Norman Wah Man Ko
HK PolyU campus
PolyU is pleased to have received a set of five special sculptures titled “Vision” from renowned sculptor Prof. Norman Ko Wah-man as a gift for its 75th anniversary. The masterpieces were unveiled on 16 February by the Honourable Stephen Lam Sui-lung, Chief Secretary for Administration of the HKSAR Government. The unveiling ceremony was held on campus near Shaw Amenities Building where the sculptures would be displayed permanently. Other officiating guests of the ceremony included Prof. Norman Ko Wah-man and his wife Mrs Wendy Ko; Prof. Timothy W. Tong, PolyU President; and Prof. Michael Tse, Chairman of PolyU Culture Promotion Committee.
Professor Norman Wah-man Ko, is a renowned local sculptor, began creating sculpture in 1979. He won the Urban Council Fine Arts Award for Sculpture in 1983 and is a founder member and former President of the Hong Kong Sculptors Association. Many of his larger sculptures are on display in public places in Hong Kong and he presented his first open air exhibition at the 4th PolyU Arts Festival in 2009. Private collectors around the world collect his smaller works.