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ARTivating Public Buildings  
Presented by Home Affairs Bureau
Organised by the Art Promotion Office of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Supported by : Home Affairs Department and Food and Environment Hygiene Department
Programme Coordinator : Community Art Network
 
‘ARTivating Public Buildings' has been launched more than a year since July last year. Four sets of community based artworks that tailor made by the local artists, Li Tin-lun, Tang Kwok-hin, thecaveworkshop and Jino Yeung have been showcased at four government buildings and brought new experience to the venue users and visitors.
 
Apart from the display, series of extension activities e.g. the artists led workshops, public guided tours, student literature writing and public art critique workshops, parent-child craft workshops and large-scale art filled weekend were held last year to infuse art into people's lives, to let the public learn more about public art, as well as to explore the fun in a pluralistic art space.
 
With the public's active support, the exhibition period is extended to July 2017. The four sets of artworks will continue to greet visitors. Welcome all to visit the four government buildings and experience the artworks.
 
Please stay tuned for the latest updates on :
our website : www.lcsd.gov.hk/apo
 
Exhibition period : 29.7.2015 — 28.7.2017
Venues : Lung Yat Community Hall, Stanley Municipal Services Building, Tung Chung Municipal Services Building and Tai Kok Tsui Municipal Services Building
Free admission
 
Download here :
 
 
Videos of creative process and interview with the artists :
 
* Li Tin-lun (3min)

* Tang Kwok-hin (2min 47sec)

* thecaveworkshop (2min 29sec)
 
* Jino Yeung (3min 04sec)


On 24 July, "What's in Piazza!" brought along building blocks, ceramic, flag DIY, large-scale hopping planes and flatbed cart games from different community art organisations for parents and children.

 

 

 

 

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