Press here to Skip to the main content
Font Size
Default Font Size Larger Font Size Largest Font Size RSS Subscription Change Colours Sitemap Mobile/Accessible Version 繁體 简体
Subscribe to e-newsletter
Weather Traffic Conditions

Liu Tianhua tribute to be held

The City Chinese Orchestra will team with five guest performers for a September concert commemorating the 120th birthday of Chinese composer Liu Tianhua, best known for his innovative erhu work.

Full Story

Brazilian pianist to make HK debut

Brazilian pianist Nelson Freire will make his Hong Kong debut in September in one of the programmes in the Leisure & Cultural Services Department's Great Music 2015 series.

Full Story

Sparkle art show opens

The "Sparkle! Let's Art" exhibition has opened at Oi! and will run until October 18, allowing visitors to appreciate scenes from the community and gain extra sensitivity to what is happening around them.

Full Story
 

Miller classics to be read

Arthur Miller's classic works All My Sons and The Crucible will be staged in the reader's theatre format in Cantonese in August and September at Sha Tin Town Hall.

Full Story

Award-winning play to re-run

Local theatre company Metro-HoliK Studio will re-run its award-winning play So Long, Fare well! HK in September.

Full Story
 

Museum fun day to be held

The Museum of Coastal Defence will host a fun day on July 23 and 24 to celebrate its 15th anniversary.

Full Story

Concert to honour composer Liu Tianhua

Erhu Master Wang Guotong will hold a concert in September to commemorate the 120th birthday of Chinese composer Liu Tianhua, best known for his innovative erhu work.

Full Story
 

Curators reveal museum secrets

Visitors to Hong Kong's museums are likely unaware of how much preparatory work goes into hosting an exhibition. It takes months or even years to acquire the artefacts, prepare them and organise how they will be displayed. This is where the curators come in. It is their job to research, collect, document and skilfully display the relics. But a lot of their work is done behind the scenes, so many do not get to experience first-hand what curators do.

Full Story play video

Artists revive Heritage Museum exhibits

The Heritage Museum recently invited 18 contemporary artists and designers to visit its permanent collection of Chinese antiquities and asked them to select an exhibit and create art inspired by their chosen piece.

Full Story play video
 

Literary talks set

The Leisure & Cultural Services Department will hold a series of talks in this year's Meet-the-Authors programme at public libraries from March to November.

Full Story