As the cradle of university culture and art, the University Arts Centre (UAC) endeavours to enrich the campus community and engage students in interesting, inspirational and in-depth experience of culture and arts through educational programmes and projects. For its enduring commitment to art education and the desire to encourage students to stay enthusiastic in culture and arts, the UAC will lead a diverse range of high-quality projects, including Artist-in-Residence programme, Meeting Intellectuals in the Spring Hills Lecture Series, Lakeside Forum, University Annual Concert and Sparkle Music Festival, Culture & Arts Festival, the University Chorus, the University Orchestra and the University Chinese Orchestra, etc. Also, it is running the venue operation and management of TC101 SPACE Exhibition Hall, the Gravity Field Art Gallery, the TIME SPACE CAPSULE Black Box Theatre as well as the Auditorium and the Concert Hall of the Run Run Shaw International Conference Centre. It has also successfully implemented sixteen non-credit bearing short courses. In late 2022, the University Arts Centre collaborated with Qi Art Museum to establish the first off-campus "Aesthetic Education Base". Starting from 2023, the University Arts Centre has integrated various art resources and provide music, dance, drama, photography and other multidisciplinary art resources to universi[1]ty-related departments and institutions, such as colleges, basic education and Shenzhen Finance Institute, CUHK-Shenzhen, to broaden their artistic vision and enjoy the pleasure of "beauty".

Contact US
Tel: (86) 0755-84273943

Office Hours

8:30-12:00, 13:00-17:30 (Monday to Friday)

Off duty on weekends and public holidays

University Art Centre, 6/F, Conference Complex II, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen.

*The University Art Centre (UAC) was established on January 1, 2019. UAC took the place of the previous University Planning and Coordination Office (UPCO) which was dissolved on the same day.