L’École Van Cleef & Arpels is ongoing at PMQ until March 14. While the jewellery and watchmaking classes and evening conversations require advanced reservations, the museum collection is free for the public to enjoy. Enter into the curious world of Van Cleef & Arpels, and marvel at the array of historical creations from the French maison, from Japanese lacquer butterflies, to tiny golden animal brooches and exquisite lady purses called the Minaudières.
This week, make your way to the inaugural Taste of Hong Kong food festival where you can sample all the best dishes the city can offer. Try our favourite chef Richard Ekkebus’ Duck a la Royale, which was just crowned best dish at Taste. Don’t pass up on the chance for the iconic duck and waffles from London’s one-and-only Duck & Waffle on March 12.
The lush open-air lounge at The Mira Hong Kong will be transformed into an artsy pop-up bar with Absolute Electrik and local creative talents. Head over for Absolut vodka cocktails with names such as “36 Views of Mount Fuji”, “I Love Mona Lisa!” and “Feel Electric”. Vibes x Absolut Electrik Art Bar is available from March 10 – 26, 7 pm till late. For booking enquiries, call 23155999 or email [email protected]
Vibes, 5/F, The Mira Hong Kong, 118 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Maya Yamamoto at Arts Projects Gallery
Also located at PMQ is a solo exhibition titled “Hide & Seek” by renowned Japanese artist, Mayuka Yamamoto, who is most popular for her oil paintings depicting children in animal costumes or possessing animal features. Presented by Art Projects Gallery, “Hide & Seek” runs until April 3, 2016.
Art Projects Gallery, Unit 2510, 5/F, Block A, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central.