Creative Macau

Center for Creative Industries

Events

Exhibitions

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 – 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 […]

SELECTED WORKS 2021

8th — 27th November, 2021

Students from USJ show their best-selected works at Creative Macau “SELECTED WORKS 2021” is the name of the exhibition opened to the public at the Creative Macau gallery, from 8 to 27 November 2021. Artworks from the University of Saint Joseph’s Department of Creative Industries graduated students, exhibited as part of the “SELECTED WORKS 2021” […]

OPEN CLOSE OPEN – 18th Anniversary Collective Exhibition

28th August — 30th September, 2021

Reflecting on these two atypical years, we proposed to the members an emotional catharsis that would creatively express the ups and downs of their own feelings. Each work presented will transmit personal feelings experienced, either real or metaphorical with the dilemma of Open – Close – Open, inside/outside of themselves. OPEN CLOSE OPEN inspired 33 […]

Rituality – painting and installation

8th July — 21st August, 2021

Rituals in life and the type of power that they grant us –  If life is a ritual for the existence of the soul, what ideological activity comes of it? When the original meaning of the ritual gradually fades, what form does the meaning take when the ritual carries on? These questions are explored and […]

The Endless Desire – Painting and Installation

27th May — 26th June, 2021

The solo exhibition by Zheng Yu will present his latest series of works that expresses his thoughts, experiments and implementation in arts. “Desire” is the most primitive and basic instinct of all animals in the world. From the human point of view, it is a kind of mental and physical content, and it is an […]

Beautiful Sunset, Infinite Good – Installation of Artistic Illustrations

15th April — 22nd May, 2021

I wrote and illustrated a picture-book last year, Mr Matos Goes to Buy Tomatoes, a tale of Mr Matos who lives around Bird Garden and goes to buy tomatoes, the tomatoes fall onto the ground on his way home and turns into a giant plant. Quite an absurd story as it is, but the background […]

Sentimental Attachment – Drawings & Illustrations

4th March — 10th April, 2021

Drawing and Illustration are two distinct visual expressions that underline the authors’ identity and their imaginative universes. Sometimes, they represent a perfect symbiosis and have a Sentimental Attachment in common in the creation process. Drawing is in essence the artistic self-expression of what is “seen”. It represents ideas through lines and sketches, in a concrete […]