ART WALK × THE MILLS Threading Through Time

The Mills, formerly known as Nan Fung Cotton Mills, stood at the forefront of the local manufacturing industry from the 1960s to the 2000s, producing large quantities of yarn for the city and the rest of the world. After moving away from manufacturing, Nan Fung has since decided to preserve these meaningful buildings, breathing new life into them to become The Mills, which now serves as a platform for fostering and promoting creative undertakings on the local art and cultural scene.

From once producing physical goods to now creating technological ones, these buildings have contributed greatly to enriching the daily lives of Hong Kongers spanning several generations. By revisiting the past, going beyond the present, and anticipating the future, only human experiences can allow a place to come alive, with great stories to tell.

Stemming from a popular local novella, the creation knits together efforts of art collectives across disciplines and interweaves art-making with the histories of the textile industry and the Tsuen Wan district to create rich artistic experiences for all.

Schedule & Venue

The Mills

2020.01.11 - 2020.01.19

Details to be announced soon

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