Choreography Walk

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Choreography Walk:

Taking staircases, footbridges and the world’s longest outdoor escalator as starting points, this hour-long journey echoes the natural and man-made verticality of Hong Kong Island. Traversing between quiet and spacious old districts and loud, dense commercial centres, participants will discover dance movements co-created by Chambers, local artists and students that highlight the incremental transformations of space and atmosphere.

Choreography Walk 
will pass by Hollywood Road Park, Po Hing Fong, Wing Lee Street, Peel Street, Kwong Hon Terrace Garden, Pottinger Street and Exchange Square

You are invited to join Choreography Walk and discover the linkage between society, dance and space through these interpretations by local students and choreographers.

Concept by: Justine A. Chambers
Created in collaboration with: Josh Hite
Choreography by: Mao Wei, Tan-ki Wong, Justine A. Chambers and Josh Hite
Participating Schools: Belilios Public School and Jockey Club Government Secondary School

Date and Time:

  • 22/2 Fri 2:30-4:00pm 
  • 22/2 Fri 5:00-6:30pm
  • 23/2 Sat 11:00-12:30pm
  • 23/2 Sat 2:00-3:30pm
  • 24/2 Sun 11:00-12:30pm
  • 24/2 Sun 2:00-3:30pm

Venue: Central and Western District

In Cantonese / English


  • Chambers will lead a 30-minutes post-event talk on Choreography Walk
  • Participants are advised to wear comfortable clothes and walking shoes.
  • Participants are requested to walk up and down stairs and slopes. Please consider your health condition before registering.
  • Participants will be informed of the tour meeting point via email.

Choreography Walk has been made possible through contributions by the Canada Council for the Arts and the British Columbia Arts Council.

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