Run-down spaces for art project?

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  1. #1

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    Run-down spaces for art project?

    We are looking for sites for an ad hoc art project in Hong Kong, Summer 2011.

    Any tips are appreciated!

    Site criteria:
    •Empty rooms/spaces, abandoned or waiting to be renovated or demolished, or otherwise on stand-by (not suitable for other use).
    •May be former residential, commercial, industry, garage, public institution, heritage or otherwise - even staircases or a set of hallways. We are thinking out of the box! 
    •Size requirements are flexible, large or small.
    •Period: ca 1. July - 15. October 2011, or even part of this period.

    We will be happy to meet in person and give an in-depth presentation of the project and how it could benefit the community.

    Contact [email protected]

    Thank you!

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    wrong thread.sorry.
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    Last edited by Loz_2; 19-02-2011 at 08:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentsatellite
    We are looking for sites for an ad hoc art project in Hong Kong, Summer 2011.

    Any tips are appreciated!

    Site criteria:
    •Empty rooms/spaces, abandoned or waiting to be renovated or demolished, or otherwise on stand-by (not suitable for other use).
    •May be former residential, commercial, industry, garage, public institution, heritage or otherwise - even staircases or a set of hallways. We are thinking out of the box! 
    •Size requirements are flexible, large or small.
    •Period: ca 1. July - 15. October 2011, or even part of this period.

    We will be happy to meet in person and give an in-depth presentation of the project and how it could benefit the community.

    Contact [email protected]

    Thank you!
    How big? There are loads of abandoned houses in varying states of disrepair in villages all over the NTs

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    talk to the artists and staff of the jockey club creative arts centre in shek kip mei to get you started

    JCCAC Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre 賽馬會創意藝術中心

    The Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC) is a renovated factory building in Shek Kip Mei, Hong Kong that has become home to over 150 local artists, art groups and creative professionals. JCCAC provides studio, gallery and work space for Hong Kong artists to develop, practice and showcase their work.

    Last edited by Star Gazer; 19-02-2011 at 08:16 PM.