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Art in the South Island District
Since its foundation in 2013, South Island Cultural District has been changing the art community of Hong Kong. In the old industrial buildings, many local and international galleries have gathered and exhibited art works of different types and origins. The SICD has been a major evolution and improvement to the Hong Kong art scene and the South Island district has become Hong Kong’s new destination for contemporary art.
South Island x Street Art
In recent years, street art in Hong Kong has emerged from the shadows to transform the city from the outside in, and one of the promoters has been HKwalls – the one and only street art festival in Hong Kong. In 2017, HKwalls came to Wong Chuk Hang, the up-and-coming art district, and transformed the industrial buildings. In our art walk, we will enjoy the celebration of street art, checking on the colorful murals created by some of the best local and international street art talent.
In the 2.5-hour art walk, you will have the chance to know artworks from Southeast Asia, China, Japan, European and the US hidden in the old industrial buildings. You will also get to know how the art market functions in the most fun ways.
Price: HKD 400 Per Person
When: The 2nd Saturday every month 2pm-4.30pm (English); 3pm-5.30pm (Mandarin)
Max: 12 Participants per tour
Who: Art lovers with inquisitive mind
Wear And Accessory: comfortable shoes, and maybe umbrella in rainy days. Please note that the tour does not cover insurance
Meet Up Point: Wong Chuk Hang MTR Station Exit A (next to Circle K)
Cancellation Policy: Please note all tickets are neither exchangeable nor refundable. Tour will only be cancelled under announcement of Red/Black rainstorm warning or Typhoon #3 or above from HK observatory
Reschedule Policy: if you have any unexpected reason to reschedule the tour, please notify us 24 hours in advance