通达共融基金

通达共融基金

在西九文化区,不论身体或社会条件,也能平等自在地享受艺术。

2019至2020年,我们举办超过400场活动和表演项目供不同阶层和背景的市民参与,人数达14,000。


诚邀你与我们携手,继续缔造无障碍文化环境。

 

图: WE Dance 2016

鼓励共融与包容

我们的节目提供多种通达服务,包括残疾人士及陪同者门票优惠、通达导赏、口述影像及剧场视形传译等,同时定期与社区团体等合作,让公众认识不同群体的艺术潜能。

我们正积极计划更多艺术通达服务,如让所有观众在轻松环境下欣赏节目的「自在剧场」、易读资讯、附设口述影像或手语传译的影片等。

 

网上捐款

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M+ Rover seeks to take students into uncharted creative territory. With a cool metal exterior and a warm interior designed by artist Kacey Wong, M+ Rover is like an expedition to a distant planet that explores new possibilities. M+ commissions local cultural practitioners to participate in each edition of the programme, and this year M+ is collaborating with artist Wong Tin Yan. With interactive activities and guided tours of the exhibition specially designed for primary-school students, the programme encourages students and teachers to unleash their imaginations, explore the everyday in a new light, and discover fresh perspectives by learning together.

In previous chapters, M+ collaborated with artist Tang Kwok Hin, photographer Siu Wai Hang, illustrator and comics writer Rainbow Leung, and artist Ng Ka Chun. Through role play, photography, drawing, and the use of everyday objects, the cultural practitioners launched a series of creative and learning activities in local schools and community spaces. These past experiences inform the approach to shaping this latest edition of M+ Rover, as a more accessible project for younger students.

          捐款金额

           

             每年度

             HKD500,000

             HKD250,000

             HKD100,000

             HKD50,000

             HKD10,000

             HKD5,000

Date:
3 February to 3 July 2020

Location:
Participating primary schools and selected communities in Hong Kong

Programme Details

Date:
3 February to 3 July 2020

Target Participants:
Local primary-school teachers and students

Location:
Participating primary schools and selected communities in Hong Kong

在过去的12个月,虽然全球发生巨变,但我们的使命不变。您的捐助为我们带来至关重要的支持,可持续为您带来杰出的世界级表演节目、培育新生代艺术表演者,当社会仍然限制往来之时,我们仍可透过表演艺术与大众连系着。

Be a Part
Of Us.

The West Kowloon Cultural District is a place not only for artists, but also a ‘Place for Everyone’ – from kids to elderlies, from residents to visitors – it requires year-round funding to sustain all our art-related programmes to see it grow, flourish and thrive as a vibrant community. ​