Little Basel: Where Learning About Art Is Fun
Hong Kong Art Month is back, and with it comes an exciting lineup of exhibitions and galleries to see. But that doesn’t mean the little ones can’t take part in the fun—the Dalton Learning Community is hosting Little Basel, a two-day art festival at Dalton School Hong Kong, where kids of all ages can gather to celebrate art, culture and creativity.
Themed “Future of Hong Kong begins with the first DOT”, this year’s Little Basel is inspired by Art Basel and children’s book The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds. The event will feature over 20 art labs and interactive live stations, all designed to get the little ones' creative juices flowing.
Highlights include art exhibitions, a dance station hosted by Hong Kong Ballet, a music station for aspiring DJs, futuristic digital art, virtual reality and an auction event where art pieces donated by galleries—along with pieces created by Dalton students—will be on offer.
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The children-focused art festival will also collaborate with Changing Young Lives Foundation to exhibit artworks created by the charity’s young artists, while inviting their youth community to come and partake in all that Little Basel has to offer.
Join in on the fun and meet other little artists from March 23-24 at Dalton School Hong Kong for an art-filled weekend. To find out more, visit dshk.edu.hk.
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