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Chai Wan Industrial City, Phase 1, 60 Wing Tai Road, Chai Wan, Hong Kong
柴湾尾, 香港柴湾永泰道60号柴湾工业城一期
2014.05.16 Fri - 2014.05.17 Sat
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05/16/2014 12:30
Chai Wan Industrial City, Phase 1, 60 Wing Tai Road, Chai Wan, Hong Kong
柴湾尾, 香港柴湾永泰道60号柴湾工业城一期
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Chai Wan Wei 2014:
Art & Design Festival
[Press Release]

Celebrate the 3rd edition of the festival during Art Basel Hong Kong 2014

Press preview & tour: Friday, May 16 – 12:30 – 14:30
Event dates: Friday, May 16 – 14:00 – 22:00
Saturday, May 17 – 11:00 – 19:00

Event Location: Galleries and Creative Spaces across Chai Wanmei in Hong Kong
Central Info Point: Chai Wan Industrial City Phase 1 Carpark, Sheung On Street, Chai Wan, Hong Kong

Chai Wan Mei, the creative art and design festival held annually since 2012, proudly presents its third edition in 2014, gathering more than 60 artists, designers and creative professionals across 40 studios, and 3 performances, over a period of two days on the 16 & 17 May.

Co-organised by Platform China and 10 Chancery Lane Gallery— in conjunction with and supported by Art Basel Hong Kong — Chai Wan Mei is a much anticipated event in the Hong Kong art calendar attracting local and international visitors looking to escape the fair grounds for a few hours and explore Hong Kong’s grassroots arts scene beyond the Central district.

The festival is based in the industrial neighbourhood of Chai Wan, home to a unique and vibrant community of artists, designers, likened to New York’s Chelsea and recently awarded the Local Hero Award. This year’s edition brings together a rich program of Fine Art Exhibitions, Guerrilla Art Installations by cutting-edge artists in Public Spaces, Curated Designer Pop-up Village, Interactive Artist Performances, Artist and Curator talks, Designer Workshops, Book Launches, Open Studios late-night cocktails, and the Chai Wan Nites warehouse party (limited capacity RSVP essential), to celebrate the second edition of Art Basel Hong Kong and cement its new Asian identity within Hong Kong’s dynamic art hub.