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HKAAA E-newsletter (6.9.2019)
  • 【Exclusive for HKAAA Members / Volunteers】Cultural Tour Series : Meet the Local Culture – Guided Tour in Tung Nam Lou Art Hotel with the Art Curator Dialogue
  • Join HKAAA Membership and Enjoy Year-round Benefit
 
HKAAA Updates
 
【Exclusive for HKAAA Members / Volunteers】Cultural Tour Series : Meet the Local Culture – Guided Tour in Tung Nam Lou Art Hotel with the Art Curator Dialogue
In recent years, numerous multipurpose cultural venues have emerged. Some hotels in Hong Kong have also looked at their positioning from an artistic and cultural point of view. Tung Nam Lou, a former seafood restaurant, is one of them.
 
We are excited to invite Ms Cathy Tsang, the Art Curator of Tung Nam Lou, to give us a tour around the hotel, as well as to share how they link the Arts with commercial development.
 
Tung Nam Lou Art Hotel|Brings together a hotel, co-working space, and art space
 
About 'Tung Nam Lou Art Hotel'
Mr. Lo Chi Ching, founder of Tung Nam Lou, believes art is a part of our life that everyone should be able to appreciate, to create and to enjoy. Being the major element of the hotel project, art can be found everywhere inside the building. Mr. Lo opened Seafood Restaurant in Yau Ma Tei in 1950; and later on, he built the 'Puning Culture and Art Museum' in his hometown. The Lo's family passes on his spirit by infusing art into the hotel, and into our daily lives. 
  
Tung Nam Lou Art Hotel is a complex space that brings together a hotel, co-working space - 'Heritage Cowork', Art Pub 'room68' and 'TUNG NAM HERITAGE' Art Shop, where both locals and travellers from all walks of life meet and explore as in a melting pot.
 
Learn more about Tung Nam Lou: https://tungnamlou.com/zh-hant/
 
Details
Date: 21 September 2019 (Sat)
Time: 15:00 – 16:30
Venue: Tung Nam Lou Art Hotel (68 Portland Street, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong)
Meeting Time and point: 14:45  | 23rd Floor, Tung Nam Lou
 
Speaker
Ms Cathy Tsang , Art Curator of Tung Nam Lou
 
Language: Cantonese (No SI Service)
Quota: 20
Fee: Free of charge
 

 
Remarks
  • Participants must be current members/ volunteers of HKAAA. Each participant is welcome to bring along a guest
  • Please fill in the name and email address of your guest on the registration form
  • Only limited quota available. Registration will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis
 
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Enquiry: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
Tel: (852) |Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk
 
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Enquiries | Tel: 2877 7268 | Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk
 
Featured Event
 
【'Beyond Multi-arts' Series】
With the theme of 'Beyond Multi-arts', LCSD will be presenting a variety of boundary-breaking performances by visiting and local arts groups/artists in September-December. 
Click here for details.

Upcoming Programmes: 
XENOS by Akram Khan Company (UK)
ST/LL by Shiro Takatani (Japan) 
Puz/zle by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui (Belgium)
Institute by Gecko (UK) 
Coco Chanel (Norway x The Netherlands)
Yin Yu Chun Fai by Mui Cheuk Yin, Yuri Ng, Daniel Yeung, Dick Wong
'New Force in Motion': Drifting by Joseph Lee, Mo Ngaan Tai by Terry Tsang, Infiltrated by Tsang Wing Fai

From 1 September, special discount 30% off for each purchase of standard tickets for both XENOS and Puz/zle.
Internet Booking 
Credit card Telephone Booking:2111 5999 
Programme Enquiries:2268 7323 
 
JOCKEY CLUB New Arts Power 2019: Final Call for Early Bird Discount!
 
Indulge yourself with the feast of arts and get your early bird tickets today
 
A line-up of internationally-acclaimed acts return to Hong Kong stage! Last call for Early Bird Discount for the first round of selected performances. Book by 6th September and receive 20% off discount. https://bit.ly/2lCEjuc
 
A Genuinely Fun and Thought-provoking Play – The Big Happy Dying
Having established for more than 20 years, Class 7A Drama Group explores life and death in a lively and hilarious way. (Performed in Cantonese)
 
An Awakened, Visually Surreal Physical Theatre – L’Orphelin
The Orphan of Zhao is one of China’s oldest and most venerated folklore. Various history commentaries told their own version of the story. It is difficult to identify the truth. In L’Orphelin, without settings, props and costumes, the performing group Théâtre de la Feuille reinvents their own version of the story solely with their bodies, leading audiences to ponder what the “truth” and “fact” are. (Performed in Mandarin, with Chinese and English Surtitles)
 
A Sax Menagerie of Animals – JunGo!
La Sax, a Hong Kong Saxophone ensemble, puts a new spin on traditional concerts by transforming into musical animals. The troupe works alongside the well-known children’s entertainer - Harry Wong - to perform a diverse repertoire.
     
Solo Dance Performance – So Low
Standing on a stage of solitude, Lai Tak Wai, recipient of the Hong Kong Dance Awards “Outstanding Choreography” in 2018 and former dancer at Cloud Gate Dance Theatre and City Contemporary Dance Company, explores the conflicting relationship between man and time in a composed yet expressive manner.
 
Other exciting shows include Grand Dancing Poetry Dunhuang Reflections and A Tantalising Hybrid of Dance and Physical theatre Thunderstorm. Don’t miss out: https://www.newartspower.hk/en/programmes/
 
Jumping Frames International Dance Video Festival 2019
For the first time this edition, the Festival sets up VR dance videos and installation video work. In "Afterimage for Tomorrow", director Singing CHEN collaborates with choreographer CHOU Shu-yi to perform the ineffable in memories. "SWIM 0.5" creates a surrealistic journey for viewers to travel between reality and virtual reality, so as to stimulate their imagination.
 

VR Dance Video: Afterimage for Tomorrow
10-14/9 (Tue - Sat, 12nn-10pm)
15/9 (Sun, 12nn-6pm)
Hall F Studio, Tai Kwun
 
Welcome to the “Afterlife Memory Trust”. With us, you will be selecting three pieces of your memory to relive by the time you decease. When your life terminates, we will stimulate your neurons to bring out the designated memories. Each vision lasts a light time.
 
We perceive the world through eyes, ears, nose, tongue, body and mind. These sensory is stored as memory in words, pictures, sounds and moving images. With fractions of the transcribed memories, we are capable of returning to a specific point in time, which is an act of distortion and overlaying of time and space. However memories aren’t always reliable. A man wakes up in an unknown dimension of consciousness. What is it that he sees, hears and feels? Is it memory, virtual reality or terminal lucidity?
 
In Persistence of Memory, director Singing CHEN collaborates with choreographer Shou-Yi CHOU to perform the ineffable in memories. This metafiction film sets in a futuristic world, where memories can be uploaded and perpetuated, thus leads to the discussion of what in life is worth storing. Persistence of Vision; when an object in rapid motion vanishes from sight, human brain creates a 0.1-0.4 seconds of optical illusion. How long will the images and memories we create today live in the future?
Choreographer: Shu-Yi CHOU
Buy NOW
 
VR Dance Video: SWIM 0.5
10-14/9 (Tue - Sat, 12nn-10pm)
15/9 (Sun, 12nn-6pm)
Hall F Studio, Tai Kwun
 
Immersed in a de-constructed swimming pool, viewer will be invited to sit on a lifebuoy and enjoy a 360-degree virtual reality dance movie.
 
The work provides viewers a brand new sensory and sensational experience on both dance and space, and creates a surrealistic journey for viewers to travel between reality and virtual reality, so as to stimulate their imagination.
 
SWIM 0.5 was inspired by the project Hack-a-Bench (designed by Hinz PAK and Dylan KWOK, supported by the Art Promotion Office of the Leisure and Cultural Service Department of the government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region). The SWIM video was filmed at the T・SPA in the T・PARK.
Special thanks to Art Promotion Office (APO), Environmental Protection Department (EPD) and Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) for making it happens.
Buy NOW
 
Primitive Nostalgia (Video installation)
10-14/9 (Tue - Sat, 12nn-10pm)
15/9 (Sun, 12nn-6pm)
Hall F Studio, Tai Kwun
 
Primitive Nostalgia is a unique voyage through Hollywood cinema, featuring some of the most memorable dance numbers to ever be captured on film. In the assemblage of these cinematic samples, which explicitly record portrayals of cultural dances performed by various ethnic troupes, a concern for the construction of cultural identity emerges.
 
Stay tuned for more updates on Jumping Frames official website and Facebook page.
Watch the trailer
 
Book Now: 
6-8/9 Broadway Cinematheque www.cinema.com.hk/en/movie/special/10
7 & 9-15/9 Tai Kwun
URBTIX www.urbtix.hk/internet/eventDetail/39050
POPTICKET www.popticket.hk/ccdc
More Info www.jumpingframes.com
 
「香港文化中心舞蹈三十年」講座系列
(Only Chinese version is available)
 
為慶祝香港文化中心成立三十周年,資深藝評人盧偉力博士,為關心香港舞蹈的朋友,策劃及主持五個講座,並得到香港演藝學院舞蹈學院院長陳頌瑛及香港舞蹈聯盟主席劉燕玲擔任顧問。講座將邀請多位知名香港舞蹈工作者及專業人士包括曹誠淵、周佩韻、伍宇烈、譚兆民、黃大徽、錢秀蓮、蘇國雲、劉天明、馬才和、李永昌、陳志權潘少輝等,相聚一起暢談「香港文化中心舞蹈三十年」。
 
香港文化中心行政大樓四樓二號會議室
 
10, 24.09 & 8, 15.10 (二) 7:45pm
 
$60
 
節目詳情: https://www.lcsd.gov.hk/CE/CulturalService/Programme/tc/dance/programs_832.html
 
購票: http://www.urbtix.hk/internet/zh_TW/eventDetail/38667
 
Breaking boundaries at Tai Kwun Dance Season 2019
Themed “Break the Boundary and Dance Your Identity”, Tai Kwun Dance Season 2019 invites artists from Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Taiwan and beyond to present a series of dance performances that will leave audiences in awe of the power and the possibility of dance. From street dance, modern dance, immersive dance theatre, contemporary dance, ballet and VR dance videos, be prepared to break forms, push boundaries and explore identities with us this year! Tickets are now available at Urbtix, buy now!
 
M+ Talk Series: Community Engagement at the Core: Rethinking Museums for the Twenty-First Century
At a time when masterpieces can be easily viewed on smartphones, how do we make the case for the importance of visiting museums, especially when creativity and culture are not placed at the core of society? Join us on 2 October to hear Kelly McKinley, Deputy Director of the Oakland Museum of California, speak about how museums are evolving in order to remain relevant and sustainable community resources in an increasingly divided and technology-driven world. McKinley draws on specific examples to illustrate how museums are reimagining their roles as educators and convenors, and developing their missions and programmes to be of greater service and value to the people in their communities.
 
Date & Time: 2 Octpber (Wednesday) 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Venue: Hotel Stage, Jordan
Language: English with Cantonese simultaneous interpretation
Registration: https://mplus.org/en_RethinkingMuseums
 
The 5th Hong Kong International Piano Competition, 7-24 Oct 2019
MUSIC-MAKING AT A GLANCE
All names in the text in alphabetical order
 
Performances forming part of the Competition
  • Fifteen individual piano recitals by the fifteen semi-finalists with programs of their own free choice plus two compulsory commissioned pieces.
  • Six chamber performances by the six finalists, of program of their own free choice with the Logos Quartet, plus a compulsory commissioned piece for guitar and piano. (Alvaro Pierri guitar)
  • Six piano concertos performed by the six finalists chosen from a set of concertos, with the Competition Orchestra formed by members of the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong, the London Chamber Orchestra and the Logos Quartet. (Conductor: Maestro Ignat Solzhenitsyn)
 
Performances forming part of the Joy of Music Festival
Six gala performances featuring:
  • Members of the jury: Tigran Alikhanov, Cyprien Katsaris, Pascal Roge, Elisso Virsaladze and Mikhail Voskresensky
  • Invited artists: Dusan Bogdanovic, Alvaro Pierri
  • First prize winners of the HK International Piano competition-The Club of the winners:  Giuseppe Andaloro, Jinsang Li, Luka Okros, and Ilya Rashkovskiy
  • First prize winners of major international music competitions: Stella Chen and Tony Siqi Yun
  • The Logos Quartet (Pierre Doumenge, Joel Hunter, Ciaran Macabe, and Michael Brooks-Reid
  • The Competition Orchestra formed by members of the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong, the London Chamber Orchestra and the Logos Quartet (Conductor: Maestro Ignat Solzhenitsyn)
 
Full details, with dates, full programs and ticket pricing information in www.chopinsocietyhk.org
The site is updated daily so please check regularly.
 
【世界文化藝術節 2019精選節目】
(Only Chinese version is available)
 
挪威國家芭蕾舞團《易卜生〈群鬼〉》
 
身體,可以書寫;以舞蹈演繹易卜生鋒利無比的筆觸,更清楚顯示肢體語言,可以無遠弗屆。
 
葵青劇院演藝廳
1 - 2.11 (五-六) 8pm
$580, $440, $360, $220
 
詳見: https://www.worldfestival.gov.hk/2019/tc/ibsen.html
購票: http://www.urbtix.hk/internet/zh_TW/eventDetail/38807
 
 
無形旅舍 (丹麥)《人造新北極》
 
來自丹麥的「無形旅舍」,透過近乎史詩式的磅礡影像、蒼涼淒美的文本(出自Björk 歌曲作詞人Sjón),帶領觀眾遊歷由我們集體堆砌的「新北極」,一同勘察光怪陸離的異國「瘋」情。拉脫維亞電台合唱團成員以奇幻造型現身,巧用室內合唱、電子音樂、迴盪音等,詠唱地球之母的心聲,以天籟之曲撫慰大地的傷痕,喚醒我們的良知。
 
葵青劇院演藝廳
15-16.11 (五-六) 8pm
$480, $380, $280, $180
 
詳見: https://www.worldfestival.gov.hk/2019/tc/neoarctic.html
購票: http://www.urbtix.hk/internet/zh_TW/eventDetail/38812
 
【世界文化藝術節 2019精選節目】
(Only Chinese version is available)
 
泰羅.沙里寧、齊摩.波宏那 (芬蘭)《極光雙男》
 
(舞蹈 + 音樂 + 視效)n ≥ 100%藝術品!
 
高山劇場新翼演藝廳
8 - 9.11 (五-六) 8pm
$420, $320, $240
 
詳見: https://www.worldfestival.gov.hk/2019/tc/breath.html
購票: http://www.urbtix.hk/internet/zh_TW/eventDetail/38811
 
 
 
冰島舞蹈團《黯黑祭典》
 
舞者以肢體訴說內心深處的慾望心魔,探入無光的黑暗,安住其中,聆聽平日難以洞察的內在聲音。一眾冰島國家級舞者伴隨Sigor Rós空靈飄渺的音樂,咆哮嚎叫,「見自己,見天地,見眾生」。
 
上環文娛中心劇院
2.11 (六) 8pm
3.11 (日) 3pm
$360, $280, $200
 
詳見: https://www.worldfestival.gov.hk/2019/tc/darkness.html
購票: http://www.urbtix.hk/internet/zh_TW/eventDetail/38808
 
【世界文化藝術節 2019精選節目】
(Only Chinese version is available)
 
魯斯卡劇團 (芬蘭) 《極地漂流記》
 
百年被矮化消音的極北原住民,再也不甘被強行標籤為嗜酒狂歡的「蠻夷」!面對急速擴散的城市化和強勢文化的侵蝕,他們更要挺身發聲,叩問再與魚鹿並生之可能!
 
葵青劇院黑盒劇場
9.11 (六) 8pm
10.11 (日) 3pm
$280
 
詳見: https://www.worldfestival.gov.hk/2019/tc/odyssey.html
購票: http://www.urbtix.hk/internet/zh_TW/eventDetail/38787
 
 
歐丁劇場(丹麥)《慢性人生》
 
《慢性人生》發生於公元2031年,人類經歷歐洲第三次內戰後,彷彿患上慢性疾病,不曉得還可否盼望未來...... 闊別香港十五年後,年屆八旬的巴爾巴再度親率歐丁劇場高足到來,並於首場演出後與觀眾交流,勿失良機!
 
香港文化中心劇場
31.10 - 2.11 (四-六) 8pm
3.11 (日) 3pm
$420
 
詳見: https://www.worldfestival.gov.hk/2019/tc/chronic.html
購票: http://www.urbtix.hk/internet/zh_TW/eventDetail/38782
 

 
Asia Pacific Community Music Network 2019 Conference (HONG KONG)
Community music encourage every person to make music. Initiated from life, their unique voices compose different pictures of society. In music, we start communication, in which embrace the past, present and future of our city.
 
Centre for Community Cultural Development (CCCD) has been promoting community music in Hong Kong for more than a decade.
 
This year, CCCD is organizing Hong Kong's first Community Music Conference, from 14th to 17th November.

The aim of the conference is to foster understanding and co-operation among the region's community music educators and practitioners by strengthening our networks and sharing ideas about the different aspects and issues within the Asia Pacific region.

Contributors are not limited to the professionals or specialists as everyone is talented and has a unique voice that shapes the community. We are now calling for Presenters! EVERYONE with an interest can take the stage and share experiences and ideas with us!

Programme Detail
Time /Venue
14 November 2019: University of Hong Kong
15 - 16 November 2019: Chinese University of Hong Kong
17 November 2019: Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Language
Mainly in English (Cantonese and Mandarin simultaneous interpretation will be provided as circumstances allowed, details to be confirmed when available)
Target Audience
Musicians, academics, teachers, social workers, artists, therapists, anyone who love community art and music
Fee
Early Bird   HKD1200 (On or before 30 Sept 2019)
Regular      HKD1500
          (Solidarity support available: you can apply when registering)
 
>>Apply Here<<
 
You may find the list of presenters and programme rundown here. It will be updated regularly.
 
For overseas participants, click here for accommodation suggestions.

If you have any enquiry, please don’t hesitate to come to us!
We look forward to seeing you!
 
Enquiry
Tel:(852) 2891 8482
Fax:(852) 2891 8483
Email:apcmn@cccd.hk
 
Highlight Event
 
HKDI Inspire* Design Thinking 2019
As a leading design education institution, HKDI endeavors to advance the application of Design Thinking as a transferable skill for solving problems of all kinds. In Autumn 2019, HKDI will launch the holistic campaign of HKDI inspire* Design Thinking 2019, with a series of seminars and workshops featuring application of Design Thinking in new areas such as Medisign, Social Design, Architecture education, Aquaponics, Service Design, and Simulation and Visualisation.
 
Please visit this link for event details and registration: https://www.eventbrite.hk/o/hong-kong-design-institute-hkdi-17690135155. Design thinking is for everyone, no matter what you do or where you are from, you will be equipped to apply design thinking by joining this event!
 
Supported by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
 
International Schools Festival – Preparing your children to take on the world
Join us at the South China Morning Post's International Schools Festival! It is the perfect platform for parents to learn about international schools, evaluate curricula, obtain crucial admission tips and secure essential information for their child's future education.

This year, panel discussions at the International Schools Festival will focus on ways to enhance your child's intelligence, help them build character and ensure their mental well-being – addressing questions such as:
 
  • What attention do we give to the overall development of children and their character?
  • How do our children learn respect, empathy, resilience and self-discipline?
  • How do schools respect the needs of each individual student to help them succeed?
  • How do schools inform and work together with parents on these issues?
 
Register now!
 
Supported by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
 
Fine Art Asia 2019 and Ink Asia 2019 to lead the peak season for art in Hong Kong
4-7 October 2019


Fine Art Asia 2019, Asia’s leading international fine art fair, and Ink Asia 2019, the world’s first art fair dedicated to ink art, will lead this autumn’s peak art season in Hong Kong. The fairs will be held alongside each other in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from Friday 4 October to Monday 7 October 2019.
 
Fine Art Asia is recognised by the international art world as Asia’s leading fine art fair The stunning museum quality artworks on display span over 5000 years of cultural history, from ancient Chinese bronzes through to contemporary art.
 
Ink Asia founded in 2015 has successfully established its unique status and growing influence as the leading international fair devoted to modern and contemporary ink art.
 
The fairs provide a unique opportunity to view and acquire the best artworks across a wide range of collecting categories.
 
Join us and book your ticket in advance! Tickets available now at HK TICKETING.
 
Dates and Times
Friday, 4 October – Sunday, 6 October 2019 11am – 7:30pm
Monday, 7 October 2019 11am – 6pm
Venue: Hall 3, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive, Wanchai
 
Admission Fee
Adults : HK$200 (Admits two), HK$120 (Admits one)
Full time students and senior citizens (over 60) : HK$50
Free admission for children under 12 accompanied by an adult
 
http://fineartasia.com/
http://www.inkasia.com.hk/index.php/language/en/
 
Supported by: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
 
The 25th ifva Awards is Calling for Entry Now!
The 25th ifva Awards is Calling for Entry Now! This year, let's further explore the hidden power of creativity, just like a little body could harbor a great soul to embrace whatever happened around the world, and chase any dreams that you've ever imagined! Are you ready?

Application and Submission Deadline: 14th October 2019 (Monday) 6:00pm (Hong Kong Time)

Further details of the awards will be announced in August at the press conference.

Apply Now: www.ifva-awards.com
Details: www.ifva.com/awards
Enquiry: ifva@hkac.org.hk / 2824 5329
 
Supported by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
 
Opportunities
 
Home Affairs Bureau – Arts Development Fund (Cultural Exchange Project)
 
Yale-China Artist Fellowship
(Deadline: 06/09/2019)
 
Hong Kong Arts Development Council – Arts-in-School Partnership Scheme – Second Full Rollout Call for Application (Arts Group/Organisation)
(Deadline: 06/09/2019)
 
Hong Kong Arts Development Council – Hong Kong Scholarship for NAS – Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy 2020
(Deadline: 11/09/2019)
 
Hong Kong Arts Development Council – Nomination of Respresentatives of Arts Interests – Phrase 3: Candidate Nomination
(Deadline: 13/09/2019)
 
Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fellowships – For Overseas Stdies
(Deadline: 16/09/2019)
 
Hong Kong Arts Development Council – Matching Fund Scheme (9/2019)
(Deadline: 30/09/2019)
 
“Museum Summit 2019” in Hong Kong Is Now Open for Registration
(Deadline: 30/09/2019)
 
Hong Kong Arts Development Council - "Continuing Education Subsidy Scheme for Arts Education Practitioners"
(Deadline:25/10/2019)
 
Member's Benefit
 
ArtisTree Selects: Moving Pieces – 15% discount offer on dance programmes
Be moved by over 20 powerful performances that transcend language, generations and culture. Moving Pieces is a collection of monumental dance productions from the most influential and inspiring artists of our time. From now till 28 September 2019, the series will include behind the scenes access to lunchtime open rehearsals and weekend dance workshops.
 
Programme Details
- Double-Bill Performance (Revellers’ Mass and Tundra) by National Dance Company Wales (UK) (5 – 12 September)
- Tentative Approaches to a Point of Suspension by Yoann Bourgeois (France) (19 – 28 September)
- Workshops for kids and families (7 & 22 September)
- Workshops for professionals (7 & 28 September)
 
Venue: ArtisTree, 1/F Cambridge House, Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay
 
Tickets now available at Ticketflap: https://bit.ly/2hLjFpU
 
HKAAA members can enjoy 15% discount on standard tickets. Please enter the promo code ATMPOTH when you check out on the ticketing pages.
 
Enquiries: artistree@swireproperties.com
MOViE MOViE Life is Art Film Festival – 10% discount offer
Celebrating the arts in film 23/8 – 30/9/2019
 
Co-presented by Art in Hospital X MOViE MOViE, Life is Art Festival makes its exciting return! This unique art and film festival arrives at MOViE MOViE Cityplaza, presenting 23 films about legendary artists and their ground-breaking achievements. Audiences can lose themselves in the wonderful aesthetics of music, fashion, painting, architecture, food and theatre, as well as exploring a vast array of multi-cultural events and workshops, spanning cinema, television and the community. Highlights include Ron Howard’s PAVAROTTI, Ivo van Hove’s take on the 50s cinematic classic ALL ABOUT EVE (NT Live), and LORCA: GIANT MOON, the documentary chronicling Federico García Lorca’s journeys in New York and South America.
 
Tickets now available at https:// cinema.com.hk/en/movie/special/18 & https:// amccinemas.com.hk/en/movie/special/18.
**HKAAA members can enjoy 10% discount on standard Life is Art tickets upon presentation of your membership card at selected Broadway Circuit cinemas box office.
 
Details: https:// facebook.com/moviemoviebybc/
Enquiry: 2528 8049
 
Zuni Icosahedron – We Are Now Six
Dick Wong Dance + Theatre
We Are Now Six
The Collision of Group and Individuals
 
Programme Details
Venue: Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Date & Time:
8pm     5, 6.9.2019
Tickets: $200│Full-time students $100
 
No seats selection available
Zuni Icosahedron reserves the right to add, withdraw or substitute artists and/ or vary advertised programmes and seating arrangements
Running time approximately 60 minutes with no intermission
 
Tickets now available at URBTIX
**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount on purchasing full-price tickets at URBTIX outlets. Please present your membership card at Urbtix outlets. 
 
Details: https://urlzs.com/RBt9p
Programme Enquiries: 852-2566 9696
Great Violin Concertos : Fumiaki Miura Plays Beethoven
Programme Details:
Details: https://bit.ly/32cJa6f 
Date & Time: 7 Sep 2019 (Sat), 8pm
Venue: HK City Hall Concert Hall
Ticket Price: $420, $280, $160
 
Tickets at URBTIX: 2111 5999 / www.URBTIX.hk
10% off upon showing HKAAA membership card at URBTIX outlets.
Programme Enquiries: 2836 3336 / www.HKSL.org
 
Zuni Icosahedron – God or No God
Zuni Icosahedron
KJ Wong’s God Trilogy - God or No God
 
“Nothing arises from nothing, but out of nothingness everything is born”
 
Programme Details
Venue: Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Date & Time:
8pm     7.9.2019
4pm     8.9.2019
Tickets: $280│Full-time students $100
 
No seats selection available
Zuni Icosahedron reserves the right to add, withdraw or substitute artists and/ or vary advertised programmes and seating arrangements
Running time approximately 70 minutes with no intermission
 
Tickets now available at URBTIX
**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount on purchasing full-price tickets at URBTIX outlets. Please present your membership card at Urbtix outlets. 
 
Details: http://zuniseason.org.hk/en/god-or-no-god/
Programme Enquiries: 852-2566 9696
《未忘之書》
節目資料
地點:香港話劇團黑盒劇場(上環文娛中心8樓)
日期及時間:
8pm 7, 10 – 12*, 14, 17 – 19*, 20 – 21.9.2019
3pm 8, 14 – 15, 21 – 22.9.2019
 
票價:$200 , $190*(平日票價)
不設劃位
**香港藝術行政人員協會會員可獲9折優惠。優惠只適用於城市售票網售票處購買正價門票,請於購票時出示會員証。
 
粵語演出
門票現於城市售票網公開發售
內容簡介:https://www.hkrep.com/event/19-bb1/
節目查詢:852-3103 5900
 
Zuni Icosahedron - One Belt One Road Experimental Theatre
The Interrupted Dream: Chinois Dream at Château de Versailles
 
Programme Details
Venue: Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Date & Time:
8:15pm  12, 14.9.2019 |  4pm   13.9.2019
Tickets: $600│Full-time students $100
 
No seats selection available.
Please note that the audience seating area of this performance is located at the stage, and audience will be admitted through the backstage entrance of the Grand Theatre.
 
Zuni Icosahedron reserves the right to add, withdraw or substitute artists and/ or vary advertised programmes and seating arrangements.
Running time approximately 80 minutes with no intermission.
 
Tickets now available at URBTIX
**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount on purchasing full-price tickets at URBTIX outlets. Please present your membership card at Urbtix outlets. 
 
Details: http://zuniseason.org.hk/en/interrupted-dream/
Programme Enquiries: 852-2566 9696
“Love, Death, and Everything In-between”
Yat Po Singers’ co-artistic directors Ng Cheuk-Yin collaborates with renowned playwright Wong Wing Sze to create this A cappella Theatre, “Love, Death, and Everything In-between”.
 
Venue: Kwai Tsing Theatre Auditorium
 
Date & Time:
13.09.2019 (Fri) 8pm
14.09.2019 (Sat) 8pm
15.09.2019 (Sun) 3pm

Regular Price:$350, $250, $200
 
Details: https://bit.ly/31yiuMe
Tickets at URBTIX: www.urbtix.hk/internet/en_US/eventDetail/38658
Programme Enquiry: 2154 4233; Ticketing Enquiry: 3761 6661
**HKAAA members can enjoy 10% discount on standard tickets ($350 & $250 only) upon presentation of your membership card at URBTIX outlets.
 
【THE FIRST AND SECOND HALF OF 2047 】
PROGRAMME INFORMATION
Hong Kong City Hall, Theatre
14-15/09/2019 (SAT & SUN) | 03:00pm
14/09/2019 (SAT) | 08:00pm
$220, $200
In Cantonese(粵語演出)

HKAAA Member 10% OFF Code: 204710
Buy Ticket Now  :https://ticket.urbtix.hk/
Programme Enquiry:2419 9006/ info@pants.org.hk
Ticketing Enquiry  :3761 6661
Matilda The Musical
Inspired by the beloved book by the incomparable Roald Dahl, Matilda The Musical has taken both London’s West End and Broadway by storm, garnering five-star reviews across the board.  The multi-award winning musical is now in its seventh year in London where it continues to delight audiences of all ages, and has been seen by more than 9 million people.

With an incredible cast of performers, Matilda inspires and delights audiences both young and old. The timeless story of a small girl's determination to challenge those above her for the greater good, combined with Roald Dahl's signature wit and naughtiness, makes this an unforgettable West End musical.

Performance Dates: From 20th September 2019 to 20th October 2019

Venue: Lyric Theatre, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, 1 Gloucester Road, Wanchai

Tickets: From $445 up, available at hkticketing.com
 
A Soldier’s Story 5.0 – The Devil Returns
Programme Details:
Details: https://bit.ly/2XOHRv8
Date & Time: 21 Sep 2019 (Sat), 8pm
Venue: HK City Hall Concert Hall
Ticket Price: $450, $320, $240, $160
 
Tickets at URBTIX: 2111 5999 / www.URBTIX.hk
10% off upon showing HKAAA membership card at URBTIX outlets.
Programme Enquiries: 2836 3336 / www.HKSL.org
Li Biao Conducts The Butterfly Lovers
 
20% off discount on HKCO concert – “Morning Star Lilies Forever”
Hailed as the “Number One Percussionist” of Asia, Li Biao changes his mallets for the baton to conduct the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra!
 
Sharing the concert stage with him will be the DoubleBeats duo, formed by renowned young Chinese percussionist Ni Fan and German percussionist Lukas Böhm, who will make magical sounds with innovative techniques; Huang Mengla, winner of the First Prize at the Paganini International Violin Competition and an eye-catching violinist of international repute, will play the tragic love story of The Butterfly Lovers on his strings; and the premier Chinese drummer Yim Hok Man, who will play the Chiu Chow Gongs and Drums to showcase the charm of this powerful instrument. Such a strong line-up of virtuosi promises to make the occasion a musical feast too rare to miss!
 
Programme Details:
Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
Date & Time: 11-12/10/2019 (Fri & Sat) 8:00pm
Original Ticket Price**: $170, $220, $280, $350
 
**HKAAA Members are offered 20% off discount.
Please present your membership card at Urbtix Ticketing Office
 
Introduction: http://www.hkco.org/en/Concerts/Li-Biao-Conducts-The-Butterfly-Lovers.html
URBTIX Booking: http://www.urbtix.hk/internet/eventDetail/38897
Enquiries: 3185 1600 (Programme) / 3761 6661 (Ticketing)
 
Good Music for Babies
Programme Details:
Details: https://bit.ly/2Tr08df

Date & Time:
18 Oct 2019 (Fri), 7:30pm
19 Oct 2019 (Sat), 2:30pm & 5pm
Venue: HK City Hall Theatre
Ticket Price: $360, $260
 
Children aged 3 or above & full-time students: $180, $130
Babies aged below 3: $80
 
Tickets at URBTIX: 2111 5999 / www.URBTIX.hk
10% off upon showing HKAAA membership card at URBTIX outlets.
Programme Enquiries: 2836 3336 / www.HKSL.org
10% off on Hong Kong Ballet’s “Swan Lake”
Programme Details
Date, Time & Venue
25-27 Oct & 2-3 Nov 2019
Fri 7:30pm | Sat – Sun 2:30pm & 7:30pm
Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Price
$1,000 (Limited VIP Tickets)#, $680, $480, $320, $180
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Programme Enquiries: 2105 9724 |
marketing@hkballet.com
Ticketing Enquiries: 3761 6661
Details: https://bit.ly/2MH8jS3
 
TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE AT URBTIX
#Discount not applicable to VIP tickets
 
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