Colony100 Singing Bowls at DawnMeet the House of Hong Kong LiteratureFree Wall – Body Kite Workshop and InstallationA Cinematic Walk Through Hong Kong

Colony
ColonyVisually arresting and aurally entrancing, “Colony” is an installation and performance experience involving large, interactive, internally lit spheres that emit an otherworldly sound. Created by Alison Ballard and Mike Blow, UK, the unique collection of tactile sonic sculptures transform the environment into an alien landscape, allowing you to experience the physicality of sound through listening, touching and hugging.

Produced by Hogarth Productions. Co-commissioned by Hogarth Productions and Oxford Contemporary Music with funding from Arts Council England and Reading Borough Council.

Date and Time:
15 February 2020 (Saturday) 2:00pm-8:00pm
Show Time:
Session 1: 3:05pm-3:25pm
Session 2: 5:05pm-5:25pm
Session 3: 7:00pm-7:20pm 

16 February 2020 (Sunday) 2:00pm-9:00pm
Show Time:
Session 1: 3:05pm-3:25pm
Session 2: 5:05pm-5:25pm
Session 3: 6:20pm-6:40pm 

Venue:
Great Lawn, Art Park, West Kowloon Cultural District

Fee:
Free admission. No registration required.

 

100 Singing Bowls at Dawn
100 Singing Bowls at DawnAs the sun rises on Sunday morning, artist and Himalayan singing bowl player Tsang Man-tung from Allpamama leads a cathartic, dawn performance workshop involving 100 Himalayan singing bowls and participants. As the sunlight moves over the grass of the Great Lawn, the soothing bell-like vibrations of the singing bowls quietly create a meditative atmosphere and help awaken the senses neglected in our everyday lives.

Date and Time:
16 February 2020 (Sunday) 6:45am-8:25am

Venue:
Art Park, West Kowloon Cultural District

Fee:
Free admission. No registration required.

 

Meet the House of Hong Kong Literature
Meet the House of Hong Kong LiteratureIf you love books and sleeping under the stars, join the House of Hong Kong Literature at their magical two-day, one-night literature camp in the Art Park. After sharing thoughts on the creative literary process with local writers, you can snuggle down to the sounds of the harbour and wake up with the birds. The programme includes live music, film screenings and night conversations with writers, plus, around the park there is also a literature-inspired installation that you can browse and enjoy.

Date and Time:
15 February (Saturday) 4:00pm to 16 February 2020 (Sunday) 10:00am

Venue:
Art Park, West Kowloon Cultural District

Number of Participants:
40
Registration required. Places allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Fee: 
Deposit $300 per person

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Application Deadline:
3 February 2020

 

Free Wall – Body Kite Workshop and Installation
Free Wall – Body Kite Workshop and InstallationIn this participatory workshop, the team from local art studio MUDWORK invite you to use your body as a template for a kite that you also construct and run with on the lawn. After the workshop, completed body kites will be hung on a bamboo frame – the Free Wall – as part of a collective waterfront art installation, floating and moving with the wind as symbols of the people of the city.

Date and Time:
15-16 February 2020 (Saturday and Sunday)
Session 1: 12:45pm-1:45pm
Session 2: 2:00pm-3:00pm
Session 3: 3:15pm-4:15pm
Session 4: 4:30pm-5:30pm
Workshop participants can collect their kites on 16 February 2020 (Sunday) between 6:00pm and 7:00pm

Venue:
Harbourside Promenade, Art Park, West Kowloon Cultural District

Target Participants:
Suitable for all ages. Children aged 6 or below should be accompanied by an adult.

Number of Participants:
15 groups per session, 2 to 3 participants per group

Fee:
Free admission. Registration required. Places allocated on a first come, first served basis.

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Application Deadline:
7 February 2020

 

A Cinematic Walk Through Hong Kong
A Cinematic Walk Through Hong KongJoin us for a fascinating cinematic walk from Tsim Sha Tsui to West Kowloon and explore some of the city’s classic shooting locations. Curated and led by veteran film critics and fans, the walk offers insight into the Hong Kong film industry and fun behind-the-scenes stories, as well as a brief tour of the main West Kowloon performance venues, lunch and a special screening.

Date and Time:
16 February 2020 (Sunday) 10:00am-2:30pm

Number of Participants:
20
Registration required. Places allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Fee:
$230 per person (includes $100 deposit, refundable at the end of the tour)

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Application Deadline:
9 February 2020