All the way from San Sebastián to Hong Kong, the La Viña pop-up arrives at K11 MUSEA with its original recipes for the classic cheesecake. Indulge in these heavenly desserts while picnicking at the city's oasis with two K11 MUSEA exclusive creations, the Genmaicha 3” Cheesecake and the Earl Grey 6” Cheesecake!
With limited quantities every day, hurry on down to grab your exclusive treats!
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AOS Management Company has brought in a brand new water music fountain show ‘Water of Stars‘ at the Avenue of Stars to rejuvenate Tsim Sha Tsui harbor, bringing visitors a more diversified waterfront experience.
‘Water of Stars‘ is a remarkable musical fountain show with lighting effects. Imagine each sprout of water to be like a graceful ballerina on the tip of her toes, swaying her elegant arms forming beautiful lines and curves to the choreography with a magnificent light show and contemporary music performed by a 68-person orchestra. The fountain is equipped with rainwater collection facilities and solar panels. The unique environmental protection design echoes the social responsibility of sustainable development.
The musical fountain trial show will start from November 20, 2020 and each show lasts between 3 to 5 minutes and follows the tentative schedule.
Announcement on official show details will be published at a later stage.
Mon – Fri 6:00pm | 7:00pm | 8:10pm* | 9pm
Sat – Sun 5:00pm | 6:00pm | 7:00pm | 8:10pm* | 9pm
*With music and lighting effects
Schedule of testing and trial runs are subject to change at any time without prior notice.
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
Part 1: Little insects keep the world moving.
Part 2: Service-oriented little insects – why not!
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?
Part 1: Learn insect-inspired “morse code” and share scientific facts confidently!
Part 2: Insects have superhero capabilities too, what would they be?
Treat yourself and your loved ones to a bespoke aromatherapy experience this February for a thoughtful handmade gift to keep by your side.
Nature Discovery Park is collaborating with Sovos, a local apothecary brand specialising in botanical therapy, to present this unique experience. With the help of aromatherapists, you will learn to blend a personalised fragranced hand sanitiser, made with organic herbs of your choice and a natural and gentle sanitization formula. The experience also includes a visit to Nature Discovery Park, where you can spend time with your loved ones in K11 MUSEA’s tranquil rooftop garden — an oasis amongst the city hustle and bustle.
Thai artist Rirkrit Tiravanija has always focused his oeuvre on the interactions between people and their surroundings rather than aesthetics. By combining elements of visual art, culinary traditions, sports, performances and social interaction, he encourages the public to be a part of the art-making process.
In this interactive piece, Tiravanija references one of the most significant works of Slovakian artist Július Koller (1939 – 2007), J.K. Ping-Pong Club (U.F.O.) Environment (1970). Koller’s practice constantly questions the world and the cultural context, and opens up possibilities for a humanistic utopia at unexpected places. In Ping-Pong Society, Koller set up a ping-pong club for a period of one month where visitors could play. Tiravanija’s untitled 2015 (demain est la question) reactivates this piece; reinvestigating the way visitors relate and interact with the work.
Demain est la question literally means “tomorrow is the question”. The back-and-forth motion of ping-pong ball alludes to mutual communication between individuals, societies and cultures.
The piece wraps up the showcase at 6F, K11 MUSEA, the first-ever comprehensive presentation of Central Eastern European art in Hong Kong and a cornerstone to create dialogues with other cultures.
Click here for details about Tracing the Fragments.
To accompany the showcase, K11 Art Foundation and Q Contemporary will present a series of events, including guided tours and workshops. It is honoured to have invited renowned curator Wang Wei Wei to conduct an online panel in late February to discuss Central Eastern European art.
K11 Art Foundation and Q Contemporary have also co-curated a one-stop self-learning online resources centre. In addition to helping the general public better understand the historical background and context of Central Eastern European and Chinese contemporary art, the greater context also allows viewers to ponder the inner dialogues and interactions found between each piece.
The curated resources, from academic research to varied materials, allow visitors to learn beyond Tracing the Fragments. Visitors are encouraged to explore and discover cultural similarities and differences between Central Eastern European and Chinese art practices, deepening their understanding of both cultures.
Click here to access the Online Resources Centre.
Rirkrit Tiravanija, untitled 2015 (demain est la question), 2015
Exhibition views, Nouveau Festival - Centre Pompidou Paris (15/04/2015–20/07/2015), details Photo ©️ Florian Kleinefenn
Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris