Hin Bus Depot Art Centre
The Hin Bus Depot is a designted heritage building near Komtar in Penang. It was owned by Hin Company and was used as a bus depot and ceased operations in the early 2000s. What was once an abandoned and decaying old bus depot has been given a new lease of life as an eclectic and quirky modern Art Gallery, now known as the The Hin Bus Depot Art Centre. The first exhibition held at the The Hin Bus Depot Art Centre was the first solo show of Ernest Zacharevic, the Lithuanian artist, who is famous for introducing wall murals on the streets of Penang. The mission of the centre is to promote conceptual and textualize art in Malaysia.
The Hin Bus Depot Art Centre is an art gallery that offers a variety of art installation by various artist which changes from time to time depending of the current showcased artiste. This event venue offers a unique open space concept for art lovers to be able to sit back and enjoy the creative vibe that flows so strongly here. The Hin Bus Depot Art Centre is a suitable event space for art exhibitions, installations, and performances. It has also hosted bazaars, and community events. The space here can accommodate up to 400 pax.
The Hin Bus Depot Art Centre is located in the heart of Georgetown just within a short walk from Komtar. There is limited street parking available.
- 31A, Jalan Gurdwara,
10300 George Town,
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