Photos: Very Involved, Very Hong Kong

Very Involved was an outdoor event held under a bridge at Kwun Tong Promenade last week. It was organised by Very Hong Kong, a local, independent program established this year to promote creativity, cultural diversity, and good use of public space within the community. Very Hong Kong’s idea is to transform the city’s public spaces and redefine the quality of life. 

Those at Very Involved were able to enjoy classical music performances and participate in interesting DIY workshops, including floral and art jamming, handmade leather, terrariums, and beer workshops. Event-goers were also treated to a swap party presented by JupYeah, a local organisation that encourages wise cycle of resources as well as painting and photo exhibitions created by Hong Kong-based artists.

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Gundam models made from cardboard paper

If you are interested in Very Hong Kong’s projects but have missed last week’s event, you’re in luck, a series of the organisation’s events will be held the coming weekend. So make sure you don’t miss the opportunity again to enjoy a fun and meaningful day with loved ones. 

Very Street

Date: 14th December 2013

Time: 12:30 – 6:00 pm

Venue: Sun Street, Moon Street, Dominion Garden at Wan Chai

Activities: Streetwear fashion show, art and floral jamming, photo exhibitions, live music shows

Free Admission

Very Christmas Concert

Date: 14th December 2013

Time: 19:00-22:00 pm

Venue: New Central Harbourfront (near Central Pier no. 10)

Activities: Music performance by Michelle Kim, a talented Korean pianist, Hong Kong Generation Next Arts and friends

Free Admission

Very Big Picnic

Date: 15th December 2013

Time: 12:00-21:00 pm

Venue: New Central Harbourfront (near Central Pier no. 10)

Activities: Picnic, rock music performance, huge art jamming session, art installations by Marnie Walker and Visual Arts students from Hong Kong Baptist University

Free Admission


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