Filial Piety in Action | Creative Drawing | Colour Tape Drawing | Floating Colour | Paper Bowling on Lawn | Blow-Blow-Blowing in the Wind | DIY Cloak | DIY Music Instrument | Hong Kong Repertory TheatreCommunity Art Network

Bring your family to Freespace Happening on 28 February and join the fun activities we have planned in the Nursery Park, including Hong Kong Repertory Theatre’s participatory story theatre ‘Filial Piety in Action’ and a series of inspiring games and activities organised by Community Art Network (CAN). Details are listed below:

Filial Piety in Action

Filial Piety in Action is a participatory story theatre performance based on the story "Feeding Parents with Deer's Milk". During the performance, young audiences befriend Tan Tsz, help him search for items for his mother’s prescription and discuss how to care for parents and elderly family members.

Date:
28 February (Sunday)

Time:
2:20pm – 3:00pm
4:00pm – 4:40pm

Venue:
Sunset Lawn


Creative Drawing

The more you walk, the more you  see, the more you can create. Join us to explore the park and take part in extraordinary painting experience.

Date:
28 February (Sunday)

Time:
3:00pm – 4:00pm
4:30pm – 5:30pm

Venue:
Nursery Park

Limited quota on a first-come-first-served basis. Suitable for aged 3 – 15, parents are welcome to accompany for participation.


Colour Tape Drawing!

Use different types of coloured tape to create your own art work on a big canvas.

Date:
28 February (Sunday)

Time:
2:00pm – 6:00pm

Venue:
Sunset Lawn


Floating Colour

Using a long transparent bag, create a beautiful balloon that turns sunlight to gorgeous beams of colour, then use your balloon to create unusal structure!

Date:
28 February (Sunday)

Time:
2:00pm – 2:45pm
3:45pm – 4:30pm

Venue:
Central Lawn

Limited quota on a first-come-first-served basis. No age limit. Parents are welcome to accompany for participation.


Paper Bowling on Lawn

Join us to make cardboard bowling pins and play in our bowling alley on the lawn.

Date:
28 February (Sunday)

Time:
2:45pm – 3:45pm
4:40pm – 5:40pm

Venue:
South Lawn

Limited quota on a first-come-first-served basis. No age limit. Parents are welcome to accompany for participation.


Blow-Blow-Blowing in the Wind

Bring along some unusual objects that cannot fly by itelf, tie them together on a string, and watch them fly in the wind! Kites and remote control aircrafts fly a lot so don’t bring them in!

Date:
28 February (Sunday)

Time:
2:00pm – 2:45pm
3:45pm – 4:30pm

Venue:
South Lawn

Limited quota on a first-come-first-served basis. Suitable for aged 3 – 15, parents are welcome to accompany for participation.


DIY Cloak!

In a few simple steps, transform a sheet of light material into a beautiful, floating cloak. You can also bring thin and pieces of cloth from home to decorate the cloak together!

Date:
28 February (Sunday)

Time:
2:00pm – 2:45pm
3:45pm – 4:30pm

Venue:
South Lawn

Limited quota on a first-come-first-served basis. Suitable for aged 3 – 15, parents are welcome to accompany for participation.


DIY Music Instrument

Turn simple objects into musical instruments and let the lawn be your stage!

Date:
28 February (Sunday)

Time:
2:45pm – 3:45pm
5:00pm – 6:00pm 

Venue:
South Lawn

Limited quota on a first-come-first-served basis. Suitable for aged 3 – 15, parents are welcome to accompany for participation.

About Hong Kong Repertory Theatre

The Hong Kong Repertory Theatre is the longest standing and largest professional theatre company in the city, established in 1977 and incorporated in 2001. Financially supported by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the Hong Kong Repertory Theatre operates under the guidance of its Governing Council, and employs a team of over 70 full-time professionals including the artistic director, resident director, actors, technical and stage management staff as well as administrators.

Since its establishment 38 years ago, it has presented more than 300 productions, many of which have become classics of the local theatre canon.

The Hong Kong Repertory Theatre has been zealously promoting the development of drama education and have strived to develop new audiences by producing high quality theatrical productions. It has continued its efforts in promoting art appreciation among the youngsters and cultivating their cultural literacy.

About Community Art Network

Community Art Network (CAN) is an art organization devoted to serve the society through arts. CAN is committed to the betterment of different communities through organizing, managing and promoting the enjoyment and creation of arts. Since its inception, CAN has participated in artistic planning, administration, co-ordination works and audience building while handling professional exhibition space, as well as public spaces, such as parks, airports and even international venue of the Shanghai Expo. CAN has extensive experience not only in visual art, but also in music, performing art, design and many other diverse forms of arts and cultures. CAN believes that by making a harmonious liaison between different groups of people and partners, a richer experience can be achieved among artists involved and participating audience. This is why community is always at the heart of each project CAN partakes and CAN’s core value comes from serving the communities.