[Ursulina Handicraft Home] [Hong Kong School of Craft Culture]

* Introduction *

Hong Kong School of Craft Culture (HKSCC) was established in 1995 in Hong Kong. It is a handicraft school major in international handicrafts. The objective of the school is to promote international handicraft culture. The founder of the school, Ms Ursulina Lau is well-known in the handicraft world and her effort in educating her students to higher levels is unsurpassable. 

The chief aim of the school is to provide handicraft lectures and to share fun and experience through handicraft classes and activities. The school offers courses on Tole & Decorative painting, American knitting and Japanese Gentie hand weaving /knitting, Tatting Crocheting, Hairpin Crocheting, Netherlands Parchment Craft, Flower Craft Punches, Decoupage, Patchwork, Sewing and bridal gown making, 3D etc. These courses will bring students a new vision and horizon of handicraft technique and latest fashion around the world, meeting the School's target of international culture exchange. 

Ms Sachiko Suzuki and Ms Ursulina Lau (2004)

2002 was an important year and a new era for the Hong Kong School of Craft Culture. The All Japan Handicraft Lecturer Association partnered with the School to introduce the first (ヂヤンテイ) Gentie handicraft teaching certificate course. Graduated students will receive a certificate issued in Japan and students can become teachers in the teaching of (ヂヤンテイ´り) Gentie Hand weaving/ knitting after passing the examination. 

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Friendship Gathering --- Ms Ursulina Lau and her Tole Painting students for a decade.

Japanese Gentie Knitting graduated students
 with the lecturer (2004)


The courses and activities organized by the School are restricted to members only. Each course will be comprised into small groups of a maximum of ten students. This arrangement will ensure good teaching environment and that each student is well taken care of.

Applications for all interest classes are welcomed. Please refer to the Outreach Courses