Staff Profile

School of Arts and Social Sciences People   Staff Profile  
Ms. Tsang Yuet Kwan Sally 曾月群女士
BA CUHK, Master Diploma Düsseldorf
Senior Lecturer
School of Arts and Social Sciences



Ms Sally Tsang obtained her BA Degree in Fine Arts from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and earned her Diploma
(Master of student) at the Düsseldorf Art Academy in Germany. She also obtained a certificate of Information Design
from the Mediadesign Academy in Düsseldorf. She lived and worked as freelance artist in Germany for more than a decade;
her specific field of interest is mixed-media art, printmaking and print media, she has participated in many solo and
group exhibitions in Hong Kong and overseas, and her work is in many private and public collections.



Teaching Areas & Research Interests

  • visual art practice, with a focus on contemporary drawing and painting
  • visual culture education and creative processes
  • printmaking and print media, specifically intaglio and new media

Academic & Professional Experience

Awards & Individual Creative works


She won two awards in 1991 and 1993 both in the Euro-region Ilse Frankenthal Printmaking Prize of
Ilse Frankenthal foundation in Brunssum, Netherlands.


She has exhibited in over 10 solo and 30 group exhibitions in Hong Kong and overseas, and her work
represented in many private and public collections.
In 2015, her printmaking series “little bird tales”
is collected as museum permanent collection of The Hong Kong Heritage Museum.



Selected Professional & Community Services

  • Since 2019, she served as course coordinator of Art Specialist and Advanced Specialist Course (Printmaking) which is organized by the Art Promotion Office of Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre. She is an expert for the intaglio technique and has been teaching professional printmaking courses at the Hong Kong Visual Centre since 2006.
  • She is co-founder and consultant of originalprint-hk, which is Hong Kong’s first online printmaking social networking platform with initiatives aimed at spreading printmaking interest and culture in Hong Kong.

Modified Date: 20 May, 2022
Edit Profile