Hong Kong Film Archive’s screenings features the often overlooked local filmmakers, with the latest focus on Luk Wan-fung (1912-2011), producer, scriptwriter and owner of the companies Wan Fung, Seven Happiness and Kam Kwong Movie Company.
The 30th edition features more than 680 exhibitors from 40 countries and regions, showcasing a diverse selection of books and more.
In this evening’s curator talk, Catherine Maudsley discusses the inspiration behind conceiving the acclaimed solo exhibition of Hong Kong ink artist Wesley Tongson (1957-2012) in San Francisco.
Learn all about the architectural and commercial histories of Hong Kong in this combined tour organised by the Royal Geographical Society to two sites that defined the course of the city – Jao Tsung-I Academy and the HSBC Archives.
A festival to enrich cultural learning and inspire young mind. This 3rd edition comes with 11 adventure and detective films, animations and musicals from around the world with post-screening talks by professionals from the film, cultural and education sectors.
The summer arts and culture project offers a line-up of events, programs and experiences for all ages – all centring on the diverse local ecology to be explored this summer.
Following BBC’s smash radio/podcast program A History of the World in 100 Objects, the British Museum is lending Hong Kong the featured rare treasures that traces human power, belief, art, trading and technology from 2 million years ago to the present.
101 objects used by prisoners, judges, the police force and many more police station stakeholders are displayed in this thematic exhibition that chronicles a variety of stories about work and life in this historic compound over time.
The pioneering art space‘s summer events spotlight young talent from across the region with a series of initiatives, ranging from exhibitions and workshops to symposiums.