All posts tagged: SICD

South Island Art Day

Saturday, September 2112 – 8pm Following highly successful South Island Art Days over the past 5 years, SICD promises an exciting and varied program including art exhibitions in 13 art spaces, giving visitors the opportunity to attend exhibition openings, interact with local and international artists, experience contemporary art, performances, as well as enjoy free food and drink from our south side partners. Beside the indoor art activities, we will run an outdoor installation program. Around 10 local and international artists will install interactive pieces in the streets of Wong Chuk Hang. Visitors will therefore be able to experience more art from different artists going from one gallery to another. For more information visit sicd.com.hk or contact us on T +852 2696 2300 E contact@sicd.com.hk.

South Island Art Day

29 March 201910am –2pm 16 of the South Island Cultural District (SICD) galleries and artist studios open their doors as part of Art Basel Hong Kong and Art Central VIP Programmes. Yet this exceptional event is also open to the general public and the admission is free. Following highly successful South Island Art Days over the past 5 years, the SICD is expecting around 2000 local and international art lovers, collectors and curators to attend the event held in Hong Kong’s new destination for contemporary art. Art Day ProgramSICD promises an exciting and varied programme giving visitors the opportunity to see 16 exceptional exhibitions, interact with local and international artists, attend unique performances, join guided tours as well as enjoy free food and drink from its south side partners. Outdoor Installations and PerformancesBeside the indoor contemporary art exhibitions and performances, SICD runs an outdoor installation programme. While walking from one gallery to another, visitors will be able to experience installations by Kacey Wong and David Boyce scattered along the streets of Wong Chuk Hang. During a four …

Don’t miss the 11th South Island Art Day on Saturday, September 22

Following highly successful South Island Art Days over the past five years, this year the South Island Cultural District (SICD) is teaming up with the Hong Kong Art Gallery Association (HKAGA) to host an even more exciting event. SICD and the HKAGA promise an exciting, varied programme including exhibitions in 13 art spaces, giving visitors the opportunity to attend openings, interact with local and international artists, join guided tours and further experience the diversity of contemporary art through performances and outdoor installations. Admission to the Art Day is free and each participating gallery is offering complimentary food and drinks from our local partners. We look forward to welcoming you together with more than 5,000 other art lovers to Hong Kong’s New Destination for Contemporary Art on September 22. For more information visit sicd.com.hk or contact us on T +852 2696 2300 E contact@sicd.com.hk. Image: Courtesy SICD.

South Island Art Day on March 29

The South Island Cultural District (SICD) galleries and artist studios will open their doors on March 29 as part of the Art Basel HK and Art Central VIP programmes, an event that is also open to the general public with free admission. Following highly successful South Island Art Days over the past four years, the SICD is expecting more than 2,000 local and international art lovers to attend the event, held at Hong Kong’s new destination for contemporary art. Art Day Programme Indoor Exhibitions and Performances  SICD promises an exciting, varied programme including art exhibitions in 17 spaces, giving visitors the opportunity to attend openings, interact with local and international artists, experience contemporary art and performances by Yeung Siu Fong and JonOne, and enjoy free food and drink from our local partners. Outdoor Installations SICD will also run an outdoor installation programme featuring works by Christy Chow, Loiix Fung, Valéry Grancher and David Boyce. Art World Forum This year SICD again partners with the Art World Forum to host a series of talks at L’Hotel South from 10am …