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  • Sigg Prize 2019 exhibition

    07.12.2019 to 13.04.2020, M+ Pavilion, Art Park

    Six shortlisted artists selected by an international jury of the inaugural Sigg Prize, present a range of mediums, including sculpture, site-specific installation, video and performance. The work featured in this exhibition address pressing questions that resonate across contexts

  • Exhibition: Constructing the Xiqu Centre

    10.01.2020 to 31.01.2020, Atrium, Xiqu Centre

    This exhibition of stunning photographs by photographer Ducky Tse documents the eight-year development process of the Xiqu Centre from initial design drafts to completed venue

  • Traditional Music Notation in Kunqu and Cantonese Opera

    14.01.2020 to 17.03.2020, Seminar Hall, Xiqu Centre

    Over three talks, Lee King-chi and Chan Chi-kong of The Gong Strikes One provide demonstrations of how to read gongche music notation and talk with experts in the field to offer insight into various aspects of this traditional notation form

  • Music in the Atrium

    18.01.2020 to 02.02.2020, Atrium, Xiqu Centre

    Presented in the Xiqu Centre Atrium, our free performances of Chinese music by a changing line-up of invited professional troupes showcase a range of styles and traditional instruments

  • Tea House Theatre Experience

    30.01.2020 to 29.02.2020, Tea House Theatre, Xiqu Centre

    Presented by our Tea House Rising Stars Troupe, this 90-minute narrated performance is specially designed to introduce new audiences to Chinese traditional theatre. To recreate the atmosphere of Hong Kong’s early 20th century tea houses, audiences are also served traditional tea and dim sum during the show

  • Dialogue | Cantonese Opera Dialogue|Cantonese Opera West Kowloon 101

    Dialogue | Cantonese Opera

    11.02.2020, Seminar Hall, Xiqu Centre

    Cantonese opera plays an important role in the lives of people in Hong Kong. This talk explores its transition from the use of Mandarin to the Cantonese vernacular, demonstrating vocal styles and techniques and offering a deeper understanding of the aesthetic features of the art form

  • Dance on Screen: Dance Films and Videos

    12.02.2020, Seminar Hall, Xiqu Centre

    Renowned dance video director Maurice Lai shares his experience of creating works for the screen. Exploring the relationship between video and dance, he looks at what we understand by screendance, and how a work of screendance can be appreciated

  • Sugar Painting Workshop

    15.02.2020, Studio, Xiqu Centre

    Join local sugar painting master Ko Hiu-ming in a hands-on workshop to learn about the history and techniques of this traditional folk art and create three works to take home