Exhibitions & Events



Tai Kwun x Every Life Is A Song: Time Will Tell, We Will Sing Sharing and Storytelling Session

Time |
(13.10) 2pm-3:40pm, (14.10) 2pm-4:15pm (27.10) 3pm-4:40pm
Location |
Laundry Steps
Price |
Free of charge

Co-presented by
Every Life Is A Song

Every life deserves a song of their own. With this belief, singer-songwriter Vicky Fung and lyricist Chow Yu Fai launched the social enterprise “Every Life Is A Song” (“ELIAS”) to make songs about the lives of different communities, hoping that eventually the songs will accumulate into a catalogue charting the history of our city.

This first project, co-presented by “ELIAS” and TAI KWUN, aims to offer an opportunity for younger generations to experience an organic approach to music-making music while revisiting the values behind Tai Kwun’s revitalisation. To this end, 36 participants passionate about music, words, and visual art were recruited to step into the city to explore the stories of our community and to make songs about them.

Prior to each of the three afternoon shows scheduled for October, “ELIAS” will invite these young creators to introduce the stories behind the songs and share their experiences of the creative process.

 

13 October 2018: Presentation of songs Heavenly Gown / (Not) Letting Go / Wind and Light

Guests: Subyub Lee, Sophy Wong, Yvette Wong, Vicky Fung and the creative teams behind the songs

2pm–2:30pm Heavenly Gown
2:35pm–3:05pm (Not) Letting Go
3:10pm–3:40pm Wind and Light

 

14 October 2018: Presentation of songs Lost and Found / Man at the Lu Ban Temple / Flower Talk / The Song of the Dragon

Guests: Maggie Tsoi and the creative teams behind the songs

2pm–2:30pm Lost and Found
2:35pm–3:05pm Man at the Lu Ban Temple
3:10pm–3:40pm Flower Talk
3:45pm–4:15pm The Song of the Dragon

 

27 October 2018: Presentation of songs Therefore I Am / Twilight Party / When a Fish Sings

Guests: Yukilovey and the creative teams behind the songs

3pm–3:30pm Therefore I Am
3:35pm–4:05pm Twilight Party
4:10pm–4:40pm When a Fish Sings

The event lasts for approximately 2 – 2.5 hours