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Arts and Cultural Management 101

These talks invite practitioners in the local arts and culture industries to share their experience and to explore the qualities, passions and academic qualifications required for a career in the arts and culture field
26.9 - 21.10.2017 | HKU SPACE

The Weight of Lightness: Ink Art at M+

Featuring work by more than forty artists from across Asia and beyond, The Weight of Lightness: Ink Art looks at the diverse explorations that have taken place over the past sixty years
13.10.2017-14.1.2018 | M+ Pavilion, West Kowloon Cultural District

Professional Development

A range of professional development initiatives with local and overseas arts and educational organisations

Rethinking Pei: A Centenary Symposium

Rethinking Pei: A Centenary Symposium seeks to reexamine Pei in the context of the architect’s 100th birthday year as two linked conferences organised by M+, with, respectively, the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University and the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Hong Kong

Freespace Tech Lab 2017

“Freespace Tech Lab” is a three-year project infusing innovative stage technology and performing arts, providing a platform for exchange between related technology providers of performing arts and participants, with a view to enhancing the applications of stage technology
12 - 26.11.2017 | Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

For Teachers

Welcome to download resource packs

‘We Are One?’ Screenings & Conversations

To accompany Hong Kong’s collateral event at the Venice Biennale 2017, Samson Young: Songs for Disaster Relief, M+ and the Hong Kong Arts Centre are co-presenting a programme of film screenings and conversations on the theme of charity efforts
16 - 23.10.2017 | Hong Kong Arts Centre Cinema

The Foundations of Performance

To help provide artists with a contemplative space in which to explore the essence of creation, we are launching “The Foundations of Performance”─ a series of workshops and conversations designed to bring together artists from different fields to exchange experience and inspiration
The first workshop is open for application now

Resources

Explore our teaching and learning resources for all age groups

M+ Rover 2018

M+ Rover 2018 is on the road from February to June 2018. Application is open now

M+ Summer Camp 2017: Nerve

M+ Summer Camp is a youth-targeted initiative organised by M+. Over the past two summers, the camps have each attracted one hundred students from different schools and backgrounds but with the same interests and passions

Crossover Lab Initiative

Between January and March 2017, to promote the distinct cultural characteristics and iconic attractions of Hong Kong’s local districts to a wider audience, West Kowloon is hosting a series of pilot “Crossover Lab Initiative” events in collaboration

Public and Learning Programmes

Get inspired through our workshops, talks and lectures

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Learn more about Tree Tour

Would you like to know how to recognise different types of trees and plants? Our Tree Tour guides are happy to share interesting stories and fun facts about the species we are growing in the Nursery Park. Take a look at the video to find out more about our Tree Tours

Desman, Staff of InBetween, introduces small shops in Taipingshan’s neighborhood
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Tai Ping Shan Community Storytelling Guided Tour

Take a look at the photo of Guided tours in April 2015 to see how the participants engaged in listening to the stories and history of Tai Ping Shan Community
4 – 19.4.2015

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Experience Sharing

Watch the video for a glimpse of life as a summer intern at West Kowloon

Internships and Volunteering

Get behind the scenes through our exciting range of internships and volunteering opportunities

News

Consultation Panel Meeting
Read the latest consultation panel meeting agenda and materials

International Workshop Festival of Theatre

This biennale International Workshop Festival of Theatre (IWF) is part of the longer term capability development of the Hong Kong and regional arts landscape on the methodologies of making contemporary performance