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Starting 6 July 2017, travellers can experience performances and exhibitions by local and international artists in the "Art, Culture and Music at the Airport" programme as Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) celebrates 19 years of excellence.

Airport Proms

Airport Proms

Airport Proms features top-notched music performances by students, alumni of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and renowned local musicians. Performed by 29 music groups on seven consecutive days, a wide array of classical and jazz music will fill the airport with a lifting atmosphere.

Location: Arrivals Level, Level 5, Terminal 1
Performance period: 7 – 13 July 2017


The Harp Harmony

The Harp Harmony

The first-ever harp performance in HKIA by local and international renowned harpists who play classic western harps and Chinese Honghou, bringing mesmerizing music to travellers from around the globe.

Location: Arrivals Level, Level 5, Terminal 1
Performance period: 14 July 2017


Street Music

Street Music

Busking music is a new wave of music in the era. Local young musicians will perform with their guitars and keyboards to showcase the fun and energy of busking music.

Location: Arrivals Level, Level 5, Terminal 1
Exhibition period: 15 – 16 July 2017


Cinema Fantasia Hong Kong

Cinema Fantasia Hong Kong

Hong Kong movies have a long history and are recognized internationally. This exhibition, co-presented by Academy of Film of the Hong Kong Baptist University, showcases the arts and achievements of Hong Kong movies. The exhibition also highlights the works by photographer Jupiter Wong and poster designer Yuen Tai-yung, taking you through the time tunnel of the history of Hong Kong movies.

Location: Arrivals Hall A, Level 5, Terminal 1
Exhibition period: 6 July – 12 November 2017


Encounter Hong Kong – The Art of Cheongsam

Encounter Hong Kong – The Art of Cheongsam

"Cheongsam", a traditional Chinese dress for ladies, has been featured in many occasions and gained an iconic cultural status in social changes. Featuring two comics characters, Lee Wai-chun's Miss 13 Dots and Ms Chan in Joseph Wong's Old Master Q. The exhibition illustrates the charisma of cheongsam from a brand new angle.

Location: Ground Transportation Centre Downramp North
Exhibition period: 6 July – 12 November 2017


Hong Kong Heritage Museum International Poster Collection Highlights

Hong Kong Heritage Museum International Poster Collection Highlights

Collaborated with Hong Kong Heritage Museum, the exhibition displays 96 outstanding poster works from "Hong Kong International Poster Triennial". The collection is to bring inspiration to travellers through the creativity of designers around the world.

Location: Ground Transportation Centre Downramp South
Exhibition period: 6 July – 12 November 2017


International Students' Visual Arts Contest-cum-Exhibition of Hong Kong – Photography

International Students' Visual Arts Contest-cum-Exhibition of Hong Kong – Photography

The International Student's Visual Arts Contest-cum-Exhibition of Hong Kong is initiated by the Education Bureau in 2010 with the aim to stimulate student's creativity through visual arts and foster international art and cultural exchange. The theme of this year, "The Good Earth", conveys a positive message of peace and harmony through young people around the globe.

Location: Near aisle A and K, Departures Hall, Level 7, Terminal 1
Exhibition period: 19 August – 12 November 2017


Transcending Classics: The New Generations of Cantonese Opera

Transcending Classics: The New Generations of Cantonese Opera

A collaboration by The Chinese Artists Association of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Professional Photographer's Network (HKPPN), professional photographers join hands with Cantonese opera actors to produce magnificent photographs that capture the essence of traditional Chinese theatrical arts through the lens of contemporary photographers.

Installation artworks created by contemporary artist Stella Tang and Rose Li, with poets Chan Mit and Liu Wai Tong are featured in the exhibition. Viewers can enjoy the two art forms from a new dimension through the flawless blend of traditional opera and contemporary arts.

From 8 July onwards, students from The Cantonese Opera Academy of Hong Kong will perform Cantonese opera for passengers.

Location: Level 3, Terminal 2
Exhibition period: 6 July – 12 November 2017