Exhibition | 07. - 30.06.2021
Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize 2021 Exhibition
Goethe-Institut Hongkong is pleased to support the annual Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize (HKHRAP) again this year by showcasing awarded and shortlisted artworks in the Goethe-Gallery and Black Box Studio. The exhibition runs until June 30. For those who have not visited the exhibition yet, click on this page for a virtual visit.
Gudied Tour | 19.06.2021
Guided Tour 1: Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize 2021
All shortlisted and winning artworks of the Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize 2021 are now on showcase at the Goethe-Institut Hongkong in an exhibition "Unbeknown" curated by Hong Kong artist and writer KY Wong. KY Wong will lead two guided tours of the exhibition on June 19.2021 (Sat).
Online Event | 17.06.2021
LITERATURE IN THE WORST/BEST OF TIME – AN EXCHANGE BETWEEN HONG KONG AND MINSK
Two cities, so distant yet never so close. The current literature scenes in Hong Kong and Minsk share many similarities. The challenges, the threats, and at the same time, the inspiration, the obligation and the opportunities. In a series of three online talks, authors from Hong Kong and Minsk discuss their creative process in times of uncertainty.
Film | 18. & 19.06.2021
German Film Forum - 303
When biology student Jule finds out she is pregnant, she sets out for Portugal to find her boyfriend Alex. Traveling in a rusty Mercedes “303” campervan, she picks up hitchhiker Jan at a gas station outside Berlin. While on the road, they have impassioned and deep conversations about capitalism, human nature, love and the meaning of life. Their trip becomes an emotional roller coaster, which finds them desperately trying not to fall in love with each other …
Concert | 23.06.2021
Concert | In Dialogue with Beethoven: Crossroads
The long-anticipated finale concert in the concert series "In Dialogue with Beethoven", "Crossroads", will finally be put on stage as live performance for our Hong Kong audience! The concert, which was scheduled last year in celebration of Beethoven's 250th birthday in 2020, was postponed due to the pandemic. With an updated programme and new video installations, the concert reassures our audience that it is worth the wait.