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Art@
Government Buildings 2013-14
 
Presented by the Home Affairs Bureau
Organised by the Art Promotion Office of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Supported by the Home Affairs Department and Hongkong Post
Programme Coordinator : Community Art Network
 

"Art@Government Buildings" makes use of the public areas in government buildings to embellish them with artistic elements, and offer the public a new experience when visiting the offices housed there. In the 2013-14 project, four artists — Haynie Sze, Sim Chan, Wong Wai-yin and Wu Wai-chung —have been selected to create new works for four government buildings providing different services.

In order to provide the public more opportunities to view these artworks, the exhibition period has been extended until March 2016. Please grab this final chance to visit these venues, or browse our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/AGB2013-14 for more details on the project and programmes.

Exhibition
Date : 11.3.2014 — 31.3.2016
Venue : General Post Office, Queen Elizabeth Stadium, Hung Hom Community Hall and Sha Tin Town Hall
Free admission
The exhibition leaflet can be downloaded here.

The "Art@Government Buildings 2013-14" fringe activities
The "Art@Government Buildings 2013-14" fringe activities

The "Art@Government Buildings 2013-14" fringe activities
The "Art@Government Buildings 2013-14" fringe activities

The "Art@Government Buildings 2013-14" fringe activities will be launched very soon. If you missed the guided tours and workshops of previous projects, make sure you watch out for schedules and enrolment details for this year's events or simply visit AGB's Facebook page.
The "Art@Government Buildings 2013-14" fringe activities will be launched very soon. If you missed the guided tours and workshops of previous projects, make sure you watch out for schedules and enrolment details for this year's events or simply visit AGB's Facebook page.

The "Art@Government Buildings 2013-14" fringe activities
The "Art@Government Buildings 2013-14" fringe activities