Traveling Muzeum brings Monet Garden to Hongkongers to experience the leisurely French culture this summer. Enjoy art jamming outdoor as Claude Monet. Artists are invited to re-create Monet’s masterpieces “Waterlilies” and “Sunset” together. French flower arrangement courses, face paintings and French animations are on offer. Hug the K created by Hong Kong based French artist Nicolas Lesaffre shows up for the first time in Hong Kong.
Overseas travel is still impossible this summer 😭. Looking on the bright side, it is a good opportunity to stay in Hong Kong and accompany your pets~😆 During this summer, take your pet to visit France 🇫🇷 in Hong Kong!
“SummerFest” will commence on June 26th at the Hong Kong Central Harbour Front 🎊 Provide a series of summer activities and experiences for this summer in Hong Kong! There will be 3 Daily Programmes, namely: “Monet Garden”, “SUMMOJI” and “Light/Shadow Maze”. Of course, pets are welcomed 🐶!
July 24th is the “Pet Weekend” of “Monet Garden”. We, Pet-a-hood, will hold Art Jamming activities from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm during this day, allowing you and your pet to create artwork together. We are looking forward to seeing you all😆!
The “Monet Garden” is built to pay tribute to the French artist, Claude Monet. The area brings leisure and slow-living French culture into Hong Kong. Allowing us to have a relaxing time😌. The design of “Monet’s Garden” is inspired by Claude Monet’s artwork. In “Monet Garden”, you can appreciate Claude Monet’s artwork through a large LED screen. You will also have the opportunity to appreciate the huge inflatable character, “Hug the K”, created by Nicolas Lesaffre, a Hong Kong based French artist.
“Monet’s Garden” also has a number of booths’ activities, Art Jamming, workshops, and Pop-up Carts. Participants are sure to be able to experience French culture and art from the event🎨. When you are hungry, you can also go to the food and beverage booth and order some French food🥖. You can have a picnic on the open grass space to enjoy the food and performances.
Date: June 26th to August 6th
Time: 3pm to 10pm every day
Cost: No admission fee is needed.
Venue: 9 Lung Wo Road, Central, Hong Kong (Central Harbourfront Event Space, Gate 4