“Art Fair @5 Outubro Street” continues to launch this weekend

The “Art Fair @5 Outubro Street” provides a display platform for interested parties to develop the cultural and creative industries thus encouraging and motivating the growth of these industries.

Organised by the Cultural Affairs Bureau and the Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau, the second “Art Fair @5 Outubro Street” of this year will be held on Saturday and Sunday (13-14 February), from 3pm to 8pm, at the Hong Kung Temple Square. Admission is free. Residents and tourists are welcome to participate and select their favourite creative products, while enjoying music performances at the same time. 36 booths will be set up during the two-day fair, themed on original handicrafts, creative food and beverage and on-site creations. Cultural and creative practitioners from Hong Kong and Macao will introduce and sell distinctive and creative products, including leather goods, porcelain, silver accessories, textiles, eco-friendly utensils, and natural beauty products, etc. In addition, eight music bands from the two regions will perform, enhancing the festive atmosphere. Performers include Single Path, Crossline, CC Gary, Lok@MatchBox (HK), Rush & Crush, Voicoholics, Sketch and Music Ally (HK). The “Art Fair @5 Outubro Street” takes place at Hong Kung Temple Square on the second weekend of every month, excluding May and November. It aims to provide a display platform for interested parties to develop the cultural and creative industries, thus encouraging and motivating the growth of these industries. The “Art Fair @5 Outubro Street” in March will be held on 12th and 13th of this month, from 3pm to 8pm, at the Hong Kung Temple Square as usual. For more information, please visit the Macao Cultural and Creative Industries Website (www.macaucci.com) or the Tap Seac Art Fair Facebook page (www.facebook.com/TapSeac.Artfair). For any enquiries, please contact Ms. Wong, staff member of IC, through tel. 2892 4040, during office hours.

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