Oil Street Art Space - Platform for New Artists

Opened in 2013, this arts centre not only provides a creative platform for local artists, but also provides a public space of arts for local residents.
Inside the arts centre, there are one main building and two ancillary buildings.
These buildings were built in 1908 and were constructed in Arts and Crafts architectural style, mainly using the red bricks and the stuccos.

This arts centre mainly housed three types of exhibitions.
The first type of exhibitions is mainly related to the development of young artists.
Through the exhibitions, young artists can exchange their ideas with the professionals.
Besides, it is also a good opportunity for the new artists to learn and gain recognition.

The second type of exhibitions allows the artists and the community groups to exchange their ideas.
Through the social interactions, they can create more new insights.

The last type of exhibitions provides a platform for the artists and the local residents to present their exhibits.
Through the platform, artists can integrate art into the daily life.

The arts centre is open to public from 2:00am to 8:00pm on Mondays.
From Tuesdays to Sundays, it is open from 10:00am to 8:00pm.
Admission is free.

To get there, take MTR to Fortress Hill MTR Station and leave at Exit A.
Then, walk along Oil Street for about 3 minutes.

Location: Oil Street Art Space
Address: 12 Oil Street, Fortress Hill, Hong Kong



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