An exciting month ahead to fill the weekends with art, culture and even a thrilling adventure team-challenge for the month of November.
Alone in the Wilderness
Debuting in Hong Kong with her first solo exhibition in Asia, Virginia Overton explores the stories and histories of salvaged materials that she had collected from her immediate environment in Alone in the Wilderness. The exhibition presents sculptures and works on paper that revive salvaged ready-made materials with a new purpose and life as it contributes to the making of an entirely new piece of work.
White Cube, 50 Connaught Road, Central.
SEASONS Autumn Asia’s Fashion Jewellery & Accessories Fair
Nov 9 – 13
One of the most prominent international trade fairs dedicated to the fashion jewellery and accessories industry shines in a new light with a wide range of the latest collections of top-quality products that promise an enriching experience for buyers. From base glass jewellery to natural material designs, the accessories fair will be a stretch of glamour.
Asia World Expo. exhibitions.
Experimental Chinese Opera Festival
Until Nov 13
Reviving an old tradition with a fresh perspective, The Experimental Chinese Opera Festival showcases original productions that offer the old-age musical style a new element. It highlights two Xiqu Centre-produced experimental Cantonese opera works – Farewell My Concubine (New Adaptation) and the Hong Kong premiere of Wenguang Explores the Valley. There will also be a live online series of creative sharing sessions from four regional China opera troupes.
Studio 1, Xiqu Centre. Ticket HK$250.
Natural & Organic Asia
Nov 11 – 13
Since its inception in 2014, Natural & Organic Asia has been a leading platform for everything natural and organic related, including the marketing and brand development of organic businesses. Expecting to top last year’s success of 250 international exhibitors with the rise in demand for natural and organic products, buyers will be presented with an array of certified organic products that they can choose from.
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Free admission for industry visitors.
Fine Arts Asia
Nov 27 – 30
One of the region’s leading art fairs, Fine Art Asia, will redirect its focus to a diverse gathering of local Hong Kong galleries amidst current travel restrictions. The internationally renowned art fair will showcase magnificent antiques that date back 5,000 years, as well as a diverse collection ranging from Chinese bronzes to contemporary art that highlights the exquisite quality and rich cultural history.
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. HK$120.
Spartan Race is the leading brand in obstacle racing worldwide. This year, Spartan Race HK presents competitors with a new goal that sets aside individual glory. Team-based adventure challenge Hurricane Heat puts to test participants’ sportsmanship as they band together to take on the mentally and physically challenging race course. It is an amazing showcase of not only individual athletic performance but also teamwork and a deeper emphasis on mutual goals.
Venue to be confirmed. HK$900. spartanrace.hk