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From 17 Aug onwards
Celebrate Mid-Autumn with Mr Doodle Limited Edition Mooncake Boxset!

World-renowned artist Mr Doodle brings his jovial creativity to K11 MUSEA’s Mid-Autumn festivities at the Gold Ball! Debuting doodles akin to those in his Caravan Chaos series on a one-of-a-kind mooncake box with matching outer packaging, the design pays homage to the lantern-lighting tradition unique to this festival.

The Mid-Autumn celebration is a time dedicated to family reunions, and Mr Doodle’s fun creation reflects the joyous occasion with numerous smiley faces and hidden Mid-Autumn motifs decorating the exterior and around the space.

A collaboration that infuses artistic creativity with tradition, the mooncake box highlights the coming together of innovation with age-old tradition to produce a truly unique piece of art.

Want to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival with Mr Doodle? Immerse in a doodle-filled photo moment and see his exclusive Boxset design now at K11 MUSEA’s Gold Ball (2F) from 17 Aug onwards — where you’ll also catch a glimpse of the one-of-a-kind original sketch of the design.

The Mr Doodle Limited Edition Mooncake Boxset is limited to 500 units, and will be available for purchase on K11 ESHOP starting 20 August 2021.

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From 17 Aug onwards
10:00 - 22:00
2F, Gold Ball, K11 MUSEA
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(Online) Eco-leadership Programme

Online Eco-leadership Programme

Do you know how many insect species live in Hong Kong? 10,000, 20,000 or 30,000? No one knows the exact number, but for sure, they exceed any other groups of animals or plants in terms of diversity. Another certainty is the paramount role that insects play in the functioning and health of ecosystems, even if these roles are often underappreciated or even misunderstood by most people.

Nature Discovery Park and the School of Biological Sciences of The University of Hong Kong co-developed the online eco-leadership programme, which aims to introduce the ecological importance of biodiversity and participants will learn about the direct resources insects provide to human, as well as the influence they have in science and art.

Date: Self-paced with all modules to be completed by 31 Dec 2020

Programme details:

Week 1
Part 1: Little insects keep the world moving.
Part 2: Service-oriented little insects – why not!

Week 2
Part 1: Love art, love science = love insects! Insects benefit various aspects in our lives.
Part 2: How are insects collected responsibly? Are they everywhere?

Week 3
Part 1: Learn insect-inspired “morse code” and share scientific facts confidently!
Part 2: Insects have superhero capabilities too, what would they be?

Language: English

Age: 12+

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Discover the artistry behind K11 and Dior in ‘K11 Original Masters’ Episode 2

Jointly presented by Founder and CEO of K11 and K11 Craft and Guild Foundation Dr. Adrian Cheng and stylist Carine Roitfeld, the second instalment of webinar series ‘K11 Original Masters’ features Gaia Pace, Director of Haute Couture Studios and Research at Dior to showcase the artisanal savoir-faire behind the house’s iconic Lady Dior bag.

Tune in for a rare insider’s look at the creative process of the special edition Cruise Collection 2021 Lady Dior bag and to discover Dr. Adrian Cheng’s efforts to preserve fast-disappearing traditional Chinese craft techniques like Bbaibaoqian through the K11 Craft and Guild Foundation.

This episode of 'K11 Original Masters' premieres via @k11musea on Instagram/Facebook on 18 March at 12pm (Paris), 6pm (Hong Kong) and 6am (New York).

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LEGO®, Let’s Go! Hong Kong’s First LEGOLAND ® Discovery Centre is opening at K11 MUSEA

Hong Kong gets its very first temple dedicated to the world’s most popular toy building bricks, LEGO®, with the LEGO® Discovery Centre newly opened this March at K11 MUSEA. We break down some fun facts and key attractions that the city’s own keen builders are sure to look forward to.

Did you know the first LEGO® block was made from wood in 1932? Danish carpenter Ole Kirk Kristiansen came up with the word “LEGO®“ after the contracted Danish phrase leg godt, meaning “play well”. As machinery and plastics became readily available, the company’s iconic interlocking toy brick system was born, and LEGO® has since become the building blocks to bring imaginations to life.

Now standing on the world stage, the LEGO® brand not only offers its iconic toys, but also boardgames, films, video games, retail stores, and theme parks — including 27 LEGOLAND Discovery Centres all around the world, and with the latest opening at K11 MUSEA this March. Expect 10 exciting LEGO attractions at LEGOLAND ® Discovery Centre Hong Kong and look forward to a day of fun with the whole family

Taking a team of 46 LEGO Builders, 9 LEGO Designers, 4 Technicians and over 7,150 hours, MINILAND® is the first-of-its-kind miniature LEGO® replica of Hong Kong’s famous landmarks and streetways, including the Peak Tram, Star Ferry Central Pier, Temple Street and K11 MUSEA itself! The must-see attraction is worth spending time browsing as you spot all the intricate details.

For adventure seekers, the ride attraction Kingdom Quest is where you can embark on a mission to rescue a captured princess by defeating enemies along the way. You won’t want to miss Merlin’s Apprentice, either: a thrill ride where you can pedal your way to becoming the strongest wizard. Those who want to be floored by sights and sounds will want to check out the LEGO ® 4D Studio, as the 3D film transitions into a full-fledged 4D adventure — complete with rain, wind, and even snow, all under K11 MUSEA’s roof!

Testing your creativity (and the laws of physics) at the Master Build Classroom, LEGO ® Creative Workshop and Build & Test stations — particularly if you love to test the speed and durability of your race car creations.

And of course, who can forget the LEGO® Cafe, best reserved for a relaxing pitstop between all the exciting attractions, and the Gift Shop, featuring exclusive products only available at K11 MUSEA!

Rest assured, as the ultimate indoor kid’s playground, LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre is well-equipped with the sanitation and crowd control measures for the current situation, so parents and kids alike can play to their heart’s content with peace of mind.

Grab your tickets now and join us at LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre for a full day of LEGO® building fun!

Opening Hours: Weekdays, 11:00am-8:00pm (Last Entry: 7:00pm) | Weekends 10:00am - 9:00pm (Last Entry : 8:00pm)

Location: B131-133, B1/F, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2143 7300

Ticketing Information: Single Day Admission Passes from HK$240 per person; Annual Passes from HK$799 per person. Limited-time packages inclusive of special souvenirs also available at HK$499 (original price HK$629), click below to learn more!

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B131-133, B1/F, K11 MUSEA
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K11 Konversations: Wong Kar Wai and Hong Kong’s Golden Age of Cinema

As K11 MUSEA presents the Sotheby’s Hong Kong 2021 Autumn Auctions Preview — unveiling director Wong Kar Wai’s archival film memorabilia spanning 30 years — we invite a panel of speakers to take a retrospective look at Wong’s monumental career leading up to this point. In this latest installment of K11 Konversations, we delve into the legendary filmmaker’s body of work and the future of the film industry under a technological lens.

Discussing the importance of Wong Kar Wai’s work, special guests Felix Kwok and Max Moore of Sotheby’s and artist Raymond Fung chat with moderator Dr. Winnie Yee, Senior Lecturer of Comparative Literature at The University of Hong Kong on Sotheby’s unprecedented collaboration with the director, the impact of Wong’s avant-garde films and modern art, and the film and art industry going forward with technologies like NFT on the rise.

Date: 18 Sep 2021
Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: 605, 6F, K11 Art & Cultural Centre

Felix Kwok, Head of Modern Art (Asia), Sotheby’s
Max Moore, Head of Contemporary Art Sales (Asia), Sotheby’s
Raymond Fung, Artist & Architect

Dr. Winnie Yee, Senior Lecturer of Comparative Literature at HKU

605, 6F, K11 Art & Cultural Centre