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Performing Arts


Miller Performing Arts: 2017-18 HKYAF Youth Assistant Choreographers

After a challenging, fun workshop audition, we are proud to announce our 2017/18 team of Youth Assistant Choreographers! Throughout September 2017 to March 2018, they will work alongside professional YAF choreographers to develop their devising skills and dance technique. They will watch performances to get inspired, hear from a range of artists who will share their insight into the world of dance, and lead their peers in the creation of performances for some of YAF’s most iconic events. Watch this space – don’t miss their electrifying work! Youth Assistant Choreographers Billy Lo              Canaan Chan       Dominique Tse Hei Yin Wong      Jordan Chan        Josephine Yap    Rachael Lee     Renae Rufus       Tess Chau             Vivian Ho      

Jimmy Hsieh - Giant puppeteer at Stand Chartered Arts in the Park

Jimmy Hsieh - Giant puppeteer at Stand Chartered Arts in the Park
Visual Arts


City Momentum Public Art Project

Around the world, hoarding art is a popular way to enhance a city environment. YAF is delighted to have been invited by the Development Bureau to organise a public art project to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Hong Kong handover this year. The City Momentum Public Art project showcases the work of nine local artists and illustrators and their visual interpretations of Hong Kong city life. Featuring elements such as local architecture, food, transportation, occupations and attractions, ten hoarding sites illustrate the city’s diversity.
Visual Arts

12/11/2017, 16-30/11/2017

Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2017: Fashion Walk Hat Parade

Willy Wonka, the eccentric chocolate manufacturer in Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, is famous for wearing an elegant suit and smart top hat. Join us at the magical hat parade for a peek at his fabulous hat collection! Led by local artists, a group of young participants have created original and imaginative headwear inspired by the plot of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and the colourful sugary treats made at Willy Wonka’s fabulous factory. Take a look at their beautiful creations at the Grand Finale Parade on 12 November and the exhibition at Fashion Walk starting from 16 November!

The World of Roald Dahl

Roald Dahl is probably one of the greatest storytellers of all time. Even if you have never heard his name, or struggle to pronounce it, you are most likely familiar with his fabulous fictional world, and characters!
Mixed Artforms


Spark! Arts Programme for Children at Small Group Homes

Art nourishes and enriches our lives and can change the way we see the world. In 2013 to 2014, YAF implemented the first arts programme for Children at Small Group Homes. The intensive programme used art as a way to encourage participants to recognise their feelings and express their thoughts, helping young people to find their own voice and overcome social and personal inhibitions in a non-judgmental and non-competitive environment. With the generous support of The Swire Group Charitable Trust, this inspiring programme continues next year with a new three-year edition that runs from 2017 to 2019. For the new programme, YAF has designed a series of fun and enriching visual and performing art experiences for over four hundreds youngsters aged between 4 and 18 living in Small Group Homes in Hong Kong.
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