Centennial Arts Fest is June 16 in Jackson Square, artists w and HONG KONG ARTS


The Downtown Batavia Business Improvement District (BID) is sponsoring the Centennial Arts Fest, exhibiting artists work from 4 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 16, in Jackson Square. This event is in conjunction with the City of Batavia’s Centennial celebration.

Centennial Arts will be an outdoor gallery displaying artists of any age, media and location around Western New York. This is a free event for artists to display three or four pieces of their best work. The public is invited to browse and buy art during the show.

There is still room for artists to display and/or sell their work!  The B.I.D. Promotion Committee will be offering a $100 prize for the “People’s Choice” award for the best all-around artist.

If you are interested in exhibiting in Centennial Arts or have questions please contact Don Burkel at dburkel@downtownbataviany.com or call (585) 344-0900 for an application



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Fine Art Asia 2015

Showcasing a wide range of fine art from both the East and the West by 100 prestigious international galleries, the fair displays antiques including ancient Chinese bronzes, rare Himalayan, Central Asian and Islamic art, Chinese ceramics, lacquerware and more! Come and join art collectors and lovers from all over the world!


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The Hong Kong Museum of Art features more than 15,000 art objects including calligraphy, antique Chinese treasures, paintings of historical significance and works by local artists. The museum also presents a great variety of thematic exhibitions drawn from local and overseas sources. The Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware in Hong Kong Park is a branch of the Hong Kong Museum of Art.

10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
+852 2721 0116
How to get there
East Tsim Sha Tsui Station Exit L6 or J; Tsim Sha Tsui Station Exit E. You can also take the Star Ferry from Central or Wan Chai to Tsim Sha Tsui and walk to the museum. It’s about 10 mins.

Hong Kong’s art museums cover topics as diverse as tea ware and film, with exhibits spanning the pre-historic to the avant-garde. Discover the vibrancy and creativity of Asia’s world city, then and very much now.