Benjamin Li
Nov 11, 2013

Hong Kong Tramways and Poad run urban art workshop to nurture local creatives

Hong Kong Tramways teamed up with Poad to organize an urban graffiti art workshop on 27 October. A group of 57 budding creatives learned from urban artist Pantone Cheung, who demonstrated stencil creation and spray paint application. The group's spray-painted works are on display at the tram shelter outside the Regal Hotel, Causeway Bay, until 1 December.

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