Wikipedia Asian Month 2020: Edit-a-thon on Exhibition Histories

Co-presented by Asia Art Archive and M+, this event is part of an ongoing effort to contribute to discussions about the representation of art and visual culture in Asia on open-source knowledge platforms. It brings together participants to discuss, create, improve, and share Wikipedia articles about exhibitions in and about Asia
28.11.2020|Online or Asia Art Archive A Space

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The Roles of Perfect Wives, Heartless Men and Abandoned Women in Cantonese Opera

In this series of four talks, Dr Cheung Ping-kuen looks at three character types commonly found in Cantonese opera, exploring the social and cultural significance of these roles and some of the iconic tales they have inspired
31.10–28.11.2020|Seminar Hall, Xiqu Centre

The Power of Objects: New Ways of Engaging Students in Museums

This online class will equip you with effective teaching tools and innovative object-based learning methods that can be applied in a wide variety of educational settings, from the museum and classroom to online platforms and home

Public and Learning Programmes

Get inspired through our workshops, talks and lectures

Workshops at the Xiqu Centre

Our hands-on workshops are inspired by different elements of Chinese traditional theatre and regional cultural heritage, and offer interactive experiences for children, families and art lovers of all ages and abilities
Studio and Atrium, Xiqu Centre

Internships and Volunteering

Get behind the scenes through our exciting range of internships and volunteering opportunities

Blog - Performing Arts Development

Read the stories about Performing Arts development in West Kowloon