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01/02-30/04/2018

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Project Grant - stART UP Community Arts Project 2017 - 2018

Around the world, many elderly people face loneliness and isolation. Our Community Arts Project stART Up, is designed to help elderly people connect with youngsters and artists in a meaningful collaboration through art.

Funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, the project is based on the concept of creative aging and inter-generational integrated art. Through a wide range of visual and performing arts activities, it offers elderly residents an opportunity to engage with society in positive new ways.

We are now recruiting schools interested in joining the programme. Resulting artworks will be showcased at a public exhibition to be held in mid 2018. For more information, please contact kinyu@hkyaf.com

Performing Arts

01/12/2017, 02/12/2017, 02/12/2017

Miller Performing Arts: Pull Back the Curtain 2017 Sharing Performance

**The performance on Friday 1st December at 7:30pm is FULL. Please reserve tickets for Saturday 2nd December at 4pm or 7.30pm.**

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After three years of full-house performances, Pull Back the Curtain returns this December with new theatre works written by some of Hong Kong’s very best youth voices!

Earlier this year, 24 budding playwrights embarked on a creative journey with Pull Back the Curtain, YAF’s youth scriptwriting programme. Led by professional theatre director and playwright Clare Stearns, participants have taken inspiration from contemporary English plays to create their very own original 30-minute scripts. Three of the most promising pieces are now being transformed into staged readings and a professional theatre production directed by YAF’s Founder Lindsey McAlister. Register now for free seats!

Full Production - The Order Of A Disorder 
By Maya Lee Goren
Step into a victim’s self-created inner world.

Blocked Reading - The Sky Isn’t Blue 
By Maya Greenberg
There are people specially paid to name colours and if they were here, they wouldn’t be calling that blue. – Astrid

Rehearsed Reading - Home 
By Gingin Mak
Is home the place where your family and friends are? The place where everything is familiar? Or is it the place where you feel safe, away from the dangers that remain where you grew up? Welcome to Ola’s life.

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Year 2017

Mixed Artforms

01/01/2017-31/12/2019

Spark! Arts Programme for Children at Small Group Homes

Art nourishes and enriches our lives and can change the way we see the world.

Visual Arts

01/07-31/12/2017

City Momentum Public Art Project

The City Momentum Public Art project showcases the work of nine local artists and illustrators and their visual interpretations of Hong Kong city life!

Performing Arts

01/09/2017-31/03/2018

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!

Others

01/09-31/12/2017

In Memory of Sir David Tang, KBE

Like a shooting star, flying across the room, so fast, so far, you were gone too soon.

Visual Arts

16/11-07/12/2017

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

Willy Wonka, the eccentric chocolate manufacturer in Roald Dahl’s Charlie and 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!

Performing Arts

24-26/11/2017

Swire Properties White Christmas Street Fair 2017

This winter, join us at Swire Properties’ White Christmas Street Fair 2017 to welcome the festive season!

Past Events

Year 2017

Mixed Artforms

12/11/2017

Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2017: Art Fun in Causeway Bay Grand Finale Parade

Join us to see Willy Wonka, Matilda, The Sneaky Crocodile, The Old Green Grasshopper and other favourite protagonists from the fabulous fictional world of children’s writer Roald Dahl transformed into 4-metre-tall giant puppets and brought to life in the Grand Finale Parade in Causeway Bay!

Visual Arts

12/11/2017

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

Willy Wonka, the eccentric chocolate manufacturer in Roald Dahl’s Charlie and 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!

Mixed Artforms

11/11/2017

Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2017: Art Fun in Causeway Bay Night Parade

After the sun has set, it is time for our fabulous illuminated Night Parade to light up the streets of Causeway Bay!

Mixed Artforms

11/11/2017

Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2017

Hong Kong’s largest outdoor youth arts festival and puppet parade – Standard Chartered Arts in the Park – returns on 11 and 12 November!

Performing Arts

04-05/11/2017

Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2017: Live Storytelling of Esio Trot

Join us for a live storytelling of one of Roald Dahl’s most charming romantic stories – Esio Trot – and find out how three professional local artists decide to help Mr Hoppy in his quest for love!

Performing Arts

03/11/2017

Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2017: Live Storytelling of Matilda at MTR

A group of young actors give a live storytelling of one of Roald Dahl’s most beloved works – Matilda – at different locations around Hong Kong!

Performing Arts

24/10/2017

Miller Performing Arts: Musical Theatre Singing workshop

Led by professional composer and singer Charles Teo, let's create a fun short performance-ready piece.

Others

19/10/2017

Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2017: Seeking Youth Volunteers

We are now seeking youth volunteers to join our fabulous Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2017!

Performing Arts

23/09/2017

National Youth Theatre of Great Britain X HKYAF X ArtisTree: FLOOD - Seeking Youth Performers

A storm is coming…

Performing Arts

16/09/2017

Miller Performing Arts: Martial Arts Dance Workshop

World-renowned martial artist Bruce Lee once said that "Life is wide, limitless. There is no border, no frontier." This also applies on art!

 

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