Creative Macau

Center for Creative Industries

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Selected Works 2022 – USJ students exhibition

11th November — 10th December, 2022

Students from USJ show their best-selected works at Creative Macau “SELECTED WORKS 2022” is the title of the exhibition open to the public at the Creative Macau, from November 11 to December 10, 2022. Artworks from the University of Saint Joseph’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities-Department of Creative Industries graduated students, are exhibited as part […]

Deignan Award for Responsible Entrepreneurship (DARE)

27th — 31st October, 2022

About the Deignan Award for Responsible Entrepreneurship (DARE) The focus of DARE is on SMEs operating within the cross-cultural centres of Hong Kong and Macao. Its objective is to carefully select successful and qualified SMEs from Hong Kong and Macao that show a credible track record of specific achievements in the field of sustainability and […]

HIDE AND SEEK – artistic works with paper cutting

7th — 29th October, 2022

CREATIVE MACAU invited Leong Fei In and Papa Osmubal – two local artists to participate in the exhibition HIDE-AND-SEEK with artworks in the form of paper cutting. The art of figurative paper cutting has been connoted as popular art for centuries. Transmitting wonderfully in pictorial form, stories, legends, fables and myths. In some countries, it […]

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 […]

Flickering and Enchanting Space – paintings

16th June — 20th August, 2022

In contrast with landscape, artist used fairytale colors to create some imaginative or fantasies space. She comes to herself and reckon this as fiction-scape or in-scape with no seasons, no dawn and dusk nor astronomical phenomenon. Falling stripes, floating circles, geometrical shapes and seemingly recognizable and non-recognizable elements often stand out in the paintings and […]

What’s Next – USJ MCM students Open Class

11th June, 2022 15:00

In an Open Class, under the theme “What’s Next”, The University of Saint Joseph’s (USJ) Master of Communication and Media (MCM) students are showcasing their best works, on 11th of June 2022 (Saturday) 15:00 at Creative Macau . This is a free and public open event, covering a wide range of areas, such as Audiovisual […]

Wings of May – artistic works with paper

12th May — 11th June, 2022

CREATIVE MACAU invited Bing Cheong and Elisa Vilaça – two local artists who have made their creative journey creating works with recyclable materials. This exhibition of creative works with paper, aims to offer to the public, tangible and intangible of poetic views, to see and feel the invited artists’ worlds, and to give new life […]

Our Precious Moments – Cheong Ut Man Painting Exhibition

31st March — 30th April, 2022

Grandma was my guardian angel. The way she protected me was unique, she used to raise her fist, smiled and pretended to hit me, but in actuality she really did hit me… When I couldn’t fall asleep, tossing and turning accidentally waking her up, she would pinch me. When I felt bored while having dinner, […]

Fantasy Unending – watercolour painting exhibition

24th February — 26th March, 2022

God’s breath transforms into the wind, travels across galaxies,  to be blown into this SAHA world, blow into everything in this world, clearing the tears, dissipating Chaos, awakening the enormous dream manmade made, bringing back the unified beginning.

Seeing The Light In Black And White – Photography Exhibition

13th January — 19th February, 2022

In the course of the history of photography, among photographers who make it as art, there have been opposing ideas about texts to explain the images. It is said that a good photograph needs no explanation. If photography is art and art is sufficient, the image itself must be independent, transmitting everything through the image […]