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Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation

We reach over 800,000 people every year, creating and presenting the very best in art.

Mixed Artforms

21-27/09/2015, 29/09-11/10/2015

Sheraton Hong Kong Presents: “Dare to Dream” Youth Portrait Exhibition

"Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you've imagined." Henry David Thoreau This summer, professional YAF artists partner with staff volunteers from Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers to lead underprivileged youngsters from The Hub Hong Kong Children and Youth Centre on an extraordinary journey to express their hopes and dreams through art.   Professional dancer Kayuen Kwok will first lead a drama workshop to motivate the youngsters to look at their dreams through role play and improvisation. The young participants will then work with professional illustrator Kiki to create illustrative icons, symbols and drawings that depict their dreams, and with a YAF photographer to capture a self-portrait. The resulting photographs and illustrations will be combined to create a beautiful series of images that asks all of us to “Dare to Dream”!   Over the past 16 years, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers has generously supported YAF’s art programmes, with staff volunteers giving their time and lending a hand to help a wide range of teenage participants experience the fun of creating art.
Visual Arts

Standard Chartered Arts in the Park Mardi Gras 2015: Seeking Corporate Volunteers

Last year, our flagship community event Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2014 drew over 80,000 visitors, including locals and tourists alike. Crowds poured into Victoria Park to watch performances, create art and cheer on the parades. Each year, Arts in the Park is an invaluable opportunity for thousands of young artists to showcase their talents and develop self-confidence and self-esteem.   We are currently preparing for Arts in the Park 2015 and need your help to reach an even wider audience. Get involved by sponsoring a guided tour for a group of underprivileged children or by hosting an art stall where members of the public can create artwork for the parade. Help make a difference – give the young people of Hong Kong a chance to express their creativity and enhance their self-esteem through art.   For more information, please email  
Performing Arts

26-28/11/2015, 28/11/2015

Blood Brothers: Public Performances

This November, Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation presents its 2015 flagship musical Blood Brothers!   Twin brothers are separated at birth. One prospers, the other falls on hard times. They grow up to be friends then bitter enemies – living under the prophecy that the day they find out about their true relationship will be the last day of their lives.   Funny, captivating and heartbreakingly sad, the Olivier Award-winning Blood Brothers is one of theatre history’s longest running musicals. Hailed by UK’s Sunday Times as one of the best pieces of musical theatre ever written, it has been met with standing ovations time after time. With unforgettable songs like ‘Marilyn Monroe’, ‘Long Sunday Afternoon’ and ‘Tell Me It’s Not True’, Blood Brothers takes you on an exhilarating journey, right up to its shattering but inevitable conclusion.   Tickets go on sale through HK Ticketing in October. Get updates by signing up to our online mailing list! Click here for school bookings.  

The Good Body with Jessica De Borja

We’re really looking forward to Miller Performing Arts: The Good Body workshop, and spoke to Jessy De Borja to gain a glimpse of what inspired her to create and lead it!
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