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06 Nov - 07 Nov

Standard Chartered presents: Arts in the Park 2021

By Localiiz 5 November 2021

Event Information

START DATE 06 Nov 2021
END DATE 07 Nov 2021
West Kowloon Art Park, West Kowloon Cultural District, Tsim Sha Tsui
(+852) 2877 2625

On 6 and 7 November, Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2021 brings the characters of Peter Pan to life and transforms the West Kowloon Cultural District Art Park into a magical Neverland with a full programme of visual arts and performing arts activities.

Organised by Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation, sponsored by Standard Chartered Community Foundation and powered by Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited, Standard Chartered Arts in the Park is Hong Kong’s largest outdoor youth arts carnival. This year, the two-day carnival will include six types of arts activities—a colourful giant puppet and dramatic costume showcase, 12 interactive art stalls, stage performances, storytelling theatres, installations exhibiting 9,000 artworks, and a photo area for capturing fun moments with family and friends. All activities are free and open to everyone. Join us for a spectacular weekend of arts experiences for all ages!

Alongside two days of outdoor events in the Art Park, there will also be a five-day-long programme of online arts activities—all inspired by the magical story of Peter Pan. The family-friendly activities include storytelling theatre performances, dance performances, a cappella performances, a peg puppet parade experience, a DIY paper crocodile experience, DIY costume experiences—all designed to help children get creative at home with the family and get everyone in a carnival mood!

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