Opened in 2008, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC) is the first factory-turned artist village and arts centre in Hong Kong. JCCAC is a self-financed registered charity and Hong Kong Baptist University’s subsidiary.
The multidisciplinary arts and cultural venue is open to the public and is dedicated to meet the arts community’s need for affordable arts studio and display facilities, nurture young creative talents for Hong Kong and provide a relaxed environment for the public to experience arts and culture.
Spread over 200,000 square feet, JCCAC is the operation base for around 140 artists and cultural organisations of a wide array of art forms, of which around a quarter of its studios are dedicated specifically to support development of promising emerging artists.
Art forms: Photography, Digital Arts, Performing Arts, Film and Video, Installations, Net Art, Textiles, Archive work, Design, Architecture, Ceramics, Sculpture, Painting, Socially Engaged Practice, Printmaking, Sound Art