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The Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre is a repurposed public factory estate that suitably retains its former charm and provide a lot of great opportunities for photographers to flex their creative muscles.
JCCAC was located at the middle of city. It is one of the most active and largest art center in Hong Kong. The location was very convenient and close to MTR station. There were various selections of exhibition there and sometimes packed with local and...More
Worth visiting. A former Shek Kip Mei Factory Estate was built in 1977 which was transformed into a creative arts centre in 2008, providing a total of 124 studio units (around 24 square metres per unit) for the local artists to pursue their art and...More
First, it might be a bit hard to find this place, but when you get there, it is lovely!
The art centre is located in a former public housing.
There are exhibition areas, independent art studios and cafes.
Very easy to reach from Shek Kip Mei MTR Station: get out at exit C, and then just follow the road until you get to a building that says "JCCAC" (there are several signs pointing to it). I give it a 5/5 because I think...More
You have to know where you're going in order to get there. The signage is poor.
Walk through the underpassUn Chau Street in Sham Shui Po and turn left after you surface. Walk up the hill and the building is on your right.
This place is probably the dream place for local artists who cannot afford high rents. It is spread out on around 7 floors, with studios and art /photography shops offering exhibitions and workshops regularly to the public.
The JCCAC hosts monthly art fairs selling crafts...More
Went a saturday afternoon because it was close to where we're staying. it's easy enough to find when you exit the MTR, but the place itself was empty. Apparently there are a bunch of art studios, but 95% of them were closed. The roof terrace...More
I am a student of one of the Art Studio in this centre. Not many people know about this Arts Centre but this is definitely a nice place to go. It holds an Art Market once every month. Even if you are visiting in weekdays,...More