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12 best art jamming studios in Hong Kong

By Ching Yuen 29 July 2020

Header image courtesy of Muse Art Jam (Facebook)

If you can jam with music, why not jam with art? Art jamming is a relaxing and engaging group activity to bring out your inner artist and unleash your raw creativity on a blank canvas, and it’s also an unconventional alternative when you’re looking to hang out with friends and family. Here are our top picks for the best studios that host art jamming sessions and classes around Hong Kong. Let’s jam!

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Platform Art Jamming Studio

Specialising in art courses for children and classes for adults as well as guided art jamming sessions with teachers, Platform Art Jamming Studio is the perfect place for the novice painter to start their creative journey. Pigments and paints available here are all handmade and flown in from France and Japan, with up to 115 different kinds of hues for you to use and explore the subtle art of colour mixing. With locations on Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and even Macau, there are options to book out a session for a casual art jam, team-building workshops, and even a children’s party!

Platform Art Jamming Studio, locations across Hong Kong and Macau


Muse Art Jam

Feed your artistic appetite at Muse Art Jam’s art jamming workshops ($238 for three hours), where you can indulge in the serene setting of a bright and minimalistic studio, soak up the benefits of complimentary herbal teas, and reset your inner calm before tackling the blank canvas. While you are free to create any kind of painting or come up with your own subject matter, the instructors at Muse Art Jam will also offer references works for you to choose from to get you started on your first canvas. Landscapes and night skies are quite common, and cartoon characters as well.

Muse Art Jam, Room C, 12/F, Kwong On Bank Mong Kok Branch Building, 728 Nathan Road, Mong Kok | (+852) 9884 8827


Aura Art

Painting can be done on all sorts of surfaces, and Aura Art is the perfect place to explore the bounds of your creativity. Offering an art jamming experience that extends beyond the canvas into everyday items and accessories, you can paint on tote bags ($250) and phone cases ($250) or you can even craft your own piece of neon art ($350). Drinks and tools are provided at no extra charge and Aura Art also has a wide range of art materials and reference books available for purchase and inspiration.

Aura Art, 1/F, 16 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay | (+852) 2886 2359

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Art Fête

More experienced artists will love the customisable art jamming experience offered at Art Fête. From different choices of canvas size to the duration of your workshop session—which can range from two to five hours—this studio presents art jamming in a casual, come-as-you-will format. If going with a partner, opt for one of their couple sets, such as Set A ($300) with two 20x20 canvases and complimentary snacks. For the ultimate team-building activity, why not combine your canvases into one large painting surface to create a collaborative art piece to remember?

Art Fête, 6E, Harvest Moon House, 337–339 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei | (+852) 9874 4650


Oscary Art

Hidden among the numerous levels of creative endeavours inside PMQ, just walking into Oscary Art will have you trembling in artsy anticipation. Art jamming workshops (starting from $200) usually last for four hours and the atmosphere is convivial and collaborative; make some friends along the way as you paint and let yourself be inspired by what other people are working on. If you’re looking to follow up your art jamming experience with even more workshops, Oscary Art also hosts guided classes on preserved flower art and build-your-own terrariums.

Oscary Art, S511, Block A, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central | (+852) 9588 1514


Popa Art

For an all-inclusive experience that allows you to fully immerse yourself in your artistic creation, look no further than Popa Art Jam. This urban studio takes pride in its comfortable atmosphere, complete with a peaceful soundtrack, complimentary beverages included in the price, and all the creative materials you need to craft a masterpiece painting. For $400, you get a canvas size of your choice and three hours of thorough art jamming. You can also book out the entire studio for a private art jamming party, as long as you come with a group of at least 10 people. Capacity is capped at 20.

Popa Art, Room N, 3/F, Kiu Hing Mansion, 11 Tin Hau Temple Road, Tin Hau | (+852) 2529 9608

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Magen Studio

Much loved for their colourful décor, Magen Studio is often frequented by local celebrities and KOLs looking to take their creative talents for a spin. Art jamming sessions start from $320, but discounts are given for groups of two and above, so be sure to bring a group of intrepid friends to take full advantage of their deals. When you’ve completed your painting workshop, wrap up with a few selfies taken along their patterned and floral backdrops to remember your artistic day out.

Magen Studio, 305 Ho Lik Centre, 66A Sha Tsui Road, Tsuen Wan | (+852) 9444 9477


L’b3 Workshop

If you’re looking to become a regular art jammer, then L’b3 Workshop should be at the top of your list. This industrial painting studio in Kwun Tong offers art jam sessions revolving around monthly themes to keep artistic minds entertained, but you can also bring your own reference photos and ask the teachers guide you on your jamming session if you already have a theme in mind. Workshops start from $200 for three hours with a 30x40cm canvas and complimentary drinks provided.

L’b3 Workshop, Room A8, 4/F, Block 2, Camel Paint Building, 62 Hoi Yuen Road, Kwun Tong



Serving as a purpose-built multifunctional art space in the heart of Hong Kong’s creative district, Artffiti combines an exhibition gallery, an events space, and a classroom all into one. Here, art jamming workshops are hosted for both kids and adults, and they specialise in art jamming parties for all ages as well. All tools and materials required for the workshop are provided by Artffiti. They can also customise your workshop experience and offer event planning for your art jam!

Artffiti, Flat E, 2/F, Tai Fat Building, 37 Ko Shing Street, Sheung Wan | (+852) 9125 3579

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Choco L’ART Studio

Perfect for entertaining the little ones on rainy afternoons, Choco L’ART Studio offers three-hour art jamming workshops (starting from $260) that are well-suited for developing budding artistic curiosity. Packed with all sorts of equipment, ranging from acrylics and watercolour paints, as well as classes on oil painting and sketching depending on your preference for the day, there’s plenty to get busy with. Although Choco L’ART Studio focuses more on art for children, adults are welcome.

Choco L’ART Studio, 2B, Yan King Court, 119–121 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai | (+852) 6695 1161


KA Atelier

Looking for a truly unique painting workshop? KA Atelier offers art jamming sessions and classes with a traditional Chinese twist. For starters, you can paint on Chinese teacups ($320), drawing inspiration from natural motifs like bamboo, plum blossoms, and orchids, and you can also get to work on customising your own wooden jewellery box ($380). Even more unconventional options come in the form of painting your own traditional silk fan ($400), which uses Chinese inks and colours to encourage a deeper understanding and appreciation of Chinese painting styles.

KA Atelier, 2D Star Street, Wan Chai | (+852) 3484 2919



Bonart describes their art jamming sessions as “a free-flowing acrylic paint buffet” and we’ll be darned if that doesn’t perfectly encapsulate what an art jamming experience feels like. To start with, choose to craft your painting project on either the 45x45 canvas ($350) or the 50x70 canvas ($420) for your three-hour session. Aprons and wet paintboxes are included in the price so you can safely transport your masterpiece to its new home!

Bonart, locations across Hong Kong

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Ching Yuen

Former editor

Having lived in Hong Kong, Beijing, and London sure is a fun fact whenever people try to guess Ching’s accent. She loves switching between all these language channels and her “mother tongue” is just determined by how many drinks she’s had for the night! She loves movies, travelling, and exploring cities, from hidden alleys to gourmet dining, so feel free to hit her up if you need any suggestions for dinner!