The Hong Kong Maritime Museum offers public programming for adults, families and community groups on a regular basis and in connection with special exhibitions. For adults, we invite speakers to Saturdays Talks to share their areas of expertise across a wide range of topics. For families we hold storytelling and arts and crafts workshops
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In this illustrated talk, Dr Mahony will examine these relationships, asking what the airship scheme can tell us about historical attitudes to weather and climate, and about more contemporary kinds of atmospheric risk. ... more
A themed workshop gathering scholars from multi-disciplinary backgrounds with an interest in the history of weather science, extreme weather and weather-related disasters, especially typhoons and floods for China, China Seas and Hong Kong. ... more
Museum Director, Richard Wesley will discuss how propaganda posters were used by both the Central and provincial governments to communicate the importance of policy initiatives, encourage community commitment and celebrate important events until the 1980’s. ... more
This workshop is the first in the AHRC-funded network 'China ports: History, Heritage and Development', and will bring together UK and China-based scholars, museums professionals and representatives from private industry (e.g., developers, architects etc) who share an interest in conserving, managing, studying or regenerating the maritime past and port cities in China. ... more
To raise public awareness and interest in local biodiversity, the Hong Kong Maritime Museum will join the Hong Kong Biodiversity Festival 2016 (HKBF 2016). Take part in boat tours, workshops, lectures, and more! Experience the Museum as never before! ... more
This exhibition presents the photographs and life story of Lee Fook Chee. ... more