Art opens up dialogues when life encounters beauty.
From high noon till late night, the Hong Kong Arts Centre (HKAC)’s signature programmes Open House 2019 and Late Night Series – Art X welcome visitors to immerse in different forms of art and cultures! Our very special events will bring all walks of life together and enlighten your day with great artworks and stories. The entire HKAC building will be hustling and bustling with visual art exhibitions, film screenings, music and theatre performances, tarot readings, chance meetings and relaxing chats. Our programme is tailor-made for serendipities and discoveries. Join us to meet your unknown selves and new intimate strangers by spending a day at the HKAC.
Daytime and Evening Programmes ：
- Cultural Masseur - Collector's Hub
- City Art Lab
- Show Hand Show
- Pop Up Guided Tour
- Floor Battle
- Art-shop Black Cat Postcard Stand Making Workshop
- Exhibition : Billows vs. Waves
- Exhibition : Sightlines
- Exhibition: 5th Collectors' Contemporary Collaboration on Chinese Private Collection + Guided Tour
- Beuys-5th Collectors' Contemporary Collaboration on Chinese Private Collection Special Screening
- Open Secrets
- Exhibition: PROCESSING: on Mind-mapping
- Retreat & Relax - a Getaway from the City Bustle at Hong Kong Art School
- Exhibition: Carsten Nicolai: fades stills
- VR Game: Get Amazed by The VR Experience at The Library
- Following The Imagined: Solo Exhibition by Hong Kong Artist TUNG Wing Hong
Late Night Series － Art X ：
- Inspiration: A divination talk Workshop by Mountain River Jump!
- Late Night Screenings: Manji (Yasuzo Masumura, 1964) & Betty Blue (37°2 le matin) (Director's Cut) (Jean-Jacques Beineix, 1986)*
- Snack & Mocktail Bar
*Betty Blue (37°2 le matin) (Director's Cut) has been censored and classified as Category III by the Office for Film, Newspaper and Article Administration. Persons who are under 18 are not permitted.
*Manji : Supported by: Consulate-General of Japan in Hong Kong. Print Provider: The Japan Foundation.The print of Manji is provided by The Japan Foundation.
*The screening of Betty Blue is co-presented by the Hong Kong Arts Centre and Alliance Française Hong Kong