Come and have fun with your kids at the exciting Kids Summer Carnival featuring numerous Edutainment and Gourmet & Styling privileges!
- Happy Mega Slide (20-minute session) – Hong Kong’s First 3-Storey High Sculptural Slide
- Donut Golf Club (20-minute session) – The Only Science-Themed Indoor Golf Playground in Hong Kong
- K11 KULTURE ACADEMY: Arts & Crafts Workshops
- Harry’s Kitchen Donut & Ah Meow Cookies Decoration Workshop
- Ferrari Store Junior F1 Simulator Experience
- Lego® Keychain
and many more…
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Token package: HK$200 for 10 tokens
What’s more, you can get extra rewards upon single online purchase of designated quantity of token packages:
- 1 Carnival Token Package: Receive a Donut Café mini popcorn (Valued at HK$15)
- 2 Carnival Token Packages: Receive a Britt Bear (Valued at HK$379 – 485)
- 4 Carnival Token Packages: Receive a Teddy Blanket (Valued at HK$835) or Kids Tulle Dress (Valued at HK$889)
* Rewards are subject to quota availability and available on first-come-first-served basis, while stocks last; please click here to refer to the terms and conditions for details.
For reservation of Happy Mega Slide, Donut Golf Club and Art Jamming, please call the K11 MUSEA hotline 3892 3890.
American artist Joel Shapiro’s large sculpture Untitled (1992) exhibits the signature sense of movement in Shapiro’s works, which, through the arrangement of simplified elements, are powerfully suggestive of active human forms that engage viewers’ physical and psychological relationships with space. Subverting a distinction between abstraction and representation, the artist reconsiders the modern figurative tradition, creating abstract geometric sculpture that appears to reach, balance, and dance. His work as a whole can be seen as an ongoing succession of movements in which each individual work represents one significant action.
Joel Shapiro, Untitled, 1992, bronze, 10' 7-3/4" x 6' 6-3/4" x 2' 3" © 2020 Joel Shapiro / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, courtesy Pace Gallery
Selected vintage Cheongsams will be showcased alongside tailoring tools. Master Yin Kou Zhang, a Hong Kong Cheongsam tailor with 40 years of experience will demonstrate different processes in the making of Cheongsam and flower buttons on site. Come and experience the artistic tradition.
Date: 6 June – 18 July 2020 (Every Sat)
Time: 2:00 – 2:45pm (Live Demonstration)
2:45 – 3:15pm (Flower Button Workshop)*
*Enrolment: Download ‘K11 HK’ Mobile App & scan the QR code with the ‘K11 HK’ Mobile App on-site. Quota applies & it is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Venue: Near CK Calvin Klein, Shop 1116, 1F
Cheongsam tailor-making service is also available. Click here for Cheongsam style reference.
If you are interested to make appointment, please contact:
Tel: 3723 0130
Titled Under Heaven and Here on Earth, the collaboration pays homage to the artist’s oeuvre blending pop cultural references with the human psyche and emotions. This specially curated collaboration includes XU ZHEN®’s iconic Under Heaven series that recalls the playful and sweet nature of love. Living and working in Shanghai, XU ZHEN® is a multi-disciplinary artist whose practice covers photography, sculpture, painting, video, and performance.
Under Heaven and Here on Earth will feature three of his most iconic works : Under Heaven -2801PR0176; Eternity-Northern Qi painted Bodhisattva, River God Ilissos from West Pediment of Parthenon; and Double Nature. Through the processes of juxtaposition and coexistence, the three artworks depict harmony across artistic media, cultures, and historical ages. From these portrayals of unity, visitors may experience the different phases of love from its inception to the coming together of soulmates and their happily ever after, which completes every love story.