Join English/Macanese author Lindsay Varty for a talk on the guardians of Hong Kong’s dying traditional crafts at Asia Society Hong Kong.
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In this talk, Stephanie Bailey reveals the history of the artistic and creative practice of her late brother, the masterful yet relatively unknown sculptor Derek Bailey.
Promising young Cantonese opera talents join forces with veteran stars in the re-run of two acclaimed works, A Fan to Remember and The Cosmic Mirror.
Arts and heritage centre Tai Kwun pays tribute to Kwan Kung, an icon of their site—and Chinese culture—in a new thematic exhibition comprising historical artefacts, artworks, and interactive installations.
Three iconic 1950s films co-starring two of the biggest Cantonese opera stars will be screened at the Xiqu Centre.
HKU University Museum’s West Lake Panorama exhibition features the awe-inspiring scenery of Hangzhou’s West Lake area as immortalised in ancient and contemporary woodblock prints.
120 sets of exquisite gilded wood furniture pieces borrowed from Guangdong province, the Mecca of this ancient craft, will be on display at the Hong Kong Museum of History.
The artist, who is famed for his three-dimensional ink art created with dots and reinterpretation of Chinese cultural icons, exhibits his innovative oeuvre in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong’s longest-running contemporary art gallery pays homage to local ink art pioneers One Art Group in an exhibition encompassing iconic works by 10 artists of different styles.
Discover Hong Kong’s rich porcelain-making history in the 20th century through a showcase of exquisite porcelain designs, historical photos, manuscripts, hand-drawn designs, pigments and tools.
The 47th edition of the Hong Kong Arts Festival boasts a vibrant programme across genres, from contemporary theatre to jazz performances, and Cantonese opera to ballet.
Offering insight into the history of timekeeping, 120 historical timepieces from China and Europe are exhibited alongside ancient Chinese instruments and contemporary time measuring tools at the Hong Kong Science Museum.
Coinciding with today’s Sino-U.S. trade war, Hong Kong Maritime Museum’s new special exhibition offers visitors a comprehensive look at the commercial and political ties from 1784 to 1900 between these two superpowers.