Villagers will act as net weaving instructors, giving participants a taste of what it’s like to be a fisherman and experience the daily life of a fisherman preparing to catch a fish.Learn more
A combination of sports and art, this programme takes an introductory class of beginner mountain runners on a relaxing and safe tour of High Island, to get to know the other side of the concrete jungle, and finally to stand at the Pak A Pavilion to appreciate the artworks on the island, for a soul-cleansing journey.Learn more
“Drawing project with Hong Kong Soil” sees soil as paint, as a drawing medium, participants will get to make “clay paint” or “clay crayon” from scratch, co-creating pieces of work from the humblest material that we build our home with.Learn more
Sharp Island was part of the supervolcano in Sai Kung. Different sizes of ‘pineapple bun rocks’ were created when magma ejected from the volcanic eruption. Was there any dinosaur living on the island at that time?Learn more
The guided tour takes you on a journey through High Island, exploring the art and seeing the way of living of the Hakka and fishing people, listening to their stories and experiencing the joy of the villages’ simplicity.Learn more
The tour will guide you through the more than 200-year history of Kau Sai Chau to understand the wisdom of fishermen and experience the treasure of rural cultures.Learn more
Hong Kong, formed by islands, has evolved our unique culture, religions, geology and social practices in harmony with nature. During this 3-year Sai Kung Hoi Arts Festival, aside from our base at Yim Tin Tsai, participants can further explore the old and the new of Sai Kung Hoi at Sharp Island, High Island and Kau Sai Chau through different art installations and public programmes. With the theme of《Joy Again, Isle》, we wish that the isles can be the place where people meet, connect, begin and enjoy their journeys to experience the healing power of arts and nature.
Sai Kung Hoi Arts Festival 2023 has successfully concluded.
Thank you for your support!
The artworks will continue to be displayed on the islands.
You are welcome to explore the islands on your own.
The next Arts Festival will be held at the end of 2024,
please stay tuned for our updates! Joy Again, Isle!