Hong Kong's first international
sculpture park

About

Hong Kong's first international sculpture park, Harbour Arts Sculpture Park transforms Hong Kong's iconic harbourfront with artworks by established and emerging local and international contemporary artists. An unprecedented display of public art in Hong Kong, this free sculpture park of museum-quality works is curated by Tim Marlow (Artistic Director at the Royal Academy of Arts) and Fumio Nanjo (Director of Mori Art Museum and Director of International Programme at Hong Kong Art School), and offers a unique opportunity to experience world-class art against the backdrop of the Hong Kong skyline. Cementing the city's position as a global arts player, Harbour Arts Sculpture Park is accompanied by a diverse and extensive programme of workshops and educational activities, demonstrating that art is for all ages and interests.

EXHIBITION venue

Central and Western District Promenade, The Hong Kong Arts Centre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Western Garden, Edinburgh Place

EXHIBITION date

22/02/2018
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11/04/2018

Central and Western District Promenade
Exit Admiralty MTR Station via Exit A. Take the elevated walkway across Harcourt Road at the north of Admiralty Centre, then follow the pedestrian path along Tamar Park to The Legislative Council Complex.

The Hong Kong Arts Centre
From Wan Chai MTR Station: At Exit C, take the footbridge towards Immigration Tower, exit on to Harbour Road, then turn left. The Hong Kong Arts Centre is a one-minute walk away.

From Admiralty MTR Station: From Exit E2, walk through Harcourt Garden, and take the footbridge leading to the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. Turn right at Fenwick Street and walk for two minutes to Hong Kong Arts Centre.

The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Exit Admiralty MTR Station via Exit E2. Walk through Harcourt Garden and take the footbridge leading to The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.

Western Garden
Exit Wan Chai MTR Station via Exit C. Take the footbridge towards Immigration Tower, exit on to Harbour Road, then cross the road. Western Garden is next to Grand Hyatt Hong Kong.

Edinburgh Place & Hong Kong City Hall
Exit Central MTR Station via Exit J or K. Follow the signs to Hong Kong City Hall.

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Locations

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Artists

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Artworks

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Activities

Artists

ANTONY GORMLEY

BOSCO SODI

CONRAD SHAWCROSS

GIMHONGSOK

HANK WILLIS THOMAS

HO KWUN TING

JENNY HOLZER

KACEY WONG

KO SIN TUNG

MARK WALLINGER

MATTHEW TSANG MAN FU

MICHAEL CRAIG-MARTIN

MORGAN WONG

RASHEED ARAEEN

TONY OURSLER

TRACEY EMIN

WONG CHI-YUNG

YAYOI KUSAMA

ZHAN WANG

ZHENG GUOGU

Activities

Cantonese sessions:

12:00noon - 1:30pm

  • 03/03/2018(Sat)
  • 04/03/2018(Sun)
  • 10/03/2018(Sat)
  • 24/03/2018(Sat)
  • 30/03/2018(Fri)
  • 31/03/2018(Sat)
  • 07/04/2018(Sat)

2:00pm-3:30pm

  • 25/02/2018(Sun)
  • 17/03/2018(Sat)
  • 30/03/2018(Fri)
  • 31/03/2018(Sat)

4:00pm-5:30pm

  • 17/03/2018(Sat)
  • 18/03/2018(Sun)
  • 24/03/2018(Sat)
  • 25/03/2018(Sun)
  • 28/03/2018(Wed)
  • 29/03/2018(Thu)

English sessions:

2:00pm-3:30pm

  • 28/03/2018(Wed)
  • 29/03/2018(Thu)
  • 30/03/2018(Fri)
  • 31/03/2018(Sat)
  • 01/04/2018(Sun)

4:00pm-5:30pm

  • 28/03/2018(Wed)
  • 29/03/2018(Thu)
  • 30/03/2018(Fri)
  • 31/03/2018(Sat)
  • 01/04/2018(Sun)
Harbour Arts Sculpture Park Jockey Club Arts Education Programme: Guided Tour

Capacity: 20 people per tour
Language: Cantonese and English
Gathering Point: Tamar Park Culture Plaza (next to artwork 16 – UK artist Mark Wallinger's White Horse)

Get to know the stories behind the sculptures in this 90-minute guided tour of Hong Kong's first international sculpture park.

Free admission on a first-come, first-served basis. Online registration required.

‘If your organisation would like to join the “Harbour Arts Sculpture Park” Jockey Club Arts Education programme, please contact guidedtour@hkac.org.hk

2:30pm – 5:00pm

  • 10/03/2018(Sat)
  • 11/03/2018(Sun)
  • 24/03/2018(Sat)
  • 25/03/2018(Sun)
  • 07/04/2018(Sat)
  • 08/04/2018(Sun)
"Harbour Arts Sculpture Park" Jockey Club Arts Education Programme - Workshop
Move the Big Bear!

Age: 3-8
Tutors: Lilian Luk and Flora So
Capacity: 15 people per workshop
Language: Cantonese
Gathering Point: Tamar Park Culture Plaza (next to artwork 16 – UK artist Mark Wallinger's White Horse)

This drama workshop, designed especially for children and their families, invites young creatives to use their imaginations to make sculptures come alive. Through various exciting and challenging exercises designed and led by the artist tutors, children are encouraged to immerse themselves in the playground of creative freedom and self-expression.

Free admission on a first-come, first-served basis. Online registration required.

‘If your organisation would like to join the “Harbour Arts Sculpture Park” Jockey Club Arts Education programme, please contact guidedtour@hkac.org.hk

Each workshop includes an hour family guided tour of the exhibition, followed by artist-led activities.

2:30pm – 5:00pm

  • 03/03/2018(Sat)
  • 04/03/2018(Sun)
  • 11/03/2018 (Sun)
  • 18/03/2018(Sun)
  • 25/03/2018(Sun)
  • 01/04/2018(Sun)
"Harbour Arts Sculpture Park" Jockey Club Arts Education Programme - Workshop
In Dialogue with Sculptures

Age: 15+
Tutor: Serene Hui
Capacity: 15 people per workshop
Language: Cantonese
Gathering Point: Tamar Park Culture Plaza (next to artwork 16 – UK artist Mark Wallinger's White Horse)

Artist Serene Hui will help you to understand and appreciate selected sculptures from the park. This workshop explores how sculptures act as devices to tell stories with fascinating links to your everyday life and to the world around you.

Free admission on a first-come, first-served basis. Online registration required.

‘If your organisation would like to join the “Harbour Arts Sculpture Park” Jockey Club Arts Education programme, please contact guidedtour@hkac.org.hk

Each workshop includes an hour public guided tour of the exhibition, followed by artist-led activities.

Leong Iat-hong

2:30pm -4:00pm

  • 04/03/2018(Sun)
  • 08/04/2018(Sun)

Lam Siu-leung

2:30pm -4:00pm

  • 11/03/2018(Sun)
  • 25/03/2018(Sun)
"Harbour Arts Sculpture Park" Jockey Club Arts Education Programme - Mobile Art Lab
i-dArt Creative Workshop

Age:
15+
04/03/2018(Sun), 11/03/2018(Sun)

8-12 with parents
25/03/2018(Sun), 08/04/2018(Sun)

Tutor: Leong Iat-hong and Lam Siu-leung
Capacity: 20 people per workshop
Language: Cantonese
Gathering Point: Tamar Park Culture Plaza (next to artwork 16 – UK artist Mark Wallinger's White Horse)

Artists Leong Iat-hong and Lam Siu-leung each have their own distinct creative personalities. Lam's 'distance of impression' examines distorted images, space and time, while Leong's drawing is perhaps best described as ordered chaos. In this workshop, the artists will perform live demonstrations, showcasing their creative processes and in turn allowing you to understand and appreciate different kinds of creative styles to inspire creativity in your daily life.

Special thanks to i-dArt

Free admission on a first-come, first-served basis. Online registration required.

‘If your organisation would like to join the “Harbour Arts Sculpture Park” Jockey Club Arts Education programme, please contact guidedtour@hkac.org.hk

2:30pm -4:30pm

  • 25/02/2018(Sun)
  • 10/03/2018(Sat)
  • 24/03/2018(Sat)
  • 01/04/2018(Sun)
"Harbour Arts Sculpture Park" Jockey Club Arts Education Programme - Mobile Art Lab
Sculpture Playground Creative Model Making Workshop

Age:
15+
25/02/2018(Sun), 10/03/2018(Sat)

8-12 with parents
24/03/2018(Sun), 01/04/2018(Sun)

Tutor: Tony Ip
Capacity: 20 people per workshop
Language: Cantonese
Gathering Point: Tamar Park Culture Plaza (next to artwork 16 - UK artist Mark Wallinger's White Horse)

If architecture can traverse art, then can sculpture traverse architecture?

In this fascinating workshop, award-winning architect Tony Ip will help you deconstruct the code between architecture and sculpture. Through creative model creation, based on your favorite work in the sculpture park, you will have the chance to build your own creative playground. Sessions will also involve active discussion and sharing, helping you better understand the relationship between architecture and art in the city.

Free admission on a first-come, first-served basis. Online registration required.

‘If your organisation would like to join the “Harbour Arts Sculpture Park” Jockey Club Arts Education programme, please contact guidedtour@hkac.org.hk

4:15pm - 6:30pm

  • 20/03/2018 (Tue)
  • 23/03/2018 (Fri)
  • 24/03/2018 (Sat)
"Harbour Arts Sculpture Park" Jockey Club Arts Education Programme - Artist Residency Workshops
"Voice Over" Workshop

Age:
13+
20/03/2018(Tue), 23/03/2018(Fri)

8+ & their family members.
24/03/2018(Sat)

Tutor: Wong Tin Yan
Capacity: 15 people per workshop
Language: Cantonese
Gathering Point: Hong Kong Arts Centre

In the project Harbour Arts Sculpture Park, Hong Kong local artist Wong Tin Yan is invited to organise a series of workshops and create a site-specific artwork at the Central and Western District Promenade as an extension of the "The Truth is…" workshop and creative concept of another artist in-residence, Hank Willis Thomas, exploring history, politics, identity and pop culture.

This workshop titled "Voice Over" serves as the continuation of the discussions done in Thomas' workshop in Hong Kong, and a response to his exhibited work Truth Bubble Sign Tree and his past work For Freedoms. The artist believes that artistic creation is not only about visual elements, but the invitation to think and feel. Audiences are encouraged to search for "truth", "love" and "freedom", and create dialogue plates through carpentry, which will be used by the artist to become part of the installation artwork at the Central and Western District Promenade, as a showcase of achievements of the workshop.

Free admission on a first-come, first-served basis. Online registration required.

‘If your organisation would like to join the “Harbour Arts Sculpture Park” Jockey Club Arts Education programme, please contact guidedtour@hkac.org.hk

11am - 6pm

  • 24/02/2018(Sat)
Harbour Arts Sculpture Park Hong Kong Jockey Club Arts Education Programme: Public Art Symposium Public Art Power: The Role of Art in Society Today

Capacity: 550
Language: English (With simultaneous interpretation service)
Venue: The Hong Kong Jockey Club Amphitheatre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

"Public Art Power: The Role of Art in Society Today" is an educational symposium and an opportunity for artists, arts professionals, government officials, architects, property developers, students and members of the public to come together to discuss issues relating to the creation and presentation of public art. The symposium will raise a range of thought-provoking issues, including what constitutes public art; whether all sculptures and public artworks should be pleasing to the eye or thought-provoking and explore controversial issues relevant to their context; and whether public art should be impactful, educational, functional or serve an exclusively aesthetic purpose.

Speakers:
Timothy Calnin (Director, Tai Kwun – Centre for Heritage and Arts [The Jockey Club CPS Limited]), Michael Craig-Martin (Participating artist, Harbour Arts Sculpture Park), Charlotte Cohen (Executive Director, Brooklyn Arts Council, NYC, USA), Connie Lam (Executive Director, Hong Kong Arts Centre), Lesley Lau (Head of Art Promotion Office, Leisure & Cultural Services Department, Hong Kong ), Tim Marlow (Co-Curator of Harbour Arts Sculpture Park and Artistic Director, Royal Academy of Arts), Fumio Nanjo (Co-Curator of Harbour Arts Sculpture Park and Director of Mori Art Museum, Japan; International Director of Art Education at Hong Kong Art School), Elaine W. Ng (Editor and publisher, ArtAsiaPacific), Alyssa Nitchun (Acting Executive Director, Creative Time, NYC, USA), Alex Schady (Director of Art, Central Saint Martins, London, UK), Hank Willis Thomas (Participating artist, Harbour Arts Sculpture Park), Kacey Wong (Participating artist, Harbour Arts Sculpture Park), Wong Tin Yan (Participating artist, Harbour Arts Sculpture Park).

Free admission on a first-come, first-served basis. Online registration required.

HARBOUR ARTS SCULPTURE PARK APP

Competition

About

To celebrate Harbour Arts Sculpture Park, the city’s first ever international sculpture park, you are invited to participate in the Harbour Arts Sculpture Park Photo Competition sponsored by Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Asia) Limited ("ICBC (Asia)"). The competition is open to everyone – all you need is a camera. Get snapping to be in with a chance to win some amazing prizes!

Categories

Professional Category
Display your professional photography skills by capturing the beauty and essence of the artworks featured in Harbour Arts Sculpture Park.

Amateur Category
With the Harbour Arts Sculpture Park as the backdrop, capture a picture-perfect moment with your families or friends among the artworks.

Most Liked Photograph
Get the most Likes to win!

How to enter

Step 1
Click "+" and select photo for submission
Step 2
Fill in your personal details
Step 3
Select the category you want to enter
Step 4
Read through and agree to the Terms and Conditions to officially join the competition
This part is not found in the Chinese version. Please ensure the consistent.

Results will be announced on the ICBC (Asia) Facebook page 「熱愛好生活by ICBC (Asia)」 and WeChat official account 「工銀亞洲」 on 27 April 2018.

The Presenter shall not be liable for any fault with any of the prizes and any issues or queries relating to the condition of the prizes.
To enter the competition, you must be of legal age (18 years old or above).
All submitted photos will be screened by the Presenter and will be uploaded onto the Photo Gallery within 48 hours after the screening. Upon publication, participant can then share their photo using the photo URL as assigned.

Prizes
Prizes in the following categories will be sponsored and awarded by ICBC (Asia):

  1. Professional Category (3 prizes: Champion, 1st and 2nd runner up)
  2. Amateur Category (3 prizes: Champion, 1st and 2nd runner up)
  3. Most ‘Liked’ Photograph (1 prize: Based on the likes accumulated in the Competition Photo Gallery)
  4. Champion: ICBC (Asia) Free Credit Card Spending Limit to the value of HK$10,000
  5. 1st runner-up: ICBC (Asia) Free Credit Card Spending Limit to the value of HK$5,000
  6. 2nd runner-up: ICBC (Asia) Free Credit Card Spending Limit to the value of HK$2,000
  7. Most ‘Liked’ Photograph: ICBC (Asia) Free Credit Card Spending Limit to the value of HK$1,000

The photos will be selected by the panel of professional judges and their decision is final. Images will be judged based on originality, creativity and relevance to the theme.

DROP YOUR PHOTO HERE

TERMS & CONDITIONS

  • 1. All submitted entries should be related to the sculptures featured in Harbour Arts Sculpture Park.
  • 2. Each participant can submit one photo ONLY of not more than 5MB in size and can join one category ONLY. Photos submitted more than once will be removed from the competition. Submitted images should be in JPEG/JPG/PNG/GIF format.
  • 3. Participants are free to use any kind of camera and any sort of photographic equipment.
  • 4. The submitted entry must be an original creation of the participant that has never been published or entered into any other competition.
  • 5. The submitted entry must not be pornographic, violent, discriminatory, defamatory or contrary to the law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. The Presenter (i.e. Hong Kong Arts Centre) has the right to reject any entries that are inappropriate, irrelevant to the theme of the competition or in the wrong format as stated by the Presenter and the Sponsor (i.e. Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Asia) Limited ).
  • 6. By submitting a photo for the competition, the participant will be regarded as having granted the Presenter and the Sponsor the right to use the Photo in print, broadcast and/or electronic media without any fee payment incurred, and for the purposes of promoting the competition or areas that related to the Presenter and the Sponsor’s marketing and publicity campaign.
  • 7. The Presenter and the Sponsor have the right to use, publish or display the entry made by the participant for any publicity purpose. The Presenter and the Sponsor will have the right to use and publish the photos that have been entered into the competition without prior notice to the participants or paying participants any copyright fees. All submitted images are non-returnable. The file name for each image should be clearly labelled with the participant’s name, and where the image was taken.
  • 8. Each image submitted must be the original and unpublished photo of the participant who must also be its copyright owner.
  • 9. All submitted photos will be screened by the Presenter and will be uploaded onto the Photo Gallery within 48 hours after the screening. Upon publication, participant can then share their photo using the photo URL as assigned.
  • 10. In case of any disputes over the rules and regulations of the competition, the Presenter and the Sponsor reserves the right to the final decision. The Presenter has the right to amend the rules and regulations of the competition without giving prior notice to the participant.
  • 11. The Presenter and the Sponsor reserve the right to reject images with incomplete details required under the photo submission page. The submission deadline is 11 April 2018 before 11:59pm.
  • 12. Subject to the Guidelines and sponsored by the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Asia) Limited ("ICBC (Asia)"), ICBC (Asia) Harbour Arts Sculpture Park Photo Competition (“the Competition”) begins on 22/02/2018 at 11:00 a.m. and ends on 11/04/2018 at 11:59 p.m. ("Competition Period"). No purchase necessary to enter. Void where prohibited by law. Odds of winning depend upon the number of eligible entries received during the Competition Period. To enter the competition, you must be of legal age (18 years old or above). Not more than one photo can be uploaded onto the Competition Photo Gallery on this app. There is a limit of one (1) entry per person. Entries will be deemed to have been submitted by the authorised account holder associated with the email address used at the time of the entry. "Authorised account holder" is defined as the natural person who is assigned to the email. At the end of the competition period, seven (7) winners will be chosen, and winners will be announced on 27 April 2018 after the end of the competition period on the ICBC (Asia) Facebook page and WeChat account. Winners must send a message to the Presenter via email within 72 hours after receiving the notification email, otherwise the Winner shall be automatically deemed to have forfeited the prize. Winners will be notified the details of collecting the prize via email too. By participating in the Competition, you agree to:
    a) comply with and abide by these terms and the decision of the Presenter and the Sponsor, which shall be final and binding in all respects; and
    b) release, discharge, and hold harmless the Sponsor and its respective affiliates, subsidiaries, and employees from all liability for claims, or damages arising out of their participation in the competition.
    c) provide true and accurate information, any misrepresentation or failure to provide the information may result in the disqualification of the competition. Personal information will only be used for the purposes of the competition and will be shared with the Sponsor for the purpose of result announcement only.

To be eligible to win the prizes, the winner must complete, sign, and return an affirmation of eligibility of release, of liability, where permitted by law, and any other forms required by a taxing authority. The free credit card spending limit will be credited to the winner’s ICBC Credit Card one month after the result announcement. The winners must hold an ICBC Credit Card in order to enjoy the prizes. For winners who do not have an ICBC Credit Card, they have to apply for one in order to enjoy the free credit card spending limit. If the winner’s credit card application is rejected by ICBC (Asia), the winner is required to open ICBC (Asia)’s bank account and the prize will be credited to the winner’s ICBC (Asia)’s bank account. The free credit card spending limit is for credit card spending only and cannot be used for cash advance or payment. Prizes cannot be returned or exchanged. The Sponsor reserves the right to modify or cancel this competition at any time without notice. Acknowledgement that the Competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook and Apple.

SPONSOR: Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Asia) Limited ("ICBC (Asia)")

Thank you for participating in the ICBC (Asia) Harbour Arts Sculpture Park Photo Competition! Photo will be uploaded onto the Photo Gallery within 48 hours after the screening. Like the ICBC (Asia) Facebook page 「熱愛好生活by ICBC (Asia)」and follow ICBC (Asia) WeChat official account 「工銀亞洲」 for competition updates and follow the live results announcement. Good luck!

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Like the ICBC (Asia) Facebook page 「熱愛好生活by ICBC (Asia)」 and follow ICBC (Asia) WeChat official account 「工銀亞洲」 for the competition updates and get tips on how to take a prize-worthy photo.

Competition results will be announced on the ICBC (Asia) Facebook page 「熱愛好生活by ICBC (Asia)」and WeChat official account 「工銀亞洲」 on 27 April 2018. Winners will also be notified individually via email.

LOCATION

  • Central and Western District Promenade
  • The Hong Kong Arts Centre
  • The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
  • Western Garden
  • Edinburgh Place