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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!

Visual Arts

19/11-05/12/2015

British Artist Antony Gormley’s Event Horizon in Hong Kong

Visual Arts

18/07/2015

Summer Breeze at Repulse Bay - Literature Gala

A fun-filled summer festival marking the unveiling of the Southern District Literary Trail’s new landmark 'Hong Kong Journeys’ in Repulse Bay.

Visual Arts

04-24/07/2015

Jockey Club Community Arts Biennale 2015

24 artists and 1000+ young people uncover the hidden stories of Hong Kong

Visual Arts

05/02/2015

Jockey Club Community Arts Biennale 2015 - Urban Knitting Teachers Workshop

Help knit a colourful cover for Lek Yuen Bridge, a pedestrian walkway across Shing Mun River!

Visual Arts

13/12/2014

Southern District Literature Day - All About Poetry

Immerse yourself in words and rhymes as you view poetry-inspired sculptures and multimedia installations.

Mixed Artforms

16/11/2014

Standard Chartered Arts in the Park Mardi Gras 2014

This year, taking inspiration from science, and topics as diverse as time travel, astronomy, wildlife and robotics, thousands of young people and artists will come together to create original performance and visual art .

Visual Arts

Ocean Art Walk 2015 – Seeking Artists

Seeking artists to produce commissioned artwork and/or run artist-in-school residencies.

Visual Arts

10/08/2014

Public Art Project - Seeking Visual Artists

We are now looking for enthusiastic project artists to join us for the 2014–2015 season.

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1 Aug 2017

Noble Wong - City Momentum Public Art Project Artist

Noble Wong - City Momentum Public Art Project Artist

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1 Jul 2017

Cecilia Ho - City Momentum Public Art Project Artist

Cecilia Ho - City Momentum Public Art Project Artist

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25 Apr 2014

Candice Keung's Plastic Ocean

In the centre of the North Pacific Ocean is the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a patch 1,000 times the size of Hong Kong’s land. Drawing inspiration from this patch, the artwork is created in collaboration with 25 students from G.T. (Ellen Yeung) School using 2,000 discarded plastic bottles, glass bottles, bottle lids and CDs...

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