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Golden Age Foundation Expo & Summit 2021
Mythologies: Surrealism and Beyond — Masterpieces from Centre Pompidou
Two Strange Tales From A Chinese Studio






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 Chinese Culture

A New Cantonese Opera The Asura Judgment
 
Date: 22-23 June 2021 / 18 July 2021
 
Venue: Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre/ Auditorium, Tuen Mun Town Hall
 
Details: click here

 Conference/Summit

Golden Age Foundation Expo & Summit 2021
Theme: Reimagining Smart Ageing City

Dates: 27-29 August 2021 (Virtual activities start from 16 August)

Venue: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

There will be a mix of virtual and physical activities. For registration, please click the links below:

Virtual: https://www.goldenage.foundation/en/gaes2021/join-us-anywhere
Physical: https://www.goldenage.foundation/en/gaes2021/physical/registration

 Exhibition

Mythologies: Surrealism and Beyond — Masterpieces from Centre Pompidou
Surrealism is a time full of bizarre and dreamy imagery with unsettling juxtapositions. As a programme of The French May Arts Festival, the Hong Kong Museum of Art joins hands with the Centre Pompidou to showcase over 100 diversified art pieces and archive material which explore the Surrealist world by theming this influential art movement and its associations with mythologies.

Date:21 May to 15 September 2021 
Venue:The Special Gallery, 2/F, Hong Kong Art Museum 
Ticket Fee:$30/$21/$15/Free (Museum Pass)
 
Date: Open in late April 2021
Venue:Cantonese Opera Heritage Hall, 1/F

50+ Expo
Date: 29-31 July 2021
Venue: Hall 3E, Hong Kong Conventional and Exhibition Centre

Health Talks / seminar

Salute to Heroes
Date: 18 July 2021 (Sunday)
Time: 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Venue: Chai Wan Public Library (Extension Activities Room)
Description: Stories of heroes during the period of Japanese occupation will be shared during this storytelling session.
 

 Interest Classes

Painting Class with Acrylic, Oil and Watercolor
Date and Time: please refer to the website
Venue: L5-09, JCCAC, 30 Pak Tin Street, Shek Kip Mei
Price: $600/$800

Connecting Everyday Life with Metal Craft
Dates and Venue: Please refer to the website
Price: $423

 Musical
 


Date:09-10 July 2021 (Fri, Sat)
Time: 8:00 pm
Venue : Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
Ticket Fee: $170, $220, $280, $350
Conductor: Yan Huichang

This concert presents two beautiful fables from Liaozhai (Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio) to illustrate the transience and impermanence of life.

 

In the first story, the female ghost Nie Xiaoqian, who is coerced into harming people by a demon, meets the scholar Ning Caichen. Moved by his integrity, she decides to help him escape and takes the plunge into forbidden love.

 

In the second story, the handsome Ma Ji enters Raksha Country by mistake. He puts on face makeup to survive the country’s reversed standards of beauty, but ends up turning his own morals upside down.


 




Date:23-24 July 2021 (Fri, Sat)
Time: 8:00 pm
Venue : Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
Ticket Fee: $170, $220, $280, $350
Conductor: Chew Hee Chiat
Performed by Storyteller: Kandy

The classic stories of The Monkey King Thrice Beats the Bony Ghost, Ma Liang and His Magic Brush and Ng Cheuk Yin’s The Herbalist’s Cabinet will be brought to life by storyteller Kandy, who will take the audience into the wonderful world of Chinese music by introducing them to a variety of instruments and instrumental combinations.
 
HK Phil x Tai Kwun: Chamber Music Series
Date: 21 September 2020 - 28 June 2021
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: JC Cube, Tai Kwun
Online ticketing

A Century of Cantonese Music in Hong Kong (Online Programme)
Date: Starts from 14 July 2020
Watch online
 
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