8th March, 2004
In the class Introduction of Digital Video, students enjoy to learn simple digital video editing, and some video shots and tricks. Arden Chen, the lecturer of this workshop, shows his students how to take a video film in the best way and encourages them to create their own ideas. To know more about their works, please click HERE.
High Fashion Product Design Training
6th March, 2004
The first session of High Fashion Product Design Training has been held on 6 March. This is also the first workshop of CCI in 2004. Juin Tam, the lecturer of this workshop, shared his valuable experience in Fashion Design with his students. Since every session of High Fashion Product Design Training is opened individually, it is now continuing to accept the registration.
Creative Minds EXPLODE!
5th March, 2004
Links of our Instructors: SIMON HO ARDEN CHEN JUIN TAM WONG HO SANG DENIS MURRELL * We accept application on a first-come-first-served basis. * In completion of the workshop, Creative Macau will award students certificates issued by IEEM (The Macau Institute of European Studies). * The CCI reserves the right to make any changes for the workshops without […]
Interview: With Robert Lai by Macao Daily
9th February, 2004
Robert Lai, a fashion designer who has returned from Parisnot long ago, currently acts as the image consultant of Hong Kong artist Faye Wong. Robert says Europe provides an ideal environment in nourishing and supporting new designers, which is totally different from here in Asia. In Macau, consumers with high purchasing power rarely support the local creation. From his experience, Robert suggests that fashion […]
Interview: Mook Magazine Made a Visit to CCI
3rd February, 2004
The MOOK Magazine from Taiwan visited Creative Macau in the afternoon of February 3, 2004. There they had an interview with the Center together with one of our participants, the Fashion Designer Vanessa Cheah, regarding her VCSLlabel. At the Center, Vanessa showed the press her latest fashionable design clothing for both display and for sale.
Interview: With Loly by Macao Daily
20th January, 2004 16:00
Loly has been working in the Fashion Industry for over 28 years. Due to the small market of Macau, Loly says it is rather difficult to develop a local brand name which is “Made in Macau?”. Recently with the promotion of her page in Creative Macau