The West Kowloon Cultural District will establish a new vibrant cultural quarter located on a dramatic harbour-front site in the heart of Hong Kong

Digital Content

During this time of social distancing, you can stay at home to enjoy our performance.

An Invitation: On Empty Theatre

What is the nature of theatre when live performance is impossible? Standing alone in a black box theatre, facing an empty auditorium, 30 Hong Kong-based actors explore their relationship with theatre and the audience in a series of profound and heartfelt videos

#MplusFromHome

In response to the unprecedented situation facing numerous museums and cultural organisations in Hong Kong and around the world, M+ joins our many museum colleagues’ efforts in providing online content and resources for you to enjoy and use at home

Musical Theatre Appreciation Series

In this series of three talks, award-winning composer and music director Cynthia Wong Chi-wing offers a short history of musical theatre, discusses iconic and upcoming UK and US productions, and looks at Hong Kong’s blossoming musical theatre scene
29.7-30.9.2020

How Did You Two Meet? — Online Talks

In this series, curators draw connections between uncommon pairings of works of art, design, and architecture from the M+ Collections to spark new stories
28.5-27.8.2020

Shirley Tse: Stakes and Holders

M+ Pavilion is closed until 11 August 2020 (Tuesday)
1.7-4.10.2020|M+ Pavilion, Art Park

M+ Stories

Ten Hong Kong Films You Might Have Missed

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M+ Rover 2016-17

M+ Rover: Travelling Creative Studio is the first major free school outreach programme organised annually by M+. The 8 metre-long tailor-made trailer is a pop-up creative studio that will tour to secondary schools and community spaces during the academic year from February to June 2017

Hong Kong International Black Box Festival

Co-presented with HKRep, the four-week festival presents four productions from around the world and showcases unconventional theatre forms that blur the lines between representations of fiction and reality. Tickets available at URBTIX now
11.10-2.11.2018

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Artist and curator in dialogue online: Shirley Tse’s Sculptural Processes, Tools, and Objects

In ‘Shirley Tse: Stakes and Holders’, Tse explores ancient and recent technologies in craft, manufacturing, and communications to create works that shed light on contemporary society

West Kowloon 101

West Kowloon 101 is a series of 90-minute public talks on arts appreciation, arts and cultural management and Chinese culture. Casual and informative, the talks offer a fundamental level of understanding to aid appreciation and enhance enjoyment of arts and cultural programmes. Register Now

Highlights of West Kowloon Programmes in 2018

Take a look at the photos of the latest arts and cultural programmes. Hope to see you again in our upcoming events

Construction Updates

Recent construction updates of West Kowloon

Roving Exhibition on the Xiqu Centre

West Kowloon is staging a roving exhibition on the Xiqu Centre in which the general public can gain a greater understanding on the construction progress of the venue which is scheduled for opening in late 2018

M+, Museum for visual culture

Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron, working with Hong Kong-based TFP Farrells and Ove Arup & Partners HK, has been selected to design the M+ building

M+ Pavilion

M+ Pavilion is the primary site for M+ exhibitions in the run-up to the completion of the M+ building

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Xiqu Centre

A world-class arts venue dedicated to promoting the rich heritage of xiqu. See the latest updates on the Construction Progress

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Freespace

The platform for artists and audience to encounter, exchange ideas and explore the endless possibilities of performing arts without boundaries

Art Park

The new Art Park will be the green heart of the cultural district and feature a rich variety of trees and green planting as well as open lawn spaces for leisure and relaxation

Hong Kong Palace Museum

The museum will have 7,600 square metres of gallery space dedicated to gold, bronze and jade items, paintings, and ceramic objects, as well as displays on life in the Imperial Court