Donut and Ah Meow are taking our little ones on a stunning adventure at the 3-storey high unique sculptural slide, custom-designed by award-winning Danish playground design firm MONSTRUM, at Donut Playhouse! Enter to enjoy the wonderful experience once registered as Donut Kids Club member after purchase entry ticket. What’s more? The groundbreaking digital interactive game encourages kids to engage their 5 senses and become little problem-solvers. Oh, have we mentioned the exciting physical games and more? It’s definitely a perfect place for families!
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K11 MUSEA is committed in fostering cross-cultural and art exchanges, we are proud to present a minimalist performance series by the Hong Kong Contemporary Music Group, inspired by the collection of iconic artworks on display at the K11 Art & Cultural Centre. The series pays tribute to 3 iconic and pioneering minimalist composers – Terry Riley, Philip Glass and Michael Nyman.
The hugely influential and significant minimalist movement in music, with its ingenious use of patterns, removed the trivial barriers forged between ‘high’ and ‘low’ art in music; resonating to K11’s vision to advocate the interconnectedness of creativity, culture and innovation for global millennial appreciation in art.
The centrepiece of the entire programme, Terry Riley’s In C, written back in 1964, was the founding work of the minimalist movement in music. The most striking aspect of this work is its flexibility – above the always-present pulsating ‘groove’ that propels the music forward, each musician has a high degree of freedom when performing and interacting with neighbouring musicians – and yet each rendition is unmistakably recognisable as In C. Riley’s In C, with no fixed instrumentation, is in essence about community, and its ecology of continually evolving landscape is perhaps comparable to the space at the K11 Art & Cultural Centre.
The programme is curated and directed by Dr. Fung Lam, previously the Director of Artistic Planning with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra who also holds the distinction of being the first Hong Kong composer ever commissioned by the BBC.
Join us in this stimulating and minimalist music programme.
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The “Little Nature Ambassador Programme” is curated by Nature Discovery Park in partnership with The Jane Goodall Institute Hong Kong – founded by United Nations Peace Ambassador, Dr. Jane Goodall. The Programme is also supported by local social organizations Beyond Vision Projects, AESIR and SLCO Community Resources Limited.
Each participant will be able to receive:
• An e-Certificate of Achievement signed by Nature Discovery Park and The Jane Goodall Institute Hong Kong upon completion of all modules.
• Four online modules - covering Earth, Sea and Sky natural elements, Hong Kong’s Biodiversity, Lifecycle of Plants, Sustainable Living Tips and Recycling Concepts to encourage children to adopt Eco-friendly daily habits.
• One Take-home learning kit – Nature Discovery Park Storybook, Tactile learning sheets with Braille and augmented reality-enabled sign bilingual vocabulary learning package.
This programme aims to nurture a new generation of sustainability changemakers. Through the multi-sensory learning kit, children will discover the mysteries of nature and be motivated to care about the environment. The programme also aims to promote social inclusion and Creating Shared Value (CSV).
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Award winning French artist Neïl Beloufa’s first showcase in HK
Titled Long Time No See, this is the visionary French artist Neïl Beloufa's first showcase in Hong Kong. His work is present in numerous prestigious collection including the collection of Centre Pompidou, Paris Museum of Modern Art; New York, Sammlung Goetz; Munich and more.
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The focal point of the showcase, the video and installation Life as Data from 2014 is part of a series of works which announced a lot of today's reality. In this video work, a group of French mathematicians attempt to predict the love dynamics of a group of Canadians through algorithmic formulas, a method now commonly used to track consumer choices and preferences, both online and offline. Since the pandemic, our life has moved further into the digital world, creating new systems and new hierarchies, a phenomena that Beloufa has always been interested in, with projects such as his recent website "screen-talk.com", adapted from a film originally shot in 2014, the Screen Talk series depicts a world with a precursory vision and an offbeat tone. Additionally, these projects are an exploratory look at a new model of producing artistic work with an online distribution with major partners such as K11 Art Foundation.
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