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"Traces of Human Touch" exhibition, organised by the Intangible Cultural Heritage Office under the Leisure and Cultural Services Department is open to the public. The exhibition is located at CLP Pulse, which has been revitalised from a Grade 1 historic building. Ten items of traditional craftsmanship and performing arts which belong to local intangible cultural heritage (ICH) are showcased in the exhibition to enhance the understanding by the public of the preservation and transmission of ICH. Despite having no physical form, ICH is an important element for community cohesion. Through oral traditions and practical applications, ICH can be transmitted from generation to generation. Traditional craftsmanship meets the needs of everyday life while performing arts foster a rich and colourful existence. All these give tangible expression to intangible beliefs, etiquettes and customs as well as aesthetic ideas.
The Hong Kong Palace Museum (HKPM) announces the launch of the “Hong Kong Palace Museum Student Ambassador Programme” today. The programme will recruit 100 local tertiary and secondary students and provide them with a series of learning workshops and practical sessions. The programme aims to cultivate the interest in and knowledge of the historical artifacts, as well as the museum industry amongst the younger generation, echoing HKPM’s vision in nurturing arts and cultural talents and museum professionals in Hong Kong. A series of creative learning activities The “Hong Kong Palace Museum Student Ambassador Programme” offers a series of creative learning activities including lectures about Palace Museum culture, artmaking and conservation workshops, docent training, and visits to the HKPM. Students will have the opportunity to study up close the treasures on view at the HKPM and investigate their historical and cultural significance. What’s more, they will be able to apply what they have learnt through serving as the Museum’s docents. Student Ambassador’s Responsibilities Upon completion of the programme, students will be officially recognised as “Hong Kong Palace Museum Student Ambassador”, introducing treasures to the public from the youth perspective and will enjoy privileges such as participating in the HKPM’s educational activities and behind-the-scene events. Outstanding students will be given a one-year HKPM Friends – Youth membership, with unlimited free admission to all thematic exhibitions. Two phases for the eight-month programme Participants will be recruited in two phases for the eight-month programme. Phase 1 welcomes applications from tertiary students from now until 18 December 2022, while Phase 2 will be open to secondary students. 30 tertiary students and 70 secondary students in total will be selected. Applicants who have successfully submitted their applications may be invited to attend group interviews by email or by phone. Results will be announced in the first quarter of 2023. For more information about the programme, please refer to HKPM's website. Should you have any queries, please email email@example.com.
M+ in Hong Kong's West Kowloon Cultural District is Asia's first global museum of visual culture and is open to the public Tuesday through Sunday..Purchase tickets after 11 NovStarting from Saturday, 12 November 2022, visitors are required to purchase tickets for General Admission and for the Special Exhibition. Please visit the M+ website 'Ticket Information' for pricing and other details. Online ticket purchase links will become available for the public from 10:00 on Thursday, 13 October 2022.Special exhibition Yayoi Kusama: 1945 to NowM+ Members and Patrons can enjoy a wide range of exclusive benefits and priority booking from Thursday, 29 September 2022 to the special exhibition Yayoi Kusama: 1945 to Now. Please visit the M+ website 'M+ Members and Patrons' for details.Opening HoursTuesdays to Thursdays and weekends: 10:00–18:00Fridays: 10:00–22:00Mondays: Closed Last admission time is thirty minutes before closingTips for Visiting- Backpacks and suitcases are not permitted in the galleries. All bulky items must be checked at the cloakroom on B1 or lockers on B1 and G. Baby strollers and wheelchairs are welcome and are available to borrow on a first-come, first-served basis.- Visitors are welcome to take photographs at M+, but please remember to turn off the flash. Filming is permitted only in some areas. Please check gallery signs or ask M+ staff before taking a video.- Please be respectful to other visitors and M+ staff.- Smoking, including the use of e-cigarettes, is not allowed.- To ensure the safety of the museum's collection, food and drink are not allowed in the galleries.- Please help take care of the objects on view in the museum. Do not touch the works on display.- The museum welcome visitors accompanied by their trained service animals, but pets and other animals are not permitted in M+.- To ensure everyone's safety, all visitors must undergo a security check before entering or within the M+ building.
West Kowloon’s stand-out architecture and location on Victoria Harbour makes it the perfect place to get some great instagrammable photos. There is plenty to see, so go ahead, take the perfect photo and share it with the world! Xiqu CentreBy blending traditional and contemporary elements, the Xiqu Centre's award-winning architectural design reflects the evolving nature of Chinese opera. The Xiqu Centre facade, made up of over 10,000 curved metal fins, is a perfect background from every angle. Inside, the Xiqu Centre atrium provides a hugely popular backdrop for photos. Whether looking up from the ground level at the stunning roof or looking down from one of the balconies at the podium and steps, every angle provides an Instagram-worthy opportunity that will be guaranteed to get plenty of 'likes'. Art Park Want to catch the most glorious Hong Kong sunset? The Art Park is one of the city’s premier spots to view the spectacular colours of the magic hour as the sun sets over Victoria Harbour. It’s a view that never gets old, and every sunset reveals something new. The Competition Pavilion “Growing Up” Located on the West Kowloon waterfront promenade, the Competition Pavilion “Growing Up” is one of the most Instagrammable spots in our city. Its symmetrical design, timber columns, and stepped seating area provide the perfect backdrop for stylish pictures. Share your photos by tagging @westkowloon. (The photos and the text are provided by West Kowloon Cultural District)