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Top Art Events With Kids!
Art Basel + Art Central + More

This week marks a huge art week for Hong Kong!  Little Steps has put together recommendations for enjoying the art scene with the kids in tow.  There is a lot happening so prepare to get involved, get inspired, and enjoy.

1.  ART CENTRAL 2018 (MARCH 27-APRIL 1, 2018):  Art Central returns to the iconic Central Harbourfront March 27-April 1, 2018 this year!  This is a family-friendly event, so bring the whole art-loving clan to enjoy!  The fair welcomes 100 hand-selected galleries from 20 countries, 70% hailing from 23 cities across greater Asia as well as 30 new names never before seen in Hong Kong.  Click here for more details.

***For The Kids:   Your kids will love the creative workshops in partnership with Sovereign Art Foundation.  This is a very family-friendly art event - the kids will love it. 

2.  ART BASEL 2018 (MARCH 29-31, 2018):  Their 2018 edition features 248 premier galleries from 32 countries and territories. 

**For The Kids:  Check out the UBS Junior Art Hub which offers interactive educational arts programs for children aged three years and older, and tours for children aged five years and older. Programs encourage children to create their own masterpieces including using works from the UBS Art Collection as inspiration.   Click here for more information!

4.  ASIA CONTEMPORARY ART SHOW (MARCH 24-27, 2018):  See thousands of artworks from interesting emerging and mid-career artists, plus renowned artists who have achieved success at auction, and are held in important private and public collections.  

***For The Kids:  Kids under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.  No specific kiddy activities here, but if mom and dad want to take a peek, you could pair it up with a trip to Hong Kong Park.  Click here for more info.

5.  STREET ART IN HONG KONG (WITH KIDS!):  Street art and public installations are popping up all over the city and parents are getting involved.  These snap-worthy backdrops are creating quite the Instagram snaps.  Little Steps has rounded up a list of street art outings you can enjoy with the kids.  Or, if you stumble on some street art, you can learn more about these artists as well.  Happy exploring.

***For The Kids:  Click here for our full guide on where to check out street art with kids in tow.

6.  ART AFFAIR @ MANDARIN ORIENTAL HONG KONG (March 25-April 2, 2018):  To celebrate the season of art, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is delighted to present an artistic stay and a sensory dining experience. The Art Affair room package includes an array of inspiring privileges and exclusive access to two major art fairs taking place simultaneously – Art Basel Hong Kong and Art Central Hong Kong. The hotel will also exhibit artist Konstantin Bessmertny and serve a palatable plate of art at Mandarin Grill + Bar.  

***For The Kids:  Make an artsy family stay over the weekend or explore the stimulation of art throughout the lobby.

7.  HARBOUR ART FAIR (March 23-26, 2018):  The Fair offers a wide variety of artworks including paintings, prints, photography and sculptures, also providing an array of ambitious public programmes including art talks, docent tours and exclusive experiences, as well as a series of Special Exhibitions, tailored for art lovers.  Click here for more information.

**For The Kids:  Harbour City even extends art to children’s life and teams up with CreativeKids to host the “Tire Painting Fun @Harbour City” Art Workshop at the Atrium, G/F, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City from 24 March to 8 April 2018. 

 

Hong Kong is exploding with art events throughout the city this March! Get your kids involved with our go-to recommendations on where to play, eat, and enjoy art with the kids.

March And Early April 2018.

All over Hong Kong.

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