Looking for a fun, innovative way to integrate stories into the everyday, creative art brand StoryTeller collaborates with local fashion brand ad-lib to take their stories off the web and into your wardrobe! Enter “WeWearStories”, a new series of garments featuring designs by 10 homegrown illustrators, each paired with its own little tale.
StoryTeller was inspired by everyday moments of ennui: In spare moments waiting for the bus, or for your food, why not make your idle moments a little more exciting with stories? StoryTeller’s first fashion collaboration features pieces that encourage conversation and story sharing during moments of pause, making ordinary little moments a little more extraordinary.
The “WeWearStories” pop-up at K11 Art Mall includes a space where visitors can browse curated stories and artworks, plus explore the pop-up bookstore—the StoryTeller Book Café—where visitors can get lost in the little stories of every day.
Dates: 5 - 26 June, 2021
Location: G01, G/F, K11 Art Mall
Opening Hours: 11:00-9:00pm
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Practical and innovative, HOW To Live Well brings 5 Japanese outdoor and camping brands to K11 Art Mall in an exciting camping car pop-up! Known for their ingenuity in creating equipment made for even the wildest adventures, explore the theme of “Outdoor Goods, Outdoor Culture” at the HOW To Camp Well Pop-up Store today!
HOW TO CAMP WELL Pop-up Store
Date： 4 Jun – 4 Jul 2021
Time： 12:00pm – 8:00pm
Venue： Atrium (G/F) and K11 Natural (201, 2/F, K11 Art Mall)
K11 Art Mall “GONG MUD 講物” pays homage to Hong Kong’s tapestry of creatives in a series of pop-ups and exhibitions that promote the city’s artistry and culture.Themed under “Hidden Gems” and “Art and Culture”, unearth the talents of homegrown creatives and go on a journey to rediscover Hong Kong through art this season!
The first stop on your journey of rediscovery? Hong Kong’s ever bustling Tsim Sha Tsui. Despite its reputation as a shopping and tourist hub, the district is also a melting pot of Hong Kong culture and hidden gems. Partnering with locally renown illustrator DONMAK & CO. under the “GONG MUD 講物” campaign to depict TST under the lens of art and culture, explore the stories and local finds of TST as you walk through three suggested routes, free for you to rediscover.
On the roadmap of rediscovering TST, K11 Art Mall’s vision to incubate the city’s creative spirits brings to the space a series of showcases and exhibitions of award-winning design from the Hong Kong Design Centre DFA., art pieces by students and graduates of the Hong KongArt School, The Education University of Hong Kong and Chinese University of Hong Kong, as well as weekend markets showing off works by Hong Kong’s own band of illustrators.
Also taking root in K11 Art Mall is K11 Natural: A place to reset and a restorative haven for discovery. Find your respite at concept store HOW TO LIVE WELL, and Simplii Yours, or engage in the story-telling pieces found at antique store 966 Time Traveller. With K11 Select continuing to gather local artistic talent, K11 Art Mall is the creative stage for local powers to showcase their creativity.
Lovers of art and artistry, don’t miss this chance to voyage into the world of local power and see what Hong Konger’s are talking about!
The TST map “MUD things to do in HK” is now online! Click below to check out the must-see spots in the area and discover hidden rewards along the way!
Or, grab a physical copy of the TST map and explore on foot! Available for free at K11 Art Mall Koncierge.
Campaign Period: 15 May 2021 – 4 Jul 2021
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We're waltzing through the Covid crisis with our robot sanitisation squad. At K11 MUSEA, we’re always seeking innovative solutions to improve how we do things, and this week, our brand new fleet of expert cleaners are ready to get down to work! These little fellows may don twinkling eyes and cute expressions, but don’t be fooled by their friendly appearances — they are vicious when it comes to exterminating viruses and bacteria.
To make K11 MUSEA the safest place in Hong Kong, we’ve deployed 11 autonomous robots for the deep sanitisation job and to double down on our already stringent hygiene and anti-epidemic measures. Throughout this week and during our operating hours once we reopen on 6 March, these roving robots will be travelling all over K11 MUSEA to continuously disinfect every nook and cranny of our cultural-retail destination.
Each of our cleaning robots is equipped with up to 10 litres of sterilising solution that is certified to eliminate 99.99% of germs and viruses including Covid-19, but is safe for the human body. With a huff and a puff, the robot will spray the disinfectant into the air and the floor, covering a 4.5-metre radius as it travels through the premises.
Following the SLAM navigation system, which offers a predetermined map of the surroundings, the robot cleaners are able to quickly familiarise themselves with the lay of the land and zip their way through all levels of K11 MUSEA.
The autonomous robots are also equipped with three types of anti-collision sensors – including LiDAR, depth cameras, and ultrasonic sensors – which are the same as ones that you’d find in an automated parking system, allowing them to “see” up to 20 metres.
But it’s not all work and no play – check out our video to catch these fun-loving robots drooling over freshly baked croissants, appreciating fine art, and tearing up the dancefloor – probably mimicking their favourite stars on hit show Bridgerton, as they waltz across K11 MUSEA’s grand atrium!
Next time you’re visiting us, keep an eye out for these robotic cleaners that are working hard to safeguard K11 MUSEA and our community.
Exploring the complexities of Intangible Cultural Heritage, Lingnan University has collaborated with Hong Kong Art School with the aim to preserve, promote, redefine and revitalise Hong Kong's intangible traditions. View traditional crafts through new eyes and discover some of the city's longest standing cultural signifiers!
Jockey Club ICH + Innovative Heritage Education Programme Annual Showcase
Date: 18 June - 4 July, 2021
Location: chi K11 art space, B207, B2/F, K11 Art Mall