Creative Macau

Center for Creative Industries


Ken C. I. Chau

Ken C. I. Chau, was born in Macau, who is currently employed in the design and art education related work. He graduated from the well-known Sheridan College in Ontario, Canada, majored in Classical Animation. After graduated from Sheridan, Ken served as an anime and cartoon art instructor in Mississauga City Hall Art Department of Canada and also worked as a graphic designer. In 2007, Ken returned to Macau and started working at various schools, universities and colleges, where he taught the visual art, two-dimensional and three-dimensional animations, software applications, cartoon drawing and other related subjects.

Except teaching, he also served as the technical director of an animation company in Guangzhou and the designer for the marketing department of the private hospital in Macau. Ken always participates in the various areas of the animation and the design productions, and won the different types of the art recognition certificates and the guidance awards etc..


“Four Seasons” 20th Anniversary Members Collective Exhibition

28th August — 29th September, 2023

It’s a great pleasure to celebrate two decades of intense artistic and cultural activity with the creative community, which began on the 28th of August 2003 with the mission of welcoming established professionals and new talents seeking recognition. We thank all associated members for their collaboration with thoughtful support since they willingly accept our invitations […]

0 ZERO and SINE DIE – 19th anniversary members collective exhibition

27th August — 24th September, 2022

The Grand Opening of the Center for Creative Industries – CREATIVE MACAU took place 19 years ago, on an auspicious Thursday, on August 28, 2003. Today, we celebrate its 19th anniversary, and we continue to work on our mission. This space hosted an eclectic exhibition with works by members, enrolled in a range of creative […]

UNLOCK THAT DOOR – 17th Anniversary Collective Exhibition

28th August — 19th September, 2020

Today, not many people write letters on paper to be sent by post or delivered by hand. Writing a letter to someone is something intimate – although the other person is far away, he/she remains present both in image and spirit. Words in letters carry meanings and often lead us to a cathartic release. When […]