The Still Point: A Three Week Line-up of Exhibitions, Performances, and Concerts

Hope Beneath The Rubble: Two Dance Acts at University Museum & Art Gallery, The University of Hong Kong
By   /  September 2, 2014

The Faith and Global Engagement Initiative at HKU and International Arts Movement (Hong Kong Chapter) are organising a series of art programs in Hong Kong from September 4 to 22.

The program is a three week line-up of exhibitions, performances, and talks engaging art, faith, and humanity. The title, The Still Point, is inspired by the first quartet, “Burnt Norton” in T. S. Eliot’s Four Quartets – one of the most seminal works of the twentieth century.

The program consists of a touring presentation of the foreign artistic group QU4RTETS and showcases works by artists in Hong Kong. The QU4RTETS began when the artists Makoto Fujimura and Bruce Herman, composer Christopher Theofanidis, and theologian Jeremy Begbie were seeking to find a living voice through Eliot’s words to guide them through their experiences of personal devastation caused by a house fire and post–911 disorientation.

QU4RTETS Exhibition: Paintings by Makoto Fujimura and Bruce Herman University Museum & Art Gallery, The University of Hong Kong

QU4RTETS Exhibition: Paintings by Makoto Fujimura and Bruce Herman

The three week program brings us exhibitions, lecture, talks, concerts, dance performances and much more.

Visit The Still Point website for more event details: www.thestillpoint.hk

By Miss Wong/ The Altermodernist

Details:

  • Dates: 4 – 22 September 2014
  • www.thestillpoint.hk
  • Venue: The events take place across several locations (map) –
    • The University of Hong Kong, 90 Bonham Road, Pokfulam, Hong Kong
    • Galerie Ora-ora, G/F, 7 Shin Hing Street, Central, Hong Kong
    • Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
    • The Vine Church, The Vine Centre, 29 Burrows Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Main image: Hope Beneath The Rubble: Two Dance Acts

Photo credits: Courtesy of Artist and The Still Point

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