CJC Fellowship Hong Kong 2018: Call for Application

What? Organised by Cultural Journalism Campus, CJC Fellowship returns to Art Basel for the fifth year in a row in March 2018. Taught and mentored by experienced industry professionals, each year up to TEN CJC fellows are selected to undergo intensive training through writing workshops, gallery visits and lectures on cultural and creative industries in Asia. Stationed at Art Basel to cover … Continue reading CJC Fellowship Hong Kong 2018: Call for Application

《物體不明》: 日常不平常

十一月二日,下午一時正,在熙來攘往的大堂內,人來人往間,一場演出正悄然發生。一段對話,沙啞的人聲,宣告《物體不明》演出正式開始。耳內聽到演員的對話,卻看不見演員的真身。尋尋覓覓,人群奇妙地散開,原來,兩名演員就在遠處的玻璃窗旁邊。誰知他們是否一直站在那,等待觀眾的發現?Click story headline to read more ☝

GDJYB: A unique Hong Kong flavour goes abroad

By Kelly Wong and Carmel Yang Autumn is off to an impressive start for GDJYB. Signed up for an October gig at the recent Weekend Concert of "Freespace at Taikoo Place" playing to families, young couples and children at Taikoo Park one Saturday afternoon, they then immediately head to a highly-anticipated performance at Iceland Airwaves beginning of November. … Continue reading GDJYB: A unique Hong Kong flavour goes abroad

Human Body Parts: Pushing the boundaries of polite performances

By Ambrose Li Outbursts of laughter and screams from children and adults alike have been haunting the sleek office lobbies at Taikoo Place over the Halloween weekend, thanks to six giant puppets of disembodied human body parts. This isn’t a Halloween trick-or-treat but immersive theatre. Human Body Parts (HBP) by Melbourne-based Snuff Puppets was brought … Continue reading Human Body Parts: Pushing the boundaries of polite performances

多姿多采而樸實無華的光影手動旅程

猶記得從前老師以舊式投影機上投射筆記,同學都會爭相幫老師換投影片,上下左右常常搞不清楚。隨着電腦和數碼投影機的出現,投影機早已被遺忘。但舊式投影機於來自美國芝加哥的「手動影院」(Manual Cinema) 的手裡得以重生,他們利用舊式投影機結合現代「皮影戲」、現場音樂、演員肢體表演、電影語言及現場錄像等,製作多個獨一無二的劇場作品,其中《露拉,出走中》(Lula del Ray) 便於「自由看@太古坊」開幕禮舉行香港首演。Click story headline to read more ☝️

The Gatling Gun Revival: Why low expectation is the best expectation for indie musicians in Hong Kong

    By Ada Fong and Ronny Cheung On a sunny Saturday afternoon, many families are picnicking at Taikoo Park and enjoying the beautiful autumn weather. Barefoot children happily dance around in circles on the grass to the strong indie rock rhythms of Hong Kong band The Gatling Gun Revival (GGR). This seems an atypical … Continue reading The Gatling Gun Revival: Why low expectation is the best expectation for indie musicians in Hong Kong