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City Dress Up‧Blossoming Stairs

The outdoor art project decorating staircases in various districts with motifs of flowers sourced from the Museum's collection. Our selection spans a great variety of works, including traditional Chinese paintings; historical pictures from the 19th century; contemporary art pieces; antiquities covering textiles; lacquer ware and bamboo carvings. [...]

City Dress Up‧Blossoming Stairs The outdoor art project decorating staircases in various districts with motifs of flowers sourced from the Museum's collection. Our selection spans a great variety of works, including traditional Chinese paintings; historical pictures from the 19th century; contemporary art pieces; antiquities covering textiles; lacquer ware and bamboo carvings. [...] City Dress Up‧Blossoming Stairs
Hong Kong Museum of Art
City Dress Up‧Blossoming Stairs
The outdoor art project decorating staircases in various districts with motifs of flowers sourced from the Museum's collection. Our selection spans a great variety of works, including traditional Chinese paintings; historical pictures from the 19th century; contemporary art pieces; antiquities covering textiles; lacquer ware and bamboo carvings. [...]
2017.3 - 2017.12
Stairs in the city
Splendours of Dunhuang: Jao Tsung-i's Selected Academic and Art Works Inspired by Dunhuang Culture

The exhibition features Professor Jao's publications, paintings and calligraphy related to Dunhuang art and culture. Highlight exhibits include "Five-character Couplet in Dunhuang Sutra Scroll Style", "Flying Apsaras" painting and "Holding the Lotus" painting. The exhibits provide visitors with a glimpse into the great contribution [...]

Splendours of Dunhuang: Jao Tsung-i's Selected Academic and Art Works Inspired by Dunhuang Culture The exhibition features Professor Jao's publications, paintings and calligraphy related to Dunhuang art and culture. Highlight exhibits include "Five-character Couplet in Dunhuang Sutra Scroll Style", "Flying Apsaras" painting and "Holding the Lotus" painting. The exhibits provide visitors with a glimpse into the great contribution [...] Splendours of Dunhuang: Jao Tsung-i's Selected Academic and Art Works Inspired by Dunhuang Culture
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Splendours of Dunhuang: Jao Tsung-i's Selected Academic and Art Works Inspired by Dunhuang Culture
The exhibition features Professor Jao's publications, paintings and calligraphy related to Dunhuang art and culture. Highlight exhibits include "Five-character Couplet in Dunhuang Sutra Scroll Style", "Flying Apsaras" painting and "Holding the Lotus" painting. The exhibits provide visitors with a glimpse into the great contribution [...]
2017.05.24 - 2017.09.18
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Stratagems in Architecture –‘The 15th Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition' Hong Kong Response Exhibition

The exhibition is a response to and continuation of The 15th Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition. By bringing the works showcased by a group of talented Hong Kong young architects and artists at the Biennale back to the community, it is hoped that public understanding of local and [...]

Stratagems in Architecture –‘The 15th Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition' Hong Kong Response Exhibition The exhibition is a response to and continuation of The 15th Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition. By bringing the works showcased by a group of talented Hong Kong young architects and artists at the Biennale back to the community, it is hoped that public understanding of local and [...] Stratagems in Architecture –‘The 15th Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition' Hong Kong Response Exhibition
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Stratagems in Architecture –‘The 15th Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition' Hong Kong Response Exhibition
The exhibition is a response to and continuation of The 15th Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition. By bringing the works showcased by a group of talented Hong Kong young architects and artists at the Biennale back to the community, it is hoped that public understanding of local and [...]
2017.05.02 - 2017.05.30
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Key Programmes
Sparkle! When Will I See You Again?
Sparkle! When Will I See You Again?

We anchor our daily lives to stories. We tell ourselves who we are, and where we are. Sometimes, the stories take the forms of history, habits, news, recollection or even myths. Oil Street Art Space (Former Clubhouse of Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club), a metaphor in which multiple layers of histories collide and merge, will be a point of departure. The exhibition will employ time-based media, including film, performance and installation for audiences to contemplate and connect our stories.

2017.06.23 - 2017.09.17
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Sparkle! Temperature of Communication
Sparkle! Temperature of Communication

"This exhibition will explore the influence of new digital communication methods on the way we form our identity, create and sustain relationships and how we think and feel. An exchange-based process with the curator become part of the work itself shows communications among the artists. Together, they investigate the role of traditional and new forms of conversation in a multilingual and culturally diverse city. These interactions trigger sensitive questions about how [...]

2017.06.16 - 2017.09.10
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The 6th Artists in the Neighbourhood Scheme : No Neverland
The 6th Artists in the Neighbourhood Scheme : No Neverland

"No Neverland" is the last exhibition of the 6th Artists in the Neighbourhood Scheme. The project team has selected several parks on Hong Kong Island : Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens, Statue Square, Chater Garden, Sun Yat-sen Memorial Park and Blake Garden as the starting point of exposition so as to reveal the publicity of our city planning. [...]

2017.05.26 - 2017.07.30
Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre
#ArtTravellers Exhibition Series I : Decoding Exotic Lands
#ArtTravellers Exhibition Series I : Decoding Exotic Lands

‘#ArtTravellers Exhibition Series I : Decoding Exotic Lands' organised by the Art Promotion Office was launched on 24 February at Trade and Industry Tower. The exhibition presents artworks made by two young female artists, Eastmen Cheng and Ivy Ma, who look for ordinary and prosaic signs on their trips, exploring the uniqueness hidden within and representing an exotic landscape different from what we have perceived.

2017.02.24 - 2017.08.23
Trade and Industry Tower
Hi! Houses
Hi! Houses

4 renowned local artists, Wilson Shieh, Lam Tung-pang, Fiona Wong and Jaffa Lam, are invited to pay tribute to the long tradition and historical legacies of 4 selected monuments. The 4 artists will develop interpretative works together with their artist teams using their own visual vocabularies, based on field research, historical narratives, regional context as well as their personal experience. [...]

Now to 2017.06.30
Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum, Wong Uk Village etc.
The Legacy of Liangzhu Culture: Neolithic Relics from the Zhejiang Provincial Museum
The Legacy of Liangzhu Culture: Neolithic Relics from the Zhejiang Provincial Museum

Featuring 118 sets of Neolithic artefacts from major excavation sites, including delicately carved burial jades, stone farming tools and black pottery of unique forms, the exhibition explores the daily life, religious beliefs and intellectual aspects of an ancient people and uncovers the glorious legacy of Liangzhu [...]

2017.03.01 - 2017.05.30
Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware
"Pot and Tea" & "Tea.Ceramics.Joy"

To give viewers a deeper understanding of the history of tea trading in China and to present the creativity of Hong Kong potters, from May 2016 onward, 2 new exhibitions have been set up in the Restricted Area near Gates 35 and 36, Level 6, Departure Hall, Terminal 1, Hong Kong International Airport.

2016.05 onwards
Hong Kong International Airport
A Glimpse of Tsui's Collection (Phase 2)
A Glimpse of Tsui's Collection (Phase 2)

Foremost is two complete sets of porcelain Month Cups made by the imperial kiln for Emperor Kangxi. Each set consists of twelve cups made of eggshell porcelain, each cup painted with a flower of the month and accompanied by a poem. Other exhibits include jade carvings and accessories, some of which have been kept by Dr Tsui in his office as favourite items. Also featured are wood objects decorated with inlay, textile panels with embroidery [...]

2016.05.21 onwards
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
2016 Tea Ware by Hong Kong Potters
2016 Tea Ware by Hong Kong Potters

The Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware started the "Tea Ware by Hong Kong Potters Competition" for the first time in 1986 aiming to promote ceramic art in Hong Kong. Over the years, the Competition has witnessed a new generation of outstanding ceramic artists. The number of participants has shown a steady increase and it has become the signature competition in local ceramic art circle. [...]

2016.12.07 - 2017.11.06
Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware
Bear in Mind
Bear in Mind

One installation, Post a Memory to the Future, created by William Lim, functions as a post office pavilion with hanging "remembrance". He specially designed some postcards inspired by our collective heritage and memories to encourage you to share your thoughts and hopes with us. Another artwork, entitled Contemplation of Lovingkindness, by Mok Yat-san, presents an unusual scene next to a lawn. Placing a polar bear against a painting scroll with a literati landscape, the work encourages viewers to cherish nature before it vanishes and becomes only a memory.

2016.12.03 - 2017.06.30
Art Square at Salisbury Garden
In Touch with Hong Kong Artists – A School-based Art Learning Pilot Programme (Phase 2)
In Touch with Hong Kong Artists – A School-based Art Learning Pilot Programme (Phase 2)

This is organised by the Hong Kong Museum of Art, in collaboration with the Hong Kong Society for Education in Art. The programme introduces local students to Hong Kong artists and the contemporary art collection of the Hong Kong Museum of Art through an array of interactive education activities, including artist interview and demonstration videos, workshops and artist sharing, aiming to familiarise young people with the local art scene.

Hong Kong Art Research Portal (Pilot Phase)
Hong Kong Art Research Portal (Pilot Phase)

The Hong Kong Art Research Portal is an online platform to provide access to the digitized information and material about Hong Kong art. In the first stage, Hong Kong Museum of Art initiated the portal project by first sharing our Hong Kong art related material. The Portal is still developing and we hope to collaborate with other institutes so that the members of public could access more Hong Kong art related material in the future.

Jockey Club
Jockey Club "Museum of Art on Wheels" Outreach Learning Programme

The Jockey Club "Museum of Art on Wheels" Outreach Learning Programme is a moving art museum that tours different schools and the community. "Hong Kong Sign • Hong Kong Signature" will be the theme for our new mobile unit. We will bring to you a "word maze" city to discover interesting signs and words that permeate every corner of our city, displaying our city's energy and spirit, as well as its cultural link to Chinese calligraphy. With a number of interactive games on this mobile museum, you will discover the uniqueness of Hong Kong's hybrid culture in an exciting interactive experience!

A Glimpse of Tsui's Collection (Phase 1)
A Glimpse of Tsui's Collection (Phase 1)

The exhibition will display an album painted by Huang Yongyu and the funerary potteries from Han and Tang Dynasties depicted in the album. They reflect the burial customs of the period, as well as the prevailing social customs and livelihoods. With the album as a prelude, we will observe the interaction between paintings and artifacts, and sincere friendship between collector and artist.

2015.11.25 -
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
The Spirit of Creation — The Past and Future of Industries in Kowloon East
The Spirit of Creation — The Past and Future of Industries in Kowloon East

The East Kowloon East Office and the LCSD invited the Community Project Workshop of the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Hong Kong to be the Exhibition Installation Planning of the project, to plan an exhibition on the theme of the "Spirit of Creation", the essence of economic development in Hong Kong, while injecting the study's outcomes into the design of this public space. Recounting the stories of the generation that spared no effort in constructing Hong Kong, the exhibition aims to inspire us with direction, to pass on the spirit of perseverance, boldness, innovation and to build a broader and brighter future.

2014.09 - 2017.09
Tsun Yip Street Playground, Kwun Tong
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The most precious things in life are free The most precious things in life are free

Visit the permanent exhibitions of 5 designated museums free of charge. Museums are free but precious.

In search of you I found myself In search of you I found myself

Unstoppable quests in life… at the end, could he find his ultimate concern?

She complained that I was unable to take her to places She complained that I was unable to take her to places

Well, this time someone does take me to new places…

You fought the Japanese? No way! You fought the Japanese? No way!

This guy always make up stories. Watch this video and see how they saw through his lies!

Free Admission to LCSD Museums Free Admission to LCSD Museums

Appreciate culture and art
Explore the path of history

A Night in Love with Monet A Night in Love with Monet

With the romantic French ambiance in the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, let's look back on the beautiful moment we had in "A Night in Love with Monet"!

Curator's Kitchen Curator's Kitchen

We had a great time exploring North Point community and culture while enjoying a delicious bowl of Fujian-style dumpling prepared by Dr Lesley Lau, Head of Art Promotion Office!

Impressionist artist : Claude Monet Impressionist artist : Claude Monet

Monet worshipped freedom all his life, so as applied to his landscape paintings. See More......

Did you notice that Monet favors a certain motif in his work? Did you notice that Monet favors a certain motif in his work?

Did you notice that Monet favors a certain motif in his work? It even led him to paint over 100 paintings on it! Make a guess!

Hey! How come it's all blurry? Hey! How come it's all blurry?

French impressionist Claude Monet's career wasn't always smooth sailing, but his passion for painting never stopped him from creating a world of colour! Want to see more? We'll meet you at Hong Kong Heritage Museum starting from 4th May!

Do you want to travel to France after visiting the Monet exhibition? Do you want to travel to France after visiting the Monet exhibition?

Do you want to travel to France after visiting the Monet exhibition? Learn these everyday phrases to help you on your journey!

Do you remember the Japanese arch bridge in Monet's work? Do you remember the Japanese arch bridge in Monet's work?

Do you remember the Japanese arch bridge in Monet's work? He had always been fascinated by the Japanese culture! If you want to know more about Monet's work, drop by the exhibition now!

The later it gets the duller your mind becomes The later it gets the duller your mind becomes

The later it gets the duller your mind becomes. Like many famous artists, Monet has a habit of waking up early to work. Breathing in the fresh air after a good night's sleep will keep you energized! Do you want to know more about Monet? Come to the exhibition to learn more!

"Freeman Lau & Design: Inter-dependent Decisions" Exhibition Interview Videos

The interview videos not only include Lau's introduction to the exhibition, but also a number of his teachers, fellow designers, artists, friends and work partners who will talk about Lau and his design concepts.

Jockey Club Jockey Club "Museum of Art on Wheels" Outreach Learning Programme

Invite you into an interactive "art laboratory" where you can see how ancient and contemporary artists "transform" subjects of daily life into works of art!

Transcend・Hong Kong Museums・Happy Faces Transcend・Hong Kong Museums・Happy Faces
Transcend・Chinese Culture・Chinese visitors from overseas Transcend・Chinese Culture・Chinese visitors from overseas
Transcend・Art・Dream Catching Transcend・Art・Dream Catching
"Bring Me Home - the Story of Hong Kong Culture, Art & Design" souvenir series

Now you can bring special designed museum souvenirs back home to cherish and to savour.

Vision – Hong Kong International Poster Triennial 2014 : Making-of Video Vision – Hong Kong International Poster Triennial 2014 : Making-of Video

The Hong Kong International Poster Triennial continues to document new and exciting developments in poster design.

Students' Work of Students' Work of "Summer Art Cadets 2014 – An Animated Virtual Tour around Hong Kong"

16 students from different secondary schools in Hong Kong participated a two-week intensive art experience that included workshops and tours. Using 3D animation as a creation tool, students showed their knowledge and enthusiasm for the art world.

Studio Ghibli Layout Designs: Understanding the Secrets of Takahata and Miyazaki Animation Studio Ghibli Layout Designs: Understanding the Secrets of Takahata and Miyazaki Animation

Comprises over 1,300 layout designs from selected works by Isao Takahata and Hayao Miyazaki throughout their careers.

"A FANTASY OF CHAIRS" CREATIVE ART ZONE

OUR HOMEOUR CHAIRS

300 highly original paper stools by creative students reflect their thoughts on Hong Kong…

The New Territories Cultural Day Tour The New Territories Cultural Day Tour

In the New Territories, you can find not only the scenes of unwinding nature and modern township but also some special museums and heritage for cultural exploration, start your journey with friends now!

Google Art Project Google Art Project

Hong Kong Museum of Art and Hong Kong Heritage Museum have joined the Google Art Project. Come visit this virtual wall-less museum anywhere and anytime. Click here

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