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Phase IV of Arts Corner in Victoria Park, Hong Kong Park to launch

The "Arts Corner", popular outdoor entertainments organised by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department at Victoria Park and Hong Kong Park, will soon enter Phase IV.

The Victoria Park event will be held at the South Pavilion and South Pavilion Plaza on Sundays and public holidays from July 4 to March 6, 2005. It will start at 10am and end at 6pm.

A total of 32 stalls for displaying and selling recreational, art and cultural related souvenirs, and offering services such as painting, photography, calligraphy or sketching.

Between July 1 and December 31, the Arts Corner at Hong Kong Park is near the Museum of Teaware. The event will be staged between noon and 6pm on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.

A total of 10 service stalls will feature painting, photography, sketching or Chinese traditional arts and craft.

Admission to both events is free.

"The Arts Corner is aimed at helping the public appreciate arts, thus enhancing the arts culture of Hong Kong and making the parks more appealing to local and overseas visitors," a department spokesman said.

Similar events entitled the "Arts Fun Fairs" are organised in Kowloon Park and Lai Chi Kok Park (Stage III). They are held between 1pm and 7pm on Sundays and public holidays.

"The Arts Corners and Arts Fun Fairs will offer a lot of fun to members of the public and our visitors alike, and are definitely not to be missed," the spokesman said.

Ends/Wednesday, June 30, 2004
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