location30 Pak Tin Street, Shek Kip Mei, Hong Kong

Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (aka JCCAC) is an award winning architectural conversion from the former Shek Kip Mei Factory Estate, which was a stronghold for cottage industries half a century ago. It opened in 2008 and operates as a self-financed, registered charity. As a multi-disciplinary arts village and art centre, JCCAC provides studio facilities for the arts community and a relaxed environment for the public to experience arts and culture. Visitors are welcome to stroll around freely during opening hours to discover for themselves the creative spirit of the place.

JCCAC includes a tea house, café and craft shops. Artworks can be found dotted around the public spaces, and there are two major venues, the Black Box Theatre and two levels of Galleries. Programmes organised by artists, such as experimental stage performances, themed exhibitions and art workshops, are usually held during weekends. Regular public events presented by JCCAC include the annual JCCAC Festival in December, quarterly Handicraft Fair, rooftop film screening and public guided tours. Visitors may obtain programme information from the JCCAC website, the published monthly programme guide or by subscribing to JCCAC e-news.

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