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Weekly round up – Your guide to what’s on in Hong Kong 1st to 7th August

Feel like trying something different whilst you have the time over the summer? Maybe some nude life drawing classes? The last month of summer holidays is upon us and we have made sure to round up a week of interesting activities for even the most cultured individual.

IAFT Hong Kong Teen Filmmaking Programme
IAFT Hong Kong Teen Filmmaking Programme

 

Last Chance – 3/8 –  14/8 Teen Acting & Teen Filmmaking Summer Programme @ Iaft
Do you have a budding filmmaker on your hands? The Iaft are holding a fantastic filmmaking and acting summer programme for teens and they still have a few spaces left! The course runs from Monday, Wednesday and Friday each week and starts at 10am to 5pm. You can call them directly on 5808 3440 or click here.
1/F Trust Tower, 68 Johnston Road, Wan Chai

 

Chom Chom
Chom Chom

 

On Now 31/7 – 9/8 – HK Restaurant Week
Just in case you missed out on the early bird online reservations for Restaurant Week, you can still get involved. It will also be extended for the “Restaurant Week Winners” and will run from the 21st until the 30th of August.

On Now – Every Friday – HK Dessert Tour
Run by the Liuda Walking Tour Guide’s, you’re journey will begin with sampling 10 different desserts (all very different from one another) and with all sorts of cultural backgrounds and historical relevance. Some of the desserts have been sold sinve WWII and some have expanded and evolved into what they are today (mouth wateringly delicious!) All with different and lovely stories behind them. A truly different way to see Hong Kong! Running every Friday at different locations from 2.30pm-5pm. The cost is $350 per person and for more details and booking information please email them directly at info@liuda.com.hk.

1/9 – Every Saturday – Nudd life drawing @ MakerHive
Feel like doing something different? Maybe some nude life drawing fuelled by wine? Nudd is offering a regular life drawing class held in different locations every Saturday afternoon. Held in bars, galleries or just some random open spaces, they are encouraging guests to come and meet new people in a relaxed setting whilst doing something creative. The classes run for 2 hours and places cost $360/person with all tools and wine included. For more information on locations and bookings please click here.

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“It is Difficult” by Alfredo Jaar


4/8 – Lecture By Alfredo Jaar
Join internationally renown Chilean artist, architect and artist Alfredo Jaar as he discusses his fascinating latest projects realised around the globe. It will be open to the public and free of charge. The event will start at 6.30pm and to secure a spot make sure to RSVP by email at eventshk@scad.edu.
SCAD Hong Kong, Courtroom, 292, Tai Po Road

PMQ's A Sensory Voyage
PMQ’s A Sensory Voyage

On Now – 21/7-15/8 – A Sensory Voyage
We haven’t forgotten the kids on this week of creativity! Get their juices flowing with a few different workshops held at PMQ on Hollywood Road with top experts in each creative field to inspire the kids. They will be holding a variety of different workshops “Stories behind the Lenses”, “Know It & Cook It”, “Ceramic Feast” and more.
PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central