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Artist Opportunity: Sun Museum's Hong Kong Paintings in Sai Yuen Lane Exhibition

Sun Museum is having an open call for their upcoming painting exhibition to their new space.


Artist Opportunity: Sun Museum

Image: Courtesy of Sun Museum


Sun Museum, approaching its ninth year, is preparing to relocate from Kowloon to a new address on Hong Kong Island, marking a new phase of growth. The museum has always been committed to promoting Chinese culture and fostering the development of Hong Kong’s art scene. In celebration of its new opening, the museum is organising a special exhibition, inviting Hong Kong artists to submit their recent paintings for consideration. The exhibition aims to showcase exceptional pieces, which represents the latest styles and achievements of Hong Kong painters.

 

The new address of the Sun Museum is 1 Sai Yuen Lane, Sai Ying Pun. Titled “Hong Kong Paintings in Sai Yuen Lane,” the exhibition symbolises the museum’s transformation of Sai Yuen Lane into a vibrant artistic landmark on Hong Kong Island. It aspires to attract a greater number of visitors, creating a thriving hub for cultural and artistic exchange.




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Competition Deadline:


15 May 2024


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