Inclusiveness through the Arts
Co-presented by the Hong Kong Arts Festival and The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, “No Limits” strives to create a barrier-free environment enabling artists and audiences to explore and promote inclusiveness through the arts.
The fifth “No Limits” runs from February to May 2023, featuring in-venue and online programmes by international and Hong Kong artists of diverse abilities. Programmes cover film, music, dance, and theatre, and defy constraints and boundaries.
The project also invests heavily in arts education for young people, offering experiences designed to nurture students’ interest in the arts and enable them to share the joy of creativity together with people of diverse abilities.
(Hong Kong, 18 February 2023) The fifth edition of the inclusive arts project “No Limits” opened today (18 February 2023) with the exhilarating performance Sound of My Heart vocal recital by Michelle Siu, a talented up-and-coming young soprano, as well as Jockey Club Scholar, living with visual impairment, at the City Hall Concert Hall. Co-presented by the Hong Kong Arts Festival and The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, “No Limits” seeks to nurture a barrier-free environment that promotes inclusiveness and understanding through the arts. Officiating Guests at the Opening Ceremony of ‘No Limits’ 2023 on 18 February included: (Front
(Hong Kong, 6 January 2023) The exhilarating “No Limits” programme exploring the world of inclusive arts will kick off its fifth edition on 18 February 2023, featuring a series of in-venue and online performances and activities by outstanding local and international artists with diverse abilities. Tickets for in-venue performances are on sale at URBTIX now while free online recorded shows and screenings will be available on the “No Limits” official website from 15 March 2023. “No Limits”, co-presented by the Hong Kong Arts Festival and The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, seeks to nurture a barrier-free environment that promotes