CINE ART MARKET will be held from May to September at the Busan Cinema Center for the first time.
To offer range of diverse, fun, and unique experiences to visitors, the Cine Art Market has been organized to serve as venue for those wishing to buy and sell art works and items related to films.
Anyone from professional artists to regular citizens can sell their items at the Cine Art Market. So if you have a collection of movie posters, movie soundtracks, postcards of movie stars or any other item related film that you wish to sell, you are encouraged to get involved and become a vendor at the Cine Art Market.
The market will be held both inside and outside the Busan Cinema Center, and will start on May 5, and then be held every second Saturday of the month from June to September in the outdoor square of the Busan Cinema Center. The indoor art market is located on the 1st floor of the Double Cone at the Busan Cinema Center and will be open from May to August daily.
For more information, please contact the Busan Cinema Center at (051)780-6134.
Source: Busan eFM News
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