STREET PAINTING COMES TO HK The Youth Arts Festival will turn Tong Chong Street in Quarry Bay into a vibrant arts hub, with street painting and live performances on Saturday and Sunday. Six international artists will introduce Italian street painting to Hong Kong. The tradition of street painting or chalk art, featuring religious icons, began in 16th-century Italy. Today, the art has seen a revival on streets in European cities and in the United States at arts festivals. In this street extravaganza, the artists will draw a 4.8 by 7.3-metre chalk painting on the pavement of Tong Chong Street. The event will also feature a variety of street performances, including live gigs and stalls selling CDs, souvenirs and art materials. Admission is free from 9am to 6pm. ANNIVERSARY MUSIC PARTY A group of local singer-songwriters will join hands to celebrate the third anniversary of Green Coffee, a music label dedicated to promoting talented locals. Joining the party are founder Vicky Fung as well as rising stars Pong Nan, Peco Chui, Jone Chui and Kay Tse. The festivities will take place tomorrow at 9.30pm at Hard Rock Cafe in Tsim Sha Tsui. Tickets at $120, including a soft drink, are available from the cafe. For more information, call 2375 1323.