Resplendent Beauty: On Cantonese Opera Repertoire and Costumes Exhibition
The exhibition features authentic costumes and stage sets of four well-known Cantonese operas to reflect the wide spectrum of plots, scenes and roles of the art form. Visitors will discover the beauty of these artefacts and interact with multimedia presentations in the Library and the Foyer of Shaw Auditorium.
HKUST ARTS FESTIVAL 2023 -
ARTS IN MULTICULTURAL HONG KONG
藝術 · 文化 · 多元
The Center for the Arts is glad to announce the theme of HKUST Arts Festival 2023, Arts in Multicultural Hong Kong. In the planning of this year’s program, we came across art forms and artists of diverse cultural backgrounds and wished to bring Hong Kong’s vigorous art and cultural scene to HKUST. Registration to the events are already open, don’t miss out any of them!
Cantonese Opera Education Enrichment Project 2022-2023
In September 2022, the Cantonese Opera Education Enrichment Project invited Yemina Chung to introduce and demonstrate make-up, costume and props in Cantonese Opera. A series of workshops were held in October for participants to learn basic Cantonese Opera singing and acting.
Animators’ Roundtable Forum:
Hong Kong Animation
This roundtable forum will discuss animated filmmaking in Hong Kong, past, present, and future, from the insider perspectives of these animators who have left their footprints in history of Hong Kong animation. They will discuss a diverse range of topics, including the history and heritage of Hong Kong animation, independent animation, commercial animation, experimental and abstract animation, and animation education. They will also share hidden histories and names never disclosed to the public, rarely seen animated films and photos, as well as their dreams, struggles, joys, regrets, and pains along the journey.
非遺種子計劃 - 嘆歌工作坊
Seed for ICH - Fishermen Laments Workshops
HKUST ARTS FESTIVAL 2021 -
ART, DESPITE THE PANDEMIC 藝術在蔓延
This year, HKUST Arts Festival returns with the theme Art, Despite the Pandemic to bring art and music back to revitalize the campus, and to remind us of the beauty of world cultures despite the challenges posed by COVID-19. More event details and announcements will be released soon. Please stay tuned!
HKUST ARTS FESTIVAL 2021 -
The Splendours of Italian and German Baroque Music by Concerto da Camera
The local chamber music ensemble Concerto da Camera will present a series of online mini-concerts through the six consecutive weeks. In the concerts, we will hear many variegated masterpieces of the Italian and German Baroque periods.
Founded in 2004, Concerto da Camera has brought unique, innovative chamber music and arts programs to audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Its programming strives to increase public interest in classical music, and to foster arts and culture.
Hong Kong is a major cultural hub, regularly visited by the most renowned performers from all over the world, and the range of local cultures and talent is equally broad. Cosmopolis aims to introduce audiences to music from a cross section of cultural, linguistic, ethnic, and economic backgrounds, representing traditions such as Indian classical music, Indonesian gamelan, Filipino jazz, Chinese orchestral repertoire, chamber music, as well as avant-garde, experimental, and multimedia works.
網上影片系列 - 音樂欣賞小錦囊
ONLINE MUSIC VIDEO SERIES -
TIPS FOR APPRECIATION
There are different ways to listen to and appreciate music. One of those is by comparing different genres of arts, e.g. painting, architecture and literature, within the same period, in order to materialize this most abstract form of arts. Besides hearing, this allows us to see, and even touch the compositions and eventually learn about the underlying meaning.
HKUST ARTS FESTIVAL 2019 -
ART AND CRISIS
This year, the Center for the Arts is presenting “Art and Crisis” as the theme for HKUST Arts Festival, with an exhibition and a series of events to express our concern about the various crises we’re facing in the 21st century.
ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE 2018 - MY HEART IS FLYING: PAINTINGS BY CHEN KENG
The Artist-in-Residence project 2018 invited renowned artist from Guangzhou, Mr Chen Keng (陳鏗), to create a series of artworks on the theme of “Flying”, and guide students to reflect on the scientific and cultural implications of human fantasies and achievements in this area through an exhibition, workshop, talks and demonstration.
CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT SERIES - VIENNESE LEGACY
A 14-concerts series featuring chamber music by Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven and Schubert - Our music series “Viennese Legacy”, which will span a two-year period, will celebrate the contributions of these illustrious composers to the world of chamber music where they made some of the greatest contributions of all time.
HKUST ARTS FESTIVAL 2018 -ART AND CULTURE ALONG THE SILK ROAD
The Center for the Arts presented The Art and Culture Along the Silk Road in AF2018 with a grand exhibition and a series of talks to refresh our memory of the once vigorous art and cultural scene to the west of Chang’an (Xi’an).