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

Talents Recruitment for Tea House Rising Stars Troupe

The WKCD Xiqu Centre proposes to establish “Tea House Rising Stars Troupe”. We are now recruiting talented Ensemble Leader, Percussion Ensemble Leader, Performers and Musicians to be part of our troupe. Check out the web page for details and how to apply

Visit West Kowloon

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

Envisioning the Museum in the Age of Participation

The talk invites the audience to consider the roles a museum plays in society, as well as the forms of participation that can both emerge from and shape a contemporary museum of visual culture
3.8.2018 | Hotel Stage

101 Dialogue on Cantonese Opera

In this talk, Pui Yan will share anecdotes and challenges in her career. In addition, she will introduce the costumes and make-up styles of sheng (male role) and dan, as well as singing styles and performing techniques used in Cantonese Opera. Participants may have the invaluable opportunities of trying on costumes
24.6.2018 | Campfire – Wong Chuk Hang

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 workshop is open for application now

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. Come and Join us!

What Is Stage: From Text to Space

Taking the theme “From Text to Space”, this year’s programme looks at the scenographic aesthetics of Jan Pappelbaum, head of Stage Design of Schaubühne Berlin. Register now

Xiqu Centre Tour Docent Programme

Our trained docents play an important role in helping us engage with the public. If you are passionate about xiqu and would like to help us promote the art form and our future venue, apply now to join us as a Xiqu Centre tour docent. Application Deadline 30 June 2018

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

M+ Collection

See a selection from the growing M+ Collection

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

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

M+ Rover – Interview with participating artist Ng Ka Chun

Learn more about the concepts behind this year’s programme. Available in Chinese only

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

Xiqu Centre Xiqu Centre

Xiqu Centre

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

M+ Pavilion M+ Pavilion

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