HK Urban Canvas: Exhibition
Our HK Urban Canvas community art project brings together artists and students to create twenty works of shutter art that reflect the close relationship between communities, residents and local culture. Since the project began, the work has received a lot of positive feedback.
In March, to bring the project to a wider audience, we launched a series of youth art education programmes that help students and artists engage with people working in different industries. After learning about their stories, participants create artworks inspired by what they have heard and seen.
The works created by the artists and the students will be showcased in a free public exhibition from 24 May to 12 June at Comix Home Base.
Date: 24/05-12/06/2017 (Wed-Mon)
Venue: 3/F, Comix Home Base
Fee: Free admission
Registration Deadline: 27/03/2017 (Mon)
Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org / 2214 0280
Suitable for: all ages
HK Urban Canvas: Guided Cultural Tour
To find out more about the concepts behind the shutter artworks and the local neighbourhood culture, join our HK Urban Canvas cultural guided tours!
HK Urban Canvas: Mobile Application
With the app you can check the location of each shutter, read about the artistic concept behind each work, learn neighbourhood stories, and follow suggested cultural tour routes – each of which is supported by a GPS system that makes it easy to locate checkpoints!
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