Kaohsiung: Looking for a place where to do some Art Work...

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Kaohsiung: Looking for a place where to do some Art Work...

Postby Toms » 21 May 2012, 11:24

Hi,
I am looking for a place I could do painting and other art stuff!!! Need to be cheap, old, not clean, so that I can do whatever I want...
Would be great too to share that place with other artists...

Let me know if you are interested to find such a place or if you have any idea about some area.

email: bonzomonstrueux@hotmail.com
Phone: 0987963727

Thanks!!
Tom
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