“BEYOND PLASTIC: BREGUET, THE MARINE EXPLORER” EXHIBITION AND WORKSHOP

Breguet, a Swiss luxury watch and jewelry brand, has established a strong connection with the ocean for long. From 29 till 31 March, “Beyond Plastic: Breguet, the Marine Explorer” Exhibition will take place at the former Marine Police Headquarter - House 1881, in the form of a multi-sensory marine art adventure. The story of Breguet unveils itself as visitors go through the arch of House 1881 entrance, leading visitors to know more about the deep connection Breguet has established with marine, as well as its milestone and past collections. Breguet also works together with a German artist, activist and environmentalist Liina Klauss, who created a gigantic art installation from beach rubbish to raise awareness of ocean protection.

To raise public awareness of ocean pollution and let more people to get in touch with ocean rubbish, “Colours” art workshop will be held in 4 sessions each day in the weekend during the exhibition period. Liina will lead participants create different stories using the collected and sorted ocean rubbish “Colours”, through observation, imagination and creativity, in an attempt to educate the new generation about the responsibility of protecting the ocean.

“Beyond Plastic: Breguet, the Marine Explorer” Exhibition

Exhibition Preview
Registration required, first come first served
Date:
29 March 2019
Opening time:
4pm to 9pm
Registration:

Public Viewing
Date:
30 to 31 March 2019
Opening time:
11am to 9pm



“Colours” Art Workshop

Date:
30 and 31 March 2019
Time (daily):
First Session: 2-3pm
Second Session: 3-4pm
Third Session: 4-5pm
Fourth Session: 5-6pm
(Participants please arrive 10-15 minutes prior the session)
Age:
6 or above (Parent’s supervision is needed for children under 6 years old)
Quota and fee:
16 for each session, free of charge
Enrollment:
Remarks:
Workshops are conducted in English