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

Samson Young: Songs for Disaster Relief World Tour

Conceived originally for the 57th Venice Biennale, the Hong Kong edition of the Songs for Disaster Relief exhibition by multidisciplinary artist Samson Young re-examines the concept of charity singles and offers a unique audiovisual experience through a series of sculptures, objects, videos, sound installations and site-specific pieces
9.2 - 6.5.2018 | M+ Pavilion, West Kowloon

Freespace Happening (10-11.3.2018)

Join us on 10 and 11 March for a special two-day season finale and a whole weekend of music, literature, market stalls, creative workshops and good company
10-11.3.2018 | Nursery Park, West Kowloon

Visit West Kowloon

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

Thomas Daniell: Unbuilt Macau M+ / Design Trust Research Fellowship Public Talk

In this talk, M+ / Design Trust Research Fellow Thomas Daniell presents the results of his 2017 fellowship, examining visionary, unbuilt proposals for reclaimed land in Macau that provide an instructive comparison with the built reality today, as well as possible future directions
3.3.2018 | Dom Pedro V Theatre

Creation for Freespace: Dramaturgy and Beyond

Through a range of public round-table discussions, small group practicum sessions and workshops, “Dramaturgy and Beyond” will delve into the discourse in and around the practice of dramaturgy and the tools that are useful to the creation of dance and theatre within the contemporary context.
The roundtable & workshops are open for application now
18.3.2018 - 24.3.2018

Nursery Park Tree Tour and Workshop (March 2018)

Join us for an introduction to the Nursery Park and discover the different tree species that will be planted in the future park of the West Kowloon Cultural District
10 - 11.3.2018 | Nursery Park, West Kowloon

Producers’ Network Meeting & Forum 2018

PNMF brings together performing arts producers for four days of Closed-door Meeting and a public forum on promoting innovation in programme planning, venue operation, audience development and cross-disciplinary collaboration. We are now calling for applications to the Closed-door Meeting. Closing date is 5 March
18-21.5.2018 | Hotel Stage

M+ Pioneers Membership

M+ Pioneers membership allows you greater access to everything M+, and places you at the forefront of supporting and engaging with the world-class museum we are rapidly creating. M+ Pioneers are invited to share feedback so that we can constantly improve the membership. Come and Join us!

Performing Arts Internship Programme 2018-2019

Deadline for Intake 1 is 23 Feb 2017. Don't miss out

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M+ Collection

See a selection from the growing M+ Collection


Read the collaborative stories about Performing Arts Development

Construction Updates

Recent construction updates of West Kowloon

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

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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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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M+ Pavilion

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

Freespace 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