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Standard Chartered Arts in the Park Mardi Gras 2016: Seeking Corporate Volunteers

Over the past 15 years, our flagship community arts event Standard Chartered Arts in the Park Mardi Gras has attracted over 800,000 local visitors and tourists to Victoria Park to watch performances, create art and cheer for the parade performers. Each year, Arts in the Park is a valuable opportunity for thousands of young artists to showcase their talents and increase their self-confidence. We are currently preparing for Arts in the Park 2016, and need your help to reach more people in the community. Get involved by sponsoring a guided tour for a group of underprivileged children or helping out at an art stall where members of the public create artwork for the parade. Your participation makes a difference – give the young people of Hong Kong a chance to express their creativity and find enjoyment through art. For more information, please email
Visual Arts

Community Art Project - Seeking Artistic Concepts

YAF is currently planning two large-scale community art projects to promote the unique qualities of Hong Kong culture and enhance community inclusion. To support the projects, we are now looking for local artists interested in working with the community to help people create original artwork inspired by the world around them. Projects should be based around themes such as district characteristics, local culture, oral history, etc. and can include two-dimensional, three-dimensional, video, dance or transmedia work. The outcome of each project will be shared separately in a public exhibition, the first in May 2017 and the second in March 2018. Selected artists will receive: An artist fee sponsorship of HK$14,000–$22,000 Art Materials sponsorship of HK$25,000–$80,000   If you are interested in taking part, read and download the submission guidelines and application form (Chinese version only). Send the completed form with your proposal to by 30 November.
Mixed Artforms


Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2016: Art Fun in Causeway Bay Grand Finale Parade

The lively atmosphere of our carnival has woken the elves of the fairy forest! 600 characters from A Midsummer Night’s Dream have travelled through time and arrived in Causeway Bay, bringing to life a magical storybook for the Grand Finale Parade! The fairy king and queen, the mischievous elf Puck and all his friends, are transformed into 11 4-metre-tall giant puppets. Behind them, waving to you as they pass, knights and nobles, donkey-headed Bottom, the six mechanicals, and a host of forest fairies and exotic plants. Join us and let these magical characters cast their spell!
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