DT Communications is proud to be appointed as the primary public relations agency responsible for the upcoming opening of the City Gallery at the City Hall Annex Building.
The objectives of establishing a permanent gallery are: to showcase Hong Kong’s major planning proposals and infrastructure projects; to manifest the vision of Hong Kong’s future development outlook; to provide a convenient venue for the Government to hold a variety of exhibitions, meetings, and public consultation forums on planning and infrastructure development proposals. DT will be exploring various opportunities to work with the City Hall Management and other agencies such as Brand Hong Kong in promoting the opening of the City Gallery locally and possibly extending the promotion internationally.
Having competed among numerous notable PR agencies, DT won the Signature Weddings Bridal Fair that will be hosted at the Island Shangri-La on the 6th and 7th of August. The “Signature Weddings” bridal fair is considered one of the most important exhibitions in Hong Kong, attracting various celebrities, VIPs and brides and grooms-to-be where they will have the opportunity to witness a spectacular fashion show featuring renowned brands Vera Wang, Monique Lhuiller and Bulgari. The event will take place over a span of two days, featuring an exclusive private dinner accompanied by a wonderful musical performance. The exhibition itself will be comprised of handpicked vendors that offer the finest wedding services such as wedding planners, advices on décor, floral arrangement and hairstyling.
It is not easy to incorporate creativity and business, but in recent years, a few companies have stood out as examples in integrating art and commerce. Pacific Coffee Company worked with local artists to organize an exclusive art exhibition and Louis Vuitton and the Hong Kong Museum of Art collaborated for Louis Vuitton: A Passion for Creation Exhibition.
Industry experts gathered to discuss this issue, and DT commented that Hong Kong’s lack of talented individuals with knowledge and understanding of the arts is the main contributing factor to the stagnant nature of local art-commerce development.
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