Macau OX Warehouse

No Cruzamento Entre a Avenida do Cornel Mesquita e a Avenida do Almirante Lacerda Tel:530026 opening hours: 12:00-7:00/Closed on Tuesdays

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Prelude to the 10th Anniversary of 1999 Macao Handover

Prelude to the 10th Anniversary of 1999 Macao Handover
art exhibition
Opening :(Saturday) 4:00pm, 15 November 2008 Exhibition Period :4 November 2008 to 19 January 2009
The Old Ladies house Art Space will present on November 15th 2008 a collective exhibition “Prelude to the 10th Anniversary of 1999 Macao Handover” at the Ox Warehouse. The exhibition can be seen until January 19th 2009.
The exhibition features artworks of Hong Kong and Macao artists, reflecting the two territories’ handover experiences, and their impact on residents’ lives, as well as on the urban development, which is always a challenge to human societies.
Drawing inspiration from daily life, the artists will show their thoughts about life and urban development in a creative manner.
The Handover have a special meaning to citizens of Macao and Hong Kong. The handover date is a much celebrated special holiday in both territories. The exhibition, highlighting works that illustrate the cultural and lifestyle changes before and after the handover, intends to offer a retrospective reflection on the transition.
Being produced in 2008 – exactly one year before the 10th anniversary of 1999 Macao handover and one year after the 10th anniversary of 1997 Hong Kong handover – it invites Macao people to reflect on their attitude to life for the coming year.
This exhibition will showcase Macao’s changes in the last ten years, which certainly would have a great significance to all Macao residents, regardless of having witnessed or not the handover ceremony.
Opening ceremony and talk with artists
Time :(Saturday) 4:45-6:30p.m. 15 November Participated Artist: Bianca LEI Sio ChongJoão Ó Bruno Soares Pan Ta-Chien, Ray Pekeong Fortes Sequeira Wong Ka Long Kent, Ieong Chi Kin Joey Ho Ray Granlund Kan Pui Ian Gigi Lee Yee Kee ( Curator) Organization:Old Ladies’ House Art Space Sponsor: IACM FUNDAÇÃO MACAU ICGM Venue: Ox WarehouseNo Cruzamento entro a Avenida do Coronel Mesquita e a Avenida Almirante Lacerda MacauOpening time:(12:00 ~ 19:00, Closed on Tuesdays) Bus Line : 1,1A,3,3A,4,5,6,7,8,8A,9,9A,16,17,23,25,26,26A,28C,32,33,34 For enquiry:28530026 (12:00 ~ 19:00/ Closed on Tuesdays) Fax:28533047E –mail:oxwarehouse@gmail.comWebsite:

Opening for Going On-Exhibition of creative works by students of ox warehouse art workshop

Going On-Exhibition of creative works by students of ox warehouse art workshop

Going On – Exhibition of creative works by students of oxwarehouse art workshop Opening :Saturday)4:00pm, 4 October 2008 Exhibition Period :4 October to 2 November, 2008Creation is actually the improvement of the self through imagination.” – a thought by Gukzik, Moon Festival 2008.“Going On - Exhibition of Creative Works by Students of Ox Warehouse Art Workshop” is the wrap-up of the painting workshop hosted by Gukzik Lao, a creative artist from Hong Kong, through which the instructor, together with students from different backgrounds and occupations, explore and experiment with materials. For Gukzik, exploration is basically to place oneself in a strange environment in order to become creative. The feeling of strangeness implies a high degree of curiosity about the environment, like a newborn bady reacting to the world, when everything is new and the impulse to explore strong. During the two-month, six-class workshop, Gukzik adapts the students’ mood to this approach, limiting the study to the materials only. Both in terms of the studies intensity and expected results, it suits well this short-term workshop.“Going On” is an open style painting exhibition through an ongoing creative process. The students can come back every day to rework their pieces, for further development, revision or improvement. At the same time, they are asked to put in writing their thoughts about the ongoing experience, which will become itself an ongoing process, allowing additions, deletions and revisions at anytime.Through this exhibition-cum-workshop, we hope to offer the students a basic training in art, to let them develop their own artistic language and enjoy the highest degree of creation in the process. Participating Artists:

Miguel Ng May Ha Ivy LeongJess Chan Cheng Man Ting Debby Sou Curator: Frank Lei Organization: Old Ladies’ House Art Space Sponsor: IACM FUNDAÇÃO MACAU Venue: Ox Warehouse No Cruzamento entro a Avenida do Coronel Mesquita e a Avenida Almirante Lacerda Macau Opening time:(12:00 ~ 19:00, Closed on Tuesdays) Bus Line : 1,1A,3,3A,4,5,6,7,8,8A,9,9A,16,17,23,25,26,26A,28C,32,33,34 For enquiry:28530026 (12:00 ~ 19:00, Closed on Tuesdays) Fax:28533047E – Website:

Volcano in Ox house

Children's Summer Art Playground 2008 Mini-Theatre for the Family Volcano in Ox house
Step OutOrganizer: Old Ladies’ House Art SpaceProduction: Step Out1-2-3,1-2-3, stop! 1-2-3, finish your meal! 1-2-3, be good and stop crying! 1-2-3, volcano in Ox house! Every house, classroom has a volcano that will explode. Moms, dads and teachers, who will be the most upset when the mad cow is in bad mood? Show Time: September 27, 2008, 14:30, 16:30, 18:00, 19:30. September 28, 2008, 11:30, 14:30, 16:30 Venue: Ox Warehouse, 2nd FloorCrew Director/Performer/Puppet Design: Lou Chong Neng Script/Performer: Lam Van Va Producer/Theatre Adviser/Audio Design: Mok Sio Chong Setting & Prop Design/Lighting Design/Stage Set-up: Wong Oi Kuok Setting & Puppet Assistant: Kuok Chi Keng Lighting/Production Assistant: Tou Kuok Hong Stage Assistant: Vong Un Teng Stage Assistant: Vong Nga Lok Venue Assistant: Leong Cho Leng Ox Warehouse of the Old Ladies' House Art Space Introduction Founded in March 2002 in Macao, the Old Ladies'House Art Space is a private, non-profit, art association. It manages a leased artistic venue, Ox Warehouse, with a small staff in charge of daily administration and program planning and organization chores. The Ox Warehouse presents exhibitions and performances of contemporary art, trying to provide an alternative platform to the local arts scene, which is a bit wanting in this regard. Being dedicated to the promotion of art, the Ox Warehouse also organizes inspirational artistic workshops, in order to foster individual creativity and the experimental spirit, as well as cross-border exchange programs. Last but not the least, the Ox Warehouse art space is open to local artists and art associations for collaborative projects, making the venue an experimental platform for Macao's artistic creation. Ox Warehouse website: Step Out. Step Out Step Out is a nonprofit art association founded in 2001. It has already created and staged more than 30 theater plays, trying to express its concern for the society and the human condition. Step Out strives to break the boundaries between different art forms, proposing a varied performing style. So far, its children’s theater creations and productions have included, among others: “Ugly Duck” which toured several schools; “Forest Dreamland”, co-organized with the Lazarus Youth Center; “Art Ambassador Telling You - Niki de Saint Phalle”, organized by the Macao Art Museum; “Forest of Dreams” for the Theatre Literature Series, organized by the Macao Cultural Center, as well as the “Storage in Ox House” for the Children's Summer Art Playground 2007, organized by the Old Ladies Art Space. Step Out website: Macao Daily, Macao Conservatory, Poor Space and all the Children and adult who inspired us. In His love Sponsor IACM ICGMVenue Ox Warehouse No Cruzamento entro a Avenida do Coronel Mesquita e a Avenida Almirante Lacerda Macau Opening time:(12:00 ~ 19:00, Closed on Tuesdays) Bus Line : 1,1A,3,3A,4,5,6,7,8,8A,9,9A,16,17,23,25,26,26A,28C,32,33,34 For enquiry:28530026 (12:00 ~ 19:00, Closed on Tuesdays) Fax:28533047E – Website:

Opening for 2008 Children' s Summer Art Playground--Children's Creative works Exhibition

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Some photos in 2008 Children' s Summer Art Playground

2008Children' s Summer Art Playground 2008--Images. Drawing Fantasy---Children's Creative works Exhibition

2008Children' s Summer Art Playground 2008 Images. Drawing Fantasy---Children's Creative works Exhibition Opening :Saturday30 August 2008 Exhibition Period :30 August to 26 October, 2008
All kinds of incredible imagination can be created on a blank sheet of paper. Little artists express their curiosity on paper through different techniques. The little artists in this exhibition are from 80 different schools, presenting their work after their summer art workshop activities, in which they expressed their most honest “Fantasy” . Curator:Kan Pui Ian Organization: Old Ladies’ House Art Space Sponsor:IACM ICGM Co-organized:DSEJ Venue: Ox WarehouseNo Cruzamento entro a Avenida do Coronel Mesquita e a Avenida Almirante Lacerda Macau Opening time:12:00 ~ 19:00, Closed on Tuesdays Bus Line :1,1A,3,3A,4,5,6,7,8,8A,9,9A,16,17,23,25,26,26A,28C,32,33,34 For enquiry:28530026 (12:00 ~ 19:00, Closed on Tuesdays) Fax:28533047E –mail:mailto:oxwarehosue@gmail.comWebsite:
Mini-Family Theatre
volcano in Ox house Date2008年9月27日 27th September,200814:30,16:30,19:302008年9月28日28th September,200814:30,16:30
A continuation of last year’s “ Storage Room in Ox house”Let’s enter this puppet interacting mini theatre with our parents, this story begins with an angry cow.演出日期/ Date:2008年9月27日 27th September,200814:30,16:30,19:30
2008年9月28日28th September,200811:00,14:30,16:30
Location: 2nd Floor
Tickets:Ox warehouse、Pinto Livros (28 330909)
Ticket Price:Mop$25.00 (Mop$10.00) ($10 each for children ages 12 or below)
Language: Cantonese
Story Outline:
1-2-3, stop! 1-2-3 , finish your meal! 1-2-3 , be good and stop crying!1-2-3, volcano in ox house!every house, classroom has a volcano, that will,dad and teachers, who will be the most upset when angry cow is in bad mood?
Director:Lou Chong Neng
Creative Direction and Performance:Lam Van Va
Production:step out
Children ages between 4-10 and parents are welcome to the show!

Borders concert

At last night, GRENZENLOS presented at excellent concert, in Ox warehouse. In the photos, there are 5 members in the band,Olivia De Prato- violin (Austria/ US), William Lane - viola (Australia), Markus Sepperer- oboe (Austria), Eugene Ughetti- percussion (Australia)和Dickson dee - electronics (Hong Kong)

Thursday, February 12, 2009

IRENE,OI LENG CHEONG, 2008 New Art People Project Installation Exhibition

IRENE,OI LENG CHEONG, 2008 New Art People Project Installation Exhibition
Opening :9 August 2008

Exhibition Period :10 August to 14 September, 2008

My concept of the exhibition is about Macau's rapid changes. I would like to find out how the young people are coping with that. So now everyone has a lot to complain, a lot of comments on this and that, generally everything. But nobody actually stands up and speaks out. They only discuss individually.Therefore I would like to take this opportunity to gather all their complaints and put their voices all together to make a noise. The exhibition will be an installation with noises and fake plants.

Curator:Ng Fong Chao Organization: Old Ladies’ House Art Space Sponsor: IACM Venue:Ox Warehouse No Cruzamento entro a Avenida do Coronel Mesquita e a Avenida Almirante Lacerda Macau Opening time:(12:00 ~ 19:00, Closed on Tuesdays) Bus Line : 1,1A,3,3A,4,5,6,7,8,8A,9,9A,16,17,23,25,26,26A,28C,32,33,34For enquiry:28530026 (12:00 ~ 19:00, Closed on Tuesdays) Fax:28533047E –mail:oxwarehouse@gmail.comWebsite:

No eye to see 5 Down in Lin Kai to Dance with Boats

Ox Warehouse Theatre Season 2008
Ox Warehouse launched its first Theatre Season last year. Taking ‘memories’ as the main theme, a series of theatre performances, workshops and exhibitions were produced, including No. 7, 11th Street of Ilha Verde, That Time Flowers Blossom, Vibrating Memories – a Creative Body Movement Workshop, My Happy Travel Blog and The Hundred Ghats Down the Ganges.Ox Warehouse Theatre Season 2008 will continue the promotion of “the enhancement of spatial features (of Ox Warehouse), intermix of artistic boundaries, and interaction with the themes of in-house exhibitions”. By inviting local and resident artists from overseas, we will present several performances and workshops tailor-made for the Ox Warehouse venue.No eye to see 5Down in Lin Kai to Dance with Boats Performance time:July 20 and 21, 2008, at 8:00 pmVenue:Ox Warehouse (located at the corner of Avenida do Coronel Mesquita and Avenida Almirante Lacerda (one block up Red Market, under the flyover).Synopsis:Dr. Sightseeing, aka Curry Bone, will guide you around the Dwarfs’ Kingdom.The Museum of Recycling Relics is a non-governmental organization. If not for Curry Bone’s travelog, tourists couldn’t find it on the map.The museum is located at an ancient village in the Dwarfs’ Kingdom – its name being San Kio (New Bridge).Nobody knows why this old district is called San (New).Nobody knows why this place, without any bridge, is called Kio (Bridge).Nobody knows why this place, with no river, claims to have boats.The Museum of Recycling Relics is situated right in a place called Kai (River); yet there is no river.“Relocate the dead to paradise, stage performance for their relics”.Such is the slogan of the Museum, according to its Director.Creative Direction and Performance:Mok sio chong , Lou chong neng, Mok Ka HouOral History: Winter Cheng, James Chu, Vu ka sioInstallation and props design: Kuok chi kengThe script can be downloaded at: Old Ladies’ House Art SpaceProduction: Step OutSponsor: IACM FUNDAÇÃO HENRY FOKTickets: Mop40 (50% discount for students and Friends of Ox Warehouse).Tickets available at: Ox Warehouse (2853 0026), Pin To Bookshop (2833 0909) and Poor Space (2835 1572).
6/20/2008 04:53:00 下午 0 回應

Self-pursuit– The Explorations of Two Young PhotographersAll begins with dialogue.

Self-pursuit– The Explorations of Two Young PhotographersAll begins with dialogue.Dialogues between stories produced by images, or personal languages of photography or even each other’s unique discoveries.Such dialogues bring us on a trip to faraway Brazil, broadening our vision and also enriching our visual experiences. And this kind of effect can be achieved by a camera made from a paper box! Moreover, from these dialogues we may better understand the artists’ creative journeys. Isn’t it very interesting?The first photographer is waving at us from a country afar. Only when we get closer do we realize: eh! it’s Brazil, a land both familiar and strange to us. How does young and vibrant Maria Soares see this Portuguese-speaking nation? Brazil reminds us of Pelé, the King of Football, of Samba dancing and Carnival, and of course of its older big brother, Portugal. Maria, who loves photography, at first observes the country with curiosity yet in a light color tone. By observing Brazil deeply and in a delicate way, she shows a Brazil that looks unfamiliar to us. For us in Macao, this kind of observation, more distinct and focused, is rather urgent. With the media of photography and using her own language, Maria delivers the expression of her feelings, which cannot be interpreted by any other language. Her photos make me remember the road movies of Wim Wenders. They both randomly shoot objects fond during a wandering, but these ordinary subjects beheld in their eyes do encourage our fantastic imagination. For example, the scenes along the road taken from inside a car not only give us a glimpse of some architectural characteristics of Brazil, but also inspire us to observe the very familiar settings in an unconventional manner. This is exactly the key. While today’s Macao gives people ‘a sense of novelty’, we can also try to find a different way to retake this very familiar place. It could be a very interesting exercise.Yet what does the other artist, Si Meng Kuan(Frankie), think of photography as an expression tool?This time she uses a pinhole camera – a kind of unconventional photography apparatus – to discover the secrets of a hand-made gadget through a playful approach. It proves that a semi-controlled camera, if simply rendered with an experimental attitude and a will to discover other expression ways through different perspectives, will certainly give you surprises, making artistic creation so enjoyable and attractive. With a hand-made pinhole camera Frankie takes pictures of some very ordinary and usually unnoticed landscapes and things. Once captured in the paper box, the images become infused with a kind of (strong) expression power, looking unexpectedly different. Though a bit coarse and diffuse, they are so unsual that will keep sharpening our eyes over and over.In the end, if photography as an artistic tool can break out from its older molds, then it can also captivate audiences better, infusing them with imagination and inspiration.策展人 / Curator:李銳奮 / Frank Lei主辦 / Organization:婆仔屋藝術空間 / Old Ladies’ House Art Space贊助 / Sponsor:民政總署/ IACM澳門基金會 / FUNDAÇÃO MACAU
位於 6/18/2008 05:17:00 下午 0 回應

We are all Macao peopleA multi-angle creative exhibition inspired by neglected groups.

We are all Macao peopleA multi-angle creative exhibition inspired by neglected groups.
Some would say: “Modern art is difficult to understand, no matter how hard I try”. Yet some others would say, “There’s not much innovation in contemporary art, all has been tried”. But quite on the contrary, some people think that there is still a lot to be achieved in contemporary art and that one can even profit from it, considering the good sales of Chinese artists’ paintings. “If you just get one sold, wow! It can sustain you through all your remaining life.”Is that so?Absolutely. In fact, many people do not understand the relationship between artistic creation and people in the community, which can be used to convey positive messages and inspiration to the general public.Can artistic creation play a more constructive role in contemporary society and culture?As a group of young artists from Macao whose creativity has not yet been manipulated by the market, do we need to do more creative efforts to discover new sources of inspiration and the motivational power of art?This year, the Gallery Ox Warehouse of the Old Ladies’ House Art Space will keep its focus on the integration and exploration of community culture, concentrating on neglected groups of different communities. Through the eyes of a young artistic generation with different backgrounds, we hope to discover, recognize and reflect on the different living conditions of these disadvantaged groups. Meanwhile, through a multi-angle exploration, integration and creation, we will try to find some controversial topics for the general public reflection on some prevalent yet ignored social phenomena. Such creative exploration will give every participating artist a rare opportunity to re-examine, adjust and set his/her own attitude towards creation.We wish to open up extended spaces for creation, which is also Ox Warehouse’s current development direction.
Participating Artists:
Pakeong Sequeira
Quan Dai Xin
Ho Ka Cheng
Ng Man Kuai
Cora See
Joein, Leong Chou In
Chan Ka Keong
Wong Hung Kin Wong Si Ka
Sam Ip
Brain Cheong Curator:Frank Lei Curator Assistant: Alice Kok Organization: Old Ladies’ House Art Space Sponsor: IACM FUNDAÇÃO HENRY FOK
Free Admission For enquiry:28530026 (12:00 ~ 19:00,/ Closed on Tuesdays)
位於 6/07/2008 06:16:00 下午 0 回應

The Sight of Time

Symposium OX Warehouse
The Sight of Time*
Robert Cahen _Films and Videos by Robert Cahen
Robert Cahen
Robert Cahen is a seminal figure in the European art realm and is firmly positioned and widely regarded as one of the most important personalities in the field of experimental video.


A Retake of CREB Installations’Creation
Installation Exhibition by Performers of CREB: Camp Response Element-Binding
‘CREB: Camp Response Element-Binding’ was premiered at the Macau Fringe Festival 2007. A group of ‘creative performers’ presented imaginative dance movements, creating simultaneously their first installation on a few rooftops, used as artistic venues. What on earth is ‘creation’? This is an often discussed topic. From my viewpoint, ‘creation’ stands for many incarnations, which can be serious, lovely, beautiful, resplendent, ugly, glittering, light, free or oppressive; any incarnation in any creation is always a result of the artists’ choice, judgment and expression, while reflecting their philosophy of life.This story was started by discussions between the performers and me, about installation art and their views and recollections of the city. Despite their experience being focused on the stage performance, during the creation of CREB we explored together a wide variety of different topics regarding artistic creation, the expression of concepts and themes as well as the use of materials, all of which I found personally rewarding. Through this exhibition in Ox Warehouse, we not only try to explore different expression modes, trying to show how the CREB performers look back on and look forward to their own city through their reminiscences. But we also aim to develop further the last CREB performance, so as to offer the artists a space to better express and increase their care and concern for the city.
Kan Pui Ian, Curator
‘CREB: Camp Response Element-Binding’ was my ‘extravagant’ attempt at the Macau Fringe Festival 2007. Since I missed my childhood rooftops and the old days of the city, I conceived such a performance: audience watch from a distance with binoculars while artists perform on rooftops. But the concept proved very difficult to stage. While thinking about some solutions, silly questions came to me: “why there must be ‘performers’ at all in a performance? Why must we always see ‘something’? Why must we see a performance ‘on a spot’? Can performance just be ‘done’, like recollections of memory?” After elaborating on these, I came up with the idea of a performance about rooftops and memories of the city, without performers or venues.This completely different performance approach is worth of a note: the production team found several rooftops where each performer’s individual act was filmed by the performers, the photographer Bianca Lei and me. Bianca and I then edited the films, while performers moved on to another stage – to create their own installations.On the performing day, the audience did not see the performances on the actual venues (rooftops), but instead the performers’ creation of installations (as an extension of the performance), which drove viewers into a personal feeling of the ambience. Then at night (when the daytime experience had become already a reminiscence) they would see the rooftop performances at home with DVD players (as a substitute for the originally conceived binoculars). Once finished, the performance would thus vanish, just as the former ‘rooftops’, once carriers of some beautiful things, had disappeared from the city’s skyline. The audience was witnessing a vanishing ‘performance’, reminiscent of some feelings about the city which are there no more.This was a ‘performance’ completely different from all my previous ones. For me, it meant lots of fun, as I was able to put some of my very abstract concepts into practice. The whole process was indeed very interesting. It was particularly a high moment to see the performers’ installations. Their dedicated efforts to join my testing of romantic abstractions left me astonished. This was to me a truly tangible ‘creation’, in which I was moved by the performers. Therefore, Kan (Pui Ian) and I design again this exhibition, as a retake of the original creation. The story is yet to start and the fun just begins. If every day in our city and life could be an extensible creation, how fantastic it would be!

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Explore Macau, Sinta o Seu Pulsar__Explore Macau, Feel Its PulseMacau in the Eyes of Artists

Explore Macau, Sinta o Seu Pulsar
Macau Visto por Artistas
Explore Macau, Feel Its PulseMacau in the Eyes of Artists
Opening :
下午3:30 8 of March 2008 (Saturday), 15:30隆 重 開 幕,屆 時 有 表 演 助 慶
Exhibition Period :3月8日~ 5月18日2008年 From 8 of March to 18 of May 2008
Abertura --" Elegia no Caminho "Recitation/Song --" Elegy from a pavement "
文本 / Text : Yankwai Wong Intonation: Priscilla Leung Siu-wai Bamboo Flute : Steve Cheung-Chi Guitar :Yankwai Wong Monologue (Cantonese) : Yankwai Wong( Translation )Su-yin Mak

Today’s Macau is no longer the quiet, cozy city it once was, attracting Hong Kong people for weekends of leisure. Macau residents have probably taken for granted the recent fast development pace of the city. Yet, viewing from a different perspective, Hong Kong artists may have their own thoughts, memories and feelings stimulated in a different way. They tried to observe the city’s changes from various angles in a fresh yet interesting manner, which might appeal to locals. On one hand, using professional cameras, they deliberately recorded the trails along Macau’s transition – objective, detached yet poignant. On the other, the rapid development of Macau has also stimulated rare and treasurable childhood reminiscences – the artists revisited their former homes, to retrieve old memories bit by bit. Then, combining their personal memories with the city’s changes, they created works of art. The creation proceedings would constitute a valuable reference for local emerging artists.This exhibition “Explore Macau, Feel its Pulse” – Macau in the Eyes of Artists, will not only showcase the rich harvest of the creative Macau exploration trip by various artists from both Hong Kong and Macau, but also demonstrate their creation processes and the outcome of the concurrent workshop, with the aim of giving proper guidance to the local new generation of creative artists.

Time ‧Space‧ Flow ── International Contemporary Art Exhibition Opening Time

Time ‧Space‧ Flow ── International Contemporary Art Exhibition Opening Time:There are too many unknown facts in this age. 16 different notions of “Time”, “Space”,” Flow” of 16 artists from different cities with different background. In the same space, at the same time, they are going to show 16 interpretations of “Time flowing in space”. Participate Artists :( Taiwan);( Taiwan);( Macao);( Taiwan);( Macao); ( Macao);( Taiwan);(Taiwan);( Taiwan);( Taiwan);(Taiwan);( Hong Kong);Fernando António Pires Madeira (Portugal);Predi Sonderegger ( Switzerland);Keiko Iyama ( Japan);Mae Leong ( Canada) Exhibition Period ―― 15/12/2007—10/02/2008 Location:Ox warehouse Organization: Old Ladies’ House Art Space Sponsor: ICAM; Macao Foundation For request: 28530026 (12:00 ~ 19:00, 逢 Closed on Tuesdays)E -mail: mailto:oxwarehosue@yahoo.comWebsite: 2007-12-07

Children’s Arts Playground 2007 ── My Free Life

Children’s Arts Playground 2007 ── My Free Life

Macau is everyday...... everyday...... changing......developing......and everyone is striving hard for their lives, including children. What is their ideal living environment? Under the theme of "My Free Life", this year's Children's Summer Arts Playground will be composed of children creative exhibition and mini-family theatre. Children's perspectives on life will be expressed through different art media creations; while a mini-family theatre, "Oxware House's storage" will be showcased, unlocking every parent and children's memory storage through human and puppet interactions. Boys and girls, get ready to bring your friends and families to experience your free life at Oxware House!

Opening:26 / 08 / 2007 16:30 Location:Oxwarehouse Organizer:Old Ladies’ House Art Space Sponsor: IACM, Instituto Cultural do Governo da R.A.E. de Macau Co-organized Workshop: Direcção o dos Serviços de Educação e Juventude

Mini-Family Theatre_Ox WareHouse's Storage

Hand in hand, Let's enter this mini theatre that human interacts with puppets. On my count, 1-2-3, GO!Behind ever family story is a understanding storage room. Date:08/09/2007 14:30,16:30,19:3009/09/2007 11:00,14:30,16:30 Location: 2nd Floor Tickets:Oxwarehouse、Pinto Livros (28 330909) Ticket Price:Mop$15.00 Mop$5.00)($5 each for children ages 12 or below)Language:Cantonese
Story Outline:
A neat and tidy storage room is a big present gift for Mom's birthday.Daddy and daughter strives hard to open up the door to clean up the storage room.With too many junk, and too little space, Daddy throws it, daughter keeps it, daughter throws it, Daddy recycles it;Piles and piles of junk, actually hides many family tales and stories….Choreographer:Lou Chong Neng Creation and Performers:Lam Wan Wa、To Kuok Hong、Vong Yuen Teng、Chan On Kei及製作Stage design and production:Kuok Chi Keng、Vong Ngoi Kuok。Children ages between 4-10 and parents are welcome to the show!