The West Kowloon Cultural District will establish a new vibrant cultural quarter located on a dramatic harbour-front site in the heart of Hong Kong

In Search of Southeast Asia through the M+ Collections

Encompassing visual art, design and architecture, and moving image works from, and about, Southeast Asia, the exhibition highlights how M+ is developing a unique perspective on the region as a place that is defined by multiple narratives, histories, and identities
22.6-30.9.2018 | M+ Pavilion, West Kowloon

Hong Kong International Black Box Festival

Co-presented with HKRep, the four-week festival presents four productions from around the world and showcases unconventional theatre forms that blur the lines between representations of fiction and reality. Tickets available at URBTIX now
11.10-2.11.2018

Visit West Kowloon

Plan your trip to West Kowloon by MTR, bus or car

News

M+ Main Works Contract
Following the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority’s press statement issued on 17 August 2018, regarding the termination of Hsin Chong Construction Company Limited’s (HCC) employment under the M+ construction project, letters were issued by the Contract Administrator, Atkins China Ltd., on 20 August 2018 to HCC’s major subcontractors and suppliers to notify them of the process going forward with regard to their subcontract or supplier agreements.

ART AFTER HOURS:
YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES PRESENTS
‘THE ARTIST TALK TO END ALL ARTIST TALKS —
OR, THE STRUGGLE SESSION CONTINUES!’

Don’t miss the FINAL-EVER public performance by the pioneering Seoul-based digital artist duo — an arresting multimedia event featuring brand-new text-based computer animations, synchronised to original musical scores
31.8.2018 | Tai Kwun

Freespace Happening (8–9.9.2018)

On 8 and 9 September, Freespace Happening, our free outdoor music and arts event, returns at its permanent site in the brand new West Kowloon Art Park
8-9.9.2018 | Art Park, West Kowloon

M+ Matters: Art and Design in the Digital Realm

Features a full day of artist talks, exploring how data collection, artificial intelligence, simulations, social media, and creative programming are all being leveraged by contemporary practitioners working online
1.9.2018 | Tai Kwun

M+ Collection Down the Rabbit Hole, 'Taxi!' Says Alice
Collection

M+ Collection

See a selection from the growing M+ Collection

Roving Exhibition on the Xiqu Centre

West Kowloon is staging a roving exhibition on the Xiqu Centre in which the general public can gain a greater understanding on the construction progress of the venue which is scheduled for opening in late 2018

Highlights of West Kowloon Programmes in 2018

Take a look at the photos of the latest arts and cultural programmes. Hope to see you again in our upcoming events

Construction Updates

Recent construction updates of West Kowloon

Talents Recruitment for Tea House Rising Stars Troupe (Stage Two)

The WKCD Xiqu Centre proposes to establish “Tea House Rising Stars Troupe”. We are now recruiting talented Performers and Musicians to be part of our troupe

Life as an Intern at West Kowloon

Read the stories our interns have put together about their time with us at West Kowloon!

M+, Museum for visual culture

Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron, working with Hong Kong-based TFP Farrells and Ove Arup & Partners HK, has been selected to design the M+ building

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M+ Pavilion

M+ Pavilion is the primary site for M+ exhibitions in the run-up to the completion of the M+ building

Xiqu Centre Xiqu Centre
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Xiqu Centre

A world-class arts venue dedicated to promoting the rich heritage of xiqu. See the latest updates on the Construction Progress

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Freespace

The platform for artists and audience to encounter, exchange ideas and explore the endless possibilities of performing arts without boundaries

Art Park

The new Art Park will be the green heart of the cultural district and feature a rich variety of trees and green planting as well as open lawn spaces for leisure and relaxation

Hong Kong Palace Museum

The museum will have 7,600 square metres of gallery space dedicated to gold, bronze and jade items, paintings, and ceramic objects, as well as displays on life in the Imperial Court