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Hong Kong Arts Month

Art is blooming all around. This March, the annual Hong Kong Arts Month enriches your journey with a diversified art experience in the city, where local and overseas artists converge to bring about inspiring programmes, including exhibitions, dance, music, theatre and more.

Explore major international art shows, creative art installations, new art venues, hidden masterpieces of urban art and arty districts, and various highlighted art events across the city.

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Date:
1- 31 March 2019

 

Art is for everyone and Hong Kong is a true artistic hub with diversified genres showcasing top quality international art fairs and performances.

 The 47th Hong Kong Arts Festival
The 47th Hong Kong Arts Festival

Featuring 166 performances within the disciplines of opera, music, theatre and dance in 32 days, the 47th edition of the Hong Kong Arts Festival comes alive with the theme “At Every Stage”. The Festival also features 15 new productions and 16 Asian premieres. Adding to the list of great performances, Festival PLUS extends the audience experience with an exciting array of filming, master classes, workshops, meet-the-artist sessions and backstage tours.


Date:
21 February – 23 March 2019
Venue:
Various
Price:
Various
Website:
www.hk.artsfestival.org
 Art Central
Art Central

The highly anticipated fifth edition of Art Central features over 100 leading international galleries, primarily from the Asia Pacific region. Over 30 galleries will make their Art Central debut and showcase striking works from across the globe, illustrating the diversity and prodigious talent of artists within today's contemporary art market.


Date:
27 – 31 March 2019
Venue:
Central Harbourfront
Price:
Various
Website:
artcentralhongkong.com
 Art Basel
Art Basel

Art Basel, a well-established exhibition in Hong Kong, returns for its seventh edition, bringing together over 240 premier galleries from 36 countries and regions, with over half from Asia. The show provides an in-depth overview of the region’s diversity by showcasing the world’s leading modern and contemporary art galleries, precisely-curated projects, artworks by the next generation of talent and more.


Date:
29 – 31 March 2019
Venue:
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
Price:
Various
Website:
www.artbasel.com

See art in a different light by exploring the latest art venues in town; from revitalised sites integrating art, heritage and culture, to brand new world-class hubs of visual and performing arts.

 The Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile

The Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile (CHAT) evolved as a part of the heritage conservation project of The Mills, the former cotton spinning mills of Nan Fung Textiles. CHAT organises exhibitions and co-learning programmes to highlight the integration of the local textile industry with contemporary art, design, science, heritage, community and craftsmanship.

 Welcome to the Spinning Factory!
Welcome to the Spinning Factory

A peek into Hong Kong’s textile history shows imageries, cotton products and archival documents and objects. Try the spinning process and create your own cotton label.

 

Date:From 16 March 2019
Price:Free Admission
Venue: Centre for Heritage, Arts & Textile (CHAT)
Website: www.mill6chat.org
 Unfolding: Fabric of Our Life
Unfolding: Fabric of Our Life

Use textiles to explore history, hidden socio-political plans and labour experiences during globalisation; stimulate your mind with modern art textiles and techniques.

 

Date:16 March – 30 June 2019
Price:Free Admission
Venue: Centre for Heritage, Arts & Textile (CHAT)
Website: www.mill6chat.org
 M+ Pavilion

The M+ Pavilion serves as the primary site for the M+ Museum before its completion. As part of West Kowloon Cultural District, M+ is the new museum for visual culture in Hong Kong that focuses on 20th and 21st century art, design and architecture, and the moving image.

 Noguchi for Danh Vo: Counterpoint (exhibition)
Noguchi for Danh Vo: Counterpoint (exhibition)

A unique exhibition between M+ Museum in Hong Kong and The Noguchi Museum in New York combines two artists’ dialogue and drawings, industrial design and sculptures.

 

Date:From now until 22 April 2019
Price:Free Admission
Venue: M+ Pavilion, West Kowloon Cultural District
Website: www.westkowloon.hk

The local art scene is flourishing. Walk around the city for surprising encounters of urban arts and hidden masterpieces.

 Design District Hong Kong
Design District Hong Kong

Visit a curated, open-air design district gallery in the Wan Chai neighbourhood to learn more about the most authentic and unique stories through creative designs and guided tours.


Date:
Ongoing
Venue:
Wan Chai (various locations)
Price:
Free Admission
Website:
www.designdistrict.hk
 HK Urban Canvas
HK Urban Canvas

Through shutter arts explore the rich multicultural communities of Aberdeen, Ap Lei Chau and Kowloon City with a focus on Hong Kong food cultures. View shutter artwork throughout the day and snap the scene using a mobile app with AR function.


Date:
From March 2019
Venue:
Aberdeen, Ap Lei Chau and Kowloon City
Price:
Free Admission
Website:
www.hkyaf.com
 Draw HK
Draw HK

Draw HK ignites your passion for drawing. See drawing demonstrations and exhibitions of artwork by local students and artists. Test your skills in the fun drawing events and tours featuring local stories and architecture.


Date:
1 – 12 March 2019
Venue:
PMQ & various venues
Price:
Free Admission
Website:
www.hkyaf.com
 ARTLANE
ARTLANE

ARTLANE brings a brand new photogenic hotspot of unique mural arts featuring ‘Art & Music of SOHO’, created by local and international artists using walls, streets, staircases and more. More spectacular murals are to come.


Date:
Ongoing
Venue:
Sai Ying Pun (outside MTR Exit B3, on Chung Ching Street,
Ki Ling Lane and Shek Chan Lane)
Price:
Free Admission

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