Latest Art Information


Matching Fund Scheme (MFS) supports projects of different art forms, including literary arts, performing arts, visual arts, film and media arts, arts education, community arts, arts criticism, etc. To apply for MFS, applicant shall pledge no less than HK$30,000 of cash donations from non-government organisations for the proposed arts project. HKADC will match donations solicited by the successful applicant in a ratio of 1:1.5 at most and disburse the respective matching grants and donations to successful applicant. A maximum of HK$2.25million matching grants may be provided to one arts group which secured HK$1.5million cash donations in each financial year for carrying out the approved project(s). 

Interested parties are advised to read carefully the Guide to Application, Form of Undertaking by Donor and FAQ before completing the Application Form which can be obtained from HKADC Administration Office (10/F, 1063 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong) or downloaded below. Applications submitted in person must be deposited in the collection box at HKADC Administration Office on or before 31 March 2021 (Wednesday) 6pm. 

A reinterpretation of the relation between performers and audience through a multimedia lve show! Following the success of Wrestle of Senses presented last year, the director, acclaimed dance artist Jacky Yu has again invited innovational musician Edmund Leung and five remark-able dancers to collaborate on knocking down the frame of theatrical conventions.

Ways to buy tickets:
Online booking

Credit Card Telephone Booking 2111 5999

Ticketing Enquiries 3761 6661

Mobile ticketing application My URBTIX


Museum Special Opening Arrangements

Hong Kong Museum of Art will be partially open starting from 19 February 2021 (Friday). We will implement admission quota and special precautionary measures to help ensure public safety. Visitors are required to use the "LeaveHomeSafe" mobile app or register personal information on site. Please be prepared in advance.

Special opening hours are from 10am to 5pm (closes on Thursdays).

Exhibitions to be opened are:

‧ Hong Kong Experience ‧ Hong Kong Experiment
‧ Honouring Tradition and Heritage: Min Chiu Society at Sixty
‧ "On Your Seat, On Your Mind" Art Project

Interactive exhibits and public programmes are temporarily suspended  

New Horizons: Ways of Seeing Hong Kong Art in the 80s and 90s

HKMoA hopes to closely work with the art community through guest curators to illustrate a richer history of Hong Kong art.

This exhibition examines the crucial turning points, new trends and sensibilities in contemporary art in Hong Kong during the 1980s and 1990s. Taking the curator's experiences as a point of departure, the exhibition sheds light on the creative breakthroughs of young local artists in different mediums including installation art, new media and photography, which ushered in the rise of new artistic experimentation and formats. In addition to the showcase of artworks by seven representative artists and artist collectives, the exhibition features a restaging of iconic art spaces of the time, as well as an archival section, re-presenting the significant shifts in Hong Kong's art scene during the era.


2021.03.05 – 2022.04.24


New space on the 5th floor



Artwork Information

Introduction of some works on the website

Elephant head

Artist: Cheung Manling

Year: 2018

Medium: ink wash

Size: 390mm*540mm

Christmas deer

Artist: Cheung Manling

Year: 2020

Medium: Watercolor ink

Size: 594mm*841mm

Crying pig

Artist: Cheung Manling

Year: 2020

Medium: Mixed media

Size: 594mm*841mm

​March 2021-Monthly News