What's On

PUBLISHED : Monday, 12 June, 2006, 12:00am
UPDATED : Monday, 12 June, 2006, 12:00am


MEGartSTORE, an exhibition presented by the Heritage Museum, will run until November 27.

Its title came from the term 'mega-store'. The art pieces on display are classified under categories - such as Food & Beverage, Health & Beauty, and Leisure & Entertainment - found in lifestyle or department stores.

There are 300 exhibits, including sculptures, ceramics, drawings, paintings, photographs and prints, on display. Four young local architects - Anson Tsang, Kenneth Tse, Steven Chu and Humphrey Wong - were invited to design the store's interior.

Admission for students costs $5 ($10 for adults). Admission is free on Wednesdays. For more information, call 2180 8188.


Fifteen local and overseas independent choreographers will showcase their cutting-edge performances at indepenDANCE series on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8pm in the Academy for Performing Art's Drama Theatre.

One of the highlights is local choreographer Yeung Wai-mei's You Had Better Dance, in which she combines her upbeat movements with pop tunes by The Beatles and daily life gestures. Another notable piece is Vancouver-based choreographer Rob Kitsos' edgy work, Thought For Food.

The programme is part of the Hong Kong Dance Festival. Student tickets cost $48, $72 and $156 ($80, $120 and $260 for adults). For reservations, call HK Ticketing on 31 288 288.