Bettina Fung

Bettina Fung 馮允珊 led a ROCK PAPER SCISSORS afterschool club over the Autumn Term 2021, creating a space for children to draw, experiment and let off steam! Children used their own independent creativity to respond to Bettina’s materials and playful prompts. We saw children attaching drawing materials to their shoes, creating letters, posters, story cubes, three-panel comics and artists books, as well as hanging their work across the four walls of the room in different formations each week.

The Family Studio in October 2022 was hosted by Bettina, exploring how drawings can be created using games and chance. Dice annotated with words were rolled, instructing families to test out different lines, marks, shapes, colours and techniques to make images across large-scale paper!


Bettina Fung 馮允珊 is British-Chinese artist based in the UK. Her practice considers the expansive and immediate nature of drawing, placing emphasis on process and its performative aspect. Bettina’s work encompasses live art, 2D and site-specific works that have questioned subjects of legacy, belonging, futility, productivity and progress. Bettina has exhibited internationally as well as being selected for Syllabus IV, an alternative peer-led artist development programme 2018/19 and Make Change Bursary 2020.

Thanks to all involved:

Children in Reception, Charlotte Sharman Primary School

Children in Year 3, Charlotte Sharman, Primary School

Akhera Williams, Workshop Assistant

Betsy Dadd, Learning Curator, Drawing Room

Bettina Fung, Artist

Genevieve Miller, Learning Coordinator, Drawing Room

Hugh Smyth, UAL Placement Student

Laura Nichols, Teacher, Charlotte Sharman Primary School

Moryum Begum, Teacher, Charlotte Sharman Primary School

Sofi Tilahun, Workshop Assistant, Drawing Room

Solomon Williams, Workshop Assistant, Drawing Room

Srikanth Jeyaparam, Workshop Assistant, Drawing Room