made payable to: HONG KONG ALLIANCE IN SUPPORT OF PATRIOTIC DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENTS OF CHINA) Through the reopening of a bigger and new memorial museum, the Alliance hopes to preserve history’s lessons and carry on the blazing, tenacious spirit of June 4th.







傳媒報導

‧明報:六四展開幕 設傘運場景引思考 網台宣講六四 盼重燃年輕人興趣 http://pics.ee/jadm
‧now 新聞:支聯會六四臨時紀念館開幕 影片:http://pics.ee/jad2
‧NHK WORLD: Exhibition on Tiananmen Incident held in Hong Kong (with video) http://pics.ee/jaej
‧AFP (法新社) : World’s only Tiananmen museum returns to Hong Kong http://pics.ee/v-896064
‧香港電台:支聯會開設網台 冀呼籲年輕人參與六四燭光晚會及遊行 影片:http://pics.ee/jae3
‧自由亞洲電台:“六四” 28週年支聯會辦體驗式展覽 影片:http://pics.ee/jafj
‧Hong Kong Free Press : World’s only Tiananmen museum returns to Hong Kong https://goo.gl/4WBzjD
‧看中國:六四臨時紀念館開幕 體驗當年學生感受(組圖)http://pics.ee/jadv
‧法國廣播電台:香港六四紀念館關閉數月後重開 https://goo.gl/wuX6wJ
‧Nikkei Asian Review , Hong Kong’s June Fourth museum makes temporary comeback amid political pressure https://goo.gl/Ys2k7W