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我們相信,作為一種藝術媒介,陶藝創作能夠帶給人們一種返璞歸真的心靈寄託, 充分激發我們的創造天賦。同時,與陶土藝術為伴,身心變得輕鬆自在......有著不能言喻的意義。這也正是瘋‧陶藝的精髓所在。

年青人透過陶藝來豐富自己, 退休人士透過陶藝來享受人生, 都市人透過陶藝來忘掉壓力, 孩子透過陶藝來「發揮」創意, 父母透過陶藝來「促進」親子溝通......各適其適, 讓各位在瘋‧陶藝盡情發放光芒。

希望透過我們的耕耘,在社區、在不同的群體、在不同的領域,以陶土為橋樑, 以藝術為道路,構建一個舒適和諧的交流空間,以每一揑,每一筆,凝聚大家的心血和笑聲。


瘋‧陶藝的老師一直致力回饋社區, 自2014起擔任東華三院賽馬會天水圍綜合服務中心各個陶藝班的義務導師, 同時也曾經是香港聾人福利促進會融合教育資源中心兒童及青年陶藝班導師。


FoTool Concept Limited is a Non Profit Organization, dedicated to providing competent, professional instruction in ceramic art in friendly, pleasant surroundings while catering to the varying needs of different age groups.

Our second mission is to bring in a win-win, we believe that few art mediums kindle growth and skills in life in the way that clay does. The experience of working with clay is for sensory development, motor skills, self esteem, and self expression, problem solving skills, discipline, and pride. This thinking holds true at FoTool Concept.

Ceramic projects are viewed differently by different groups. A serious young student with potential may need special help in compiling his portfolio. A retired lady may be seeking a fun way to fill up an otherwise empty day. A stress-ridden executive may be seeking solace and relaxation. Encouragement, technical advice, stress-relief, escape from loneliness, self-expression, etc. are just part of the projects ran by FoTool Concept.


We try to cultivate a more personal and longer term relationship with the people in the community, Through our work, we would like to bring in ceramic art in an affordable way, as a result, people of the community can experience the fun in ceramic world.

Serve our community

A single candle can light thousands of candles and the life of that candle will not be shortened because it shared.

In the same way, we all can be the light of the world and share what we have with others, From 2014, Our teachers serve as the voluntary teacher of all the ceramic classes at TWGH Jockey Club Tin Shui Wai Intergrated Service Centre as well as the kids and adult classes at Audiology Centre The Hong Kong Society for the Deaf.

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