• Deadline: 14 | 06 | 2023

    Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2023: RAW A Cappella Team Auditions

    Calling all talented, lively a cappella singers and beatboxers! Join us to be part of HKYAF’s very own a cappella group RAW, and perform at the city’s largest youth arts outdoor event Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2023!

  • 16, 17, 18, 22, 23, 24 | 06 | 2023

    PROJECT AFTER 6: Mou Man Tai

    Following its successful predecessor PROJECT AFTER 6: Cube Culture (2018), HKYAF and Taikoo Place collaborate once again to produce another new original musical comedy PROJECT AFTER 6: Mou Man Tai, featuring a cast of 33 office executives.

    PROJECT AFTER 6: Mou Man Tai is a concept musical built around the minutiae of everyday Hong Kong life to showcase the love-hate sentiment Hong Kongers have for their city.

  • 23 - 30 | 06 | 2023

    Art! WeCan Exhibition – An Art Education Initiative from Project WeCan

    Art! WeCan is an education initiative designed to help students explore their creative potential, enhance self-confidence and achieve self-empowerment through the arts. From 22 to 30 June, over three hundred pieces of creative artwork resulting from the programme are on display at our free exhibition at Plaza Hollywood.

  • Deadline: 15 | 09 | 2023

    Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2023: Recruiting Performance Groups

    We are looking for youth performance groups to be part of Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2023, a large, outdoor celebration of the arts taking place on 2 and 3 December. If you dance, play music, do acrobatics, perform magic, do martial arts or have other performance talents you would like to share, we would love to have you join us!


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Miller Performing Arts: 24:7:365 - Pre-registration for School Bookings

1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 24.7.365. Harper only wears blue on Tuesdays. Her books have to be arranged in colour order. Light switches and door locks have to be checked five times – her magical number. Harper hasn't left her bedroom since the pandemic began three years ago. Her days are filled with counting, sorting, ordering and obeying the voices in her head. Through Instagram, she watches her contemporaries start going back to school, to parties, on holidays and hanging out. She knows her actions are irrational, but the voices in her head are relentless. They are there telling her what to do 24:7:365. She is a prisoner in her own mind.   Written and directed by Lindsey McAlister, this original musical explores the life of a 16-year-old girl living with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).  Save the date to come see this new musical that will be staged for the very first time at The Box, Freespace in West Kowloon Cultural District as HKYAF celebrates its 30th anniversary! Advance school bookings will begin in August 2023, interested school teachers and educators may pre-register and receive updates. PERFORMANCES  School Performances  02, 03 | 11 | 2023 - 11am Public Performances 02, 03, 04 | 11 | 2023 - 7:30pm             04 | 11 | 2023 - 2:30pm VENUE  The Box, Freespace, West Kowloon Cultural District Booking details: • Tickets:$180 (students); $260 (teachers) • 1 complimentary teacher ticket for every 10 student tickets booked • Advance school bookings are only open for school parties to book for the schools-only matinees • Suitable for ages 11 and above • Performed in English with Chinese subtitles; approx. 90 minutes without intermission. The school performances will be followed by a 15-minute Q&A with the cast and creative team for those interested • Public tickets will go on sale in September 2023 via West Kowloon Cultural District's official website  
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Beyond Environmental Arts Festival 2023

Hong Kong’s natural environment is a delight to explore! In the spring, bushes and trees are covered with pretty flowers; in the heat of the summer, beaches call us to swim; in the autumn, the landscape is transformed by bushy miscanthus grass and bright maple leaves; and in the winter, the cool weather is perfect for hiking. This July, the Beyond Environmental Arts Festival returns with a series of fun, free activities inspired by the theme “Back to Nature”. The programme includes a theatrical performance, creative arts workshops, installation art exhibitions, a choir performance and a dance video. Designed to promote environmental awareness and sustainable development through the arts, the festival encourages young people to slow down and take action to protect our planet, and teaches us that even small changes to our everyday life can make a huge difference for our planet. Online registration opens on 12 June at POPTICKET. Stay tuned for more details.
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Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2023: RAW A Cappella Team Auditions

Calling all talented, lively a cappella singers and beatboxers aged 10 to 25! Do you have a passion for music and a desire to perform on stage? If so, don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to be part of HKYAF’s very own a cappella group RAW, and perform at the city’s largest youth arts outdoor event Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2023! Performers will work with professional singing coach Astrid Lui in two teams of singers and beatboxers. Rehearsals take place every Sunday afternoon from early September to December, with performances at Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2023 on 2 and 3 December. Whether you’re a seasoned performer or just starting out, we would love to meet you! ​To apply, simply complete the application form and submit it with an audition video as detailed below. If you’re a past or current member of RAW, please still submit the application form but no need to submit videos nor attend the on-site audition. Audition Process ​Round 1: Video Audition Application deadline: 14 | 06 | 2023 Complete the online application form and submit a one- to two-minute video* of yourself either singing (without music) or performing beatboxing/vocal percussion (with music) to a pop song of your choice. *Please provide a sharable link for your video (YouTube, Google Drive, Dropbox) and name the video with your full name. Round 2: On-site Audition Date: 25 | 06 | 2023 Time: 9am – 5pm Venue: HKYAF Studio Shortlisted applicants will be notified by 20 June 2023. Those auditioning for singing will receive sheet music to learn before the audition. Those auditioning for beatboxing will be asked to prepare a beatbox accompaniment to a specific song. ​Individual auditions last for 45 minutes. Applicants will receive an email confirming their audition time slot closer to the date. If you are shortlisted, please keep the whole day free.
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Recruiting Professional Costume Designers (Project-based)

If you are a costume designer looking for a stage to showcase your work and a chance to engage with the community, join us and bring stories to life through creative costumes! We are now seeking professional costume designers with a passion for creating work for theatrical performances, outdoor carnival events and short films. Participants will work alongside professional choreographers, directors and artists on community projects and performances with both youth and community groups. ​If you are interested to join us, please email your resume and a portfolio (5 to 10 works) or website link to mag@hkyaf.com. Potential applicants will be invited to meet the HKYAF team and explore collaboration opportunities.

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Miller Performing Arts: #BeTheChange: Kasama

“Bridge our gap, communicate with love. Despite our differences, we can unite.” A dedication to Hong Kong’s domestic workers – our community’s companions and carers. The dance and spoken word film Kasama (Tagalog for “together”) is a testament to the strength of the human spirit, capturing the determination and hope of immigrants who leave their homes in search of work to support their families. Written by migrant domestic worker Maria Nemy Lou Rocio, the co-founder of The Migrant Writers of Hong Kong, Kasama is a call for empathy and understanding in a community that can often feel fragmented and divisive. Inspired by her creative work, professional choreographer Kelsey Ang worked with a group of Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation dancers to bring the spoken word performance to life. ​The Migrant Writers of Hong Kong was established in March 2021 as an inclusive and nurturing environment for writers in the migrant community. The group use their platform and programmes to promote mental health awareness through creative writing. Their first anthology Ingat (Take Care) is set to launch in autumn 2023.
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