CHAT is managed by MILL6 Foundation, which is a registered charity in Hong Kong. The sole mission of MILL6 Foundation is to manage and operate CHAT. You can support us in various ways by joining us as a member, making a donation, volunteering in our programmes or collaborating as a partner.
CHAT offers both individual and corporate membership programmes on an annual subscription of HK$ [ ] and HK$ [ ] respectively. Members can enjoy an array of benefits from exclusive previews and events to CHAT Shop discount.
Mar-Apr 2017 Pre-opening Programme ‘Line of Times’,
Exhibition View of Aziz+Cucher, The Road (2016)
CHAT is managed by MILL6 Foundation, which is a registered charity in Hong Kong. All donations to Mill 6 Foundation Limited will be applied towards the management and operation expenses of CHAT. Your funds will help CHAT towards its mission of inspiring all its visitors, through the common thread of textiles, to experience, learn and be inspired by the multi-faceted programmes that we create and curate.
Pre-opening Programme ‘(In)tangible Reminiscence’ Exhibition Installation View (2018)
CHAT is looking for “MADE IN HONG KONG” textile products: such as textile factory objects, fabric and textile products, clothing labels, tags, textile factory staff handbooks and old photos, that were made and used between 1940s and 2000s for our future exhibition programmes and co-learning purposes.
If you possess any of the above items that are not being used anymore and would like to share with the public, please email us a photograph of each object with a short description to: email@example.com, including ‘Donate Objects’ in the email subject.
Nan Fung Textiles Limited “Racing Cars Brand” yarn label
CHAT has collaborated with numerous local and international partners, which include academic institutions, artists, research laboratories, community charities, environmental groups and other NGOs. To enquire about collaboration opportunities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Programme 2018 – CHAT GO! Let’s Build a Textile Village