See Kwong CHAN

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Ray Chan See-kwong received a bachelor's and a master's degree from the University of Cambridge, UK, and a Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) and Master of Fine Art degree from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (co-presented with Hong Kong Art School) in 2002 and 2007, respectively. He regards himself as a ‘clay experimentalist’ who enjoys exploring the characteristics of clay from various perspectives. His eclectic works are imbued with historical, cultural and everyday elements; he is eager to challenge the status quo of ceramic art through unconventional materials and processes. Over the years, he has participated in artist-in-residence programmes in Japan, Korea and Estonia. Chan is currently a part-time lecturer at the Hong Kong Art School and Hong Kong Baptist University, a member of the International Academy of Ceramics (IAC) and the Chairman of the Contemporary Ceramic Society (H.K.). His artworks are in the collections of the Hong Kong Heritage Museum.

陳思光先後於英國劍橋大學取得學士及碩士學位,2002年完成香港藝術學院與澳洲皇家墨爾本理工大學合辦之藝術學士課程,主修陶瓷,並於2007年取得藝術碩士學位。陳思光稱自己為一位泥土實驗家,喜歡用多角度探索陶泥的特性,滲入歷史、文化,甚至日常生活的元素,並嘗試用超越常規的方法,塑造出概念多變的藝術品,以挑戰人對陶藝創作的固有思維。他曾獲選到日本、韓國及愛沙尼亞參與藝術家駐場計劃。陳思光是現任香港藝術學院及香港浸會大學的兼職講師、International Academy of Ceramics (IAC)會員及香港當代陶藝協會會長,作品為香港文化博物館收藏。

Member of International Academy of Ceramics (IAC), NGO official partner of UNESCO

Member of Contemporary Ceramic Society (HK) (Chairman since 2019)

Solo/Featured/Curated Exhibitions


Vin de Hakka, PMQ Taste Library, Hong Kong

Vin de Hakka, Contemporary Crafts Centre, Hong Kong

Hakkanese Contemporary, Wild Island Culture and Life Community, Huizhou, China, (Art><Creativity exhibition series in the Greater Bay Area, collaboration with Yellowdot)


Unceramic, Art School Gallery, Hong Kong Arts Centre (Curator)


Dance Still, Giant Year Gallery, Hong Kong


Panis Vivus, Methodist International Church, Hong Kong


B(read), Pottery Workshop Gallery, Hong Kong


Lyndhurst Terrace 1900, Aesop store at Lyndhurst Terrace, Hong Kong

Recent Group Exhibitions


Drawn by stones, Gallery Lane Cove, Sydney, Australia

Drawn by stones, Watch This Space, Alice Spring, Australia

Drawn by stones, Wollongong Art Gallery, Wollongong, Australia


Drawn by stones, Counihan Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

The Phase: Hong Kong Contemporary Ceramics, Sun Museum, Hong Kong


“On your Seat, on your Mind” Art Project, The Attic, Hong Kong Museum of Art

XX – Exhibition Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Hong Kong Art School, Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Arts Centre

Glimmer in Fluid, Touch Ceramics, Tai Kwun, Hong Kong

IAC New Members' Exhibition, Guozhong Ceramic Art Museum in Beijing, China

Ceramic Touch on Islands, Touch Ceramics, Tai Kwun, Hong Kong


Intimacy in the Distance, Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Arts Centre

Touched by Romance, Touch Ceramics, Tai Kwun, Hong Kong


Hi! Hill Art in-situ, Chuen Lung Village, Hong Kong

The Third Guangdong Contemporary Ceramic Art Exhibition, Guangzhou, China


Deep Silence, Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Arts Centre

START 2017 Art Fair, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK

Hi! Houses, Law Uk Folk Museum, Hong Kong

Encounter – Site-specific exhibition by members of Contemporary Ceramic Society (H.K.), Hotel Stage, Hong Kong


Flower Wares, Art Basel, Chai Wan Mei, Hong Kong


Heritage - 2014 International Ceramics Exhibition, Yingge Ceramics Museum, Northern Miaoli Art Centre, Taiwan

GRACE, Mur Nomade, Hong Kong

At the Still Point of the Turning World, Galerie Ora-ora, Hong Kong


Contemporary Ceramic Society (HK) 20th Anniversary Exhibition, JCCAC, Hong Kong

Japan x Hong Kong x Macau Young Artists Exchange Exhibition, Tokoname and Macau


The Second Guangdong Contemporary Ceramic Art Exhibition, Guangzhou, China


Kohila Ceramics Symposium 2011 Exhibition, Estonia


Works by Artists-in-Residence, The Gallery, The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, Japan

Missing Parts, Hong Kong Arts Centre

Hong Kong Macau Ceramics Exchange Exhibition, Macau


IWCAT 2009, INAX Live Museum, Tokoname, Japan

Tokoname Ceramic Festival, Tokoname, Japan

Recent Commissions/Artist-in-Residence


Art><Creativity, exhibition series in the Greater Bay Area co-presented by the Art Promotion Office and Hong Kong Designers Association, collaboration with Yellowdot


On your Seat on your Mind, art furniture project in Hong Kong Museum of Art, collaboration with One Bite Foundation Association


Grey Area, art education programme for university students with dance performance and clay/dance workshop, collaboration with Passoverdance, Hong Kong, sponsorship from Hong Kong Arts Development Council

Inter-local Workshop at Icheon Ceramics Festival, Korea


Movement with Fan, art installation with dance performance, collaboration with dancer Chen Kai, Hong Kong

The Keywords Expedition: Landscape, art education programme organized by We-search with sponsorship from The Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation, Hong Kong


Arts In Fragment: Shape, art installation with dance performance, collaboration with Passoverdance, Hong Kong


Collage Nature, Domain Mall Yau Tong, Hong Kong


Kohila Ceramics Symposium 2011, Estonia


The Stations of the Cross and Tabernacle, Holy Trinity Cathedral, Hong Kong

Artist-in-Residence, The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, Japan


25th International Workshop of Ceramic Art in Tokoname (IWCAT2009)




Hong Kong Heritage Museum


Hong Kong Arts Centre


Museum of Contemporary Ceramic Art, The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, Japan


Holy Trinity Cathedral, Hong Kong

Tao Fong Shan Christian Centre


Estonian Ceramists Association, Estonia

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities


  • NX Arts in general
  • contemporary ceramic art
  • community art
  • socially engaged art
  • collaborative art projects


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