M+ at Night
M+ at Night
This edition of 'M+ at Night' brings a Friday evening of creative activities from 18:00 to midnight. Explore every corner of M+ with creators from across disciplines. Whether you’re a solo visitor or joining with a group of friends, take a wander through the museum at your own pace.
Complementing the free exhibition Hong Kong: Here and Beyond, this series of events takes you back to the golden era of Cantopop. At its peak in the 1980s, Cantopop became a transcultural phenomenon and fostered a period of rich visual identity stretching across the fields of design, fashion, and film. Experience the connection between visual culture, our everyday lives, and Cantopop through our 1980s-inspired workshops, music performance, and talks.
All activities are free, while some require pre-registration. Basement 1 and Ground Floor of the M+ building will stay open until midnight. We invite everyone to join us through the night and immerse yourself in a disco-inspired atmosphere with live DJ music. Learn more about the individual activities in the sections below.
Food and Beverage
About M+ Young Collective
The M+ Young Collective volunteer programme is supported by The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Hong Kong, which engages fifteen local tertiary students and recent graduates. They work closely with the M+ team and creative practitioners from various disciplines to develop, plan, and deliver public programmes.
'M+ at Night' activity Hong Kong-style Fashion Icon is designed and hosted by M+ Young Collective members.
Image at top: Alan Chan. Vinyl album cover for Leslie Cheung, Stand Up, 1985. M+, Hong Kong. Gift of Alan Chan, 2020. © Capital Artists Ltd; Tina Liu. Vinyl album cover for Deanie Ip, I Want, 1985. © Black & White Records Ltd; Alan Chan. Vinyl album cover for Anita Mui, Bad Girl, 1985. M+, Hong Kong. © Capital Artists Ltd; Joel Chu. Vinyl album cover for George Lam, 10 Minutes, 12 Inches, 1985. M+, Hong Kong. © Warner Music Hong Kong Ltd.